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    The Alutiiq Museum and Archaeologcial Repository 

    The Alutiiq Museum and Archaeological Reposity website not only serves as a resource for happenings at the Alutiiq Museum but also shares a wealth of historical, archaeological, and educational resources at the click of a mouse. Click on the link above to visit the Museum's website. 

 

    Alutiiq Education

    Alutiiq education is designed to serve as a clearinghouse of Kodiak Alutiiq educational resourses. By clicking on the resources tab on the homepage, users are able to search a curriculum database. Click on the link above to begin discovering resources through Alutiiq Education. 

 

    Qulianguanek Litnauwilita

    Qulianguanek Litnauwilita is a unit of lessons created by Candace Branson, in collaboration with many Kodiak community members. The unit was developed to teach Alutiiq to youth in a high school setting. Click on the link above for more information about the unit. 

   

    Naken-Natmen Online Language Archive

    The online archives is curated and cared for by the Alutiiq Museum and Archaeolgocial Resposity, and aims to bring archival resources out of the collections room, and into the homes and ears of Museum patrons. Click on the link above to begin exploring recordings dating back to the 1950s. 

    Not sure how to search the archive? Click here to watch a short tutorial on using the resource. 

     

    Alutiiq Language Speakers on Vimeo

    Alutiiq language speakers on Vimeo page has everything from songs, speaker biographies, short skits, and tutorials on how to use other language resources from other organizations. 

     

    Alutiit Atuutet: Alutiiq Songs of the Kodiak Archipelago

    If you are interested in learning how to sing and dance, this is the Vimeo channel for you. Peter Squartsoff of Port Lions preforms a variety of traditional and modern Alutiiq songs. The videos play similar to a karaoke video, where the words are displayed at the bottom of the screen so the viewer is able to follow along as the song progresses. 

     

    Alaska Native Language Archive

    The Alaska Native Language Archive documents all Alaska Native languages to preserve Alaska's unique linguistic heritage for future generations. The collection includes both published and unpublished resources in Alutiiq (Sug'piaq) along with other Alaska Native languages.

    Not sure how to search the archive? Click here to watch a short tutorial on using the resource. 

 

 

 

www.alutiiqlanguage.org is coordinated by Native Village of Afognak with support from the Alaska Humanities Forum, Administration for Native Americans, Native Village of Port Lions, Afognak Native Corporation, Koniag, and the Alutiiq Museum.