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Pauline Peter, Part 2
Pauline Peter

This is the continuation of an interview with Pauline Peter on April 1, 1998 by Mike Spindler in Nulato, Alaska for the Raven's Story radio series on KIYU-AM public radio station in Galena, Alaska. In this second part of a two part interview, Pauline continues to talk about living off the land. She discusses trapping and berry picking, the importance of understanding the weather, and the effects of flooding and wildfires. She also tells some traditional Athabascan stories and emphasizes the importance of passing knowledge on from elders to the younger generation.

The interview was edited and produced by Mike Spindler.

Digital Asset Information

Archive #: Oral History 99-01-03_PT.2

Project: Raven's Story
Date of Interview: Apr 1, 1998
Narrator(s): Pauline Peter
Interviewer(s): Mike Spindler
Location of Interview:
Funding Partners:
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
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1) Trapping (4:38)

2) Weather (5:24)

3) Wildfire (3:13)

4) Berries (5:55)

5) Floods (5:26)

6) Wolf sinew story (3:55)

7) Priceless knowledge (3:58)

8) Gulig and Beatrice Story: A Lazy Girl (3:37)

9) Elders should record stories (4:52) 

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