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https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0431.mp3
Ivy Raddi is telling stories and sharing memories of her younger days to include their many travels and lifestyles long ago. Part 1. To be continued.

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-1992-253-0418.mp3
Buster Kailek is telling old time stories of when he was a young man, of how people lived long ago, hunting, fishing, trapping, living off the land and sea, making and preserving traditional food harvested, and of their nomadic lifestyle, of their…

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-1992-253-0405b.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-1992-253-0403.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-1992-253-0394.mp3
Mary Kailek is storytelling of her many travels, of various people, of the types of animals harvested, of her concerns of the new wildlife officer’s regulations and governance during that era, clothing and other items made from animal skins, of…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0368b.mp3
William Kuptana is continuing the hunting stories with the polar bear and seal hunting with traditional hunting methods and homemade hunting tools and weapons, prior to Whiteman contact. Note: Story stops abruptly.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0368.mp3
William Kuptana is storytelling about his parents and siblings, who only had Inuvialuit names since they all passed away prior to the arrival of Europeans, and mentions that David Roland having his father’s Inuvialuktun name, , of learning how to…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0335.mp3
Alice Agnaoyak is continuing her stories of her younger days of polar bear hunting with her parents and her husband, of an airplane story, of food poisoning resulting in illnesses and deaths, and more. Part 3. To be continued.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0332.mp3
Mabel Steffanson is continuing to tell her life stories of her younger days of she and her family’s travels, of gathering eggs, fishing, a lot of deaths due to the big flu, of fun times, and more. Final, part 5.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0331.mp3
Mabel Steffanson is continuing to tell her life stories of her younger days of traveling to the Mackenzie Delta, of being happy to use her brother’s dog team, and more. Part 4. To be continued.

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0315.mp3
Albert Oliver (Niqsialuq) is telling stories about long ago of his parents, of Annaqtuuq, and others when they were living at Ukiivik, of fishing, trapping, and and hunting stories, including a beluga whale hunting story. Albert also tells of…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0308.mp3
Persis Gruben is telling her life stories of when she was younger of their travels with her parents then later with her husband, of her mom’s passing, of their homes, of the flu and of deaths, of various families at the various places they lived,…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0307.mp3
Persis Gruben is sharing her opinions of and comparing past lifestyle of Inuvialuit to present modern day Inuvialuit lifestyles in regards to transportation, sewage and garbage, influence of European lifestyles, hunting and wildlife, and traditional…

https://arrl-web002.artsrn.ualberta.ca/icrc/converted/COPE_Recordings/N-1992-253-0301.mp3
Persis Gruben is storytelling of her younger days, of a time when she didn’t see alcoholism amongst the people, of a fire where her family lost everything, of how people have changed and are not like how they were long ago: when people used to help…

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-1992-253-0278.mp3
Donald Kaglik is continuing to share stories of his memories of his younger days of when he’d tell stories to his friends while doing chores after returning from his trapline then proceeds to tell one of the legends he’d tell them. Donald then…

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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