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  • ALASKA HISTORICAL LIBRARY

    Volume XI Pages 994-1099

    Transcript Of Proceedings Alaska Native Review Commission

    International Overview March 14, 1984

    Anchorage, Alaska

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  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

    The Overview Roundtables and this transcript were made possible through grants from the Alaska Humanities Forum and the National Endowment for the Humanities. This support is most gratefully acknowledged.

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    PARTICIPANTSAlaska Native Review Commission Overview Hearings

    Anchorage, March 13, lk, 15, 16, 1984 International Overview: Week 3, Session 4

    AustraliaMaureen Kelly

    Pilbara Land Council, Marble Bar, Western Australia.Shorty O'Neill

    National Land Council, Alice Springs, Northern Territory.Stanley Scrutton

    Chairman, Central Land Council, Alice Springs, Northern Territory.

    CanadaRandy Ames

    Land Claims. Negotiator, Tunngavik Federation of Nunavut (TFN).

    Gina BlondinAssistant to the Minister, Aboriginal Rights, Government of the N.W.T.

    Desmond Brice-Bennett Project Manager, Nunavut Constitutional Forum (NCF).

    Harold CookNorthern Vice President, Metis Association of the N.W.T.

    John DupuisMakivik- Corporation:

    Bill ErasmusJoint Negotiating Committee, Dene Metis Land Claims.

    Mark R. GordonVice President, Makivik Corporation and Vice President, Inuit Circumpolar Conference, Canada.

    Glen GradyCouncil for Yukon Indians (CYI), Whitehorse.

    Rick HardyLegal Counsel, Metis Association of the N.W.T.

    Accu-&ype Depositions, 9nc.550 West Seventh, Suite 205

    Anchorage, A laska 99501 ATD

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    Hon. Peter IttinuarFederal Member of Parliament for Nunatsiaq and spokesman for the Nunavut Constitutional Forum (NCF).

    Steve IvesonExecutive Director, Western Constitutional Forum (WCF).

    Steve KakfwiPresident, Dene Nation.

    Letha MacLachlanHouse Counsel, Dene Nation.

    Dwight NoseworthyExecutive Secretary, Aboriginal Rights Secretariat, N.W.T.

    Hon. Dennis PattersonMinister, Aboriginal Rights and Constitutional Development, Government of the N.W.T.

    Sam SilverstoneLegal Counsel, Makivik Corporation.

    Mike SmithVice Chairman for land claims, Council for Yukon Indians (CYI).

    GreenlandRobert Peterson

    Director, Inuit Institute of Eskimology, Nuuk, Greenland; formerly Professor of Linguistics, Institute of Eskimology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

    NorwayAlf Isak Keskitalo

    Sami Institute, Kautokeino, Norway.United StatesTo provide a continuing Alaskan and United States National presence through this international Overview, the Commission has also invited the following:Don Mitchell

    Former Vice President and General Counsel, Alaska Federation of Natives (AFN) (Or substitute suggested by the AFN).

    Accu-Qype Depositions, 9nc550 West Seventh, Suite 205

    Anchorage, Alaska 99501 (907) 276-0544

    ATD

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    Dalee SamboAssistant to the President, Inuit Circumpolar Conference, Alaska.

    A1 GoozmerPresident, Native Village of Tyonek and Treasurer, United Tribes of Alaska (UTA). (Sheldon Katchatag, UTA Vice

    Chairman,will also participate).

    David CaseLaw Professor, Native Studies Program University of Alaska, Fairbanks (also Special Counsel to the ANRC).

    Alfred StarrAn Athabaskan elder who was involved as an early proponent (decades before ANCSA) of land settlement to preserve Native rights.

    Charlie Edwardson, Jr.Early land claims activist in Alaska and a key figure in the movement for congressional action on Native claims.

    Rosita WhorlAnthropologist and consultant to the Commission.

    Chuck SmytheAnthropologist and consultant to the Commission.

