History

Last changed on Wed, 12/31/1969 - 16:00
Community
Sípnuuk
Category
History, Natural Resources, Traditional Foods and Materials
Summary
The Yurok and Karuk Tribe collect and process food to support the Standing Rock #NoDAPL movement for clean water and sustainable food
Community
Sípnuuk
Category
History
Summary
The Humboldt Times - January 1965 news clipping of Orleans students flight by US Army helicopter to Hoopa
Community
Sípnuuk
Category
History
Summary
The Humboldt Times - January 1965 news clipping of story of flooding of Trinity River in Hoopa Valley on Christmas
1964_Flood_News_Clipping_001r.jpg
Community
Sípnuuk
Category
History
Summary
The Humboldt Times - January 1965 news clipping of Orleans Bridge damage
Community
Sípnuuk
Category
Education, History
Summary
This film unpacks some of the complexities that Karuk youth and Tribal people face when confronting the ideas of education, learning, and success. In interviews with Karuk elders, educators, parents and past students we talk about the history of boarding
Orleans Bridge below Forest Service
Community
Sípnuuk
Category
History, Landscape
Summary
below Forest Service
Orleans Bridge
Community
Sípnuuk
Category
History, Landscape
Summary
Looks like it could have been a postcard
Charlotte "Lottie" Thom Ferris and Alverius "Alvie" Ferris
Community
Sípnuuk
Category
Genealogy, Genealogy, History, History, Landscape
Summary
Lottie and Alvie Ferris pictured on what may be the Thom property on Roger's Creek.
Caroline Mabel Ferris, Charlotte "Lottie" Ferris
Community
Sípnuuk, Karuk Tribe
Category
Genealogy, Genealogy, History, History
Summary
Sister-in-law portrait by Charles Eastman, taken at the Frederick Ferris house. Caroline Mabel Ferris (around 19 years old)was the oldest daughter of Fred and Nancy Ferris with Charlotte "Lottie" Thom Ferris (about 21) who was married to Alvie Ferris
Community
Karuk Tribe
Category
Cultural Practices, History, Land and Water Management Practices, Agriculture, Natural Resources, Traditional Foods and Materials
Summary
This is a student video made for the Nanu’ávaha K-12 Karuk Cultural Curriculum in 2016.