The two totem poles that stood for 36 years in Juneau’s old Indian Village have been hauled off.
Tlingit expert, linguist and award winning writer Richard Dauenhauer passed away Tuesday morning at Bartlett Regional Hospital.
New Sealaska CEO Anthony Mallott says investing locally is part of the regional Native corporation’s strategy for reversing recent losses.
A dam failure at a British Columbia mine shows what could happen at proposed near-border mines. But some tribal governments strongly support development.
Earlier this year, Alaska became the second state after Hawaii to recognize indigenous languages as official state languages
The Organized Village of Saxman filed a lawsuit July 25 in federal court over the Federal Subsistence Board’s 2007 decision to designate the Tlingit Native village as non-rural.
Haida carving brothers Joe and T.J. Young began carving the totem poles with axes and chainsaws last year. Friday, they were working with small hand tools.
About 100 of the late Tlingit elder’s family and friends gathered at Juneau’s Marine Park for the bill signing ceremony on Wednesday
Native people from Arctic nations joined Russia’s Chukchi and Inuit peoples for the first ever Beringia Arctic Games.
It has long been forbidden for men to weave in the Chilkat tradition, but Tlingit artist Ricky Tagaban is an exception.