Pratt Museum staff traveled to Nanwalek, Port Graham and Seldovia to interview Elders that had visited their ancestral archaelogical site, as well as other who might share memories of a time when their ancestors traveled and lived along the gulf coast.
This book compiles black and white snapshots of Alaska life, such as images of traditional attire, traditional subsistence activities, and wildlife from around the state. The images are accompanied by descriptive captions.
This transcript features brief interviews with Mary Babic (Cordova) and Herman Moonin (Port Graham) and lengthy discussions about various art activities taking place. Denise Wallace describes techniques in jewelry making and the significance of symbols.
Tells the story of master weaver and Haida Elder Delores Churchill as she seeks to understand the origins of a spruce root hat found in a retreating glacier. The video addresses topics such as the meaning of connection, knowledge and ownership.