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Karuk K-12 Curriculum
The Nanu’ávaha curriculum represents the combined efforts of many to collect, present and perpetuate tribal knowledge to and for the next generations.
Materials written for children and young adults.
This collection includes step by step informational materials that show how to do something specific.
yafuseekyávans - Cultural Dressmakers
Pamukunyafusayêepsha vúra uum yâamach ukyâahahitih: "Their good dresses were made pretty," will teach Karuk tribal members skills that will assist them in completing a ceremonial dress
As the Fix the World people, the Karuk continue to perform the sacred ceremonies to heal and renew the world as part of our responsibilities as stewards of this land and our relations, the animals, plants, water, fire, air, rocks and insects.
People's Center Collection of Historic Photographs
Date (inclusive): 1800s-2010s Photographer(s): Various
AFRI Food Security
This project is supported by the USDA-National Institute of Food and Agriculture-Agriculture and Food Research Initiative Food Security Grant # 2012-68004-20018
Frank Lake Food Collection
Native foods and food processing