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Author: Frank Andrew; Ann Fienup-Riordan; Anchorage Museum of History and Art.; Calista Elders Council.
Publisher: Seattle : University of Washington Press : in association with Calista Elders Council and Anchorage Museum Association, ©2008.
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"Yup'ik elders of southwest Alaska recall, "Our ancestors were never heavy with a tool kit." They carried in their minds what they needed to live rich lives in the harsh environment of the Bering Sea coast. Frank Andrew, Sr. (1917-2006), was one of the few elders to bring this knowledge into the twenty-first century." "Not only did Frank Andrew possess knowledge and wisdom - he shared it. For five years before his  Read more...
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Andrew, Frank.
Paitarkiutenka.
Seattle : University of Washington Press : In Association with Calista Elders Council and Anchorage Museum Association, ©2008
(OCoLC)608610328
Online version:
Andrew, Frank.
Paitarkiutenka.
Seattle : University of Washington Press : In Association with Calista Elders Council and Anchorage Museum Association, ©2008
(OCoLC)609200056
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Frank Andrew; Ann Fienup-Riordan; Anchorage Museum of History and Art.; Calista Elders Council.
ISBN: 0295987804 9780295987804 0295987685 9780295987682
OCLC Number: 165957452
Language Note: Text in English and Yupik.
Description: lix, 440 pages, [80] pages of plates : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm
Contents: PrefaceAcknowledgments Paitanka elpecenun yuuluaqautekat / My gifts guiding you toward a well-lived lifeMiisam ayuqucia man'a tekilluku / Frank Andrew's life up to this timeQasgimi elitnaullra enemi-llu / Education in the qasgi and homeElitnaullra elitnaurvigmi / Going to schoolMissam qayangeqarraallra / Frank's first kayakKassuutellra irniangellra-llu / Marriage and childrenPingnatullra / Supporting a familyKass'alugpiarurtellra / How they became Russian OrthodoxYuarutet yuraryarat-llu / Singing and dancing, past and presentCavesratuli / One who knows how to work on everythingMiisam kalikat / Frank's bookQaillun ayuqellrat Miisam qanemcikellri / How Frank spokeMiisam Qanellri / What Frank saidNotes Nerangnaqsaraq: Ways of Seeking Sustenance in the PastUp'ngetullrat up'nerkami pissullerkaatnun / Getting ready for spring huntingUpnerkillerni / At spring campsNeqlilleq / Summer fish campUksuilleq / Fall campUksillernun uterrluteng pilallrat / Return to the winter villageCilkiayaraq / Rigorous training to become a good hunterAngun imarpigmi qayailleq / A man who lost his kayak down on the ocean Imarpigmiutaat: Sea MammalsMakliit / Bearded sealsQalrit / Male bearded seals giving their mating callAsevret / WalrusIssurit nayiit-llu / Spotted seals and ringed sealsTegiit / Ringed seals with rotten facesImarpigmiutaat ayuquciit / Sea mammal behaviorCetuat / Beluga whalesArrluut / Killer whalesPaivciyaraq / Looking around and checking your surroundingsAllanarqellriit unguvalriit / Sea mammals behaving strangelyEyagnarqellriit / Admonishments for seal huntingAllat pissurviit / Different coastal hunting areasTaitugmi pissulleq / Seal hunting in foggy conditionsMerr'illuki / Welcoming seals Imarpigmiutaat Atuullrat: How Sea Mammals Were UsedQapiaryaraq / Skinning seals starting at their heads, leaving their skins intactQeciit uquiryaraat / Cleaning and processing sealskinsCaqutet / Sealskin pokesUquucillret / Underground storage pitsNayit atuullrat / Uses of ringed-seal skinsImarpigmiutaat atuullrat / Uses of sea-mammal skinsUginat atuullrat / Uses of sea lionsImarpigmiutaat anrutait nakacuit-llu / Sea-mammal stomachs and