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CD use copies of migrated recordings.

Original SNR open reels & DAT recordings.

Paper documents associated with SNR.

Transcriptions of recordings.



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Southeast Native Radio Recordings Collection, 1985-2001 | Sealaska Heritage Institute Archives

By Stephanie Brown, Assistant Archivist

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Collection Overview

Title: Southeast Native Radio Recordings Collection, 1985-2001Add to your cart.

ID: MC/014

Primary Creator: Capital Community Broadcasting, Inc. (KTOO)

Other Creators: Southeast Native Radio

Extent: 18.0 Boxes

Arrangement:

These recordings have been arranged into four record groups or Series, primarily reflecting the format or genre of the materials housed.

Series I: CD use copies of migrated recordings.

Series II: Original SNR open reels and DAT recordings.

Series III: Paper documents associated with SNR.

Series IV: Transcriptions of recordings.

Date Acquired: 04/22/2010

Subjects: Tlingit Indians--History.

Languages: English, Tlingit, Haida

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The collection consists of recordings, transcriptions of recordings, some paper documents associated with the KTOO-FM Southeast Native Radio (SNR) program that operated in Juneau, Alaska from 1985 to 2001. While the collection contains of paper documents concerning SNR, but the vast bulk of the collection consists of approximately 400 recordings from the SNR program housed in 17 boxes in CD and reel formats. The recordings are rich in content regarding Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian culture and issues, though additional general Alaska Native issues are well represented in the collection. These recordings contain the words of Alaska Native rights activists, Native elders, Native educators and cultural specialists, and a wide array of other individuals. Overall, the programs produced on SNR serve as a rich source for information on Alaska Native culture and heritage.

These recordings have been arranged into four record groups or Series, primarily reflecting the format or genre of the materials housed.

Series I: CD use copies of migrated recordings.

Series II: Original SNR open reels & DAT recordings.

Series III: Paper documents associated with SNR.

Series IV: Transcriptions of recordings.

Explanation of Series. Series I contains around 163 recordings migrated from open reels to CD format, that are housed in Series II. Not all reels have been migrated to CD format, and work is ongoing. Series II contains approximately 260 open reels and a few DAT recordings. Series III contains paper documents associated with the collection, such as materials and posters generated by KTOO and SNR while in operation. Series IV contains transcriptions of recordings from Series I, and this series is expected to grow as more recordings are transcribed.

In regards to organization of the collection, an item-by-item listing or inventory for the collection has been created, which documents the titles and some content of each SNR show contained in this collection. As mentioned, Series I contains migrated recordings available on CD, which are open to the public for research purposes. The original reels associated with these recordings were disposed of prior to donation. Series II contains open reels, primarily 9 inch reels, and a few DAT recordings. Presently, most recordings in Series II are not available on CD, but future plans to migrate each reel or DAT recording are planned, and the CD versions of the migration process will be added to Series I. Presently SHI staff discourage the use of materials in Series II until they have been properly migrated to CD format, in part because of the fragile nature of the old reel to reel recordings. While plans are in place to have each recording migrated to modern format, if a patron desires to have a CD copy of a specific recording made from Series II, special arrangements can be made. Consult the archivist for further details. In regards to the papers in Series III, these are housed in one folder and consist of letterhead, flyers, and other paperwork lightly documenting the show and its operations.

Subject/Index Terms

Tlingit Indians--History.

Administrative Information

Repository: Sealaska Heritage Institute Archives

Acquisition Source: Capital Community Broadcasting, Inc. (KTOO)

Acquisition Method: The recordings in this collection were donated to SHI by the Capital Community Broadcasting, Inc. (KTOO), represented by station manager Bill Legere, on April 22, 2010. To mark the donation, a ceremony was held and attended by many personalities involved in the production of SNR programs over the years. Sealaska Heritage Institute expresses a thanks to all SNR staff and KTOO-FM, but issues a special thanks to Kathy Ruddy, who was a former SNR staff member and the individual who worked to ensure the recordings were saved after the show concluded in 2001, and who originally contacted SHI about donating the SNR recordings.

Preferred Citation: [Title of recording], [producer], “produced in the studios of KTOO-FM in Juneau,” MC 14, Series # Item #, Southeast Native Radio Recordings Collection, Sealaska Heritage Institute Archives, Juneau, AK


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Item 1: SNR 001 - Audio recording of Ross Soboleff, speaking about Sealaska's Annual Meeting, 11/4/1985. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format CD.

       

Item 2:            SNR002 - Audio recording of Woody Morrison, speaking his traditional Haida upbringing and educational background. 11/25/1985. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 3: SNR 003 - Audio recording of Al Williams speaking on native alcoholism and programs to prevent alcoholism, 12/9/1985. Produced by  Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

       

Item 4:            SNR 004 - Audio recording of Woody Morrison Jr., speaking on Lyall Island Issue, logging in Haida Country. 1/6/1986. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 5: SNR 005 - Audio recording of R.C. Credo, speaking on Indian politics and his career as a lobbyist, 1/20/1986. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 6:            SNR 006 - Audio recording of Nels Anderson, Yupik candidate for Lieutenant governor speaking on native issues such as prison inmates, and contemporary changes in Alaska. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 7: SNR 007 - Audio recording of Karen Martinson, a non-native alcohol educator in Juneau schools, speaking on native vs. non-native sobriety programs. 2/10/1986. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

                                 

Item 8:            SNR 009 - Audio recording of Ron Williams, Tlingit, Grand Camp President of the ANB, speaking about his life. 2/24/1986. Produced by Robert Willard. Format CD.

Item 9:            SNR 010 - Audio recording of Glenda Choate, non-native archivist, speaking on archival principles as they relate to tribal archives. 3/3/1986. Produced by Fred White. Format CD.

       

Item 10:          SNR 011 - Audio recording of Joseph Kahklen, speaking about his life and work with Goldbelt. 3/10/1986. Produced by Amos Wallace. Format CD.

Item 11:          SNR 012 - Audio recording of Carol McQueen, Ellen Hayes, speaking about the upcoming SE Native Women’s conference in Sitka. 3/24/1986. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD. [Open reel format of this recording also housed in Series II]

Item 12:          SNR 013 - Audio recording of Miles Richardson Jr. , President of the Haida Nation speaking on the fight for traditional Haida Country in the Queen Charlottes. 4/7/1986. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 13:          SNR 014 - Audio recording of Tony Strong, Tlingit attorney, speaking about Klukwan artifacts. 4/14/1986. Interviewed by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 14:                      SNR 015 - Audio recording of Louise Barton Dangeli, talking about her dance troupe and her life as a Tsimshian woman. 4/21/1986. Format CD.

Item 15:          SNR 016 - Audio recording of Bill Demmert, Ron Williams, and Maxine Reichert speaking about an upcoming native education conference. 5/5/1986. Format CD.

Item 16:          SNR 017 - Audio recording of Viki Soboleff, Fran Houston, Carolyn Watson-Morrow, paying tribute to their mothers and discussing their roles as mothers. 5/12/1986. Produced by Woody Morrison. Format CD. Content includes; 0:00-1:30 Introductions of Women, Viki Soboleff (Haida), Fran Houston (Tlingit) and Carolyn Watson-Morrow (Tsimshian); 1:30-4:30 Three women discuss traditional role of women today and of their mothers; 5:00-6:30 Three women talk about their dance groups they and their mothers started; 6:30-12:00 Women discuss cultural revitalization through language and dance; 12:00-16:00 What does tradition mean?; 16:00-18:30 Tribute to their mothers.

Item 17:          SNR 018 - Audio recording of Dr. Walter Soboleff speaking about rites of passage. 5/19/1986. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

                                           

Item 18:          SNR 020 - Audio recording of Mary Jones, speaking about the recent SE Native Women’s conference. 6 /2/1986. Format CD.

Item 19:          SNR 021 - Audio recording of David Katzeek, President of the Sealaska Heritage Foundation, speaking about the fundraising efforts for Celebration 1986. 6/30/1986. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 20:          SNR 022 - Audio recording of Nathan Jackson, Master Tlingit carver speaking about the Saxman Totem Pole Raising. 6/23/1986. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 21:          SNR 023 – Audio recording of Bessie Visaya, Tlingit Elder of the Áak’w Ḵwáan, speaking about growing up in Juneau and about Áak’w /Auke history, Also in recording are songs composed by Áak’w clans and performed by Rosa Miller and the Mt. Juno Tlingit Dancers. 7/14/1986. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 22:          SNR 024 - Audio recording of Melba Wallace and Rosa Miller speaking about. 7/7/1986. Produced by Glenda Carino. Format CD.

Item 23:          SNR 025 - Audio recording of Adrien LeCorna, Haida talks about his life and work as Hydaburg City Administrator. Format CD.

Item 24:          SNR 026 - Audio recording of Ernestine Glessing Master Tlingit basket weaver, speaking about the art of learning to weave, the art of teaching, and the Chilkoot Culture Camp. 8/11/1986. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD. Note: This recording has been transcribed. See Series IV.

Item 25:          SNR 027 - Audio recording of Janie Leask, AFN President addressing the 1991 sale of Native stocks and land. 8/25/1986. Interviewed by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 26:          SNR 028 - Audio recording of Ann Keener, master crafts woman, speaking about her life and work. 9/1/1986. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 27:          SNR 029 - Audio recording of Wayne Alex, life-long highliner fisherman from Haines, speaking about fish weir affects, and the changing of the fishing industry. 9/8/1986. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 28:          SNR 030 - Audio recording of Richard Folta, an attorney from Juneau representing Chief Austin Hammond in the case of occupation of a Tlingit smoke house vs. the recent occupation of a non-Native yard. 9/15/1986. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 29:          SNR 031 - Audio recording of Bunny Mercer, Tlingit poet, speaking on what the holiday means to her. 10/13/1986. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 30:          SNR 032 - Audio recording of John Hope, speaking on broadcasting in the 1930s and 1940s, and the first anniversary of SNR 10/20/1986. Format CD.

