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Southeast Native Radio Recordings Collection

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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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Series 2: Original SNR open reels & DAT recordings.Add to your cart.
Box 1: Items 1-4Add to your cart.

Item 1:            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 open reel, 7 inch. [CD format of this recording also available in Series I]

Item 2:            SNR 034 - Audio recording of Martha Fox and the Cape Fox dancers, 12/1/1986. Format open reel, 7 inch.    [CD format of this recording also housed in Series [CD format of this recording also housed in Series I]

Item 3: SNR 127 - Audio recording of Bob Price Speaking about native fisheries.    12/4/1989. Produced by Andy Hope. Format open reel, 7 inch.

Item 4: SNR 137 - Audio recording of Emma Williams. 3/12/1990. Produced by Gerry Hope. Format open reel, 7 inch.

Box 2: Items 5-14Add to your cart.

Item 5:            SNR 056-Audio recording of Joseph Bruchac, and Nora Dauenhauer, native writers, speaking about their work. 6/1/1987. Produced by  Arlene Dangeli. Format open reel, 9 inch. [CD Format of this recording also housed in Series I]

Item 6:              SNR 084 -Audio recording of George Dalton Sr. 5/1988. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 7:            SNR 131- Audio recording of Bob Loesher speaking about subsistence issues. Produced by Andy Hope.  1/8/1990. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 8: SNR 132- Audio recording of Tony Strong. 1/22/1990 Produced by Joaqlin Estus.  Format open reel, 9 inch

Item 9: SNR 133- Audio recording of Cecilia Kuntz. 2/1/1990. Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format open real, 9 inch.

Item 10:          SNR 134- Audio recording of Carl Miller, Klukwan Two. 1/27/1990. Produced by Kathy Ruddy and Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 11:          SNR 135- Audio recording of Joaqlin Estus speaking with  a GED student. 2/19/1990. Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 12:          SNR 136-Audio recording of Ed Warren, speaking about the Klukwan Heritage Foundation. 6/4/1990. Format open reel, 9 inch

Item 13:          SNR 138- Audio recording of  Jan Hill, speaking about the Klukwan Heritage Foundation. 3/5/1990. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 14:          SNR 139- Phoebe and Richard Warren speaking about the Klukwan Heritage Foundation. 3/19/1990. Produced by Kathy Ruddy and Cy Peck Jr.. Format open to reel, 9 inch.

Box 3: Items 15-33Add to your cart.

Item 15:          SNR 140 - Audio recording of Hudson and Sykes speaking about Chilkat weaving. 3/18/1990. Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 16:          SNR 141 - Audio recording of “dinner with Daniel Johnson.” 4/2/1990. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 17:          SNR  142 -Audio recording of Gil Truitt. 4/16/1990. Produced by Andy Hope.  Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 18:          SNR 143 - Audio recording of Paul Marks, speaking about celebration ’90.  5/14/1990. Produced by Cy Peck Jr., Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 19:          SNR 144- Audio recording of Serge Kan. 10/1/1990. Produced by Andy Hope.  Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 20:          SNR 145 - Audio recording of Arnie Dalton. Undated, rebroadcast 8/28/2000. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 21:          SNR 146 - Audio recording of  Niles Ceasar, BIA director. 10/15/1990. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 22:          SNR 147 - Audio recording of Carl Heinmiller, #2. 5/28/1990. Produced by Cy Peck Jr., Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 23:          SNR 148 - Audio recording of Ron Williams, speaking on employment discrimination and prejudice. 8/20/1990. Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 24:          SNR 149 - Audio recording of Joe Wilson and Carl Nelson of Gold Belt. 10/8/1990. Produced by Cy Peck Jr., Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 25:          SNR150 - Audio recording of Sealaska Board candidates speaking about their run for office. 9/24/1990. Produced by Andy Hope.  Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 26:          SNR 151 - Audio recording of Billy Mills, speaking about the gold medal basketball tournament. 2/23/1989. Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 27:          SNR 152- Audio recording of Steve Hendrickson, Curator of the Alaska State Museum speaking about a 700 year old fish trap found at Montana Creek. 11/21/1991. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch .

Item 28:          SNR 153- Audio recording of discussion on fetal alcohol syndrome. 11/7/1988. Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 29:          SNR 154- Audio recording of Tlingit Jazz group, “Off Beat 5.” 5/22/1989, Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch. Two copies.

