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Description:sounds like the man in the fish stomach story July 19, 2000 with Bill Joe about 17 minutes into the recording. Sounds like place names and fish explanations Side B: Bill Joe Uu/l uuli - little small fish. you get them from Mentasta creek or any small fish. Gene Henry born at Tsatii/l na' a creek where king salmon go too. Tsuuni na' - across from mile 21 Fishwheel - 1911 or 1912 is when Frank Carroll brought fish wheel back to Copper River. eastfork on the river right before chistochina village. Haggard creek - three mile to Gakona river is where there was a village they used that village for king salmon. Silas Henry used to be his village. His brother used to be in Baztulnetas. Cemetary up that way too. Copper Lake creek, little hill there is where they bury people. Dza' naey bene' Below Mentasta is where sockeye went up that creek too. Ben dliits bene' Natae/l luugge' - Everybody used to like Bensineta salmon - had lotta meat nuu laagge' - sockeye salmon Throw female back in and keep the male. xay luugge' don't come up that far. Tazlina all the way down to copper river have this kind of fish. tsung nisklaagii - rainbow trout dolly varden - tsabaey - grayling, whitefish, Northway call /luuggee? Side B: Bill Joe continuation Daan' delghesi - Chitina way of saying it, up there they say it gguus Uu/l uulii - little fish from Mentasta Creek or any creek. In fall time you get them. tsabaey yiige' - tsabaey na' - Fish Creek - grayling White fish eggs - eaten raw in winter and summer time. Best white fish is at Indian river. Nice, big, fat white fish. Got to take good care of fish - it will come back to you year after year - old people teach us that way Talk about where he used to go snowshoeing and other activities he used to do in the surrounding area. . 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:ANLC01-5077A-B-01
DateStamp:  2000-08-23
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Citation: n.a. 2000-08-23. C'ek'aedi Hwnax Ahtna Regional Linguistic and Ethnographic Archive.
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