Project Jukebox

Digital Branch of the University of Alaska Fairbanks Oral History Program

What is Project Jukebox

Project Jukebox is the digital branch of the Oral History Program and provides access to audio and video recordings, transcripts, maps, historic photographs and films from across Alaska.  Learn More...


Find Oral Histories

Did you know that the audio in Project Jukebox is only a small subset of our holdings? 

Visit our Oral History page to search the Library Catalog for oral histories held by Rasmuson Library.  

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Check out the Gates of the Arctic Research Portal for books, images, oral histories, archival films, archival materials, Native language materials, objects, maps, and government documents at the University of Alaska Fairbanks relating to the Gates of the Arctic National Park's resident zone communities of Allakaket, Alatna, Ambler, Anaktuvuk Pass, Bettles and Evansville, Hughes, Huslia, Kobuk, Nuiqsut, Shugnak, and Wiseman.

Until funding is secured to convert all of our old projects into our newest format, many of our older projects remain in an old html format. What this means is that some of the older projects may no longer work as they once did, especially if you are using a new web browser to access them. The projects listed below remain in their original format and will be upgraded as funding allows: