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Links

Here is a list of Links recommended by us.. Please feel free to visit these websites. Links will open in a new window.

NATIVE OWNED BUSINESSES:

  • Kasaan Carver ~ Nang K’adangaas “Eric Hamar” (born May 1st, 1991 in Ketchikan, AK) is an Alaskan Haida Artist. His specialties are woodcarving and public art, though he has also worked in stone, metal and painting. His parents are Stormy and Bonnie Hamar of Kasaan.
  • Judy Helgesen ~ A blog for the art work of Waahlgahl-Jaad. She creates handmade cedar hats and baskets, as well as other Haida items. She also makes dolls adorned with alder masks, clan regalia, cedar hats and blankets.
  • Doug Chilton ~ Doug, Yaa nak.ch, is a Tlingit Indian. He is of Raven moiety, Yéil, and a member of the Deisheetaan Clan, Beaver Clan, and is from the Raven House, Yéil Hit, of Angoon, Alaska.

Other links:

Prince of Wales Farmer’s Market ~ The POW Farmer’s Market will provide a collective venue for all groups and individuals to market thier special products and contribue a more affordable and healthy source of food for customers.

Prince of Wales Chamber of Commerce ~ Our mission is “To promote economic commerce on Prince of Wales Island by advocating economic vitality, high quality of life, and wise use in the development of our resources for the benefit of all Island residents and their communities.”

Sealaska Heritage Institute ~ Sealaska’s nonprofit organization conceived by clan leaders and Elders. SHI directs a range of educational and cultural programs to perpetuate and enhance Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian cultures.

Central Council of Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska ~ CCTHITA is the Tribal Government representing more than 28,000 Tlingit and Haida Indians worldwide. We are a sovereign entity and have a government to government relationship with the United States.

Tlingit – Haida Regional Housing Authority: Student Housing Voucher Program
Get the Student Housing Voucher (SHV) Application to apply for SHV Program. Application is due: August 15. If you have any questions, concerns or need assistance please contact Jocelyn K. Ramirez, Tribal Services Manager via email jramirez@thrha.org or call her at 907-780-3194.

Association of American Indian Phyicians: Health Careers for Native Students
AAIP works to increase the number of American Indian/Alaskan Native trained and employed in the health professions by encouraging students to explore health careers, providing services that aid them in competing for entrance into and graduating from health professions training programs.

Preparing Indigenous Teachers and Administrators for Alaskan Schools
PITAAS is a teacher preparation program for Alaska Natives at the University of Alaska Southeast.

NMAI American Indian News Service
News relating to and of interest to Native Americans worldwide.