1. The Way of the Warrior

    01:29:08

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    In this lecture, Kai Monture of the Kʼinéix̱ Ḵwáan in Yakutat talks about the training he received from his grandfather, George Ramos, who is an expert on Tlingit warriors.

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    • Understanding by Design: Tlingit and Haida Halibut Fishing Technologies

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      In this video, educator Angie Lunda talks to teachers about a unit on halibut fishing that she developed for Sealaska Heritage Institute’s “Opening the Box” program, a math-and-culture…

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      • Understanding by Design: Tlingit and Haida Halibut Fishing Technologies (Part 2)

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        In this video, teacher James White talks to teachers about field testing a unit on halibut fishing developed by educator Angie Lunda. The unit teaches math concepts through the ancient halibut-hook…

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        • Understanding by Design: Tlingit and Haida Halibut Fishing Technologies (Part 1)

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          In this video, educator Angie Lunda talks to teachers about a unit on halibut fishing that she developed for Sealaska Heritage Institute’s “Opening the Box” program, a math-and-culture…

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          • Margie Morris - WOMEN ON THE BRINK

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            An intimate portrait of Tlingit artist, Margie Morris.

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            • Carver Steve Brown on how to make a dugout canoe

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              This footage was produced by Sealaska Heritage Institute in 2016 to document some of the steps required to make a traditional dugout canoe. The project, a joint effort of SHI and Sitka National Historical…

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              • Canoe Project, Part 2

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                This footage was produced by Sealaska Heritage Institute in 2016 to document some of the steps required to make a traditional dugout canoe. The project, a joint effort of SHI and Sitka National Historical…

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                • “Terrifying Visages”: Armored Warriors of the northern Northwest Coast

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                  In this talk, curator Steve Henrikson of the Alaska State Museum shows images of armor mostly housed in museums and cultural centers around the world. Henrikson has located nearly one hundred war…

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                  • Canoe Project, Part 1

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                    from Sealaska Heritage Institute Added 137 2 0

                    This footage was produced by Sealaska Heritage Institute in 2016 to document some of the steps required to make a traditional dugout canoe. The project, a joint effort of SHI and Sitka National Historical…

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                    • Honoring our Nation's Code Talkers

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                      Navajo code talkers have long been recognized for the crucial part they played in World War II. But until very recently, no one knew that Tlingit code talkers also used the Tlingit language as a…

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