bladdersImarpigmiutaat qiluit / Sea-mammal intestinesQiciit meqciryaraat / Removing fur from sealskinsQercurtat / Freeze-dried skinsImarpigmiutaat enrit / Sea-mammal bonesKaugat / Lard extracted from whale bonesMalluut / Beached, dead sea mammalsYualut / SinewPuya / Aged seal oil and mossTaprat, taprualuut, imgutat-llu / Sealskin linesImarpigmiutaat aruqutkellrat / Distribution of seal meat and oilTutgaraurluq maklaurtelleq / An orphan child who became a bearded seal Tevurayaraq Up'nerkami: Portaging in Spring Neqlillerni: At Summer Fish CampNeqnek kinerciriyaraq / Drying fishTepet / Fermented fishIqertiit / Things made of fish skins Yaqulget: BirdsYaqulegcuryaraq yaqulegnek-llu unguyalriit / Bird hunting and driving molting birdsYaqulget atkuut / Bird-skin parkasYaqulget enrit nissuit-llu atuullrit / Uses of bird bones and feathersYaqulget nertukait / Birds that are eatenTunutellget / Pacific loonsQucillgaat / CranesTulukaruut / RavensNaruyat / GullsCiguraat / Kittlitz's murreletsYaqulget tekitellriit / When birds arriveIngtat / Molting birdsUyangtetuit-gguq yaqulget mer'ilnguut / They say birds peek in on people without water Caranglluut: GrassCarangllugnek quyurcaraq / Gathering grassCarangllugnek piliat / Things made of grass Uksuarmi Uksumi-llu Neqsuryaraq: Fall and Winter FishingUksuilleq / Fall campKuiget carritullrat / Cleaning streamsArnat qalurpagteggun qalulallrat / Women dipnetting with large dipnetsIpukaguyaraq / Dipnetting for tomcodCan'giiret / Blackfish Uksuarmi Pissuryaraq Mequlegcuryaraq-llu: Fall Hunting and TrappingUngungssiit / Land animalsUksuarmi mequlegcuryaraq / Fall trappingCuignilnguut, imarnmiutaat, kanaqliit-llu / Land otter, mink, and muskratsKaviarnek uliirnek-llu pissuryaraq / Hunting red foxes and Arctic foxesQayukegglit / Tundra haresImarmiutaat cuignilnguut-llu piciryarallrat / Customs regarding mink and otter Qayaq: KayakQayat aklukaitnek quyurciyaraq / Gathering materials for the kayakQayaliyaraq / Kayak constructionQayam ataucimi ernermi tumartellra / Finishing a kayak in a dayPamyuq / Top stern piece with handgrip projectionUutarluki muriit / Curing wood with heatPertellrit cauyarat enginret-llu / Bending ribsPai / Cockpit coamingKepirtat / Wringing skinsQayam amiryaraa / Skinning a kayakMingellret akililallrat / Paying skin sewersQayam amillra / Putting the skin on the kayakQayam mingullra / Painting the kayakQuyam auluksaraa / Kayak careAmian eruryaraa / Cleaning the kayak skinAnguarutet paangrutet-llu / Kayak paddlesQamigautet / Kayak sledsAqumgautaat ikaraliin-llu / Kayak seats and grass matsNegcik / GaffQayam allat aklui / Other kayak accessoriesPissurcuutet / Hunting toolsPiciryarait qayatgun atraqatarqameng / Kayak launching ceremonyMiisam qayangeqarraallra / Frank Andrew's first kayakQayam uciliryaraa / Loading a kayakQayami qavaryaraq / Sleeping in a kayakQayakun neqsuryaraq / Fishing from the kayakYaaqvanun ayalallrat qayatgun / Long distance travel in a kayakTumarayulit qayat / Amazing kayaksQayam atunrillra / End of an era Miisam Qanemcikellri: Stories Frank Andrew ToldIssissaayuq / The story of IssissaayuqApanuugpakNukalpiarugaam atngellra / How Nukalpiarugaq River got its nameQissunamiunun anangniallret / Those who went to Qissunaq to surviveNengaukelriik / Father-in-law and son-in-lawUauaualekIrcenrraat qaurraarmiut / The ircenrraat from QaurraakTulukaruum pillri qulirat / Raven storiesNakacuut wani tauna tan'gurraq wani ayautellrat / The boy who was taken away by the bladders References
Other Titles: My legacy to you
Responsibility: Miisaq/Frank Andrew, Sr. ; transcriptions and translations by Alice Rearden and Marie Meade ; edited by Ann Fienup-Riordan.
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