    Aceu-Sype Depositions, 9nc,550 West Seventh, Suite 205

    Anchorage, Alaska 99501 A T D

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS March 14, 1984-

    EXPALNATION PAGETape 38, Side A----------------------------- .---------------994Mr. Berger Speaks-------------------------------------------- 994-Mike Albert Speaks---------------------- 1002 Shorty 0.'Neill Speaks--------------------------------------- 1003Overlap Tape Number 11------- r--------- --------.-------------1010Mr. O'Neill Continued--------------------------------------- 1010Tape 38, Side B--------------------------------------------- 1010Mr. O'Neill Continued--------- 1010Mr. Berger Speaks------------------------------------------- 1017Stan Scrutton Speaks--------- --------------- -------------1017Mr. Berger Speaks--------------------------------------=---- 1017Mr. O'Neill Speaks------------------ 1018Mr. Case Speaks--------------------- 1018Mr. Scrutton Speaks-------------------- 1018Mr. O'Neill Speaks---------------- 1--------- 1---------------1018Chuck Smythe Speaks----------------------------------------- 1019Mr. O'Neill Speaks------- 1019Doug Sanders Speaks----------------------------------------- 1021Mr. O'Neill Speaks-----------------------------------------1021Mark Gordon Speaks-----------------------------------------1022Mr. O'Neill Speaks--------------- 1022Peter Ittinuar Speaks-------------- 1023Mr. O'Neill Speaks------------------------------------------ 1023Steve Kakfwi Speaks--------------- -------- :-----------------1024Dennis Patterson Speaks------------------------------------- 1025Mr. O'Neill Speaks -------------------------------- :------- 1026Alf Isak Keskitalo Speaks----- 1027Tape 39, Side A------ 1028Mr. Keskitalo Continued------------------------------------ -1028Mr. Berger Speaks-------------------------------- .----------1037Mr. Keskitalo Speaks----------- .----------------------------1038Mr. Berger Speaks------------ '------------------------------1040Tape 39, Side B--------------------------------------------- 1040Mr. Keskitalo Speaks---------------------------------------- 1040Mr. Case Speaks--- -------------------------------------- :-- 1040Mr. Keskitalo Speaks------ :--- -------------------- :--------1041Mr. Gordon Speaks--------------------------------------- - 1041Mr. Keskitalo Speaks---------------------------------------- 1041Mr. Gordon Speaks-------------------- 1042Mr. Keskitalo Speaks------ 1042Mr; 0 'Neill Speaks-- ---- - ; _ 1043Mr. Keskitalo Speaks---------------------- 1043Bill Erasmus Speaks----------------------------------------- 1044Mr. Keskitalo Speaks---------------------------------------- 1044Bill Erasmus Speaks----------------------------------------- 1045Mr. Keskitalo Speaks-------------------- 1046Rosita Worl Speaks----------- 1046

    Accu-Gype Depositions, 9nc550 West Seventh, Suite 205

    Anchorage, Alaska 99501 ATD

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    EXPLANATION PAGEMr. Keskitalo Speaks-----------Mr. Berger Speaks---------------Hearing Recessed/Hearing ResumedMr. Berger Speaks---------------Sheldon Katchatag Speaks-------David Case Speaks---------------Mr. Keskitalo Speaks------------Dalee Sambo Speaks--------------Mr. Keskitalo Speaks------------Tape 4-0, Side A-----------------Mr. Keskitalo Speaks------------Charlie Edwardsen Speaks--------Mr. Berger Speaks---------------Mr. Keskitalo Speaks------------Mr. Berger Speaks--- :-----------Robert Petersen Speaks----------Tape 40, Side B-----------------Mr. Berger Speaks---------------Mr. Petersen Speaks-------------Mr. Berger Speaks---------------Mr. Petersen Speaks-------------Mr. Berger Speaks---------------Mr. Petersen Speaks-------- -----Mr. Berger Speaks---------------Mr. Case Speaks-----------------Mr. Peterson Speaks-------------Rosita Worl Speaks--------------Mr. Petersen Speaks-------------Dennis Patterson Speaks---------Mr. Petersen Speaks-------------Doug Sanders Speaks-------------Mr. Petersen Speaks-------------Dalee Sambo Speaks--------------Mr. Petersen Speaks-------------Mr. Hardy Speaks----------------Mr. Petersen Speaks-------------Mr. Hardy Speaks-- ---------------Tape 41, Side A-------- ---------Mr. Petersen Speaks-------------Don Mitchell Speaks--------- ----Mr. Petersen Speaks-------------Mr. Mitchell Speaks-------------Mr. Petersen Speaks-------------Peter Ittinuar Speaks-----------Dennis Patterson Speaks---------Mr. Petersen Speaks-------------Shorty O'Neill Speaks-----------

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