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Elisa Hart and Don Gardner discuss artifacts and the survival of Kitigaaryuit, the traditional whaling camp west of Tuktuyuktuk.
Elder Joe Nasogaluak Sr. reaches back into his memory to inform on the cultural artifacts of Kitigaaryuit. The video ends with Audrea Loreen discussing commercial art and musical performance.
A video of elders Rosie Albert, Jimmy Komeak, Jimmy Gordon, Adam Emahok, Annie Emahok, Annie C. Gordon, David Roland, Olga Roland, and Stanley Keevik telling stories about their families' experiences herding reindeer.
This video shows interviews with Elders Joe Nasogalliak, Raddi Koiksak, Silas Kangegana, Emmanuel Felix, Joseph Avik, Sam Raddi, and Freeman Kimiksana from Tuktoyakuk who have all passed on. They each tell short stories from their lives.
Elders including Charles Arnold and Joe Nasagaluak visit and talk about Kitigaaryuit.
A Long Time Ago’s CHAK host Louie Goose airs the final Part 2 of a 1957 recording by Bernard Brown who interviews Jake Jacobson of Aklavik, N.T. Jake is telling stories about his life and some of his experiences when he was trapping and living in…
Native Language Programming airs Donald Ir̂ituagayuk Sakiitualuq Kuvlualuk Kaglik and Felix Nuyaviak telling short old time stories. Donald is telling a comical story about the lost ring and Felix is is reminscing about how the many people of…
A Long Time Ago host Ishmael Alunik airs Elder Ralph Kimiksana who is storytelling. Ralph is telling a several short legends and ends with drum songs.
Raddi Kowichuk and Felix Nuyaviak are telling stories of long ago from around 1910 or 1911 and also sing some Alaskan and other drum songs on the A Long Time Ago program.
A Native Voice host Edward Lennie provides community and regional news and an interview with Felix Nuyaviak.
Host of A Native Voice Edward Lennie provides local and regional news then interviews Felix Nuyaviak about bowhead and beluga whaling long ago as well as how Tuktuur̂aqtuuq got it’s name and how Inuvialuit were able to tell time without modern…
Host of A Native Voice Edward Lennie provides local and regional news then Tumma tells a story of when there were hardly an White people and the Mackenzie Delta started getting more populated. The fur trading stores were also starting up in the…
Host of A Long Time Ago Ishmael Alunik airs Joe Nasogaluak’s life stories between 1928 and 1929.
Joe Nasogaluak is storytelling a story that was already in progress about first encounters with White people that arrived on a big boat. He is also telling stories about explorer Stefansson’s Expedition to the North and his interactions and…
Joe Nasogaluak is storytelling a story that was already in progress about Caucasion bowhead whale hunters and more Caucasion people arriving, and about the many ways that Inuvialuit ways of life have changed since then.
A Long Time Ago host Ishmael Alunik airs Joe Nasogaluak storytelling. Joe is storytelling about his younger days between December and January 1927
Felix Nuyaviak is telling about how the Inuvialuit lived a different life that he witnessed long ago when he was a boy followed by Kenneth Peeloolook who sends greetings then speaks personally to his daughter, part 1. To be continued.
Elder Johnny Ruben is storytelling about how Inuvialuit people lived long ago, always busy preparing for hunting and fishing, and preserving food to last for the year, Christmas gatherings, and more.
Elder Johnny Ruben is completing his storytelling, part two, of his parents and grandparents travels, hunting, and trapping stories.
Johnny Ruben is telling a story about an old lady and her grandson who were abandoned and left for dead.
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