Item 31:          SNR 033 - Audio recording of Terrance Booth, speaking about his life and issues of concern to the Tsmishian people. 10/27/1986. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 32:          SNR 034 - Audio recording of Martha Fox and the Cape Fox dancers, 12/1/1986. Format CD. [Open reel format of this recording also housed in Series II]

Item 33:          SNR 035 – Audio recording of Bobby Milton Sr. speaking about growing up in Yakutat and his work as a composer of Tlingit songs. Also an introduction by Tsimshian dancers lead by Louise Barton Dangeli  312/8/1986. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 34:          SNR 036 - Audio recording of Doug Modig, speaking on alcohol issues. 12/29/1986. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

       

Item 35:          SNR 037 – Audio recording Ross Soboleff and his wife, Vicky, who are the founders of the Juno Haida Dancers. Continuing along with Haida information; Ethyl Jones, Elder and Advocate, speaking about the Llyal Island controversy, regarding the British Columbia Provincial government's unauthorized logging which continues to date. 1/5/1987. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 36:          SNR 038 - Audio recording of Ray Combs, Special Assistant to the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, speaking about HUD regulations and non-compliance of contractual work, (giving a 3rd world effect). 9/29/1986. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 37:          SNR 039 - Audio recording of Rena Mercurlieff, Aleut, speaking about her life and culture. Program is opened by the Ge' Sun Dancers, of Haines, singing the Raven Love Song. 1/12/1987. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 38:          SNR 040 - Audio recording of Doris Volski, 65-year old Tsimshian/Tlingit talking about her background and work, especially with the Ketchikan Indian Corporation and her work with the national and local Democratic Party.1/19/1987. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 39:          SNR 041- Audio recording Vicky, 14 years old, speaking about native sobriety. Also includes opening by Cape Fox Dancers from Saxman, Alaska with leader/elder Martha Shields singing their entrance song. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. 1/26/1987. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

       

Item 40:          SNR 042 - Audio recording by Rhonda Mann speaking about her experiences with Native Dancing as a youth, and young person living in Southeast Alaska. Opening by Yah Shu Ka' Native Dancers singing the Tlingit Entrance Song. 2/2/1987. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 41:          SNR 045 - Audio recording of Emily Williams, educator at UAJ giving  background information on being Tlingit in the early years of Alaska's Euro-American invasion/assimilation of the Natives second generation. 3/9/1987. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD. Content includes; 0:00-4:00 Early life story including childhood and school at the Wrangell Institute; 4:00-5:30 Going to government school and experience of being told not to speak in Tlingit; 5:30-10:00 Growing up with grandparents and explanation of matrilineal clan organization; 10:00-13:00 Her mother’s story; 13:00-16:00 Her personal history, going to school, working, meeting her husband, experiences with segregation; 16:00-18:00 Experiences with Indian education and teaching Tlingit language and culture; 18:00-21:00 Religious influences on culture, Russian and Tlingit encounters; 21:00-23:00 Segregation and prejudice; 23:00-26:53 Importance of understanding language, language and cultural revitalization.

Item 42:          SNR 046 - Audio recording of Eddie Bach, Sr, a member of the Ute tribe, speaking on the Sun Dance. 2/23/1987. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 43:          SNR 047 - Audio recording of J.B. Mallott, speaking about native spirituality (1of 3). 3/16/1987. Produced by Arlene and Jayne Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 44:          SNR 048 - Audio recording of J.B. Mallott speaking about native spirituality (2 of 3). 3/23/1987. Format CD.

Item 45:          SNR 049 - Audio recording of Fr. Roger Whorton, speaking about native spirituality, (3 of 3). 3/30/1987. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 46:          SNR 050 - Audio recording of Chief Denny Sr. with an opening by the Yun Sho' ka Native dancers. Songs include: Wrangell Entrance, Tsimshian Song, and Hoonah Exit Song. 4/6/1987. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 47:          SNR 051 - Audio recording of Paul Tiulana, leader of the King Island Dancers speaking on traditional social structure, sovereignty, and education. 4/27/1987.  Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 48:          SNR 052 - Audio recording of Vesta and Wally Johnson speaking on growing up Haida, working as educators and teaching their heritage to the Juno Haida dancers. Their spirituality is the emphasis. 5/11/1987. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 49:          SNR 053 - Audio recording on Warren Sheakly, and Joseph Bruchac speaking about Memorial Day and life as contemporary Indians, opening by Cape Fox Dancers. 5/25/1987 Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 50:          SNR 054 - 1987 Audio recording of Theresa Bearcub Swan speaking about the 1987 Women’s conference in Ketchikan. 5/18/1987 Produced by  Laurie Hill. Format CD.

       

Item 51:          SNR 055 - Audio recording of Agnes Bellinger, speaking about the Eagle Raven dancers, 6/15/1987. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format CD. Note: This recording has been transcribed. See Series IV.

Item 52:          SNR 056 - Audio recording of Joseph Bruchac, and Nora Dauenhauer, native writers, speaking about their work. 6/1/1987. Produced by  Arlene Dangeli. Format CD. [Open reel format of this recording also housed in Series II].

Item  53:          SNR 057 – Audio recording of  David Boxley talking about his art, recorded at the opening ceremony for Metlakatla 100 Year Celebration in May 1987.  7/20/1987. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

                   

Item 54:          SNR 058 - Audio recording of Peter Strikes with a gun, speaking about his life and his struggle with sobriety. 7/13/1987. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 55:          SNR 059 - Audio recording of Walter Austin, Tlingit organizer, educator, elder sharing shares his experience, strength, and hope of his culture, sobriety, and his learning process as he experienced as a young person, and as he serves as an elder. 8/10/1987. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD. Content includes; 0:00-4:00 Life and work in Alaska after the war; 4:00-5:00 Struggles with alcoholism and treatment; 5:00-9:00 Learning Tlingit language and culture and recovery; 9:00-15:00 Traditional knowledge and healing and their role in treatment of alcoholism; 15:00-19:00 Role of elders in education and preservation of culture as well as treatment of alcoholism; 19:00-23:00 State of the world has changed and the role of Tlingit culture in this new world, also tells about a divine prophecy and efforts to become pure like ancestors, talks about the Great Spirit and its symbol as a circle; 23:00-end Treatment and cure of disease comes from culture, Traditions is all that Tlingits have.

