(5:27 min) (09 of 27) Flying for fur buyers
Leo Kay member of the Koslosky family. Fairbanks, Ruby, Hughes, Kobuk, Shungnak, Kiana, Kotzebue then Nome. Maime Wig's Roadhouse ran into Jim McGoffin, & (Muskrat) Johnnie Schwagler. Took off...
(6:02 min) (14 of 17) Fur buyers made use of airplanes Fur buyers rarely dealt directly with trappers. Fur buyers never quibbled about price, but always had a case of booze to aid in the negotiations. Regular mail service destroyed the fur...
1. [8 sheets double-sided, handwritten:
1. Eskimo Story: The orphan boy
2. The crow and the daylight
3. Some eskimo customs now disappearing
4. The rat
5. The two brothers
2. The Eskimo, v. 2, no. 5 (January 1918): “The Adventures...
Index for Alaska Native Review Commission Transcript of Proceedings. This index covers the Round Table discussions and Village Hearings. The Round Table Discussions, held in Anchorage Alaska from February 27 through March 16, 1984, consist of...
Proceedings of the Commission's overview roundtable discussions held in Anchorage, Alaska, February 27-March 16, 1984 and issue specific roundtables held Oct. 1984 to March 1985.
v. 1-3. The spirit of ANCSA
v. 4-5. ANCSA...
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....
48 second color/silent film clip, of a trip on the Riverboat Discovery in Fairbanks, Alaska. Clip shows passengers loading, Jim Binkley talking on a microphone, Mary Binkley talking to passengers about fur, and a trip to an Athabascan fish camp.
[hand-numbered: 111p.] [list in back pages is as follows:]
1. Bad man
2. Man and woman seperated
3. How a man can lend his wife
4. Songs of idol
5. One kind of woman worship
6. Trading with the Siberian man
9. The making of...
"My cold weather outfit. Beaver cap, Caribou coat, moose hide fur trimmed mittens, woolen pants, moosehide moccasins and on the snowshoes made for me by Sarah Bob one of the Ketchumstuk tribe squaws of the Forty Mile Indians. These snow shoes are...