Interviewees

Community members, researchers and youths interviewed 37 elders and hunters from four communities (Iqaluktuuttiaq, Umingmaktuuq, Qingauk, and Qurluqtuq) between 1997 and 2000. The following is a list of interviewees who shared their personal experiences and  Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit.The interviewees were selected by the Tuktu and Nogak Board or recommended by elders and hunters.

Copies of photos, transcripts and tapes from each interview were returned to the interviewee so that he or she could decide who to share them with. For example, some interviewees have brought their tapes into local schools to be integrated into education programs. Photo albums and a full set of interview tapes and transcripts are available in each community either at elders' centres or hunters and trappers organizations. The original copies are held by the Kitikmeot Inuit Association in Qurluqtuq.

 

IntervieweeCommunity

Akana, John

Umingmaktuuq

Akoluk, Martha

Qingauk

Algona, BobbyQurluqtuq
Algona, May Qurluqtuq

Alonak, Jack

Qurluqtuq

Analok, Frank

Iqaluktuuttiaq

Angulalik, Bessie

Iqaluktuuttiaq

Angulalik, Mabel

Iqaluktuuttiaq

Hagialok, Jessie

Qingauk

Hakongak, Naikak

Iqaluktuuttiaq

Hikok, Nellie

Qurluqtuq

Kailik, Buster

Qurluqtuq

Kamoayok, Lena

Umingmaktuuq

Kaniak, David

Iqaluktuuttiaq

Kaniak, Mary

Umingmaktuuq

Kaosoni, Annie

Iqaluktuuttiaq

Kaosoni, Mackie

Iqaluktuuttiaq

Kapolak, AllenQingauk
Kapolak-Haniliak, GeorgeQingauk

Kavanna, George

Iqaluktuuttiaq

Keyok, Charlie

Umingmaktunq

Keyok, MonaUmingmaktunq

Kingnektak, Alice

Haniraqhiq

Kingnektak, Doris

Haniraqhiq

Koihok, Moses

Iqaluktuuttiaq

Komak, Annie

Iqaluktuuttiaq

Komak, Archie

Iqaluktuuttiaq

Kuptana, George

Umingmaktuuq

Kuptana, Noah

Umingmaktuuq

Maniyogina, Jimmy

Iqaluktuuttiaq

Nalvana, Connie

Qurluqtuq

Omilgoetok, Bessie

Iqaluktuuttiaq

Omilgoetok, Paul

Iqaluktuuttiaq

Panegyuk, Ella

Umingmaktuuq

Panegyuk, George

Umingmaktuu
Peter, AvalakIqaluktuuttiaq