                   

Item 56:          SNR 060 - Audio recording of Jake Lestenkoff, Aleut, BIA Area Director speaking about growing up Aleut, attending boarding school, work in the Southeast, and the reorganization of the BIA. 7/28/1986. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD. Content includes; 0:00-2:00 Chilkoot Dancers singing Entrance Song; 2:30-5:00 Growing up Aleut in St. George; 5:00-8:00 School at Wrangell Institute and Mt. Edgecumbe, military service and family; 8:00-11:30 Work for AFN and Cook Inlet Native Association; 11:40-15:00 Changes in BIA in last five years, transfer of school system from BIA to State of Alaska; 15:00-17:00 Gramm-Rudman Act and its effect on government spending in Alaska; 17:00-21:00 BIA programs and funding and role of AK natives to be vocal to Congress; 21:00-23:00 Self-Determination Act of 1975 and its effect on BIA in Alaska with tribal organization; 23:00-27:00 Need for change in BIA after the Self-Determination act after 1975; 27:00-33:00 Contemporary changes in BIA reorganization, becoming a smaller bureaucracy to better serve tribal organizations; 33:00-36:00 Questions and answers about contemporary public rumors and fears about BIA changes; 36:00-39:00 Lestenkoff’s idea for the future role of BIA in Alaska.

Item 57:          SNR 061 - Audio recording of Flo Ellers, talks about her life and her Christian beliefs.  8/24/1987. Produced by  Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 58:          SNR 062 - Audio recording of Emmett White, Ute Chief, Pima from Arizona, speaking about his life, and a tribute to Robert Martin Sr. 8/31/1987. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 59:          SNR 063 - Audio recording of Bunny Mercer, Tlingit Poet, speaking about her writings, entrance music by the Eagle Raven dancers. 8/31/1987. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 60:          SNR 064 - Audio recording of Walter Austin, speaking on native sobriety and alcohol prevention, part 2. 9/14/1987. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 61:          SNR 065 - Audio recording of Austin Hammond, founder of Chilkoot Culture Camp, speaking on the honor of animals and fish and the differences of Native and non-Native gathering. 9/21/1987. Produced by  Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 62:          SNR 066 - Audio recording of Reggie Dangeli, speaking about his life growing up as an Alaska native and his special identity.  9/28/1987. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Originally aired in October 1985. Format CD.

Item 63:          SNR 067 - Audio recording of Richard and Nora Marks-Davenhauer speaking about their upcoming publication of Tlingit writing and heritage of SE Alaska Tlingits according to their research. 10/5/1987. Produced by  Kathy Ruddy. Format CD.

Item 64:          SNR 068 - Audio recording of Gertie Johnson, speaking about her life and the history of Metlakatla.10/12/1987. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 65:          SNR 069 - Audio recording of Father John Haskell, speaking about his life as a Catholic priest and traditional medicine man. 10/19/1987. Produced by  Glenda Carnio. Format CD.

Item 66:          SNR 070 - Audio recording of Ricardo Worl, speaking about his work, especially with Alaska Native magazine. Opening by the Chilcoot Culture Camp Dancers. 11/30/1987. Produced by Jayne Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 67:          SNR 071 - Audio recording of Shirley Turner, speaking about archaeological digs in SE Alaska. 12/7/1987. Produced by  Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 68:          SNR 072 - Audio recording of Ester Clark, speaking about her life as a Tlingit and being raised in the Russian Orthodox chruch. 12/14/1987. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 69:          SNR 073 - Audio recording of Kevin Frank, speaking about his life as a Haida and the cultural impact of native sovereignty and unity. 12/21/1987. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 70:          SNR 074 - Audio recording of Sam Matthews, speaking about his life as a Christian pastor. 12/28/1987. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 71:          SNR 075 - Audio recording of Louise Barton Dangeli. 12/28/1987. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 72:          SNR 076 - Audio recording of Dr. Ida Halpern and Mrs. Florence Davidson, speaking about, their work in academia and their musical backgrounds. 1/11/1988.  Produced by  Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 73:          SNR 077 - Audio recording of LaBertha Eshould, speaking about her experiences going out fishing, an activity that many Native Alaskan women do not take part in.  1/18/1988. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

                   

Item 74:          SNR 079 - Audio recording of Randy Adams, Artist, carver, educator, speaking about the Native Veteran ceremony at Prince George, B.C. , and issues facing native war veterans. 5/2/1988. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 75:          SNR 080 – Audio recording of Dr. Pam Colorado, speaking about spirit camps. 5/16/1988. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 76            SNR 081 – Audio recording of  Paul Jackson Sr. speaking on his life in Yakutat and his traditional Tlingit upbringing and Celebration ‘88. 5/23/1988. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 77:          SNR 082 - Audio recording of  Ester Clark, taped speech from the Cross-Cultural Communications Workshop. Undated. Format CD.