Item 30:          SNR 155-Audio recording of  Austin Hammond, telling, “Raven Tales” Part 1 of 2. 11/1/993. Produced by Gordon Sandy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 31:          SNR 156-Audio recording of Audio recording of  Austin Hammond, telling, “Raven Tales.” 11/8/1993. Produced by  Gordon Sandy. Format open reel, 9 inch

Item 32:          SNR 157- Audio recording of Bessie Visaya. 11/12/1990. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 33:          SNR 158-Audio recording of Steve Haycox. 5/21/1990. Produced by Andy Hope. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Box 4: Items 34-51Add to your cart.

Item 34:          SNR 159 - Audio recording of Walter Soboleff, speaking about the importance of tribal regalia. 9/7/1992. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch. Note: this recording has been transcribed. See Series IV.

Item 35:          SNR 160-“If You Sell Our Land.”  12/6/1999. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 36:          SNR 161-Audio recording of “Prejudice Puzzle.” 9/17/1990. Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format open reel, 9.

Item 37:          SNR 162 – Audio recording of Holly Davis, speaking about Haida basket weaving. 4/30/1990. Produced by Gerry Hope. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 38:          SNR 163 –Audio recording of Jeff Lear. 11/9/1992. Produced by Andy Hope. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item  39:          SNR 164- Audio recording of discussion of Aleut relocation. 6/29/1992. Produced by Martin/Dvorsen. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 40:          SNR 165-Audio recording of Fr. Michael Oleska. 1/7/1991. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

         

Item 41:          SNR 167-Audio recording of Aaron Barnett and Roger Lewis of  the Alaska Maritime Heritage Foundation speaking about European tall ships and Tlingit war canoes. 1/10/1994. Produced by Cy Peck Jr.. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 42:          SNR 168- Audio recording of Robert Davidson, speaking about the history of his people, the Haida, and about his role in Celebration ’92. 5/24/1993. Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 43:          SNR 169 Audio recording of “tribute interview” of  Roy Peratrovich. 2/13/1989. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 44:          SNR 170-Audio recording of Dorothy McKinley, speaking about the Alaska Native Sisterhood (ANS). 11/2/1992. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch. Two Copies.

Item 45:          SNR 171-U.S. Forest Service. Undated. Format open reel 7 inch.

Item 46:          SNR 172- Audio recording of Ernestine Hanlon and Tom Abel. 3/11/1991. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 47:          SNR 173- Audio recording of discussion on native spirituality. 3/4/1991. Produced  by Joaqlin Estus. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 48:          SNR 174-Audio recording of J. C. Lucus, speaking on healing circles in the Ba’Hai faith. 2/25/1991. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 49:          SNR 175-Audio recording of Albert Dick, mayor of Hoonah. 2/11/1991. Produced by Cy Peck Jr., Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 50:          SNR 176-Audio recording of Ed Thomas, speaking on subsistence rights and sovereignty. 2/2/1993. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open  reel, 9 inch.

Item 51:          SNR 178 -Audio recording of Jacqueline Johnson speaking about the  Tlingit and Haida Housing Authority.  8/26/1991. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Box 5: Items 52-70Add to your cart.

Item 52:           SNR  179-Audio recording of Georgianna Lincoln. 5/13/1991. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

                      

Item 53:           SNR 180- Audio recording of Dixie Belcher speaking on her activist work. 6/30/1997. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 54:           SNR 181- Audio recording of Fr. Michael Oleska, speaking on the history of Russian America. 4/29/1991. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 55:           SNR 182- Audio recording of Lilian Petershaore, Nile Rhinehart, and Laurie Write, speaking on anti-bias in classrooms. 4/8/1991. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 56:           SNR 183- Audio recording of David Mouture speaking about indigenous peoples. 4/15/1991. Interview by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 57:           SNR 184- Audio recording of Joanne Rivers speaking about “Natives for Sobriety.” Undated. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 58:           SNR 185-Audio recording of Patricia Sierra speaking about her poetry. 9/9/1991. Produced by Regan/Cline. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 59:           SNR 186-Audio recording of culture camp. 6/22/1992. Produced by Regan/Cline. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 56:           SNR 187-Audio recording of Skip and Lynn Wallen. 9/16/1991. Produced by Kathy Ruddy.  Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 61:           SNR 188-Audio recording of Frederica de Laguna about her scholarly work with the Tlingit people. 9/23/1991. Produced by Andy Hope and Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel 9 inch.

