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Place names book wins library association award

...Thornton in collaboration with hundreds of people, including area tribes and Elders, with major contributions by Harold Martin.For more on the book, visit
Strong turnout for Alaska Native Vote event

...Murkowski credited support from Native voters in large part for enabling her win.That point was picked up by attendee Harold Martin as well."People are beginning to realize how important the Native votes are," Martin said, standing near the...
Randolph Thomas Williams

...Marvin, Jimmy Quinto. Honorary Pall Bearers are Arnold Haube, Nathan Jackson, Sr., Edward Thomas, Herman Davis, Harold Martin, and Peter MarksThe service will be held on Thursday, October 11 at 6:00 PM at the Glacier Valley Church of God...
Subsistence halibut fishing is a serious chore

Juneau resident Harold Martin was the first in Alaska to obtain a federal certificate for subsistence halibut fishing. But like many Natives in Juneau who got...
First official subsistence fishing for halibut starts

...halibut subsistence fishing program opened Thursday with the ceremonial awarding of the first registration certificate to Harold Martin, former chairman of a Native group that worked to implement the program. Before Thursday, halibut could be harvested...
SHI publishes atlas of Native place names

...tribes and elders, under several grants administered by Harold Martin through the Southeast Native Subsistence Commission...Southeast.The book includes a note to the reader by Harold Martin, who was instrumental in guiding the project through...

...Dugaqua and her son Daniel. She is survived by her sister Elsie Green of Juneau, her two daughters Jacqueline (and Harold) Martin of Juneau and Doreen (and Joe) Woodin of Soap Lake, Wash., 14 grandchildren, 21 great grandchildren and many...
Support Kensington because of jobs

...the Kensington Mine. Recently, I accompanied Central Council President Bill Martin, retired Subsistence Director Harold Martin, BBC Executive Director Randy Wanamaker, and Kensington Mine worker Lillian Lundy to Washington, D.C. We met...
Pelican seafood plant set to reopen

...the last few years. Leasing the plant "provides some revenue that we haven't had," said Kake Tribal President Harold Martin. Bahrt, a Sitka native whose father and uncle helped build Pelican Seafoods, says he is focused on working with...
On the move

...Tribal board members are Henrich Kadake, vice chairman; Bertha Cavanaugh, treasurer; Jeffery Jackson, secretary; Harold Martin; Calvin Wilson, Norman Jackson and Peter Martin Sr. Pet technician scores 100 percent: Brooke Fronimos of Pet Nanny's...


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