       

Item 78:          SNR 083 - Audio recording of Valerie Davidson, speaking about her life as a Yupik eskimo. 6/6/1988. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.         

SNR 084 available on 9 inch reel, housed in Series II

Item 79:          SNR 085 - Audio recording of George Dalton Sr. and Steve Brown, speaking on canoe building and the history of that activity among their people. Part 2 of 2. 6/20/1988. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

                   

Item 80:          SNR 086 - Audio recording of Richard Dalton, speaking about canoe building in Hoonah.  Undated. Produced by Arlene Dangeli and Barbara Wish. Format CD.

Item 81:          SNR 087 – Audio recording of Carol McQueen Jorgenson, speaking on cross cultural communications and honoring native culture. 6/27/1988. Format CD.

                   

Item 82:          SNR 088 – Audio recording of Terry Pegues, speaking about his work with the Governor’s Office of Equal Employment Opportunity, at the Cross-Cultural Communications Workshop. 6/27/1988. Format CD.

Item 83:          SNR 089 - Audio recording of Gary Waid, speaking on Naa Kahidi Theater, this year's Native Theater. 7/11/1988. Produced by  Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 84:          SNR 090 - Audio recording of Jan Garcia, Ellen Hayes, and Mary Jones speaking about the upcoming SE Native Women’s Conference and its history. 9/12/1988. Produced by Joaquin Estus. Format CD.

                   

Item 85:          SNR 092 - Audio recording of Sargent-Stitt Band, taped at the Alaska Native brotherhood Hall in September 1988. 10/3/1988. Format CD.

Item 86:          SNR 093 - Audio recording of Liv Gery, mayor of Hoonah, about her time in office. 10/10/1988. Format CD.

Item 87:          SNR 094 - Audio recording of  Ethel Lund, Ralph Strong, and Richard Stitt candidates for Sealaska board, stating the case for their election 10/17/1988.  Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format CD.

Item 88:          SNR 095- Audio recording of John Hope, Al Widmore, candidates for Sealaska board, as well as Byron Moat, CEO of the Sealaska Corporation. 10/24/1988. Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format CD.

Item 89:          SNR 096 - Audio recording of Ron Williams and Bob Willard, speaking about subsistence issues. 11/14/1988. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format CD.

Item 90:          SNR 097- Audio recording of Alex James speaking about the Yakutat fishing lawsuit filed in the 1970s. 11/21/1988. Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format CD.

Item 91:          SNR 098 - Audio recording of Connie Belay and Phil Whitehop, “Inspirata Americana” talking about their career. 12/5/1988. Format CD.

Item 92:          SNR 099 - Audio recording of Victoria Demmert, Lee Kloon, and Jerry Schellenberger speaking about the “National Exemplary School” award given to the Yakutat Elementary School. Format CD.

Item 93:          SNR 101 – Audio recording of Dr. Alfred Widmark, earlier interview (Jul. 1988) rebroadcast in tribute following his death on 1/10/89. 1/16/1989. Format CD.

Item 94:          SNR 102 - Audio recording of Herb Hope, speaking on the interaction of Tlingits and Russians in the 18th and 19th Centuries. 1/23/1989. Produced by Andy Hope. Format CD.

Item 95:          SNR 103 - Audio recording of Ernestine Hanlon, speaking about her life. 1/30/1989.  Produced by Cy Peck Jr., Jr. Format CD. Content includes; 0:00-2:30 Ernestine Hanlon, Tlingit Raven/Dog Salmon clan from Hoonah life and history; 2:30-4:00 Desire to learn basket weaving and Chilkat blanket weaving; 4:00-9:00 Explanation of basket weaving preparation and process; 9:00-11:30 uses and various ways of making baskets; 11:30-25:51 Chilkat blankets, history, Jennie Thlunaut, mountain goat hunting and wool gathering, different dyes, designs, twine, blanket preparation, process and philosophy.

       

Item 96:          SNR 104 - Audio recording of Renalda Cadiente, Joann Riley, and George Gonet speaking about the Native education program in the Juneau school district. 2/6/1989. Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format CD.

Item 97:          SNR 105 - Audio recording of discussion of Klukwan art film. 2/20/1989. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format CD.

                   

Item 98:          SNR 106 - Audio recording of Gordon Phyllar speaking about the Kodiak Native Corporation. 2/27/1989. Produced by Andy Hope. Format CD

Item 99:          SNR 107 - Audio recording of State Representative Peter Goll speaking about subsistence issues. 3/6/1989. Produced by Andy Hope. Format CD

Item 100:        SNR 108 - Audio recording of Tommy, Jimmy, Jr., Paulina Phillips and Lee Anderson speaking about their heritage. 3/13/1989. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 101:        SNR 109 - Audio recording of Leo Houston talking about the history of the Gold Medal basketball tournament. 3/20/1989. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Jr. Format CD.

Item 102:        SNR 110 - Audio recording of Walter Porter speaking about his upbringing  in Yakutat and work  with Isatech. 4/3/1989. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

Item 103:        SNR 111- Audio recording of Joe Hotch and Dietre Marcielle,

            speaking about the Klukwan Bald Eagle Observatory and Cultural Heritage Center. 4/10/1989. Produced by Andy Hope. Format CD.

Item 104:        SNR 112 - Audio recording of Annie Roberts, speaking about her experience as a survivor of the sinking of the boat Princeton. 4/17/1989. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format CD.

