Qutekcak

Qutekcak Native Tribe is the tribal organization of the Native Community of Seward, Alaska, created to promote the unity, self-determination, and empowerment of our members and other Native people residing in the Eastern Kenai Peninsula by providing servies that will strengthen the people by increasing opportunities, and enhacing their mental, physicial, and spiritual well-being in harmony with our people, land, and heritage.

The mission of Qutekcak Native Tribe is to promote the unity, self-determination, and empowerment of Native people residing in Seward and the surrounding area by providing services that will strengthen our people, increase opportunities, and enhance the mental, physical and spiritual well being of our people, in harmony with our land and traditional values.

Visit the Qutekcak Native Tribe's website here: https://qutekcak.org/  

This description was provided by Qutekcak Native Tribe for the Chugachmiut Heritage Archive.

 

 

Recent DH Items
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Qutekcak Native Tribe, Qutekcak
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Three-Dimensional Artifact/Object
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Community
Qutekcak , Qutekcak Native Tribe
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Three-Dimensional Artifact/Object
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This gold beaded headdress is showcased in the Qutekcak Native Tribe main office. Photos provided by Qutekcak Native Tribe/
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Community
Qutekcak , Qutekcak Native Tribe
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Three-Dimensional Artifact/Object
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Created by Monica Walker-Scully, this coyote skull has been decorated with beads and is showcased in Qutekcak Native Tribe's main office. Photo and information provided by Qutekcak Native Tribe.
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Qutekcak , Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
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Digital
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Chugachmiut Heritage Local Education Coordinator, Nick Jordan, Seward, leading a community field trip.
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Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation, Qutekcak
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Book/Publication
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This book contains Daisy (Sheward) McCanna's earliest memories of her family's journey to Nancy Lake and Talkeetna. She and her siblings spent time at the Jesse Lee Home in Seward when their mother was hospitalized in tuberculosis and remained in Seward.