Bari Talley

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
Community: 
Sípnuuk
Category: 
Education, History
Summary: 
Alice Lincoln-Cook, CIBA Board member, presentation at 2018 TREX about positive affects of prescribed burning for basketweaving materials.
Community: 
Sípnuuk
Category: 
Cultural Practices
Summary: 
burnt down during 1964 flood
Community: 
Karuk Tribe
Category: 
Education, History
Orleans School
Community: 
Sípnuuk
Category: 
History, Landscape
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Community: 
Sípnuuk
Category: 
Education, History
Orleans Playground
Summary: 
below Forest Service
Community: 
Sípnuuk
Category: 
History, Landscape
Orleans Bridge below Forest Service
Community: 
Sípnuuk
Category: 
History, Landscape
Orleans Ranger Station
Community: 
Sípnuuk
Category: 
Genealogy, History, Land and Water Management Practices, Agriculture
Shot (Short?) Browns Flat 1909
Summary: 
Booklet created to substantiate the Karuk Tribe's NAGPRA claim to Karuk cultural heritage items at the Autry Museum of the American West
Community: 
Karuk Tribe, Sípnuuk
Category: 
Arts, Cultural Practices, Cultural Practices,Language, Language, Law Policy and Justice
Summary: 
Karuk Basketweaver Brittany Souza. Her baby basket is made of Hazel Sticks/ Sarip (Black): Maiden hair fern Yumaareekritapkir and Bear Grass (White): Panyurar.
Community: 
Karuk Tribe
Category: 
Arts, Cultural Practices, Natural Resources, Natural Resources,Traditional Foods and Materials
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