Item 62:           SNR 189-Audio recording of Andy Ebona. 10/21/1991. Produced by Cy

            Peck  Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 63:           SNR 190-Audio recording of Eugene King. 10/28/1991. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 64:           SNR 191- Audio recording of  Bob Sam, speaking about his work to protect native gravesites in SE Alaska, the maintenance of native cemeteries and historic sites, and the repatriation on native objects and artifacts.  11/11/1991. Produced by Kathy Ruddy.  Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 65:           SNR 192- Audio recording of Rev. Lew Rooker, and Res. Mary Anne Warden, Northern Light United Church speak about the reconciliation offer from the Presbyterian Church in apology to those Native Alaskans told to abandon their culture in order to become Christians. 11/18/1991. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 66:           SNR 193-Audio recording of Tahitian band, 12/1/1990. Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 67:           SNR 194- Audio recording of Cy Peck Sr., giving 1991 ANB keynote speech. 12/12/1991. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 68:           SNR 195-Audio recording of Pat Sierra, discussing Christmas stories and poems. 12/23/1991. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 69:           SNR 196- Fr. John Haskell, Priest and medicine man. 11/4/1991. Produced by Cy Peck  Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 70:           SNR 197- Audio recording of Fiore Lenkanoff, speaking on the Aleut people’s relocation to SE Alaska. 6/3/1991. Produced by Michael Sakarias. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Box 6: Items 71-87Add to your cart.

Item 71:          SNR 198-Audio recording of  Ross Soboleff, speaking about Celebration ’92. 5/4/1992. Produced by Cy Peck, Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 72:          SNR 199-Audio recording of Steve Langdon, UAA anthropologist speaking about his interests as an anthropologist. 6/1/1992. Produced by Andy Hope and Joaqlin Estus. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 73:          SNR 200-Audio recording of Doris Leadercharge, speaking about her work as a Sioux dialect coach on the film “Dances With Wolves.” 6/8/1992. Produced  by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 74:          SNR 201- Audio recording of Representative Jerry Mackie. 6/15/1992. Produced  by  Cy Peck, Jr. Two copies. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 75:          SNR 202-Audio recording of discussion of two village corporations in Kake. 5/18/1992. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 76:          SNR 202-Audio recording of Bishop Michael Kenny, Lydia George and Bob Carter speaking about reconciliation between natives and the Presbyterian church. 7/6/1992. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch. 

Item 77:          SNR 203- Audio recording of 5 contemporary native recording artists and their albums. 7/20/1992. Produced by Laurie Cropley Hill. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 78:          SNR 204-Audio recording of  “Cahilla Creation Myth.” 7/27/1992 Produced by Everett Frost and D. Martin. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 79:          SNR 205-Audio recording of David Keenan, Chief of the Inland Tlingit Teslin Band. 8/3/1992.  Produced by Andy Hope. Format open reel, 9 inch.

         

Item 80:          SNR 206- Audio recording of Ken Austin. 8/24/1992. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 81:          SNR 207- Audio recording of discussions on Aboriginal languages in the Yukon. Undated. Produced by Andy Hope. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 82:          SNR 208 –Audio recording of Tommy Jimmy Jr. speaking about the Alaska Native Sisterhood (ANS). undated. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 83:          SNR 209- Audio recording of Andy Hope. undated. Produced by Judy hall. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 84:          SNR 210-Audio recording of discussion of the native sobriety movement. 8/10/1992. Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 85:          SNR 211-Audio recording of Richard Dalton, speaking on the Tlingit Seagull Clan and other valuable information on Tlingit. 12/30/1985.

Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 86:          SNR 212-Audio recording of Lily White, Mayor of Hoonah, speaking about Potlatches and how she learned about her Tlingit heritage. 9/19/1994. Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 87:          SNR 213-Audio recording of Fr. Michael Oleska, speaking about the history of the Orthodox Church among Native peoples of Alaska. 11/25/1991. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Box 7: Items 88-105Add to your cart.

Item 88:          SNR 214- Audio recording of Bill Tomkins, speaking about the Gold Medal basketball tournament. 2/26/1996. Produced by Kim Helmar and Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 89:          SNR 215-Audio recording of Pat Carrothers speaking about the Archie Van Winkle Memorial Foundation. 2/12/1996. Produced by Cy Peck, Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 90:          SNR 216-Audio recording of Gil Truitt and Steve Haycox, at the 2nd annual Clan Conference. 3/11/1996. Produced by Laurie Cropley Nix. Format reel to reel.

Item 91:          SNR 217-Audio recording of Steve Haycox speaking about acculturation and the earliest policies of the Alaska Native Brotherhood, taped at the 2nd annual Clan Conference. 2/19/1996. Format open reel, 9 inch.

