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The 100 anniversary commemoration of the bombardment and burning of Angoon, October 26, 1882.
This address, delivered by Hayes at venues such as the 2012 Association for the Study of Literature and Environmental Conference, and the interna
Relates the work of the Alaska Territorial Guard during World War II, including the participation of the native Eskimo population. Includes inter
Eskimo dancing performed by dance companies from many Yukon Kuskokwim villages.
A few of the remaining Haida elders from Kasaan, Alaska offer some of the surviving sounds of their endangered language.
This legend tells how Naatsilanei, a great hunter and carver, creates the killer whales by carving them from wood as part of a plan to get reveng
Features Hannah Davis, a student at Harborview Elementary School in Juneau, telling the story, "Fox Becomes a Better Person."
Shows how communities and school districts are implementing Alaska Native science camps throughout rural Alaska.
" ... a celebration of Tlingit culture and history ... the untold story of a proud, never conquered native Alaska tribe"--Container.