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George Hall is interviewed by Ron Inouye on November 20 and 29, 1991, in Anchorage, Alaska

Author: George A Hall; Ronald K Inouye
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : Music : English
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George Hall is interviewed by Ron Inouye on November 20 and 29, 1991, in Anchorage, Alaska. On Tape 1 he talks about his work history, how he came to Sitka, working for the National Park Service, renovating Sitka'sRussian Cathedral, Glacier Bay, the National Cemetery in Sitka, working with the Alaska Native Brotherhood, the location of an Indian fort by Alex Andrews, the Sitka Visitors Center, George Federoff,
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Material Type: Music, Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: George A Hall; Ronald K Inouye
OCLC Number: 309447632
Notes: Typed transcript is available in Oral History office.
Event notes: Recorded on November 20 and 29, 1991 in Anchorage, Alaska.
Description: 3 sound cassettes (ca. 90 min.) : analog.

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George Hall is interviewed by Ron Inouye on November 20 and 29, 1991, in Anchorage, Alaska. On Tape 1 he talks about his work history, how he came to Sitka, working for the National Park Service, renovating Sitka'sRussian Cathedral, Glacier Bay, the National Cemetery in Sitka, working with the Alaska Native Brotherhood, the location of an Indian fort by Alex Andrews, the Sitka Visitors Center, George Federoff, historians and archaeologists, designing the Native Brotherhood medallion, restoring the Russian mission building, Historical Society meetings, collected historical items, John Panamarkoff, the promyshlynniki song, Hector Chevigny, Bob DeArmond, Hall's adoption by Tlingits, Tlingit celebrations and ceremonies, Tlingit songs, passing on traditional knowledge, Eddy Marshall, rebuilding an historic blockhouse, Castle Hill, Dr. Georgeson, Dr. Armstrong, Les Yaw, historical documents, and renaming the streets of Sitka.

On Tape 2, Hall describes his family background; his interest in polar regions philately; the history of Russians in Alaska; the book Lincoln and the Russians; collecting objects and artifacts; Alaska historians and history publications; the history of native cultures; keeping native languages alive; Tlingit oral tradition of Sitka history; a story of a clan dispute, revenge, and the supposed reincarnation of one of the men involved; utilization of game by natives and explorers; native foods; and his transfer to Washington, D.C. to work for the National Memorials branch.

On Tape 3, Hall discusses his work in Washington, D.C. at the 1963 civil rights march; security for taking dignitaries on tours of the monuments; the dedication of the Frederick Douglass House; returning to Alaska as the superintendent of McKinley Park; mountaineering parties on Mt. McKinley; salvaging totem poles from Southeast Alaska villages; Bob Arnold; the Wilcox mountaineering party; roads in the Park; his children and moving to Anchorage; work as superintendent of Katmai Park; Park guiding/hunting violations; Bob Atwood; a bus accident in the Park; a bear mauling of a ranger; flooding in the Park; the creation of Denali State Park; Division of Parks politics;Wood-Tikchik State Park; Joan Miller; his retirement from Div. of Parks; politics, influence, and funding; the first sessions and board members of the Alaska Historical Society; regional historical societies; and anecdotes about different meetings.

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