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Ben Nungasak, Interview 2, Part 2
Ben Nungasak

This is the continuation of an interview with Ben Nungasak (Nuŋŋasauraq) on January 19, 1983 by Bill Schneider and Wendy Arundale at this home in Barrow, Alaska (now known as Utqiaġvik) to review what he said in a previous interview on March 15, 1982 and how it was written up in the Chipp-Ikpikpuk and Meade Rivers Oral History Project final report. Leona Okakok was the Iñupiaq language translator during the interview. In this second part of a two part interview, Ben talks about reindeer herding and locates traditional sites on a map where people used to live in sod houses. (IHLC Tape #00073)

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Archive #: Oral History 87-102-18

Project: Chipp-Ikpikpuk and Meade Rivers Project Jukebox
Date of Interview: Jan 19, 1983
Narrator(s): Ben Nungasak
Interviewer(s): Bill Schneider, Wendy Arundale
Translator:
People Present: Leona Okakok
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Funding Partners:
North Slope Borough, Iñupiat History, Language and Culture Commission
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1) Management of reindeer herds around Barrow.

2) Sites on the map.

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Section 1: reindeer - herding\ reindeer - company\ Brower, Sr., Charles\ reindeer - Barrow\ herds - four\ reindeer - Wainwright\ reindeer - herd size\ reindeer - intermingling\ reindeer - Brower herd|

Section 2: Anauliġiaq\ houses - sod\ Felder, Joe\ lake - landing\ camp - Isuqtuq\ Aŋutigruaq|