Title supplied by cataloger. Aerial photograph of several buildings built near a river bank. Burt Bomhoff mushing by village in foreground. Slide labeled, 'Duplicate, Copyright J. Schultz All Rights Reserved.' Original format: 35mm color slide
Title supplied by cataloger. Slide labeled, 'Copyright J. Schultz 19. All rights reserved. P.O. Box 111452. Anchorage, Alaska 99511.' Snow on Fourth Avenue, where the Iditarod Race runs. Original format: 35mm color slide
This image shows article IX of the constitution of the state of Alaska, which addresses the states budget, appropriations, and public debt. It also includes the later amendments to establish the Alaska Permanent Fund. See also UAF-2004-25-4-1
This image shows Article II of the constitution of the state of Alaska which establishes a bicameral (two chambers or houses) Alaska legislative including the number of this body, and the length of term. See also UAF-2004-25-4-1
This image shows Article III of the constitution of the state of Alaska which recognizes the office of the governor (elected for four years) as the executive power of the state. See also UAF-2004-25-4-1
This image shows Article XIV of the constitution of the state of Alaska "sets up the initial apportionment of the legislature, to be used prior to the first post-statehood census, and is now obsolete". See also UAF-2004-25-4-1
Article XV of the constitution of the state of Alaska makes the provision for an orderly transition from a territorial to state government, it stipulates how this task will be accomplished. See also UAF-2004-25-4-1
This images shows Article V and VI of the constitution of the state of Alaska which sets the standard with respect to the process of electing government officials. Article VI states that legislative appointments are to be determined by an appointed...
This image shows Article VII of the constitution of the state of Alaska which provides free education to all children of the State by mandating public school system and state university system. The article also directs the legislature to provide...
This image shows article X of constitution of the state of Alaska which deals with the local government. This government (borough system) was created to address certain conditions that were unique to Alaska. Article XI sets guidelines for the...
Slavery was an accepted custom in many Native tribes. On May 8, 1886, District Judge Layfayette Dawson in Sitka decided that the Thirteenth Amendment and the 1866 Civil Rights Act abolishing slavery applied to the "uncivilized tribes" of Alaska. ...
Contents: Letter of transmittal. Testimony of Chief Kah-du-shan from Wrangel Testimony of Chief Johnson (Yash-noosh) from Juneau Testimony of Chief Koogh-see fom Hoonah Testimony of Chief Kah-ea-tchiss from Hoonah ...
This series was designed to invite instructors to explore the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act with Students. The Teachers Guide accompanies six video episodes that vary in length from 14-25 minutes.
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.