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Community: 
Language Learning
Category: 
Archival
Summary: 
Sophie Katelnikoff Shepherd was born in Karluk in 1927. Her apprentices call her Taquka’aq ("Bear").
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Community: 
Language Learning
Category: 
Archival
Summary: 
Clyda Christiansen lived in Larsen Bay and Karluk. Clyda shared stories and oral histories, which are contained in the Alutiiq Museum collections.
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Community: 
Language Learning
Category: 
Archival
Summary: 
Florence Matfay Christiansen Pestrikoff was born in Akhiok in 1937. Although she says she became involved in the Alutiiq language revitalization movement “accidentally,” she has remained involved for nearly 15 years.
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Community: 
Language Learning
Category: 
Archival
Summary: 
Also known as Agisaq ("Lookout") or Englartaq ("Laugher"), Alisha has studied Alutiiq for over 10 years and has attained advanced fluency.
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Community: 
Language Learning
Category: 
Speaker Registry
Summary: 
Rhoda Moonin is a fluent Sugt'stun speaker who has worked as language coordinator in an immersion preschool.
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Community: 
Language Learning
Category: 
Speaker Registry
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Community: 
Language Learning
Category: 
Speaker Registry
Summary: 
Irene was born in Akhiok. She learned Alutiiq by listening to her father, grandmother, and grandfather, and has helped to establish an Alutiiq language learning program in Anchorage in collaboration with Fred Coyle and John Yakanak.
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Community: 
Language Learning
Category: 
Speaker Registry
Summary: 
Ephim Moonin was born in Nanwalek to Herman and Annie Moonin. He grew up speaking only Sugt'stun until he went to school.
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Community: 
Language Learning
Category: 
Speaker Registry
Summary: 
Born in Old Harbor to Walter and Julia Melovedoff, Sally Carlough grew up in Kaguyak. She has since lived in Kodiak, Akhiok, and Anchorage.
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Community: 
Language Learning
Category: 
Speaker Registry
Summary: 
Sally Ash was born and raised in Nanwalek. After training as a hairdresser, she went on to teach at a Sugt'stun immersion school along with her sister, Rhoda Moonin.
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Community: 
Language Learning
Category: 
Archival
Summary: 
Born in California, Alfred Quijance grew up speaking Alutiiq and moved to Kodiak when he was eleven years old. He and his wife Helen now live in Seldovia, where he enjoys carpentry and eating traditional foods such as duck, seal, and baidarkies.
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Community: 
Language Learning
Category: 
Archival
Summary: 
Fred Coyle learned Alutiiq from his mother and father, and has helped to establish an Alutiiq language learning group in Anchorage in collaboration with Irene Coyle and John Yakanak.

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