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https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0478.mp3
Mary Kailek is telling a legend of young girls who were kidnapped followed by personal life stories of her younger days. Part 1. To be continued.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0469.mp3
Inserts from Indigenous language programs: speakers include Kenneth Peeloolook?, Edward Lennie, Neil Collin, Roddy Peters with Inuvialuktun show Host Victor Allen who is also providing news and messages and announcements in Inuvialuktun. Radio…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0461b.mp3
The Gwich’in speaking ends then the language switches to English with Roddy Peters at the 17:41 minute mark about the concerns and needs for improvement in his community.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0427.mp3
Frank Cockney continues interviewing Tom Avakgak about more of his lifestyle memories from his younger days, during the late 1930’s and early 1940’s, including of residential school then life after returning home from residential school then…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0425.mp3
Frank Cockney interviews Tom Avakgak about his lifestyles memories from his younger days beginning in the early1930’s. Part 1. To be continued.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0424.mp3
Frank Cockney continues his final conversations with Freeman Kimiksana about past lifestyles and present lifestyle and cultural changes including traditional education versus modern education and employment, along with new government laws and hunting…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0414b.mp3
Mary Kailek is telling life stories and shares her mom's words of wisdom to her and her father before her mom’s passing, of her travels including when traveling with Sarah and Lennie Inglangasuk, the many people and tents at Tapqaq (Shingle Point),…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0413.mp3
Mary Kailek is continuing her life stories sharing more memories of when she was younger when her dad worked with the Hudson Bay Company, when her mom would be sewing, of the rat sunday services, of her travels with her parents, of various people, of…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0410b.mp3
Mary Kailek is continuing to share her memories from the previous story, of the supply ships that arrived with an abundance of food followed by feasting with gathering of Gwich’in, Inuvialuit, and Caucasians, of court, of her father working for…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0410.mp3
Mary Kailek is storytelling of when they were at Avvaq, of various people, of mourning for her uncle Kimiksan, of her relations with others, of their travels including to Tuktoyaktuk and then to Aklavik, of her parents, and shares more fond memories…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0409b.mp3
Mary Kailek is continuing to share her memories from 1942 and 1943 of: she and her family’’s activities such as hunting, trapping, of various people, of their travels, of going to Aklavik for Easter, Peffer’s Hotel, Banksland people who flew to…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0404.mp3
Mary Kailek is storytelling of when she was younger living with her parents, of various people, of her sister Annie’s birth, of when the schooners arrived and her dad purchased a record player for her, of their travels, of living at various…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0403.mp3
Mary Kailek is storytelling of the fall of 1930 when she went to Utqaluk (Baillie Island) and of some who went to Pierce Point where there were many Eastern Inuit living there at that time, of stories she heard of Eastern Inuit and shamanism, and of…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0397.mp3
Mary Kailek is storytelling from the 1937 era, of when she was doing a lot of sewing, of visitors and listening to storytelling in the evenings, of their travels for Christmas and New Years, stories of her dad and Joe trapping and hunting stories, of…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0395.mp3
Mary Kailek is sharing more memories of her younger days of when she gave birth to her son, of her siblings who were on their way to residential school when her younger brother Donald Kaglik got hurt, of when her dad started trapping after he was…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0388.mp3
Frank Kuptana is telling old time stories of how people lived long ago of how people hunted, fished, and gathered for their food long ago, living a totally traditional lifestyle compared to today with help now a days from the government, with people…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0376.mp3
Bessie Lennie is continuing her stories of when they lived on Banks Island with her relatives and with her husband and their one child, of their travels during summer and or winter, of other’s visiting and traveling with their ships, of hunting,…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0365.mp3
Frank Cockney is storytelling of when he was working for the oil company in Tuktoyaktuk, of his holidays, and of when he’d work on first winter road construction in 1967, of working with Caucasion people, of when he began working for the land…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0364.mp3
Frank Cockney is storytelling of when they first went to Tuktoyaktuk, mentioning all the families that he recalls who had homes there and some of the families that moved on including the then Anglican minister Jim Edwards Sr., Frank says the houses…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0363.mp3
Frank Cockney is continuing his stories of the shift work that he was doing as a camp attendant at the oil company in Tuktoyaktuk, of when he and Saumik would walk to work since they lived in Tuk, until he bought a skidoo then he’d drive to work,…
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