2 edition of People of Kauwerak found in the catalog.
People of Kauwerak
William A. Oquilluk
|Statement||by William A. Oquilluk. With the assistance of Laurel L. Bland.|
|Series||Alaska review -- no. 17.|
|Contributions||Bland, Laurel L.|
|LC Classifications||F901 .A375 no. 17, E99.E7 .A375 no. 17|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 242 p.|
|Number of Pages||242|
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The theoretical structure of the religion of the Netsilik and Iglulik / J. G. Oosten. Format Book Published [Meppel, Netherlands: Krips Repro, ] Description p. ; 24 cm. Thesis--Rijksuniversiteit. Notes Cover title. Summary in Dutch. Bibliography: p. Subject headings. GHOST TOWNS IN ALASKA Mary's Igloo, Alaska - The Inupiat village of Kauwerak was located about 15 mi downriver from Mary's Igloo. By , Kauwerak was abandoned and most of its residents moved to Teller or Nome because of schools and employment opportunities. Book Now. For anyone who is passionate about cultures, who loves foreign.
Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology Collection. Archaeology and anthropology are ways of knowing people, past and present. At MAA you can experience the diversity of people and cultures from around the world and throughout human history. Check out this great listen on themendocinoroofingnetwork.com The Eskimos in Alaska have a legend that they call "The year of no summer." One year, summer never came, winter just continued. No one could fish or hunt. And nothing could grow. The story is a creation myth. A few survivors were left to form w.
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Prologue: The Writing of this Book Chapter One: We Are of the Inupiat — The Northern Eskimos The First People. The People of Ekeuhnick's Time II. The People of Beeueoak's Time III. The People of Anayuhk's Time IV. The People of Kauwerak. The First Disaster. The Boyhood of Ekeuhnick II. Aungayoukuksuk Comes III.
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Book by Cited by: Aug 14, · People of Kauwerak is a summary of an Alaska Native elder describing the lands, legends and history of a tribe or muit from the region of Nome, Alaska. These oral traditions were People of Kauwerak book basis for this book by the elder William A.
Oquilluk with Laural L. Bland doing the transcription and editing for which I am grateful to both.4/5(1). A tremendous journal of legends of the people of Kauwerak. Living in Nome, and traveling over much of the country where this takes place gave me a deep sense of history for this corner of western Alaska/5.
Get this from a library. People of Kauwerak; legends of the northern Eskimo. [William A Oquilluk; Laurel L Bland] -- Collection of stories, myths and legends of the Eskimos of northern Alaska (Inupiat) as told to and transcribed by the author.
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Trent University Library Donation. Internet Archive themendocinoroofingnetwork.com: Sep 12, · “People get as mean as the weather,” she discovered, but they were also capable of great good.
Alaska Sourdough by Richard Morenus This Alaska adventure book is begins with 18 year old Slim Williams whose adventures span over 32 years in the the frozen wilderness.
People of Kauwerak: Legends of the Northern Eskimo. 2nd ed. Anchorage: Alaska Pacific University Press, x + pp. Maps, glossary. $ paper. It is remarkable that a 75 year old Eskimo man of very little western education used western methods to publish a book of history, beliefs, stories and legends of his people, the Kauweramuit of.
His stories that he had spent nearly twenty years recollecting and writing were all lost. All of these legends would have been lost if it hadn't been for author Laurel L.
Brand who convinced Willie to write his stories again which are now published as the book People of Kauwerak: Legends of the Northern Eskimo. The Legend of the Eagle. People of Kauwerak; legends of the northern Eskimo, by William A. Oquilluk. With the assistance of Laurel L.
Bland. Format Book Published [Anchorage, Alaska, AMU Press] Description xviii, p. illus. 24 cm. Other contributors Bland, Laurel L. Uniform series Alaska review no.
Subject headings Eskimos--Folklore. Iñupiat people are hunter-gatherers, as are most Arctic peoples.Iñupiat people continue to rely heavily on subsistence hunting and fishing. Depending on their location, they harvest walrus, seal, whale, polar bears, caribou, and fish.
Both the inland and coastal (Taġiumiut, i.e. Tikiġaġmiut) Iñupiat depend greatly on themendocinoroofingnetwork.comhout the seasons when they are available food staples also.
Books shelved as alaskana: The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey, Ordinary Wolves by Seth Kantner, Coming Into the Country by John McPhee, Into the Wild by Jon Kr. People of Kauwerak: Legends of the Northern Eskimo (), by William A. Oquilluk, contrib. by Laurel L. Bland (HTML at themendocinoroofingnetwork.com) EE7 P33 A Peep At the Esquimaux, or, Scenes on the Ice: To Which Is Annexed, A Polar Pastoral: With Forty Coloured Plates, From Original Designs (London and Dublin: Westley and Tyrrell, H.R.
Thomas, People of Kauwerak: Legends of the Northern Eskimo (), by William A. Oquilluk, contrib. by Laurel L. Bland (HTML at themendocinoroofingnetwork.com) Filed under: Aleuts -- Social life and customs.
Jun 18, · Dear Internet Archive Supporter, I ask only once a year: please help the Internet Archive today. ERIC ED The Northern Eskimos of Alaska. A Source Book. Item Preview a condensation of the book "People of Kauwerak"; and (10) an.
This book chronicles the author's 60 years of daring adventures and crusades. They range from being a fugitive from justice to a Texas prison reformer to a fighter for state highways in Alaska.
From headlines, magazine articles, and books here are her three lives described in detail. Language Arts Resources. Stories and Photographs of the Chugach Region Excerpts from the book compiled by John F.C. Johnson, Chugach Alaska Corporation, PEOPLE OF KAUWERAK: Legen ds of the Northern Eskimo, by William A.
Oquilluk. Songs of the Possum and Other Verses [Hardcover] by by Bill Mather-Brown and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at themendocinoroofingnetwork.com Prepared as a resource for Alaskan educators, this book is designed for any grade level or learning setting.
It provides the basis for teachers to develop their own appropriate units. Sections encompass: (1) an introduction to the interdisciplinary framework of this source book; (2) a background about the Eskimos of the world, the cultural divisions of Alaska, and the distinction between.
This book is a memorial to William Oquilluk, to one man's dedication to his personal ideals in response to the obligations imposed on him by his cultural heritage.-Excerpt from Laurel L.
Bland's forward to the book, People of the Kauwerak. Katherine Mills. Publication: Tlingit Thinking.condensation of the book "People of Kauwerak"; and () an annotated time line regarding Alaskan Eskimos. Films suggested for classroom use and bibliographies for .Fishhook manaq “fishhook” Language: Qawiaraq Iñupiaq.
So this [fishhook] probably saved a lot of people’s lives. —Oscar Koutchak, This ivory hook with a metal barb is for larger fish such as salmon and rockfish.