34 second, color/silent film clip of ivory carvings made by King Island carvers. The items shown include: small animal and bird figurines, dog teams and sleds, a cribbage board, knives, and hunters in kayaks.
31 second, color/silent film clip of the King Island Dancers performing at Nome. The drummer in the red and black checked shirt is Chief Olanna. He is the father of Agnes Kunnuk, the woman dancer in the fur parka with the light blue head scarf....
55 second, color/silent film clip of an ivory carver cutting, shaping, carving and polishing a piece of walrus ivory. Among the tools used are: saws, chisels, files, and a bow drill that he supports against his chin. The result is two small ivory...
42 second, color/silent, film clip of King Islanders attaching a skin hull to an umiak frame. The film opens with men dragging the wooden umiak frame across the snow. Then one of the people cuts the skin and several lace it onto the frame.
Speeches and interviews commemorating and describing the origin of Kake Day and Kake history..
[Anchorage, Alaska : University of Alaska, 1982]. 28 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. Three photographic images.
In English and Tlingit.