         

Item 92:          SNR 218- Audio recording of discussion of “What is the role of native women today?”, recorded at a tribute to Elizabeth Peratrovich. Undated. Produced by Laurie Croply Nix. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 93:          SNR 219-Audio recording of Nora Dauenhauer, Walter Soboleff, Cecilia Kuntz, Selina Everson, Al McKinley, Helen Sarabia, and Richard McKinley, speaking about the importance of preserving the Tlingit language. Program in Tlingit. 1/1/1996. Produced by Kathy Ruddy and Laurie Croply Nix. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 94:          SNR 220-Audio recording of Richard Dalton, Sr. speaking about Tlingit culture, including subsistence, and the history of segregated schools in SE Alaska, and the history of the ANB. 2/13/1995, produced by Joaqlin Estus and Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 95:          SNR 222- Audio recording of J.C. Lucas, and a Pipe Sharing ceremony. 8/9/1991. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 96:          SNR 223-Audio recording of Mike Irwin, speaking about the Alaska Native Report and the status of Alaska natives today. 5/6/1996. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

         

Item 97:          SNR 228-Audio recording of Angela Sydney, 92 years old, speaking on life in Angoon and Tlingit traditions. 1/4/1988. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Two copies. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 98:          SNR 234-Audio recording of “The Raven.” 1/9/1989. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 99:          SNR 235-Audio recording of a discussion of segregation in Juneau, and what makes people form into exclusive groups. 5/9/1990. Produced by John Palmes. Format open reel, 9 inch.

         

[SNR 236-248 available on CD, housed in Series I]

Item 100:        SNR 249-Audio recording describing the history of the  battle of Sitka in 1804. 9/18/1989. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

                     

Item 101:        SNR 260-Audio recording describing “Culture Camp ’91.” 9/2/1991. Produced by Diane Regan. Format open reel, 9 inch.

                     

Item 102:        SNR 264-Audio recording of Cyril George speaking about his upbringing and life in Angoon. 9/14/1992. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

         

Item 103:        SNR 265-Audio recording of  Sara Paddock, Dorothy McKinley, Sharyl Westcott and Willie Tagaban speaking about their attendance at a native women’s conference dealing with healing and wellness. 5/11/1992. Produced by Laurie Hill. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 104:        SNR 269-Audio recording of Dr. Cy Peck. Sr. speaking on the construction of Mt. Edgcomb in the 1940s. Part 1 of 2. 11/30/1992. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 105:        SNR 270-Audio recording of Dr. Cy Peck speaking about the construction of Mt. Edgcombe in 1940s. 12/7/1992. Part 2 of 2. Produced by Cy Peck. Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Box 8: Items 106-124Add to your cart.

Item 106:        SNR  272-Audio recording of  Ted Wright, speaking about tribal colleges. 9/21/1992. Produced by Jeb Sharp. Format open reel, 9 inch.

         

Item 107:        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 open reel, 9 inch.

         

Item 108:        SNR 278-Audio recording of various Native American musicians, “Indian Music” 3/15/1993. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 109:        SNR 282-Audio recording of Ronalda Caliente , keynote address on racism at the 6th annual SE Alaska Women’s Conference. 4/26/1993. Prioduced by Joaqlin Estus. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 110:        SNR 283-Audio recording about Dr. Walter Soboleff speaking about his mother and his childhood in a Mother's Day special. 5/3/1993. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 111:        SNR 285-Audio recording of Avis Haydon speaking about PATH (Partners in Action for Teen Health) and teen health issues. 6/21/1993. Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 112:        SNR 286-Audio recording of Kim Metcalf speaking about her late father, Vern Metcalf a well know Alaska journalist. 6/28/1993. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 113:        SNR 287-Audio recording of Farid Hosni, owner of the Juneau boxing club speaking about his trip to the Russian Far East, along with two of the boxers that train at his club. 10/28/1993. Produced by Rhonda Mann. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 114:        SNR 290-Audio recording of Gail Lucero speaking about health emergencies, and healthy lifestyles. 11/22/1993. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 115:        SNR 291-Audio recording of a performance of "Haashagoon," a drum group in Sitka and Ethel Lund, President of SEARHC, and Haida elder Esther Nix describing her belief in traditional food and medicine. 10/25/1993. Produced by Laurie Cropley Hill. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 116:        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 open reel, 9 inch. [CD format of this recording also housed in Series I.]

