Fedosia Laktonen B

Summary: 
Continued from Fedosia Laktonen A, this recording includes a story about a magpie, a story about a stickleback, and a conversation with Pete Atenedof. (ANLA ID: ANLCAS077) (In Alutiiq)
Description: 

This recording is also listed as ANLCAS077_B, and is accessible at the following link:

https://www.uaf.edu/anla/collections/search/resultDetail.xml?resource=16823&sessionId=&searchId=

 

The content of the recording is as follows:

 

00:00:00-00:03:51

Discussion about "Matarngat" (Native Americans from outside Alaska) and who has Native American heritage

 

00:03:51-00:06:24

Story about a magpie who eats a seal and a sea lion while singing a song

 

00:06:24-00:10:14

Story about a man named "Saqumigi" who hears a stickleback singing to him

 

00:10:14-00:19:28

Pete Atenedof talks about traveling by schooners and kayaks, hunting sea otters, and playing on the beach

 

00:48:14-00:51:24

Nick Kamikoff talks about the names for the winds: yaakeq ("east wind"), kanakeq ("southeast"), waakeq ("southwest wind"), quuwaq ("southwest wind"), and nequq ("north wind").

 

(Note: The identity of one of the female speakers, labeled "Fedosia", is uncertain. The voice may be Fedosia Laktonen, Fedosia Sacadoff, or Katy Ellanak.)

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