55 second, color/silent film clip. Clip shows summer scenes in Anaktuvuk Pass, including children with dogs and puppies, tents, and women with children. In several shots, it appears that there is a sled in the foreground.
56 second, color/silent film clip. Clip shows a Sikorsky Dragonfly [helicopter] landing at Anaktuvuk pass, the crew showing the helicopter to the locals and playing with children, and the helicopter taking off.
58 second, color/silent, film clip of activities on a playground in Point Hope. The clip shows women and children in what appears to be a school yard. Children are playing on a swing set. Bags stacked on the beach indicate that this film was...
60 second, color/silent film clip of residents of Point Hope offloading supplies. The ship is anchored off in the distance as men, women and children carry supplies up the beach. Boards have been set up as a ramp so barrels can be rolled over...
66 second film clip, color/silent, of people gathering and transporting fire wood.
A woman, working in front of a semi-subterranean house, is chopping kindling; another woman appears to be setting a small snare; men are using dog sleds to...
[Approximately 1/5 of volume is full: 15 p. est.; also contains article by Dr. Neuman as noted below]
01. What the woman wear on their bodies
02. The eclipse of the moon and the sun
03. Belief on when some part of the body...
[At least 4 houses visible: they are skin-covered over wooden frames, with roofs sloping to rear, and all walls sloping slightly inward so roof is smaller than floor- adults, children, and dogs walk along flat rocky ground near houses: distant...
[list of stories in back of book - hand-numbered: 109 p.]
1. Em mim kon
2. Ivango’s lost sister
3. Sovek a chief and Se ra nak an orphan
4. Four lost brothers or a big drum
5. Running stick
6. The swan and an...
[n.d.] The book of Iumek (Old Time) Oct. 15—1917 [30p. est.]
2. Human man changes into stone
3. Beliefs on the images
4. Our songs
5. The sorcerers of the stone age
6. Why the people would not use another’s...