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#2 Story Telling 1991 Camp Kolghosi [Copy]
Title:
#2 Story Telling 1991 Camp Kolghosi [Copy]
ID:
AHF01-0001-01
Online:
No
Archive:
C'ek'aedi Hwnax Ahtna Regional Linguistic and Ethnographic Archive  (see archive description)
Description:
Ahtna name: how it came about Chitina people Copper River people – Ahtna Koht’aene Cordova Indians – Eyaak taene Clans – Udzisyu clan - Caribou clan Taltsiine clan – Morrie Secondchief, Leona Johns, Ruth Johns Dad, Markle Pete Naltsiine clan – Ina Lincoln, Harry Johns Dad Clans never married same clans. Engii C’ela’yuu – Fishtail clan C’ec’alayuu – Minto/Tanana Tsisyu - Paint clan: Harry Johns, Ałtse’naey – married each other/mixed people Dene’ gige’- Eklutna taene’ – first people to bring Naltsiine to Copper River Games: Stick game – eight sticks, have to most of the sticks to win. Have to catch as many as you can. Drop sticks from air. Dembaa – checkers – same thing but different playing Ball – made out of moss or anything but rocks Preserving blueberries or anything – dug hole in ground, put birch bark around the hole and then covered. Root cellar. Fish and meat were smoked dry – Dry meat Survival methods – Go out to woods get a moose, take out bones and dry meat/pack back into camp/ put in cache – same for fish Drying fish – cut fish, fillet, put on rack, smoke for a few days, turn fish every other day. To bale fish – 40 dried fish put together and tied off with roots or branch No fish wheel until 1912 – first one built by Harry Johns’ brother Frank Carrol Half dried fish (ba’ szdlaedzi) – do same as dried fish but taken down earlier War – Aleuts came and burned people’s houses Houses – Long time ago they didn’t have houses – houses made out of birch bark – winter time used moss, lots of moss Teach children to respect elders When visiting you had to sit down, no running around Children not allowed to go to potlatch Children don’t step on plastic tarp used for potlatch blankets Songs: Tlingit song, Drinking song by Buster Gene, Gha' thla and he'hay do ii Ahtna alphabet by Ruth Johns Aleut war story by Frank Stickwan translated by Ben Neeley How children are taught obedience Clans. Language as given: aht
Content language:
Ahtena
English
Subject language:
Ahtena
English
Language family:
Indo-European
Germanic
Athapascan
North American Indian
Na-Dene
Other date:
1900-01-01
Other format:
Digitised: 0; Media: compact cassette; Media description: JVC GI-90, normal position, IEC/Type 1,
Other rights:
standard
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Archive: C'ek'aedi Hwnax Ahtna Regional Linguistic and Ethnographic Archive
Online: No
Subject language: Ahtena
Subject language: English
Language family: Athapascan
Language family: Germanic
Language family: Indo-European
Language family: Na-Dene
Language family: North American Indian
Geographic region: Americas
Geographic region: Europe
Content language: Ahtena
Content language: English
Title: #2 Story Telling 1991 Camp Kolghosi [Copy]
Other date: 1900-01-01
Other format: Digitised: 0; Media: compact cassette; Media description: JVC GI-90, normal position, IEC/Type 1,
Other rights: standard