Culture and History Videos
Newlin & Booth: The Importance of Documenting Inupiaq Knowledge
John Stalker: First Missionaries
Joe Sun: Marriage, Schooling, Senior Center
Clara Lee: The Value of a Good Woman
String Games: 1976 Elders Conference
Shungnak: A Village Profile (1985)
A look into the village of Shungnak with interviews with community leaders in 1985
At Summer Camp 1
Frank Jones explains the cultural importance of sharing and living a subsistence lifestyle with family.
Della Keats Obituary
Della Keats, Renown Native Doctor, provides a warning to all not to smoke, as she is dying from cancer. 1986
Alaskan Native Cultures: The Shape of Things to Come, Part 1
The Future of Alaskan Native Cultures: Host, Nellie Moore. 1987
Alaskan Native Cultures: The Shape of Things to Come, Part 2
To Our Health, the Future of Health Care in Rural Alaska: Host, Nellie Moore. 1987
Alaskan Native Cultures: The Shape of Things to Come, Part 3
Reading Writing and Revenues, The Future of Native Education in Rural Alaska. Host Nellie Moore. 1987
Alaskan Native Cultures: The Shape of Things to Come, Part 4
After the Boom Busts, The Future of the Rural Alaskan Economy. Host Nellie Moore. 1987
Shungnak in 1937
Video of Outside Activities including work for the community and for fun. Movie shot by the School teacher who spent the year teaching in Shungnak in 1937
Serpentine Hotsprings Iyat
Serpentine Hotsprings are used for relaxing and healing, located in the central part of the Seward Peninsula. Native healers Della Keats and Andrew Skin are featured. 1982
Alaska Native Land Claims
A documentary film produced in 1974 presenting the work done by Willie Hensley and other native leaders to make the Alaska Native Land Claims reality.
Robert Newlin, Chairman of the Board
The late Robert Newlin served as Chairman of the Board of NANA Corp and is revered as having been a great leader in Northwest Arctic. 1982
John Schaeffer Addresses the Elders
John Schaeffer, then CEO of NANA addresses the elders at the 1981 Elders' Conference in Kotzebue.
Inupiaq Literacy Series with Tatquvin, Ruth Sampson
Ruth Sampson, Tatquvin, was Director of the Bilingual Program in the School District for many years. Here she provides a series of short programs teaching non-speakers the basics of the Inupiaq language.
Inupiat Eskimo Healing
Native Contemporary Inupiat Healing as it was practiced over 35 years ago in the Northwest Arctic region, demonstrated by Native Healers in Noorvik.
Only the Elder's Knowledge Can Save Inupiaq Ways
Elder's Advice on Family Unity
NANA 1981 Regional Women's Conference Part 1
NANA 1981 Women's Conference Part 2