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Tlingit artist crafts canoe for exhibit at Smithsonian museum Sound off on the important issues at JUNEAU - A Tlingit artist will make a traditional, cedar canoe for an exhibit at the Smithsonian's...
Stealing Tsunami

...JDHS' Naughty Nautilli team won first with 92.7 points, qualifying them for the NOSB finals in April at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History's Sant Ocean Hall in Washington, D.C. JDHS coach and science teacher Ben Carney, a three-year...
Totem pole to be raised at museum in Chicago

...Repatriation Act passed in 1990. The repatriated poles were taken by from Cape Fox by Harriman Expedition in 1899. "The Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C., the Burke Museum in Seattle and the Field Museum in Chicago wanted poles to replace the...
Biologist finds trove of sponges

...authenticated at one of several qualified museums. Stone and his colleagues have sent several of the sponges to the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C. They have named 11 of the 28 new species so far, mainly with names of the Aleutian Islands...
An American voice

...documentary on American literature entitled "American Passages." Tapahonso has served on the board of trustees for the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian, on the board of directors of the American Indian Law Resource Center and on literature...
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Lakota Sioux dance troupe to perform at JAHC

...The group is a highly respected Native dance group that has performed in many venues, including performing at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C. "Originally we were just going to do one (student show) but it sold out instantly...
Weaver honored for passing on Chilkat tradition

...and we're richer for that." Ehlers has demonstrated and taught for 16 years in a variety of venues, from the Smithsonian Museum to cruise ships. In Southeast she's taught at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, the Totem Heritage Center...
Smithsonian Bound

...lake's edge, lead artist Doug Chilton noted that many of the men testing the unnamed 26-foot canoe bound for the Smithsonian Museum had never paddled before. "You naturally fall into that unity," he said as he watched them swiftly glide across...


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