Sea Otter Fur
Alaska is one of the last places in the U.S. where Alaskan Native or Indian still practice the subsistence take of their indigenous animals like they have for 10,000 years. This dying tradition has been supplemented with TV, costly grocery stores, and technology. As the elders grow old and die, so does most of their knowledge of how to live in this vast land without the use of electricity, convenient stores and gas vehicles. If we don’t learn how we’ve lived in the past, how will we survive the future?
I am Christy Ruby, an Alaskan Native Tlingit Eagle from the Keet Gooshi Hit House, Killer Whale Dorsal Fin.
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