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ID: MC/009

Primary Creator: Tlingit Indians.

Extent: 39.0 Items

Date Acquired: 12/15/2007

Subjects: Tlingit Indians--History.

Languages: English, Tlingit

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This collection consists of thirty-nine DVDs that capture the presentations held at the 2007 Clan Conference held at Sitka, Alaska. This set of DVDs consists of 37 volumes, with 39 CDs (two volumes contain two DVDs). The set is arranged chronologically by when papers were presented.

Collection Historical Note

The 2007 Clan Conference, held in Sitka, Alaska, with the theme “Sharing Our Knowledge,” was a conference that allowed presenters to discuss aspects of Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian history and culture. At the 2007 conference there were approximately 145 sessions or presentations, all of which were recorded and later sold for educational purposes. Previous conferences were held at Haines and Klukwan (1993), Sitka (1995), Ketchikan (1996), and Sitka (1997). A subsequent conference was held in Juneau in 2009 and there are plans to have additional conferences. The conference was funded by the National Science Foundation, Southeast Alaska Native Educators Association, and the Sitka Tribe of Alaska.

Subject/Index Terms

Tlingit Indians--History.

Administrative Information

Repository: Sealaska Heritage Institute Archives

Access Restrictions: Open to the public for research, but SHI cannot make copies of these recordings.

Use Restrictions: Intellectual Properties Note: Since SHI adheres to the Protocols for Native American Archival Materials, and since we desire to honor Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian traditional cultural belief that clans retain the intellectual property rights to clan stories or songs, patrons who use or study clan songs or stories are asked to credit clan ownership to stories and songs.

Acquisition Source: Clan Conference

Acquisition Method: The recordings in this collection were purchased by SHI in 2007.


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Item 1:            Vol. 1A: Plenary Session - Part 1 Thursday March 22nd, Welcome and Introduction, Becoming a Clan, Clan House Leader; Marilyn Jensen, Norman James, Herman Davis, David Katzeek, George Ramos, Andy Gamble, and Ray Wilson.

Vol. 1B: Plenary Session - Part 2 Thursday March 22nd, Becoming a Clan, Clan House Leader, Edwell John Jr., At.óow: Care and usage of Clan Regalia, Introduction, Irene Dundas, Andy Hope, George Bennett Sr., and Harold Jacobs.

Item 2:            Vol. 2: Southeast Alaska Native Language Retention, Language Endangerment: Who, Where and Why?, Alice Taff, Marsha Hotch, Paul Jackson Sr.. Psychological Implications of Lingit Language Loss, Jessica Chester. Paths to Lingit, Mary Folletti, Vivian Mork, Vida Davis, and John Pugh.

Item 3:            Vol. 3: Ceremonial Regalia, Introduction, Megan Smetzer. Regalia Research, Clarissa Hudson And Donna Foulke. Chilkat Tunics: Towards a Re-Evaluation of the Configurative, Emily Moore. Chilkat Appreciation, Evelyn Vanderhoop. Opening the Drawer: Unpacking Tlingit Beadwork in Museums and Beyond, Megan Smetzer.

Item 4:            Vol. 4: Remembering The Old, Building The New: Teslin Tlingit Councils Tlingitization Initiative and Beyond, Representatives of the Teslin Tlingit Council Executive and Elders Councils and the Dahk Ka Tlingit.

Item 5:            Vol. 5: Sharing Our Work: The Artists Speak, Introduction, Jan Steinbright, Nicholas Galanin, Tanis S’eiltin, Teri Rofkar, and Evelyn Vanderhoop.

Item 6:            Vol. 6: Traditional Ecological Knowledge, K’wát’Aaní: Returning to the land of the Seagull Eggs, Mary Beth Moss. Natural Laws and Traditional Ecological Knowledge, Bertrand J. Adams Sr. Tracing the Origins of Tlingit Agriculture and Reintroducing Native Cultivars to Today’s Gardens, Elizabeth Kunibe.

Item 7:            Vol. 7: Sacred and Historic Sites, Bob Sam.

Item 8:            Vol. 8: Tlingit Clan Naming Ceremony and Workshop, Introduction, George Bennett Sr., David Katzeek, Doris McClain, Herman Davis, Vida Davis, George Bennett Sr. Question and Answer Period, Harold Jacobs. Ceremonial Dance. Naming Ceremony.

