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  • Subject is exactly "Carving"

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Donald Kaglik is telling part 2 of the legend of The Moon Child, that he heard from his grandfather Ningaqsiq, on The Long Time Ago program hosted by Louie Goose.

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A photo of elder Aliknak Banksland sitting on a chair at a table having a cup of tea or coffee.

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A photo of Jimmy Memorana creating a piece of art.

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A photo of Leo Jacobs crafting a carving made out of wood in Port Chilkoot. The carving is an Alaska Indian Arts. The photo is an arctic winter games photo.

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The photo shows a couple of Carvings made by Leo Jacobs, displayed at Alaska Indian Arts in port Chilkoot.

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The photo shows a carving that displays a Killer Whale. The carving is an Alaskan Indian Arts.

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A photo of Johnny Avatock crafting a piece of art that looks like silver bracelets. The art displays Alaskan Indian Arts.

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The photo shows a couple of crafted silver bracelets made by Johnny Avatock, Alaska Indian Arts.

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The photo shows a few crafted silver bracelets made by Johnny Avatock, Alaska Indian Arts.

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The photo shows the detail of carving at the Alaska Indian Arts.

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The photo shows a couple of the Wall Hangings at the Alaska Indian Arts.

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A photo of Brenda Choate painting a wall hanging at the Alaska Indian Arts.

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A photo of Alex Banksland from Holman Island who is a Printmaker, sitting down making a print of some sort.

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A photo of Edwin Kasko carving a craft using wood at the Alaska Indian Arts.

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A photo of Edwin Kasko carving a craft made out of wood at the Alaska Indian Arts

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A photo of Susan Clayton painting a wall hanging at the Alaska Indian Arts.

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A photo of John Hagen carving a craft that is going to be made out of wood at the Alaska Indian Arts.

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A photo of an unfinished mask made by John Hagen at the Alaska Indian Arts, Inc.

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A photo of John Hagen getting ready to finish carving a mask at the Alaska Indian Arts.

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The photo shows Alice Kinavik from Coppermine and Lucy Oliktoak from Holman Island sitting and standing at a table with one of them carving soap stone.
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