Item 105:        SNR 113 - Audio recording of Gov. Bill Sheffield, speaking on native tribal government, and other related issues. 8/4/1986. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format CD.

                   

Item 106:        SNR 114 - Audio recording of Roy Perareovich Sr., speaking about his life and career advocating for numerous native interests. 5/9/1988. Produced by Vern Metcalf. Format CD.

Item 107:        SNR 115 - Audio recording of Mitch de Mentoff, speaking on a native chiefs association, relating to tribes in the Alaskan interior. 6/5/1989. Produced by Andy Hope. Format CD.

Item 108:        SNR 116 - Audio recording of Wally Olsen, Professor of History and Anthropology at UAS, speaking on Native culture preservation 10/2/1989. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Jr. Format CD.

Item 109:        SNR  117 - Audio recording of  Nora Dauenhauer, Ethel Lund and Rob Bosworth speaking on the importance of subsistence through changing times 1 of 2. 10/9/1989. Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format CD.

Item 110:        SNR 118 - Audio recording of Nora Dauenhauer, Ethel Lund and Rob Bosworth speaking on the importance of subsistence through changing times. 2 of 2. 10/16/1989. Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format CD.

Item 111:        SNR 119 - Audio recording of lawyer Fred Paul speaking on the history of the Alaskan Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA), and the struggle for native civil rights.  Produced by Andy Hope. Part 1 of 3.  9/18/1989. Format CD.

Item 112:        SNR 120 - Audio recording of lawyer Fred Paul speaking about the history of the Alaskan Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA), and the struggle for native civil rights. Part 2 of 3. 9/25/1989. Produced by Andy Hope . Format CD.

Item 113:        SNR 236 - Audio recording of John Hope speaking about the history of the Alaska Native Brotherhood.  3/1988. Produced by Summer Macleish and Vern Metcalf. Format CD.

Item 114:        SNR 237 - Audio recording of Ethel Lund speaking about the history of the Alaska Native Brotherhood.  3/1988. Produced by Summer Macleish and Vern Metcalf. Format CD.

Item 115:        SNR 238 - Audio recording of Dr. Walter Soboleff, speaking about the history of the Alaska Native Brotherhood.  3/1988. Produced by Summer Macleish and Vern Metcalf. Format CD.

Item 116:        SNR 239 - Audio recording of Richard Stitt speaking about the history of the Alaska Native Brotherhood. 3/1988. Produced by Summer Macleish and Vern Metcalf. Format CD.

Item 117:        SNR 240 - Audio recording of Judson Brown speaking about the history of the Alaska Native Brotherhood. 3/1988. Produced by Summer Macleish and Vern Metcalf. Format CD.

Item 118:        SNR 241 - Audio recording of Judson Brown and Ester Littlefield speaking about the history of the Alaska Native Brotherhood. 4/1988. Produced by Summer Macleish and Vern Metcalf. Format CD.

Item 119:        SNR 242 - Audio recording of Frank Williams and George Lewis speaking about the history of the Alaska Native Brotherhood. 4/1988. Produced by Summer Macleish and Vern Metcalf. Format CD.

Item 120:        SNR 243 - Audio recording of Gilbert Truitt and Dewy and Regina Skan speaking about the history of the Alaska Native Brotherhood. 4/1988. Produced by Summer Macleish and Vern Metcalf. Format CD.

Item 121:        SNR 244 - Audio recording of Thomas Jackson and Vesta Johnson speaking about the history of the Alaska Native Brotherhood. 5/1988. Produced by Summer Macleish and Vern Metcalf. Format CD.

Item 122:        SNR 245 - Audio recording of Dr. Robert Congo speaking about the history of the Alaska Native Brotherhood. 5/1988. Produced by Summer Macleish and Vern Metcalf. Format CD.

Item 123:        SNR 246 - Audio recording of Ron Williams speaking about the history of the Alaska Native Brotherhood. 5/1988. Produced by Summer Macleish and Vern Metcalf. Format CD.

Item 124:        SNR 247 - Audio recording of Dave Katzeek speaking about the history of the Alaska Native Brotherhood. 5/1988. Produced by Summer Macleish and Vern Metcalf. Format CD.

Item 125:        SNR 248 - Audio recording of Cyril George speaking about the history of the Alaska Native Brotherhood.  5/1988. Produced by Summer Macleish and Vern Metcalf. Format CD.

Item 126:        SNR 271 - Audio recording of Harold Jacobs speaking about Tlingit ceremonial objects and artifacts in museums. 12/14/1992. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format CD. Three copies

Item 127:        SNR 274 - Audio recording of Nora Dauenhauer discussing her new book, "Haa Tuwanaahgu Yis," "Healing our Spirits," and Tlingit oratory. 1/11/1993. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format CD. Three copies

Item 128:        SNR 275 - Audio recording of Della Cheney, speaking about Native traditions and parenting. 1/18/1993. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format CD. Three copies

Item 129:        SNR 277 - Audio recording of  Sally Kookesh and Delores Cadiente speaking about the 6th SE Alaska Native Women's conference April 1-3 in Juneau. 3/8/1993. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format CD. Three copies

Item 130:        SNR 279 - Audio recording of testimony regarding Klukwan Artifacts        (trial testimony). 3/29/1993. Produced by Anne Sutton.  Format CD. Three copies.