Item 117:        SNR 294-Audio recording of Joni Gill and two people with Arthritis Esther Brooks and Luicille Hotch. Group covers how they coped and how it started. 12/20/1993. Produced by Rhonda Mann and Joaqlin Estus. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 118:        SNR 296-Audio recording of Carol Jorgenson, speaking about subsistance and the Native American Fish and Wildlife Society. 1/17/1994. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 119:        SNR 297-Audio recording of Gil Lucerno speaking about horses, film, and life in Angoon. 1/19/1994. Produced by Jennifer Michaels and Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 120:        SNR 298-Audio recording of Jack Gladstone, Blackfoot, speaking about his life and heritage. 1/1994. Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 121:        SNR  300-Audio recording of Connie Paddock speaking about her life and times, her education and work. 2/14/1994. Produced by Kim Metcalf Helmar. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 122:        SNR 301-Audio recording of Sasha Soboleff and Leo Houston discussing  the annual Gold medal basketball tournament. 2/21/1994. Produced by Andy Kline and Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 123:        SNR 303-Audio recording of Cecilia Firethunder speaking at a Women's Wellness conference in Phoenix, speech title, "A Journey of Empowerment." 3/7/1994. Produced by Laurie Hill. Format reel to reel

Item 124:        SNR 305-Audio recording of John Borbridge Jr. speaking about the early days of Alaska Native Land Claims Settlement Act, and JD High School basketball. 3/21/1994. Part 1 of 2. Produced by Kim Metcalfe-Helmar. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Box 9: Items 125-141Add to your cart.

Item 125:        SNR 306-Audio recording of John Borbridge, speaking about the early days of Alaska Native Land Claims Settlement Act, and JD High School basketball. 3/28/1994. Part 2 of 2. Produced by Kim Metcalfe-Helmar. Format open reel, 9 inch. Two copies

         

Item 126:        309-Audio recording of Herman Kitka & Tom Thornton. 5/2/1994. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.     

Item 127:        SNR 310-Audio recording of Ross Soboleff speaking about Celebration 1994.  5/9/1994. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 128:        SNR 311-Audio recording of discussion of “What is a Tribe in Alaska?”, from a roundtable discussion at the Alaska Anthropogical Association conference held in April 1994. 5/16/1994. Part 1 of 2. Produced by Judy Hall. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 129:        SNR 312-Audio recording of discussion of  “What is a Tribe in Alaska?”, from a roundtable discussion at the Alaska Anthropological Association conference held in April 1994. 5/23/1994. Part 2 of 2. Produced by Judy Hall. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 130:        SNR 313-Audio recording of 3 members of the cast of the play, "Encounter: Tlingits Meet the Europeans,” discussing Capt. George Vancouver and their perceptions of each other. 5/31/1994. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

                     

Item 131:        SNR 315-Audio recording of Willard Jackson Sr. discussing Veteran’s Day events in Metlekatla. 11/7/1994. Produced by Rhonda Mann. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 132:        SNR 316-Audio recording of Charles and Cindy Jefferson speaking about their work as producers on the record album ‘A Gathering of Spirits.” 11/21/1994. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 133:        SNR 317-Audio recording of Linda Buckley discussing her work teaching in the Alaska studies program at Juneau Douglas High School. 12/5/1994. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 134:        SNR 318-Audio recording of performance by Juneau Tlingit Gospel Singers.  12/12/1994. Produced  by Joaqlin Estus. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 135:        SNR 319-Audio recording of Terry Pegues speaking about  the gold medal basketball tournament and its history. 1/21/1995. Produced by Kim and Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 136:        SNR  321-Audio recording discussing “healing touch.”  3/6/1995. Produced by Produced by Rhonda Mann. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 137:        SNR 323-Audio recording of Dennis Demmert speaking about the Sealaska Heritage Foundation, the Cultural Arts Park located on the waterfront of downtown Juneau.  6/19/1995. Produced by Cy Peck. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 138:        SNR 325-Audio recording of Marlene Johnson speaking about her life in Hoonah, RURAL Cap, Sealaska, Tlingit/Haida, and Native politics. 7/10/1995. Produced by Kim Metcalf and Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 139:        SNR 326-Audio recording of John Hope speaking about the annual gold medal basketball tournament. 7/31/1995. Produced by Pete Metcalf. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 140:        SNR 327- Audio recording of Rhonda Mann and Amanda Avra speaking about a new medical program. 8/7/2995. 8/7/1995. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 141:        SNR 328-Audio  recording of  discussion of Alaska-Canada Intertribal Fisheries Meeting. 8/14/1995. Produced by Laurie Cropley Hill. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Box 10: Items 142-161Add to your cart.

