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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 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 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.
Amos Tumma is sharing memories of his younger days of he and other’s travels and lifestyle long ago.
Mary Kailek is sharing more life stories from long ago of their travels, shares some funny stories, of clean ice water, of she and other’s having to go to Aklavik for their tooth extractions, arrival of the Hudson Bay Boat, the numerous tents, and…
Frank Kuptana is sharing more memories of his lifestyle after getting married, of when he and his wife’s travels and living on the the land, hunting, trapping, fishing, getting ice and wood, and tells stories of living the traditional life,…
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…
Inuvialuktun host, Ishmael Suuyuq Alunik, introduces William Kuptana who is storytelling about his lifestyle when he was a young man, of when Inuvialuit gathered together including their traditional hunting and fishing methods prior to Whiteman…
William Kuptana is storytelling about Kullaq, the very good polar bear hunter, of the first people, the Kangiryuarmiut, that started going to Ikaahuk (Sachs Harbour), Banksland, of the (Eastern Inuit) Qangmalit old timers who called it "Ikaahuk"…
Hester Adam is continuing her life stories of her younger days, of when she got married, of traveling for Christmas, of a young girl passing away, of trapping, and more.
Radio host Ishmael Suuyuk Alunik airs Agnes Nigiyok who is telling the story of when they were sailing accross the ocean and got shipwrecked on the A Long Time Ago program.
Persis Gruben is stortyelling about orphans, of various people and or families at various locations they lived at including the different homes they lived in. She also spoke of water and heating oil not being delivered to them but rather they would…
Sarah Kuptana continues to share more memories of her younger days of happy times, hard times, fearful times, then suffering with sickness that she did not know was TB (tuberculosis). She shares about how she was eventually transported by boat to…
Sarah Kuptana shares more memories of her younger days, of a very good life, of so much wildlife, fish, and the occasional staple food from the Hudson Bay, that no one would go hungry, and more, part 3. To be continued.
Sarah Kuptana continues storytelling about a good life, of the Hudson Bay Store, of her dad’s job, of getting a monthly rashion, of their travels, her parents illnesses, of various families, of fishing, hunting, and her first experiences of what…
Michael Amos is storytelling about when he and others were hauling freight to Ulukhaktok N.T. from Tuktoyaktuk, of their challenges, close call experiences during their boating journey, and stops along the way, on the A Long Time Ago program hosted…
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 who shares her personal life stories when she was a young married woman of plentiful caribou and happy times and also speaks of various hardships and sufferings such as abandonment, births, deaths, the big…
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