Religion

Last changed on Mon, 08/02/2021 - 10:08
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Community
Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
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Digital
Summary
This photograph captures a procession during Good Friday before Paska during the holy week. Paska week is called "Bright Week" in Nanwalek.
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Community
Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
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Three-Dimensional Artifact/Object
Summary
This spinning contraption is used to spin stars during Russian Christmas celebrations.
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Community
Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
Category
Three-Dimensional Artifact/Object
Summary
According to the Alutiiq Museum and Archeological Repository, peg calendars came into use when Sugpiaq people began following the Russian Orthodox tradition and needed to keep track of holidays and church calendar days.
Community
Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
Category
Digital
Summary
Maggie Totemoff sings a Russian Orthodox song in a Sugt'stun interview with Rhoda Moonin on June 30, 2010 where she talks about growing up in Old Chenega Bay.
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Community
Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
Category
Digital
Summary
Photo of the inside of the Nuuciq Spirit Camp church.
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Community
Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
Category
Digital
Summary
Photo of the inside of the Nuuciq Spirit Camp church.
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Community
Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation, Paluwik
Category
Digital
Summary
Students in the Christmas program at Port Graham School. Most of the students are unidentified at this point, however the child third from the left is Anna Sue Ukatish
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Community
Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation, Paluwik
Category
Digital
Summary
Students performing in a holiday play for Christmas celebrations in Paluwik.
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Community
Paluwik, Chugachmiut Heritage Preservation
Category
Digital
Summary
Left to Right: Feona Sawden, Alice Shura Meganack (Maiden Name), Polly Meganack (born Polly Moonin). This photo captures the women enjoying an after-church lunch at Larry and Polly Meganack's house in Port Graham around Easter time.