Scope and Contents: This collection consists primarily of Tlingit language recordings that host an array of content. These recordings were donated to the Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) in partnership with the Alaska State Library’s Historical Collections Department, which holds the originals, so SHI could obtain a copy and document the contents of these Tlingit language recordings. The Tlingit language recordings were reviewed by a fluent speaker of the Tlingit language, then this fluent speaker provided SHI with written feedback about the recording’s general content (not a translation). This work occurred via a 2011-2013 IMLS Enhancement Grant Project entitled Libraries & Archives as Language Learning Centers, which sought to document Native language recordings content. The recordings reviewed in this collection were reviewed by David Katzeek (Kingeistí) of the Shangukeidí clan of Klukwan, his notes have been added to each folder accompanying the original recording.