Alaska Native Language Archive

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Identifier:KU972Mi1998
Title Cassette Tapes Recorded by Craig Mishler
Description:
Series 1: Cassette tapes recorded by Craig Mishler
1. Helen Tritt: Recorded in Venetie August 31, 1994 with Kenneth Frank.
Side A: Story of the Di'haa Gwich'in and discussion of the woman named Bebe who lived in and around Arctic Village circa 1900.
Side B: Discussion of how the 3 Gwich'in clans operated.
2. Natalie Erick #1: Recorded in Fort Yukon November 20, 1972.
Side A: Adventures of Sagitsak.
Side B: Shanat'i and genealogy of family.
3. Natalie Erick #2: Recorded in Fort Yukon June 19-20, 1976.
Side A: Story of Ko'etan and 3 songs.
4. Natalie Erick #2: translation by Bill Stevens 3-19-1978.
Side A: Story of Ko'etan and 3 songs.
5. Nina Peterson, : Recorded in Fort Yukon June, 1976. Natalie Erick #2: Recorded in Fort Yukon June, 1976.
Side A: NP Reminiscing; NE 3 songs.
6. Frank Ginnis John: Recorded in Fort Yukon May 29, 1986.
Side A: Shahnyaati's death, autobiographical, birch creek knoll, Indian houses.
Side B: Indian foods, William and Esa's Loola, Yaadii basketball team, Indian astronomy.
7. Gwich'in Church Service: Recorded in Venetie April 15, 1973 at Good Shepherd Episcopal Church.
Side A: Rev. Paul Tritt, Hymns, scripture reading, prayers in Takudt, sermon.
8. Gwich'in Show CHON-FM (Ruth Carroll radio announcer): Recorded in Whitehorse November 1-2, 1988.
9. Gwich'in Show CHON-FM (Ruth Carroll radio announcer)
Recorded in Whitehorse June 2, 1989.
10. Isaac Tritt: Recorded in Arctic Village June 11, 1988 at First Gathering.
Side A: Story of the Dihai Gwich'in tribal history with summary translation by Sarah James.
11. Moses Sam #1: Recorded in Arctic Village May 29, 1996.
Side A: History of Tsuk'oo and Gahtsik life at Tl'oo Thoo Van.
Side B: Sam Peter stories, times of starvation.
12. Moses Sam #2: Recorded in Arctic Village January 1, 1997.
Side A: Fiddle Music: Gregory Gilbert- fiddle, Bobby Gilbert- bass and drums, Albert Gilbert- rhythm guitar, Stephen Frost- rhythm guitar.
Side B: Square dance calls.
13. Trimble Gilbert #1 (Historic Sites, NPS Grant):Recorded in Arctic Village August 30, 1998.
Side A: At historic sites along the Upper Chandalar River above Arctic Village in Gwich'in.
Side B: Continued.
14. Trimble Gilbert #2 (Historic Sites, NPS Grant): Recorded in Arctic Village area September 1, 1998.
Side A: At historic sites along the Upper Chandalar River above Arctic Village in Gwich'in.
Side B: Continued.
15. Martha Flett #1: Recorded in Fort Yukon August 6, 1972.
Side A: Story (see Flett PDF).
Side B: Continued
16. Martha Flett #2: Recorded in Fort Yukon August 13, 1972.
Side A: Man-killing bear.
Side B: Oolt'i (Starts at 100) makes war.
17. Martha Flett #1 translation by Moses Paul Gabriel.
18. Mary Frank: Recorded in Venetie June 13, 1997.
Side A: Gwich'in narrative: Family history at Tsuk'oo during the 1960's.
19. Hamel Frank (with Mary Frank present): Recorded in Venetie September 22, 1996.
Side A: Memories of Tsuk'oo Tee'itree and Gahtsik.
Side B: Memories of gold camp.
20. Nathaniel Frank (dubbed from videotape): Recorded in Venetie June 14, 1992.
History of Venetie and old Robert, 1927 USGS survey, Gold camp, John Fredson.
21. Abraham Henry Sr.: Recorded at Ts'ukoo June 11, 1997.
Side A: Discussion of Tsuk'oo, Tee'itree, and trails. Mixed Gwich'in and English.
Side B: Continued.
22. John Erick Jr. and Ellen Henry: Interviewed at K'ahtsik and Dachuu by Craig Mishler.
Ellen Henry Interviewed by Judy Erick at K'ahtsik June 12, 1997.
Side A: Interview.
Comments
1972-1998.
Gwich'in Field Recordings. Donated to the Alaska Native Language Archive August 13, 2012.
Contributors Mishler, Craig (interviewer)
Frank, Kenneth (speaker)
Tritt, Helen (speaker)
Erick, Natalie (speaker)
Peterson, Nina (speaker)
John, Frank (speaker)
Carroll, Ruth (speaker)
Tritt, Isaac (speaker)
Sam, Moses (speaker)
Gilbert, Trimble (speaker)
Flitt, Martha (Flett) (speaker)
Frank, Mary (speaker)
Frank, Hamel (speaker)
Frank, Nathaniel (speaker)
Erick, John (speaker)
Henry, Abraham Sr. (speaker)
Henry, Ellen (speaker)
Date1998
Type Sound
Format audio/x-wav
Coverage
Fort Yukon, Venetie, Arctic Village, Alaska
Restrictions
Contact author for access.
Subject Language(s) Gwich'in


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