This collection contains twelve cassette recordings of Nora Marks Dauenhauer (formerly Nora Marks Florendo) teaching Tlingit language in a classroom setting between 1969 and 1971 at Alaska Methodist University (now Alaska Pacific University). This collection documents Nora, one of the longest active teachers of Tlingit language in the era of Self Determination, teaching language early in her academic career.
The recordings, captured on cassette, contain labels about the contents of the recordings. Some of the recordings contain sound and pronunciation drills, vowel usage, case, spelling, and other. The label on one recording states it contains the “Killer Whale House story” and “Strong man” story.