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Sealaska Board Member, Tlingit Elder Clarence Jackson Walks On
February 01, 2013
Tlingit elder and board member of the Sealaska Corporation since its inception, Clarence Jackson Sr., lost his battle with cancer on January 31. He was 78 years old...
What Came First, the Raven or the Eagle?
June 08, 2012
Many have heard the question: What came first, the chicken or the egg? But what about the Raven or the Eagle?...
Sealaska Sponsors Native American Heritage Month Lecture Series
November 01, 2011
A Native American Heritage Month lecture series sponsored by Sealaska Heritage Institute (SHI) will focus on the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) and its impact...
Sealaska Heritage Institute Awards Second Judson L. Brown Leadership Award
July 21, 2011
Helen Dianne Dangel was awarded the Judson L. Brown Leadership Award to help get her master's in psychology...
Sealaska Heritage Institute Accepting Applications for Latseen Leadership Academy
March 16, 2011
Sealaska Heritage Institute is accepting applications through June 10 to attend its Latseen Leadership Academy held in Juneau, Alaska...
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