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Digital Branch of the University of Alaska Fairbanks Oral History Program

ANCSA Panel Discussions


Alaska Historical Society 2021 Digital Conference    October 7-9 and 14-61, 2021 ahs logo_text.jpg

emil notti.jpgsam kito.jpg  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2021 10-11:30am: ANCSA: A CONVERSATION ON NATIVE HISTORY 

Meghan Sullivan, Moderator

  • Panelists: Emil Notti, Anchorage; and Sam Kito, Juneau/Anchorage

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willie hensley.jpgoliver leavitt.jpg  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2021  1:30-3pm: ANCSA AT 50: LOOKING BACK 

Patuk Glenn, Moderator

  • Panelists: Willie Hensley, Kotzebue/Anchorage; and Oliver Leavitt, Utqiaġvik

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hist persp ancsa.jpg THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2021  3:30-5pm: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON ANCSA

Bill Schneider, Moderator

  • Philip Wight – Right of Way: The Trans-Alaska Pipeline System and the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act
  • Daniel Monteith – William and Frederick Paul and their Contributions to Alaska Native Land Claims
  • Stephen Haycox – Shock and Awe: Understanding Early Perceptions of the Passage of ANCSA

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2021 Cook Inlet Historical Society Virtual Lecture Series, Anchorage, Alaska  CIHS Logo_small.jpg

B2001_001_AFN+Delegation+1970_small.jpg  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2021, 7:00-8:30PM: ANCSA'S PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE LEGACY (only audio is available)

Bill Schneider, Moderator

  • Rhonda McBride – radio and television journalist covering rural Alaska and Alaska Native issues since 1988
  • Jon Butzke – Iñupiaq journalist who has documented many ANCSA events and ANCSA-related video interviews, and owns Talking Circle Media, the company that produces live statewide TV coverage of the Alaska Federation of Natives Convention
  • Joaqlin Estus – staff reporter for Indian Country Today, who spent many years as a radio reporter around Alaska, and was the news director at KBNA 90.3 FM, an Anchorage-based radio station owned and operated by Alaska Natives