Item 131:        SNR 284 - Audio recording of Ron Gleason, Juneau-Douglas High School Principal, speaking about how to recognize the signs of drug and alcohol use in teens. 6/7/1993. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format CD. Three copies

Item 132:        SNR 288 - Audio recording of Ben Cornell, speaking about his experiences as a Juneau police department sergeant.10/25/1993. Produced by Kim Helmar and Cy Peck Jr. Format CD. Three copies

Item 133:        SNR 289 - Audio recording of Agnes Bellinger speaking about her uncle and brother in law, Austin Hammond, his contributions to cultural and language preservation, and how he shaped the lives of Bellinger and others, 11/15/1993.  Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format CD. Three copies. Note: This recording has been transcribed. See Series IV.

Item 134:        SNR 292 - Audio recording of author Bert Adams Sr., discussing his book of short stories and essays, "This is Yakutat." 12/16/1993. Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format CD. Three copies

Item135:        SNR 293 - Audio recording of Judy George, speaking about her life in Juneau, moving to Angoon, and her involvement with the IRA and Kootznoowoo. 12/13/1993. Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format CD. Three copies

Item 136:        SNR 295 - Audio recording of Stella Martin, speaking about her life in S.E. Alaska as tribal judge and work with the Alaska Native Sisterhood. 12/27/1994. Produced by Kim Metcalf and Cy Peck Jr. Format CD. Three copies.

Item 137:        SNR 302 - Audio recording of Herb Didrickson and Gil Truitt, speaking about the Juneau Lion’s Club Gold medal basketball tournament.  2/28/1994. Produced by Kim Metcalf Helmar. Format CD. Three copies.

Item 138:        SNR 304 - Audio recording of Paul Jackson speaking about the late Austin Hammond. 3/14/1994. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format CD. Three copies.

Item 139:        SNR 329 - Audio recording of Selina Peratrovich, speaking about Haida basket weaving. 9/17/1977. Format CD. Three copies. Note: this recording has been transcribed, see Series IV.

Item 140:        Audio recording of Tommy Jimmie and Paul Jackson speaking about growing up in Juneau in the 1950s, and playing with the Tlingit Jazz group “Offbeat 5.” 11/7/1988. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format CD. Audio recording of Bob Martin, chair of Goldbelt, Inc., speaking about his work with the company, its future, and his work in radio. 3/7/1996. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format CD.

Item 141:        Audio recording of John Hope speaking about his involvement on the Sitka ANB basketball team and the Gold Medal Tournament. Two Part interview. 3/23/1998. Produced by Kim Metcalf Helmar. Format CD. Two copies.

Item 142:        Audio recording of Fred Paul speaking about his involvement in the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act. 6/18/1990. Format CD, two copies.

Item 143:        SNR 188 - Audio recording of Frederica de Laguna speaking about her scholarly work with the Tlingit people and her recent edited volume on George Emmons’ work on the Tlingit. 9/23/1991. Produced by Andy Hope and Kathy Ruddy. Format CD, one copy, 35:35 minutes. [Migrated from Item 61, Series II]

Item 144:        SNR 159 - Audio recording of Walter Soboleff, speaking about the importance of tribal regalia. 9/7/1992. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format CD, one copy, 27:42 minutes. [Migrated from Item 44, Series 2] Note: This recording has been transcribed, see Series IV.

Item 145:        Audio recording of Albert Kookesh speaking about his involvement with the state legislature, AFN, Alaska Native Brotherhood, and Sealaska Corporation. 3/14/1997. Produced by Cy Peck Jr., interviewed by Kim Metcalfe. Format CD, one copy, open reel, 29:40 minutes. [Migrated from Item 174, Series 2]

Item 146:        Audio recording of Walter Soboleff speaking about Tlingit traditions, speech making, and keeping traditions alive. 11/20/1986. Produced by Glenda Carino. Format CD, one copy, 4:28 minutes. [Migrated from Item 202, Series 2]

Item 147:        Audio recording of Mary Guthrie, then Grant President of the Alaska Native Sisterhood (ANS) and from Klawock, speaking about her involvement and leadership in ANS and the issues facing ANS. 4/2/1993. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format CD, one copy, 26:37 minutes. [Migrated from Item 208, Series 2]

Item 148:        Audio recording of Richard Stitt, then Grand President of ANB and other speakers discussing the 1997 Salmon Derby boycott by ANB at a Juneau subsistence conference.  7/17/1997. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format CD, one copy, 28:46 minutes. [Migrated from Item 209, Series 2]

Item 149:        Audio recording of Amos Wallace speaking about the history of Juneau ANB camps, interviewed by Andy Hope. 5/11/1989. Format CD, one copy, 33:08 minutes. [Migrated from Item 219, Series 2]

