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      2013.
      Since 2004, the Alaska College Track Series has followed several rural Alaska Native students on their path toward graduation. This installment f
      [videorecording]
      Hayes, Ernestine,
      c2012.
      This address, delivered by Hayes at venues such as the 2012 Association for the Study of Literature and Environmental Conference, and the interna
      [videorecording]
      c2012.
      This film follows individual food harvesters in Haida Gwaii (formerly known as the Queen Charlottes) as they gather and prepare for the winter. T
      [videorecording]
      c2011.
      [60 minute version]
      The DVD is a documentary about a young and quirky Tlingit businessman-Cory Mann-hustling to make a dollar in Juneau, Alaska. Hungry for smoked sa
      [videorecording]
      Galanin, Nicholas,
      c2011.
      Nicholas Galanin strikes an intriguing balance between his Southeast Alaska Native origins and the course of his practice. Having trained extensi
      [videorecording]
      [2011].
      [80 minute version]
      "Smokin' Fish" is a documentary about a young and quirky Tlingit businessman-Cory Mann-hustling to make a dollar in Juneau, Alaska. Hungry for sm
      [videorecording]
      c2011.
      This DVD "looks back at life in the Alaska Native Village of Chenega, 1944-1948. The DVD is filled with photos, schoolchildren's diary entries, l
      [videorecording] :
      c2010.
      "In 2007 a company of mostly Yup'ik soliders from the 2nd Scout Battalion of Alaska's Army National Guard were ordered on their first ever active
      [videorecording]
      [2010]
      Hooper Bay or Naparyarmiut is the largest native Yupik viilage in southwestern Alaska. With the majority of the village's 1023 inhabitants under
      [videorecording] :
      [200-?]
      This four-part program reveals aspects of traditional Yup'ik life. Originally produced in Yupik and presented as part of the Lower Kuskokwim Scho
      [videorecording]
      [200-?]
      A series of three 20-minute videos exploring various aspects of the archaeology of Yupik Eskimo sites throughout southwest Alaska.
      [videorecording]
      2009.
      Panelists talk about media in Alaska. Alaska's disparity between population and size create unique challenges for outreach. The largest state in
      [videorecording] :