Item 142:        Audio recording of  Nelia Rhinehart speaking about her work with Gov. Tony Knowles’ Commission on Children’s Services. 12/7/1996. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 143:        Audio recording of Marie Olson speaking about her life in Juneau, the “Lower 48”, and Mexico. 12/11/1997. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 144:        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. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 145:        Audio recording of Jayne Dangeli and Alberta Aspin speaking about “healthy nations.” 2/6/1995. Produced by Rhonda Mann. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 146:        Audio recording of Pat Carothers speaking about the Archie Van Winkle Memorial. 3/17/1997. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 147:        Audio recording of Paul and Mary Rudolph speaking about their life in Hoonah and their involvement in that community. 4/11/1994. Produced by Cy Peck. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 148:        Audio recording of  Jacqueline Johnson speaking about native housing in Juneau and other communities in SE Alaska. 9/14/1996. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 149:        Audio recording of  Kendal Miller speaking about Indian country issues and  her hopes for the future.  2/11/1998. Produced by Kathy Ruddy and John Palmes. Format open reel 9 inch.

Item 150:        Audio recording of Bob Willard. 3/1998. Produced by Kim Metcalf Helmar. Format open reel, 9 inch, has no box.

Item 151:        Audio recording of Stella Soboleff speaking about her life Metlakatla and Juneau and work as a public speaker. 12/8/1997. Produced by Kim Helmar. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 152:        Audio recording of Gordon Jackson speaking about his involvement in native America politics and the Kake Tribal Corporation. 7/3/1995. Produced by Kim Metcalf Helmar. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 153:        Audio recording of “Live Day” #3. Undated. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 154:        Audio recording of “Dancing the Hora in rubber boots.” 11/15/1987. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 155:        “Pickled herring and Seal Flippers.” 12/19/1994. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 156:        Audio recording of Fr. Jerome of St. Nicholas Orthodox Church, Dick Dauenhauer, Fr. Eugene Bordukofsky and Professor Sergei Kan speaking about the history of the Russian Orthodox church in SE Alaska. 2/17/1997. Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 157:        Audio recording of 2 participants in Pow Wow ’97 speaking about their experiences. 8/4/1997. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 158:        Audio recording of Carol Jorgenson speaking about the building of a new native school in Juneau, and its Tlingit name. 4/4/1994 Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 159:        Audio recording of Ed Thomas speaking about subsistence rights and tribal sovereignty. 2/21993. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 160:        Audio recording of Bea Shepard “intro/out.” Undated. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 161:        Audio recording of John Shaffer and Bea Shepard. 4/13/1992. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Box 11: Items 162-181Add to your cart.

Item 162:        Audio recording of Nora Dauenhauer, reciting poem at SE Alaska Native Women’s conference. 3/16/1989. Format open reel, 9 inch, has no box.

Item 163:        Audio recording of Ronlia Recinos. Undated. Format open reel, 9 inch, has no box.

Item 164:        Audio recording of “Conversations in Tlingit.” Undated. Format open reel, 9 inch, has no box.

Item 165:        Audio recording of V-J Day in Nome; King Island Eskimo Dancers and music. Undated. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 166:        Audio recording of Anne and Martin Mikaere of Hamilton New Zealand speaking about Maori language and culture. 11/18/1996. Produced by Kathy Ruddy.  Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 167:        Audio recording of  Nancy Barnes speaking about her employment with state Rep,. Albert Kookesh's office. 3/3/197. Produced by Kim Helamar. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 168:        Audio recording of Reg Dangeli, Tsetsant HX, an Intro. Undated. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 169:        Audio recording of Kim Helmar speaking with Percy Frisbie and Dewey Skan, residents of Prince of Wales Island about their lives and work, particularly in the fishing industry. 2/1998. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 170:        Audio recording of Patrick James and Eileen Wally speaking about the Carcross/Tagish First Nation and their history and culture and the relationship between coastal and inland Tlingit. 4/3/1993. Produced by Kathy Ruddy.  Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 171:        Audio recording of Cyril George. 2/3/1997. Produced by Paul Helmar and Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 172:        Audio recording of Peratovich. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 173:        Audio recording of Amy Nelson and Andy Ebona speaking about their lives in Juneau, the history of the Kiksadi in Sitka, and Sealaska celebration ’98. 1/21/1998. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 174:        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. Format open reel, 9 inch

Item 175:        Audio recording of Garfield, Sharon, and Cody Katasse speaking about the upcoming Pow Wow, April 12 in Juneau.  3/9/1997. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 176:        Audio recording of  Eddie Box speaking about Chief Austin Hammond. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Undated. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 177:        Audio recording of Anna Katzeek, Tlingit elder. 6/23/1988. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 178:        Audio recording of Frank O. Williams, cultural educator. 6/24/1988. On

same reel to reel as 176. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 179:        Audio recording of  Paul Jackson and Rosita Worl speaking about Celebration ’96. 8/5/1996. Produced by David Evanson. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 180:        Audio recording of Wilma Mankiller speaking about Cherokee history, tribal sovereignty and native American values. Recorded in January 1996 in Minnesota. 10/13/1997. Part 1 of 2 . Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 181:        Audio recording of Wilma Mankiller, recorded in January 1996 in Minnesota, includes audience questions related to topics discussed in item 178. 10/20/1997. Part 2 of 2. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Box 12: Items 182-213Add to your cart.

