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Description:Katie John talking about Tanada Lake. Fishing explanations and where she used to fish. Took mostly male fish, hardly any female fish. Male is bigger, female got eggs, so they let them go so they can spawn. No king salmon up that way, some said there was king salmon in a lake up copper river but I never see king salmon. When salmon turn red it is call dii dzaasii? Taghes Na' Rufus Creek? dolly varden - ts un ghes klagha? Poor looking or something. Winter fish - xay luuge' Humpback fish - lukae' King salmon is pretty poor by the time it gets up there. Rainbow - don't got rainbow this side. Dog food was split in half and hung on a rack. Fish story in Ahtna and some english translation. Talking about dipnet and who used them. Mostly copper River used the dipnet. Mentasta and Chistochina used fish traps. explaining fish cutting and how they used to use only so much fish in the fish trap. Molly Galbreath - talking about fishing Every family has their own tezaani. Everybody work on fish, cut and dry it. Everybody got dog so they cut fish for dog too. They take fish out according to how much they can cut in one day. they let fish go if there is too much. . Language as given: aht
Format:Digitised: 1; Media: digital audio (lossless); Media description: digitized copy
Language (ISO639):aht
Subject:Ahtena language
Subject (ISO639):aht


Archive:  C'ek'aedi Hwnax Ahtna Regional Linguistic and Ethnographic Archive
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OaiIdentifier:  oai:ahtnaheritagefoundation.com:ANLC01-5065-01
DateStamp:  2000-07-20
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Citation: n.a. 2000-07-20. C'ek'aedi Hwnax Ahtna Regional Linguistic and Ethnographic Archive.
Terms: area_Americas country_US iso639_aht

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Country: United States
Area: Americas

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