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Our Artists


Our arts are a reflection of our way of life and keep our culture and traditions alive today. We use moose skin, caribou skin and hair, moose bone, birch wood and other natural material. Each item is an authentic hand made craft by our Athabascan native people living in remote villages of the Alaskan interior.





My parents are Paul and Lois William Sr. of Beaver. My maternal grandparents are Gaberial...
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My parents are Albert and Mary Thomas. I was born out on the land in the winter...
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My parents are William Vanderpool and Birdie Billy of Beaver. My grandparents are Nora Billy...
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I am Netsaii Gwich’in Athabascan. Venetie is a native village of a few...
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My parents are Henry Wiehl Sr and Elizabeth Newman of Rampart. My maternal grandparents are Turok...
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My parents are Bertha and Earl Cadzow. My maternal grandparents are Tom...
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I am Richard James Sr., Gwich’in Athabascan, Birch Creek. My Family was traveling in...
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My parents are Mardow Solomon and Margaret Roberts. My maternal grandparents...
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My parents are Stephen and Sara J. Henry. My grandparents are Paul and Lilly Henry...
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I am Koyukon Athabascan from Stevens Village on the Yukon River. My mother is Susan Stephen; my grandparents...
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I am Casey Louie Petersen, Gwichin Athabascan, from Fort Yukon, which is located at the confluence of the Yukon...
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I am Zelma Louie Fairchild, Gwich’in Athabascan born and raised in Fort Yukon. I was born into a large...
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I learned to sew from many strong Athabascan Women. I have been fortunate to learn to sew from...
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