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  • Subject is exactly "Legends"

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-1992-253-0291.mp3
Agnes Nanogak is telling three legends. The first legend is about Kattayatkut, the old lady and her grandson. The second legend is about the fox who kidnapped Ululina, and the third legend is about Kuplugyuaq, the only man that the sought after…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0999.mp3
Charlie Smith is continuing the legend of the wicked polar bear brothers, first in Iñupiatun then in English. Part 7. To be continued.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-1000.mp3
Charlie Smith is telling the legend of the wicked polar bear brothers, part 8, first in Iñupiatun then in English.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0995.mp3
Charlie Smith is telling a legend of how the sun and the moon came into being, part 1, told first in Iñupiatun then in English.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-1007.mp3
Charlie Smith is completing the legend of the seven brothers, part 6, first in Iñupiatun then in English.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-1006.mp3
Charlie Smith is telling the legend of the seven brothers part 4, first in Iñupiatun then in English. Note: The audio then airs Charlie starting part 6 around the 30:13 minute mark then ends abruptly.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-1005.mp3
Charlie Smith is telling the legend of the seven brothers, part 3. To be continued, first in Iñupiatun then in English. To be continued.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-1004.mp3
Charlie Smith is telling the legend of the seven brothers, part 1. To be continued, first in Iñupiatun then in English. To be continued.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0997.mp3
Charlie Smith is telling the legend about the medicine man who had put a bad spell on a married couple, first in Iñupiatun then in English. (An unrelated story starts after the main story ends and runs for a few minutes, then ends abruptly).

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-1003.mp3
Charlie Smith is completing the legend of the jealous uncle, part 6, in Iñupiatun then in English.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-1002.mp3
Charlie Smith is telling the legend of the jealous uncle, part 5, first in Iñupiatun then in English. To be continued. Note: The audio then airs Charlie starting part 6 around the 27:35 minute mark then ends abruptly.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-1001.mp3
Charlie Smith is telling part 4 of the legend of the jealous uncle, first in Iñupiatun then in English. To be continued

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0994.mp3
Charlie Smith is completing the legend of the girl who would not marry, first in Iñupiatun then in English. Final part 2.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0993.mp3
Charlie Smith is telling a legend of a girl who would not marry first in Iñupiatun then in English. Part 1. To be continued.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0998.mp3
Charlie Smith is completing the legend of the ghost of the reindeer man, first in Iñupiatun then in English. Final, part 2.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0406b.mp3
Mary Kailek is completing the legend from the previous legend, then tells a personal short story from when she was at Campsell Hospital, and ends with a legend that she heard from her friend Melanie from Taloyoak (Spence Bay) about a man who had five…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0406.mp3
Mary Kailek is telling more legends including of a man who could turn himself into other things to achieve his goals, of people living along the ocean shore, and more. Part 3. To be continued.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0405b.mp3
Mary Kailek is continuing (repeating initial part of the story) a legend from the previous story where the daughter refuses to marry a man, then tells a short personal story of an unusual sighting from her younger days, followed by a First Nations…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0229.mp3
John Holman, host of the A Long Time Ago program, airs Raddi Koiksak telling short stories and legends followed by Jorgen Klengenberg telling old time stories.
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