Video Documentation

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G̱unéwti (Marsha Hotch, G̱aanax̱teidí), Kóoshdaakʼu Éesh (Bill Fawcett, Lukaax̱.ádi), Ḵaax̱wáan Éesh (George Davis, Tʼaḵdeintaan), Shaaxʼ Sáani (Marge Dutson, G̱aanax̱teidí), and Keiyishí (Bessie Cooley, Kooḵhittaan) gather to talk about the Tlingit Language.

Master speaker Ḵaax̱wáan Éesh (George Davis) teaches apprentice Yéil X̱aagú (John Hanlon) animals and birds. This is a class sponsored by the Goldbelt Heritage Foundation and taught through the University of Alaska Southeast.

Master speaker Ḵaax̱wáan Éesh (George Davis) teaches apprentice Yéil X̱aagú (John Hanlon) words and sentences. This is a class sponsored by the Goldbelt Heritage Foundation and taught through the University of Alaska Southeast.

Master speaker Ḵaax̱wáan Éesh (George Davis) teaches apprentice Yéil X̱aagú (John Hanlon) about Tlingit culture. He discusses his own experiences, and about watching the weather. This is a class sponsored by the Goldbelt Heritage Foundation and taught through the University of Alaska Southeast.

This is a video series developed by the Goldbelt Heritage Foundation to help students of the Tlingit language understand how Tlingit verbs function. This lesson focuses on object and subject pronouns, and features elder Keihéenákʼw (John Martin, Tʼaḵdeintaan). 

The Importance of Listening – By: Ishmael Hope
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Children speaking Tlingit, singing & dancing at Children’s Celebration, May 3, 2012, Juneau, Alaska.
 
It is a first look at the Tlingit introduction, revealing the depth of the topic. The introduction connects the speaker with the listeners by acknowledging family, moiety and clan relationships.
Tlingit elder speaks to Juneau, Alaska elementary school students about Elizabeth Peratrovich Day .