Item 9:            Vol. 9A: Plenary Session - Part 1 Friday March 23rd, Place Based Education Part 1, Andy Hope III, Tom Thornton, Harold Martin, Bambi Kraus, and Ishmael Hope.

Vol. 9B [continued]: Plenary Session - Part 2 Friday March 23rd Place Based Education Part 2, Ted Wright, Steve Langdon, Clarissa Hudson, Richard Dauenhauer, Nora Dauenhauer, Jason Blue-Smith and Glynnis Breen.

Item 10:          Vol. 10: The Wisdom and Healing Messages to be Found in Mythology, Introduction, David Katzeek. “Regaining Elders Leadership” Walter Porter. Remembrance of Mark Jacobs Jr.

Item 11:          Vol. 11: Caring For Regalia, Scott Carrlee.

Item 12:          Vol. 12: Tlingit History During the Russian Occupation of Alaska The Russians in Tlingit America: The Battles of Sitka, 1802 and 1804, Richard Dauenhauer and Nora Dauenhauer. The Yakutat Tlingit and the Russians-1795 to 1825, Elaine Abraham (Oral Traditions) and Judy Ramos (Russian Traditions). Tlingit Interaction with Other Ethnic Groups of the Northwest Coast and Alaska. Before and During the Russian Rule Elena Piterskaya.

Item 13:          Vol. 13: Our Neighbors: The Haida and Tsimshian. Visible Grammar: Tools for Revitalizing Tsimshian Sm’algyax, Margaret Seguin Anderson. Reflections on Roots and Resurrections, Tom Abel. Bringing to Light a Counter-Narrative of our History: Mique’l Icesis Askren.

Item 14:          Vol. 14: Repatriation. A Canoe’s Journey: From Angoon to NYC to Angoon, Harold Jacobs. Repatriation of the Masks of Kaawa.ee to the Dog Salmon House, L’eeneidÍ Clan, Auk Tribe, Bob Sam. Identifying Cultural Affiliation of Saanyaa Kwáan & Taant’a Kwáan At.óow, Irene Dundas. Smithsonian Repatriation of the Killer Whale Hat (Kéet Saaxw) to the Dakl’aweidí Clan of Angoon, Eric Hollinger and Harold Jacobs. Potlatch Loans: Building New Relationships with Tlingit Clans, Stacey Espenlaub.

Item 15:          Vol. 15: Ethnohistory - Part 1, Introduction, Kristen Griffin. Spanish Voyages to Alaska and History’s Mysteries, Wallace Olson. A Terrible Turning Point: Sitka and the 1835 Smallpox Epidemic, Kristen Griffin. How We See Ourselves Today As Clans, Ellen Hope Hays. Selected Manuscript Collections in the Alaska State Library Historical Collections, James Simard.

Item 16:          Vol. 16: Keynote Address “Revival and Survival: Two Lifetimes in Tlingit” Introduction and Overview, Ishmael Hope, Nora Dauenhauer, and Richard Dauenhauer.

Item 17:          Vol. 17: Ethnohistory - Part 2. Relating Deep Genealogy, Oral History and Early European Accounts: Questions, Problems, Progress, Judith Berman. Whose Justice? Traditional Tlingit Law and the Deady Code, Diane Purvis. The Paul Family Photo and Historical Collection, Ben Paul. The Cottages: A Brief History, Gil Truitt. A Geologist’s Vision for a Bureau of Ethnology, Donna Foulke.

Item 18:          Vol. 18: Traditions of Living with the Land and Sea: Archaeological, Ethnographic and Oral Historical Studies of Place (Part 1). Tlingit Oral Narratives and Time Immemorial, Daniel Monteith. Preserving a Sacred Landscape, Ken Grant. Native Use of Seabirds from the Forrester Islands, Southeast Alaska, Madonna Moss. Inclusive Archaeology: Research and Partnerships at On Your Knees Cave, Terry Fifield.

Item 19:          Vol. 19: Our Warriors: Old and New Traditions, Introduction, Steve Henrikson, George Ramos, Ashley Verplank, and George Bennett Sr.

Item 20:          Vol. 20: Traditions of Living with the Land and Sea: Archaeological, Ethnographic and Oral Historical Studies of Place (Part 2). Archives Related to Haa Atxaayi Haa Kusteeyix Sitee, Our Food is our Tlingit Way of Life, Lilian Petershoare. Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Rock Art in Southern Southeast Alaska, Terry Fifield. Clam Gardens of the Pacific Northwest: Sitka to Puget Sound, John Harper and Bob Sam. Deikeenoow: Tlingit Traditional Cultural Property in the Hazy Islands, Steve Langdon. Anatomy of a Traditional Cultural Property: The Saga of Auke Cape, Thomas Thornton.

