Loss beyond years and miles I’ve just checked my box at the Ambler post office on a mid-August afternoon; Sarah Tickett might have smiled and handed me my…
Bringing Native Values to Work Sophie Minich and Sheri Buretta were both little girls in Alaska when, 51 years ago, on December 18, 1971, President Richard Nixon signed…
Fifty Miles from Tomorrow is the memoir of Willie Hensley, one of the central figures in the long push for Alaska Native Rights.
Indigenous people across Alaska used grass to weave baskets that are both masterpieces of art and useful tools.
Tsimshian artist David Robert Boxley of Metlakatla carved totems to guard the newest veterans memorial cemetery in Alaska’s southernmost town.
Alaska and Hawai’i have a historic connection dating back hundreds of years. It still exists today through shared culture.
Willie Hensley, instrumental in the passage of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, revisits the important and historic path to ANCSA.
Alaska Native artist James Kivetoruk (Kivitauraq) Moses’ life fed into the scenes immortalized in his famous paintings.
Alaskans are bringing back a tool used by southeast Alaska Natives to catch halibut: the wooden halibut hook.