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Jack and Roma Reakoff are interviewed by Carol Scott in Wiseman, Alaska on February 1, 2, and 10, 1992

Author: Jack L Reakoff; Roma Rae Vestal-Reakoff; Carol Patricia Scott
Series: Wiseman tapes
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English
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H95-50-05 Pt. 1. Jack Reakoff fills out a subsistence use survey and talks about his children Heather, Jesse, Michelle, and Charlene, being born in the Territory of Alaska, working as a trapper, commercial fishing at South Naknek where his wife was born, when they came to Wiseman, their different subsistence activities, marking trails, different plant materials they collect, the subsistence activities of Roma's
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Jack L Reakoff; Roma Rae Vestal-Reakoff; Arctic John.; Charlie Breck; Ross C Brockman; Rick Burroughs; Peggy Harry; Ross Harry; Joe Henderson; Richard Henderson; Sherry Henderson; Bernie Hicker; John Holland; Jim Johnson; Florence Jonas; Jerry King; Roy King; Harry Leonard; George H Lounsbury; Jim Lounsbury; Simon McLoughlin; Marie Mead; Bill Miller; Jim Miller; Vern Miller; Pat Missiff; Louisa Moray; Darryl Morris; Olaus Johan Murie; Charlene Reakoff; Heather Reakoff; Jesse Reakoff; Michelle Reakoff; Heidi Schoppenhorst; Scott Schoppenhorst; Pat Schumal; Obrin Standish; Jeanie Stevens; Jim Tonseth; Tishu V Ulen
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Jack L Reakoff; Roma Rae Vestal-Reakoff; Carol Patricia Scott
OCLC Number: 643126819
Description: 7 sound cassettes (about 90 min.) : analog.
Series Title: Wiseman tapes

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H95-50-05 Pt. 1. Jack Reakoff fills out a subsistence use survey and talks about his children Heather, Jesse, Michelle, and Charlene, being born in the Territory of Alaska, working as a trapper, commercial fishing at South Naknek where his wife was born, when they came to Wiseman, their different subsistence activities, marking trails, different plant materials they collect, the subsistence activities of Roma's grandparents and parents, hunting moose, sharing meat with other people in the village, receiving meat from the Department of Transportation and the Department of Fish and Game, and how he preserves his game meat, sharing meat with Harry Leonard and Charlie Breck, the distance he travels for moose hunting, hunting caribou and sharing the meat, Jeanie Stevens, the different areas of the park where he has hunted sheep, and bear hunting.

H95-50-05 Pt. 2. Jack Reakoff talks about hunting on the Yukon Flats, hunting for bear in the spring, grizzlies in the Wiseman area, black bear habitat near Nolan, hunting rabbits and squirrels, hunting ducks and geese in the Coldfoot area, the duck and geese populations, hunting spruce grouse and ptarmigan, gathering eggs, Florence Jonas, harvesting fish, Roma's fish camp, traveling to Bristol Bay for fishing, how they prepare fish, fishing for sheefish and burbot, grayling, Toolik Lake, Yukon River, fishing for Arctic char at Chandler Lake, Ivishak River and the Sagavanirktok River, the amount of mineralization in the local rivers, and Big Lake.

H95-50-05 Pt. 3. Jack and Roma Reakoff talk about preparing fish for freezing, lake trout, fishing at Bristol Bay, other types of seasonal work, his fishing permit, using his airplane for transportation, his trapping success for the past year, limiting trapping according to animal cycles, his trap line, selling his furs, lynx, seeing wood frogs in the Wiseman area, the time he spends on his trap line, Peggy Harry, Ross Harry, Roy King, Olaus Murie, Arctic John, Obrin Standish, middle fork of the Kuskokwim River, guidelines for trap line courtesy, marten populations, the dynamics of the lynx population in the Brooks Range, and the years when the pipeline was being built.

H95-50-05 Pt. 4. Jack Reakoff talks about collecting wood, gathering wild foods, medicinal plants, collecting mushrooms, harvesting spruce and birch wood, the different ways they use wood, the types of traps he uses, market prices for fur, dog diseases in the wolf population, and berry picking.

H95-50-05 Pt. 5. Jack Reakoff talks about different uses for wood, subsistence activities for the past year in comparison to previous years, sheep, the rabbit cycle, use of vehicles and equipment, their garden, his children participating in subsistence activities, and clothing Roma makes from furs.

H95-50-05 Pt. 6. Jack Reakoff talks about the amount of household goods and materials that come from harvested resources, the Wiseman population, Rick Burroughs, Joe and Sherry Henderson, Scott and Heidi Schoppenhorst, Pat Missiff, Jerry King, Bernie Hicker, Simon McLoughlin, changes in the population, Jim Miller, Vern Miller, Louisa Moray, Darryl Morris, Bill Miller, John Holland, Marie Mead, Pat Schumal, part-time residents, George Lounsbury, Richard Henderson, Jim Johnson, Jim Lounsbury, Jim Tonseth, the resolution defining the resident zone, the historical subsistence use of Gates of the Arctic National Park, his definition of subsistence, differences between personal use and subsistence use, differences between commercial and subsistence trapping, new technology and subsistence, using the park for subsistence activities, and the type of people who choose the subsistence lifestyle.

H95-50-05 Pt. 7. Jack Reakoff talks about the criteria for priority designation, where he learned about subsistence practices, the Wiseman resident zone, Coldfoot, individual subsistence activities, the tourism industry in Wiseman, the future of Wiseman, the Bureau of Land Management making recreational activities high priority in the highway corridor, opening up the Haul Road to public use, and rural resident zones for subsistence designation.

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