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Check out the Gates of the Arctic Research Portal for all information at the University of Alaska relating to those resident zone communities.
As Project Jukebox enters its latest technological phase in delivering oral histories, related documents and archival material, all of our new projects will be available online in our new presentation format. Until funding is secured to convert all of our old projects into our newest format, many of our older projects will remain in our older online 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. As funding is secured, we will begin to upgrade our older projects into our new presentation delivery format and they will be fully functional again. The project banners listed above are in our new format. The projects listed below are still in older formats. Click on any of them to go directly to the project.
Alaska Highway: Changing Communities
Aleut/Alutiiq Cultural Atlases - this will take you to the Alaska Native Knowledge Network; you will have to sign in
Central Reflections, Then and Now Project Jukebox
Dalton Highway: Multi-media history of Alaska's Arctic Road
The Fairbanks Jukebox: The Interior Experience
Fairbanks Native Association Project Jukebox
Fort Yukon Photo Album
ANILCA D2 Hearings in Anaktuvuk Pass, May 12, 1973
History at Risk radio series: Linking Alaskans to the Past
Nanwalek and Port Graham Project Jukebox
Nunivak Island Place Names Project Jukebox
Pioneer Miners of Alaska Project Jukebox
Rampart Project Jukebox
Tanana Tribal Council Project Jukebox