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https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0384.mp3
Frank Kuptana is storytelling about his earliest memories of traveling alone with his mother who was packing him, of hard times and good times, of his mom remarrying, of the gatherings, games, visiting, and dances, of their homes built, of hunting,…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0383.mp3
Frank Kuptana is storytelling from when he started remembering when he was young of his way of life and culture long ago of their travels, of traditional hunting methods, fishing, of traditional clothing, of traditional food, of the fun drum dances,…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0380.mp3
Agnes Nanogak is telling three stories. The first story is about two siblings who lost their parents and are living alone, followed by another story of man traveling on the river and fishing and is baffled because he keeps hearing a voice singing a…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0377.mp3
Bessie Lennie is telling stories of how she loved traveling around with her husband such as when they chartered a plane to Glenale, Victoria Island and lived alone there until their friends, the Inuktaliks, joined them later. She also talks of how…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0375.mp3
Bessie Lennie is storytelling of when they first went to Ikaahuk, Banks Island when she was a young girl, of their’s and other’s travels for hunting, fishing, Easter, Christmas, of sharing and trading with visitors, of the traditional clothing…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0374.mp3
Bessie Lennie is telling a stories about her family and the way they lived long ago with her family and older sister's family, the Kuptanas, of their travels, of when caribou was hunted for food, for caribou skins, for sinew, of when they were hiking…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0329.mp3
Mabel Steffanson is continuing to tell her life stories of her younger days. Part 3. To be continued.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0328.mp3
Mabel Steffanson is continuing to tell her life stories of her younger days. Part 2. To be continued.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0327.mp3
Mabel Steffanson is telling her life stories of her birth place, her family members, their travels, and more followed by Tommy Thrasher narrating the English version of Mabel’s stories. Part 1. To be continued.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0322.mp3
Joe Nasogaluak is storytelling about his life stories during the year 1925.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0321.mp3
Joe Nasogaluak is continuing and completing his storytelling about his life stories during the year of 1924.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0320.mp3
Joe Nasogaluak is storytelling about his life stories during the year 1924 including when he was sick that year with the flu. Part 1. To be continued. Note: The audio is very low so it’s hard to hear what he is saying for the last ten to eleven…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0319.mp3
Joe Nasogaluak is completing his life stories from September 1923 when he was nineteen years old. Final Part 2.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0318.mp3
Joe Nasogaluak is storytelling about his life stories from September 1923. Note: the volume starts fading about half way through to becoming barely audible for the last six to seven minutes then story abruptly ends. Part 1. To be continued.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0300.mp3
Persis Gruben continues storytelling about she and other’s experiences at the residential school at Tapqaq (Shingle Point) and also mentions other’s experiences at Hay River, Northwest Territories, including their English language barrier, the…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0299.mp3
Persis Gruben continues to tell stories of she and her family’s travels, of various families and people, of the big houses belonging to the police and Hudson’s Bay, of various the types of homes that Inuvialuit lived in, of the big flu that…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0298.mp3
Persis Gruben continues to tell stories of her life experiences of when she was young living and travelling with her parents and siblings, of a gunshot accident, of hunting and trapping stories, of traditional first aid and healing methods, of a…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0296.mp3
Persis Gruben continues storytelling about her younger days with her parents, of she and her family’s many travels, of fishing, hunting and gathering for food when living a traditional nomadic life,. She also speaks of fatal illness, of when the…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0295.mp3
Persis Gruben continues to tell of her life experiences of when she was younger, of their travels, of fishing and hunting, of various families, of traditional food, of getting staple supplies for the winter, of her sister Winnie’s accident and when…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0268.mp3
A Long Time Ago host, Louie Goose introduces Donald Kaglik who is telling the legend of The Boy who Found the Lost Tribe of the Caribou and Beluga Whale, part 2 and part 3
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