Item 21:          Vol. 21: Tribal Historic Preservation Efforts, Bambi Kraus. Traditional Tribal Medicine, Ida Armiga.

Item 22:          Vol. 22: Access Points: Discovering Family History Resources in the Alaska State Library, James Simard.

Item 23:          Vol. 23: What Canoes Mean To Our People, Paul M. Jackson.

Item 24:          Vol. 24: Tribal Court Case Law in Southeast Alaska, Jim Bowen.

Item 25:          Vol. 25: Reconceptualizing Fisheries and Fish Management (Part 1) Traditional Management of Salmon at Yakutat, Judy Ramos and George Ramos. Reconstructing the Montana Creek Fish Trap, Janet Criswell and Steve Henrikson, Ish: Thinking About Tlingit Relations With Salmon, and Steve Langdon.

Item 26:          Vol. 26: Genealogical Research in Southeast Alaska Communities: Challenges, Rewards and Solutions, Chris Roth.

Item 27:          Vol. 27: Basketry; Spruce Root Basketry of the Tlingit, Hans Chester. The Borhauer Basketry Collection, Helen Dangel-Lorrigan and Irene Jimmy. Diagnostic Features of Eighteenth Century Spruce Root Hats, Dawn Glinsmann. A Growing Crisis: Gathering Our Materials in the 21st Century, Delores Churchill.

Item 28:          Vol. 28: Reconceptualizing Fisheries and Fish Management (Part 2). Mapping Salmon Stories, Events and Names: An Exercise in Historical Ecology, Tom Thornton, Herman Kitka Sr., Roby Littlefield, Ethel Makinen. Tlingit Oral Traditions Concerning Salmon Stock Transfers and Stewardship: From After The Flood to Now, Mike Jackson.

Item 29:          Vol. 29: Museums; Shotridge in Philadelphia: Representing Northwest Coast Peoples, Robert Preucel. The Shotridge Digital Archive Project, Lucy Fowler Williams. Sheldon Jackson: Plunderer or Preserver, Rosemary Carlton. Perspectives on Museum’s Positions through The Native Experience Past and Present, Clarissa Hudson.

Item 30:          Vol. 30: Alaska Native Music; Contemporary Traditional Alaska Native Music/Dance: What has survived the colonial period? Maria Williams and Elaine Abraham. This is Kuxaankutaan’s (Dr. Frederica De Laguna’s) Song, Elaine Abraham and Judy Ramos.

Item 31:          Vol. 31: Cultural Centers and “Heritage Tourism”; Klukwan Knowledge Camp and Cultural Center, Lani Hotch. House Like a Mirror: The Klukwan Longhouse Project, Jim Heaton. Yakutat Camp #13 ANB Hall History and Renovation, Bertrand J. Adams Sr. Totem Pole Parks Tourism, Daniel Monteith. Reflections Upon the Worldwide Native-Owned Cultural Tourism Industry, Alexis Bunten.

Item 32:          Vol. 32: Northern Northwest Coast Native Art History, On The Edge: Five Contemporary Tlingit Artists, Aldona Jonaitis. Feeding the Ancestors: Tlingit Carved Horn Spoons, Anne Marie Victor-Howe. The Evolution of the Tlingit Dagger, Ashley Verplank. Tlingit and Haida Silversmiths at the Turn of the 20th Century, Katie Bunn-Marcuse, Skidegate Haida House Models, Robin K. Wright.

Item 33:          Vol. 33: “No Place Like Home” Documenting Walton Family History, Steve Henrikson, Joyce Shales and the Walton Family.

Item 34:          Vol. 34: Cemeteries: Documentation and History, Bob Sam.

Item 35:          Vol. 35: Cultural and Intellectual Property Rights, Vivian Faith-Martindale Marie Olson.

Item 36:          Vol. 36: Issues in Contemporary Northern Northwest Coast Art Moderator, Mique’l Icesis Askren. Panelists, Tommy Joseph, Clarissa Hudson, Tanis S’eiltin, Mike Dangeli, and Preston Singletary.

Item 37:          Vol. 37: Traditional Wisdom and Knowledge Today, Walter Porter.



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