Item 150:        SNR 220-Audio recording of Richard Dalton, Sr. speaking about Tlingit culture, including subsistence, and the history of segregated schools in Southeast Alaska, and the history of the ANB. 2/13/1995, produced by Joaqlin Estus and Kathy Ruddy. Format CD, one copy, 29:18 minutes. [Migrated from Series 2, SNR 220] Content includes; 0:00-2:30 Richard Dalton’s personal history including how he got his name; 2:30-5:30 Describes organization of clan and role of clan leader; 5:30-7:00 Tells story in Tlingit of lessons from grandfather, teaching by lecture and stories by the campfire and the difficulty of translating Tlingit culture and values into English; 7:00-10:30 Fire at Hoonah destroyed regalia and how they created replicas and survival of culture; 10:30-13:30 Lessons from grandfather about cultural preservation; 13:30-14:00 Contemporary problems of conflict with national parks; 14:00-15:00 Survival of Tlingit language and ways in non-native world; 15:00-16:30 History of education of Alaska Native, including Alaska Native Service School and territorial schools; 16:30-18:30 Hoonah organization of tribal government and ANB; 18:30-20:00 Segregation of school and other aspects of public life; 20:00-23:00 His own experiences in school and being punished for speaking Tlingit in school, wanting to leave, but grandparents made him stay to “learn the white man’s ways”; 23:00-23:30 ANB Convention; 23:30-24:00 Missionary encounters with culture; 24:00-26:00 History of Glacier Bay; 26:00-27:30 Hoonah Traditional Council and importance of cultural preservation and subsistence rights; 27:30-29:18 Speaks in Tlingit of a story from his uncle about preserving culture.

Item 151:        SNR 276 - Audio recording of Sascha Soboleff and Leo Houston speaking about the history of the gold medal basketball tournament, 3/4/1993. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format CD, one copy, 29 minutes. [Migrated from Series 2, SNR 276]

Item 152:        SNR 300 - Audio recording of Connie Paddock speaking about her life and times, her education and work for the Alaska State Legislature, 2/14/1994. Produced by Kim Metcalf Helmar. Format CD, one copy, 29:16 minutes. [Migrated from Series 2, SNR 300. SHI contains the papers of Connie Paddock, see Mss 21.]

Item 153:        Audio recording of Albert Kookesh and Reggie Jewel speaking about their life growing up in Juneau and what it is like to be an Alaska State Legislator, 2/5/1998. Produced by Cy Peck Jr., interviewed by Kim Metcalf Helmar. Format CD, one copy, 29:21 minutes. [Migrated from Series 2, Item 144.]

Item 154:        SNR 121 - Audio recording of lawyer Fred Paul speaking about the history of the Alaskan Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA), and the struggle for native civil rights. Part 3 of 3. 11/6/1989. Produced by Andy Hope. Format CD, one copy, 29:41 minutes. [Migrated from Series 2, SNR 121.]

Item 155:        SNR 122 - Audio recording of Ethel Lund, Raven of Kiks.ádi of Wrangell and President of SEARC, interview about her role as president of SEARC, dated 11/13/1989. Format CD, one copy, 28:50 minutes. [Migrated from Series 2, SNR 122.]

Item 156:        SNR 123 - Audio recording of some speeches from a Subsistence Summit organized by CCTHIA and Sealaska Corporation, included speakers include Ann Lowe, Chris McNeil, and Bob Loesher, produced by Joaqlin Estus, dated 11/20/1989. Format CD, one copy, minutes. [Migrated from Series 2, SNR 123.]

Item 157:        SNR 124 - Audio recording connected to a totem pole raising at Ketchikan in Oct. 1989, which includes interviews with leaders, potlatch speeches, etc., produced by Gerry Hope, dated 11/27/1989. Format CD, one copy, 28:25 minutes. [Migrated from Series 2, SNR 124.]

Item 158:        SNR 125 - Audio recording of Phil Moreno, Sitka author speaking about Native health issues, produced by Arlene Dangeli, dated 5/1/1989. Format CD, one copy, 20:17 minutes. [Migrated from Series 2, SNR 125.]

Item 159:        SNR 126 - Audio recording of Sam Kito, Tlingit and lobbyist for AFN and Sealaska Corporation, speaking about sovereignty and subsistence, produced by Arlene Dangeli, dated 5/29/1989. Format CD, one copy, 26:25 minutes. [Migrated from Series 2, SNR 126.]

Item 160:        SNR 128 - Audio recording of Fr. Michael Williams speaking about sobriety, produced by Kathy Ruddy, dated 12/11/1989. Format CD, one copy, 28:33 minutes. [Migrated from Series 2, SNR 128.]

Item 161:        SNR 129 - Audio recording on the history of the Princeton Hall Mission Boat, interview with owner Kathy Ruddy, produced by Cy Peck Jr., dated 12/18/1989. Format CD, one copy, 30:01 minutes. [Migrated from Series 2, SNR 129.]

Item 162:        SNR 130 - Audio recording of Sue Sergeant (of Kake) and Selina Everson (of Angoon) speaking about the Alaska Native Sisterhood and its activities, interview by Cy Peck Jr., dated 1/1/1990. Format CD, one copy, 21:06 minutes. [Migrated from Series 2, SNR 130.]

Item 163:        SNR 100 – Audio recording on the subject of Elizabeth Peratrovich Day and about Elizabeth Peratrovich, with information by Dorothy Webster McKinley of Angoon (born in Juneau), narrated by Cy Peck Jr., Format CD, one copy, 27:41 minutes. [Migrated from Series 2, SNR 100.]

Item 164:        SNR 157 – Audio recording of Tlingit elder Bessie Visaya speaking about Auk’w Kwáan history and her life, recorded 11/12/1990, then re-broadcasted at the time of her death. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Migrated from cassette [Item 233 of Box 3] in 2013. Format: CD.

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