The Fairbanks Native Association Project Jukebox was a cooperative effort between the UAF Oral History Program (Alaska and Polar Regions Department, Elmer E. Rasmuson Library) and the Fairbanks Native Association. Funding for the original project was provided by the above two organizations and by the National Park Service in the early 90's.
During the winter of 2000 Laurie Meijer Drees, visiting scholar at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, transferred the materials from the original hyper-card jukebox into a web-based format, and added materials related to the history of the FNA. It was updated again in 2005 by Marla Statscewich in the Oral History Program at UAF.
Many people were instrumental in the development of this program and we would like to thank them at this time:
Bernice Joseph, Walter Newman, Aggie Britt & the University of Alaska Oral History Program staff
Also thanks to all of the participants in the interviewing program who gave so willingly of their time.
Photographs and Illustrations
Photographs for the project were generaously provided by:
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, The Fairbanks Native Association, Sally Hudson, Colleen Lazenby, & The River Times
Check out the Fairbanks Native Association's website!
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