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  • Agayuliyararput: Our Way of Making Prayer - The first exhibition of Native Alaskan Yup'ik material presented from a Yup'ik perspective. Includes photos of the masks, lessons learned, and audios and videos.
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  • Alaska Native Knowledge Network - Designed to serve as a resource for compiling and exchanging information related to Alaska Native knowledge systems and ways of knowing.
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  • Alaska Native Language Center - Center for the study of Eskimo and Northern Athabaskan languages at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. ANLC works to document and promote the twenty Native languages of Alaska.
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  • Alaska Native Villages - Features information and maps on the tribes, development corporations, and regionally-organized links.
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  • Alaska Native/Native American Bibliography - Present day circumstances of Alaska Native societies as a part of the social, historical, and political fabric of the United States.
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  • Alaska Natives Online - Tlingit and Haida resource page with information on current events, culture, and history.
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  • An Alutiiq Dance - Each fall, after the end of salmon fishing and the berry harvest, the Alutiiq people of southern coastal Alaska held a series of festivals and spiritual ceremonies. Description of a dance and photos of art.
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  • Alutiiq Museum - Information about the museum, the Alutiiq language, and Kodiak's cultural history.
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  • Always Getting Ready - Describes the Yup'ik Eskimo and their land with James H. Barker photographs of their annual subsistence cycle.
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  • The Arctic Studies Center - Native people, scholars, and museum associates work together on a broad range of research. Includes art and cultural history.
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  • ChiefEzi.Net - Provides information for and about the history and culture as pertaining primarily to the Dena'ina of upper Cook Inlet. features editorial opinions, news archive, memorials, and photos.
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  • Dig Afognak Archaeological Expedition - A participatory archaeological field camp in Alaska on Afognak Island. Learn about the prehistoric and historic lifeways of the Alutiiq people and the landscape that shaped their lives and culture.
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  • The Gwich'in of Alaska and Canada - The people of the caribou occupy the southern slopes of the Brooks Range, brief history, photo, map, traditional management practices, and international caribou agreement.
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  • Huna Heritage Foundation - To perpetuate Huna culture and promote education for present and future generations of Huna People.
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  • Language Map and Index - Map listing the different areas of Alaskan Native languages.
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  • A Primer on Alaska Native Sovereignty by Douglas K. Mertz - Native legal claims to the sovereign right to control their own communities and their own tribal members.
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  • The Russian Church and Native Alaskan Cultures - Dr. Vyacheslav Ivanov, one of the foremost linguists of our day, reviews and evaluates the Alaskan Russian Church Archives.
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  • Second "We the People" Alaska Native March - March for recognition of native rights. Photos from May 5, 1999, in Anchorage.
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  • Smithsonian Institution - Alaska Native Collections - Mask from the lower Yukon River of Alaska, represents one way that Alaskan native peoples honor the animals on which they depend.
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  • To Philly, From Alaska w/love - Daily life from inside the a traditional Native Alaskan Eskimo village. Subsistence hunting remains fundamental to survival.
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  • Tradition and Transcendance in Russian America - (Re)constructing identity in the ancient world. An archaeological approach to identity in colonial contexts. Scholars have argued that the Alutiiq of the Kodiak archipelago have been present as a north Pacific indigenous culture for the last 7,000 years.
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  • William J. Fisher Collection - Heritage and Identity of the Alutiiq People. The exhibition is being researched and planned at the Arctic Studies Center in Anchorage, in partnership with the Alutiiq Museum in Kodiak.
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