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Community: 
Language Learning
Category: 
Archival
Summary: 
Deborah Robinson interviews Bobby Stamp. He discusses religious symbols (including sheep and stars), masquerading, and respecting the dead. Quality: poor (barely audible). (In English)
Community: 
Language Learning
Category: 
Archival
Summary: 
Deborah Robinson interviews Bobby Stamp. He talks about the oil spill and looks at maps. Quality: poor (barely audible). (In English)
Community: 
Language Learning
Category: 
Archival
Summary: 
This recording features the Three Saints choir rehearsing for a Christmas service, as well as a Reed interview including Alutiiq songs and stories. Speakers include Brown, Andre, and Demidoff. (In English, Russian, and Alutiiq)
Community: 
Language Learning
Category: 
Archival
Summary: 
Ralph Demidoff tells a story about an ar'ursulek (whale hunter). Quality: fair. (In Alutiiq)
Community: 
Language Learning
Category: 
Archival
Summary: 
Ralph Demidoff tells a story about an ar'ursulek (whale hunter). Quality: fair. (In Alutiiq)
Community: 
Language Learning
Category: 
Archival
Summary: 
This recording contains a Russian Orthodox church service, including a song that may be a divine liturgy and a service. Quality: poor (barely audible).
Community: 
Language Learning
Category: 
Archival
Summary: 
Speaking to Joe Kelly, Larry Matfay describes how to construct a ciqlluaq (sod house), including details about the foundation, the use of grass and sod in building the walls, and the construction of a maqiwik (banya). (In English)
Community: 
Language Learning
Category: 
Archival
Summary: 
Speaking to Joe Kelly, Larry Matfay describes the kenirwik (kitchen), qawarwik (bedroom), windows, and sealskin hangings found in ciqlluaqs. He also describes how they were heated and how food was cooked. (In English)
Community: 
Language Learning
Category: 
Archival
Summary: 
This recording contains a Russian Orthodox church service, including a song that may be a divine liturgy and a service. Quality: poor (barely audible).
Community: 
Language Learning
Category: 
Archival
Summary: 
Dora Andre, a speaker from Chignik, speaks at the B.R. elders' conference. She talks about her family, going dancing, making deer skin drums, making windows out of bear guts, making squirrel coats, and making needles. Quality: fair. (In Alutiiq)
Community: 
Language Learning
Category: 
Archival
Summary: 
Ralph Demidof continues a story about a whaler (continued from AM309_1). (In Alutiiq)
Community: 
Language Learning
Category: 
Archival
Summary: 
Irene Coyle listens to a tape and translates it to English with Philomena Knect. One topic discussed on the tape is playing games with a bow and arrow, using bull kelp as a target. (In Alutiiq and English)

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