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A photo of three young men in traditional clothing standing in front of a snowhouse. The photo includes the “Chicksi and sons”: William Saumik, Gerard Chick-sigaluk, and Tommy Niulurana.

A photo of the midnight sun over some hills with a bay of water in the foreground.

A photo of Harry Taliriktuk, Ernest Donovan, Mr. Webster (Anglican minister), and Victor Ikutaq (Rufu Niriunaq’s husband) sitting on a loaded sled.

A photo of Nerriuna, H. Coll in traditional clothes.

A photo of Charlie Rowan (Hudson Bay Co. manager), McIsaak (Canalaska manager), and David Bernhardt standing on rocks.

A photo of Hiruna (Susie Tiktalik's brother, Annie Kunana's husband) standing in front of a snow house.

A photo of a group of people at Fort Brabant (now part of Ulukhaktok). The photo was taken at Kuyuaqria (Minto Inlet). The photo includes (back to front): Qaruna (Sarah’s father’s older sister), Inuktalik (Qaruna’s husband), C. Rowan, Qauluaq,…

A photo of Quyeraetuk (Imirak’s younger brother) and Katauyaq (Philip Haogak’s brother (?) (different dad) Uniyaq’s son) standing beside each other near a cabin.

A photo of a man wearing traditional clothes, including traditional snow goggles. In the background there are a dog sled team and a cabin. Iligait is captured in the photo.

A photo of Fred Carpenter and Simon Bennett beaching the schooner Blue Fox.

A photo of the schooners Blue Fox, Nanuk, and Shamrock in a bay.

A photo of a camp with two tent frames in the springtime.

A photo of a few buildings at a Hudson’s Bay Company post in Walker Bay, Northwest Territories.

A photo of the schooner Blue Fox at Canalaska post at Walker Bay, Northwest Territories. The schooner was unable to reach mainland after spending winter 1932-33 on Banks Island, and the party left furs and note in exchange for supplies.

A photo of Frank and Lucy Carpenter drying fish at Ulukhaktok (Holman).

A photo of Simon Bennett and Fred Carpenter in front of the schooner Blue Fox at Ulukhaktok (formerly known as Holman).

A photo of a winter trapping camp with numerous furs airing out at Ulukhaktok (formerly known as Holman).

Kudluk family photographed on the way to Holman.
Agnes Nanogak is storytelling of some of she and her family’s many travels, of living in various places, and of of some of their experiences such as when her father fell in water and nearly froze to death, of when he made his own kayak boat with…
CHAK’s A Long Time Ago host Louie Goose introduces Jim Wolki and Father Le Meur where Jim is telling part four of The Long Crossing story in English. To be continued.
Alexandria Elias interviews Susie Tiktalik about her life stories prior to being married, of their nomadic lifestyle, traditions, superstitions, hunting methods, traditional food, gatherings, clothing and tools, means of transportation, shamans,…
This is a video of Edith Haougak and an unidentified female Elder. They talk about what their lives were like when they were growing up, where they lived, and what the people did to survive on the land.
This is a video of Elder Edith Haogak talking about her life. She shares stories that she was told when she was young, talks about travelling across the land with her family, and explains how they survived on the land.
Agnes White interviews Edith Haogak who is also storytelling about their lifestyle and traditional land use areas when she was younger including stories about her parents, and more. Audio fades in and out sometimes.
The interview was already in progress with Jimmy Memogana and Agnes White about his lifestyle long ago beginning with when they were flying over Jimmy’s traditional land use areas. Jimmy also shares historical stories on location. Audio is…
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