1. 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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          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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          • Hunting in Wartime

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            This event held in celebration of Native American Heritage Month features a screening of an excerpt of the film Hunting in Wartime, which profiles the lives of Tlingit veterans from Hoonah who fought…

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            • Invisible Migration - The Journey of Baby Skeena Salmon

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              Every spring, all the baby salmon from all across the Skeena watershed, migrate from their birthplaces to the ocean. They travel in giant groups to the Skeena estuary - where the river meets the…

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              • Youth on Water - Get Connected

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                SWCC began the Youth on Water (YOW) program as a volunteer pilot project in 2009 with 9 participants. YOW has grown annually, establishing itself as a flagship summer program for families in the villages,…

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                • Yuraryaraput Kangiit-llu: Our Ways of Dance and Their Meanings

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                  Lecture by Dr. Theresa Arevgaq John, Associate Professor of Indigenous Studies at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. In her talk, John discusses Yup’ik ways of dancing and the “little…

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                  • Kitsumkalum Solid Waste Changes - Communtiy Meeting Reminder Aug 24 Richard Inskter

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                    Kitsumkalum Community Meeting Reminder regarding Solid Waste Changes scheduled for fall 2016.

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                    • Delores Churchill on a basket she donated to SHI

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                      Haida master weaver Delores Churchill talks about a basket given to her by Terry Carlin of Ketchikan that Delores later donated to Sealaska Heritage. In this interview, she talks about what she has…

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