Item 182:        Audio recording of Patty Adkisson speaking about her job as coordinator of the UAS Native/Rural Program. 8/1992. Produced by Laurie Cropley Hill. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 183:        Audio recording of Dennis Ivans and Ethel Lund speaking about native men’s wellness and what women can do to encourage wellness among men. 6/15/1992. Produced by Laurie Cropley Hill. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 184:        Audio recording of David Hunsaker  recounting traditional stories, The Traveler, the Raven Dancer, and the Stranger from the North. 3/171998. Produced by Cy Peck. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 185:        Audio recording of Rick and Mike speaking about their skills in Native Tlingit art. 10/27/1996. Produced by Cy Peck. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 186:        Audio recording of The-Ka-Kwee Tha Madge-Eye, A Native American Christmas tale. Undated. Produced by Cy Peck. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 187:        Audio recording of Telluride Chamber Music festival, Bicentennial program. 7/20/1976. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 188:        Audio recording of state Senate proceedings. 1979. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 189:        Audio recording of “White Leader,” Louise and Woody. 4/21/1986. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 190:        Audio recording of Eskimos from Point Hope, AK. 1974. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 191:        Audio recording of Woody and Arlene. 5/7/1986. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 192:        Audio recording of Janie Leask, President of the Alaskan Federation of Natives, speaking about the film “Broken Arrow.” Undated. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 193:        Audio recording of “Ravens tale.” Undated. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 194:        Audio recording of Carol McQueen. Undated. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 195:        Audio recording of “Natives fishing in Yakutat.” Undated. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 196:        Audio recording of APRN actuality service. Undated. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 197:        Audio recording of Paul Jackson. 2/20/1982. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 198:        Audio recording of Doug Henning, “Alaska” 1978. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 199:        Audio recording of Robert Martin Sr. undated. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 200:        Audio recording of cuts from “1st American Emphasis Week.” Undated. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 201:        Audio recording of discussions from “Neighbors week,” May 1986. Undated. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 202:        Audio recording of Walter Soboleff speaking about Tlingit traditions, speech making, and keeping traditions alive. 11/20/1986. Produced by Glenda  Carino. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 203:        Audio recording of Nora Onajjarsin. 10/1985. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 204:        Audio recording of “Your World Today.” Undated.  Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 205:        Audio recording of Eagle Raven Dancers, 1987 Alaska Folk Festival. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 206:        Audio recording of Violet Booth 75 years old. 11/7/1989. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 207:        Audio recording of Martha Shields audition. Produced by Arlene Dangeli. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 208:        Audio recording of Mary Guthrie, speaking about her involvement in the Alaska Native Sisterhood (ANS). 4/2/1993. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 209:        Audio recording of Richard Stitt and other speakers discussing the 1997 Salmon Derby boycott by ANB.  7/17/1997. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 210:        Audio recording of Arnie Marvin speaking about his life as an auditor for the Alaska state legislature, and life in Hoonah and Sitka7/28/1997. Produced by Kim Helmar. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 211:        Audio recording of discussion of gold medal basketball tournament. 3/4/1993. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 212:        Audio recording of Cyril George.  2/10/1997. Produced by Paul Helmar and Cy Peck, Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 213:        Audio recording of 4 members of the newly formed Douglas Indian Association speaking about their history and present lives. 5/14/1999. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Box 13: Items 214-243Add to your cart.

Item 214:        SNR 162-Audio recording of Richard Dalton speaking about the importance of native culture. 5/30/1994. Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format open reel, 9 inch

         

Item 215:        SNR 177-Audio recording of Dick and Nora Dauenhauer. 1/28/1991. Produced by Andy Hope. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 216:        Audio recording of Bob Bierly speaking about his interest in basketball and the annual gold medal tournament in Juneau. 3/28/1998. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 217:        Audio recording of a description of  upcoming events of interest to the native community of  SE Alaska. 3/31/1997. Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 218:        Audio recording of 2nd annual “Live Day,” Conversations in Tlingit.” Undated. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 219:        Audio recording of Amos Wallace speaking about the ANB. Undated. 5/11/1989. Format open reel, 9 inch, tape has no box.

