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Model Qayaq 1 (1).jpg
Community
Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
Category
Three-Dimensional Artifact/Object
Summary
Loaned to Chugachmiut by Jim Ujoka, this model qayaq reflects the construction and artistry of a traditional Alaskan qayaq.
Community
Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation, Taatiillaaq
Category
Digital
Summary
David Totemoff Sr. talks about the qayaq paddles from his apaa (grandfather).
Community
Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
Category
Document
Summary
A contextualized review of artifacts relating to traditional hunting practices with a focus on the traditional technology that enabled hunters to harvest seals.
amulet1.jpg.jpg
Community
Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
Category
Three-Dimensional Artifact/Object
Summary
A clay carving of a sea otter in characteristic feeding posture, on its back with hands raised to mouth. Artist Unknown.
Community
Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
Category
Book/Publication
Summary
This instructor manual includes activities designed specifically for students in Alaska with education activities relating to shelter, signals, water, food, survival kits, cold water survival skills, rescue techniques, fire building, and more.
Community
Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
Category
Book/Publication
Summary
This book provides step-by-step instructions on how to build a plywood kayak. The work includes a brief history of the kayak, how to choose the right kayak for your needs and skill level, details of all the necessary tools, materials, and more.
Community
Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation, Qutekcak
Category
Book/Publication
Summary
This Kenai Fjords National Park Historic Resource Study investigates the history and development of the Kenai Fjords National Park area over a significant time period.
Community
Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
Category
Book/Publication
Summary
Told from a child's perspective, this book recounts a family's adventure on an Alaskan river, the traditional snacks they enjoy, and the Alaskan landscape they pass through.
Community
Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
Category
Book/Publication
Summary
This children's book follows the adventure of Alutiiq youth Kuuku and Tanqiq as they travel far from home. The book includes Alutiiq vocabulary words in every chapter and features descriptions of Kodiak's natural habitat and Alutiiq culture and history.
Community
Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
Category
Book/Publication
Summary
This book follows a girl "Tahita" and her grandfather as they travel from the Aleutians to the Arctic in 1898 by foot and by kayak. The book brings readers through traditional lands and introduces readers to elements of different Alaska Native cultures
Community
Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
Category
Book/Publication
Summary
This colorful children's book is a work of non-fiction in which the first traditional chief of the Alaska Interior, David Salmon, tells about his childhood adventures and traditional life in the Alaska wilderness.
Community
Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
Category
Book/Publication
Summary
This children's book tells the story of a young child who learns to find strength after the loss of her mother by going to an Alaskan river every day to watch for the figure of a girl in a kayak that her grandfather carved.