The material in this Jukebox is protected by copyright. Any republication or reuse for commercial purposes is prohibited without written consent from the copyright holders. The copyright to all photographs and interviews (both audio form and in written transcription) on the Nanwalek Jukebox is jointly held by the State of Alaska, Department of Fish and Game, Division of Subsistence and Nanwalek Village IRA Council and Port Graham Traditional Council.
GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO THE TWO JUKEBOXES
The Nanwalek and Port Graham Jukebox Project encompasses oral histories and photographs from the two communities. Although the two Jukeboxes are on the same CD each is its own unique project. Much of the background and history of the two communities is the same in that many ancestors of Port Graham residents came from Nanwalek. For more in-depth information on the histories, people, and economies of the two communities refer to the "Ethnographic Overview and Assessment for Port Graham and Nanwalek" written by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Subsistence for the U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service.