Item 220:        Audio recording of Cecilia Kuntz. Undated. Format reel to reel, tape has no box. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 221:        Audio recording of Andy Hope, speaking about a clan conference. 10/9/1995. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 222:        Audio recording of Richard Dick performing 3 Tlingit songs in English. Undated. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 223:        Audio recording of Dr.  Kelly White speaking about native health issues and her work with SEARHC. 12/21/1992. Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 224:        Audio recording of John Hope discussing the seven years he spent in the hospital with tuberculosis. 8/30/1994. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 225:        Audio recording of 4 members of the newly formed Douglas Indian Association speaking about their history and present lives. 5/14/1999. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch Also in Box #12, item 213.

Item 226:        Audio recording of  Dennis Demmert and Judy Frankelt speaking about preparations for Celebration ‘96. 4/29/1996. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format  open reel, 9 inch.

Item 227:        Audio recording of Garfield Katasse and Coty Greyeyes speaking about Oct. 1996 Pow Wow and preparations for Pow Wow 97. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 228:        Audio recording of John Martin Sr. speaking about his life in Juneau and Hoonah. 12/23/1996. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 229:        Audio recording of Lana Stevens, Gene Tagaban and Allan Hayton speaking about their new venture “Raven’s Voice Theater.” 4/27/1998. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 230:        Audio recording of 90 year old Cy Peck Sr. recalling his life. 1/24/1997. Produced by Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 231:        Audio recording of Cy Peck speaking about Native spirituality and healing. 6/30/1994. Produced by Kim Helmar. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 232:        Audio recording of Haida elder Mona Jackson speaking about her life and family. 8/ 9/1996. Produced by Joaqlin Estus. Format reel, 9 inch.

Item 233:        Tape 1- Audio recording of Bessie Vissaya. Format cassette tape

Item 234:        Tape 2-Audio recording of Peter Marks. Format cassette tape

         

Item 235:        Tape 3-Audio recording of Gail Napihaa. Undated. Format DAT tape

Item 236:        Tape 4-Audio recording of Martin Cadiente, Carlton Smith, Ella Koontz, and Connie Paddock. Undated. Format DAT Tape

Item 237:        Tape 5- Audio recording of language and culture presentation 3/1997. Format DAT tape.

Item 238:        Tape 6-Audio recording of  Pow wow 99, Byran Mallot AFN 99 Speech, Desa Johnson, Wanda Culp, and “Sobriety Women.”  Format DAT Tape

Item 239:        Tape 7-Audio recording of Wilma Mankiller, Alberta Aspen,

and Desa Jacobsen. Undated. Format DAT tape. Format DAT Tape.

Item 240:        Tape 8-Audio recording of  Cecila Kuntz (Two programs). Undated. Format DAT tape.

Item 241:        Tape 9-Audio recording of “Snowdog,” Joyce Shale, Lydia George, and Dorothy Thornton. Undated. Format DAT tape.

Item 242:        Tape 10-Audio recording of Terry Pagues (Two part interview), Brady/Davis, and Eunice A Kagli. Undated. Format DAT tape.

Item 243:        Tape 11-Audio recording of Desa Jacobbson, Ross Soboleff, Andy/Dewey (February 1998) and Brymore/ANCSA. Format DAT Tape.

Box 14: Items 244-257Add to your cart.

Item 244:        SNR 271-Audio recording of Harold Jacobs speaking about Tlingit ceremonial objects and artifacts in museums. 12/14/1992. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 245:        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 open reel, 9 inch.

Item 246:        SNR 275- Audio recording of Della Cheney, speaking about Native traditions and parenting. 1/18/1993. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 247:        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 open reel, 9 inch.

Item 248:        SNR 279-Audio recording of testimony regarding Klukwan Artifacts (trial testimony). 3/29/1993. Produced by Anne Sutton. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 249:        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 open reel, 9 inch.

Item 250:        SNR 288-Audio recording of Ben Coronell, speaking about his experiences as a Juneau police department sergeant.10/25/1993. Produced by Kim Helmar and Cy Peck Jr. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 251:        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 open reel, 9 inch.

Item 252:        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 open reel, 9 inch.

Item 253:        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 open reel, 9 inch.

Item 254:        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 open reel, 9 inch.

Item 255:        SNR 304-Audio recording of Paul Jackson speaking about the late Austin Hammond.  3/14/1994. Produced by Kathy Ruddy. Format open reel, 9 inch.

Item 256:        SNR 329- Audio recording of Selina Peratrovich, peaking about Haida basket weaving. 9/17/1977. Format open reel, 9 inch.


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