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Andy Cockney is storytelling about his hunting and trapping days and travels from when he was a teenager followed by Laura Kangegana who is sharing memories and telling stories from when she was a young girl. Bert also interviews Laura about their…
Edgar Kotokak and Andy Cockney are telling oldtime stories including their lifestyle stories while speaking with the unidentified interviewer.
Frank Cockney is speaking with unidentified interviewer about his lifestyle long ago from his younger days followed by Andy Cockney who also shares personal lifestories from his younger days. Another unidentified speaker occasionally adds to the…
Cathy Cockney interviews Jean Arey about her family genealogy.
The first part of this video shows images of different people who have passed on. The second part of the video shows people at Shingle Point playing different games and drum dancing.
Long Time Ago host Ishmael Alunik is telling a story of being born and raised in the Yukon near the Alaskan border before moving to the Mackenzie Delta.
Long Time Ago host Ishmael Alunik is telling stories of his family’s traditional knowledge teachings after residential school living, of his travels, and more personal stories.
Long Time Ago host, Ishmael Alunik is telling historical stories of the Inupiat and the Inuvialuit who lived and traveled along the Yukon North Slope prior to European contact and after contact and prior to written maps and modern borders of today.
Host of A Native Voice Edward Lennie provides local and regional news then Kenneth Peeloolook, Tommy Kalinek, and Amos Paul speak with Edward Lennie about their upcoming Drum Dance Performances at the Northern Games event.
Elder Amos Tumma is storytelling about when boats were iced in, when bowhead whaling season was done, of their travels, of trapping and hunting, then continuing their sailing journey after the winter, and making their way to the trading posts to…
Elder Amos Tumma is telling stories of hunting, fishing, trapping, and his many travels and how he and others lived long ago as well as the many changes.
Host of the A Long Time Ago program, Louie Goose airs Mark Noksana who shares his memories of his reindeer herding experiences. Mark speaks of when they were herding the reindeer from Alaska in the early 1930’s. Part 1, To be continued.
Kenneth Peeloolook continues his storytelling from 1902 and 1921, of their travels, adventures, caribou hunting experiences, drumming, singing, and dancing, arrival of the White Bowhead Whalers, along with alcohol, mining, employment, and much more, …
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…
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.
Mary Kailek is storytelling about her life stories from her younger days, of her father, of her grandfather, of some comical stories, of trading piffi (dryfish) for staples with the police who arrived by boat, of various visitors, of learning how to…

The image shows the remains of log cabin in King Point

The image shows the remains of log cabin in King Point.

The image shows an entrance of log cabin in King Point.

A photo of an entrance of log cabin in King Point.

A photo of Renie Arey and Fred Inglangasuk by helicopter.

The image shows an old log cabin in King Point.

Log cabin at King Point

Log cabin at King Point

Aerial view of two log cabins south end of King Point, Yukon coast.
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