Sesquicentennial Stories

Emmett Williams produced Sesquicentennial Stories with the Sitka History Museum and KCAW Raven Radio.

Sesquicentennial Stories Ep 1 Lee Farrow – Alaska Purchase Part 1

Sesquicentennial Stories Ep 2 Lee Farrow – Alaska Purchase Part 1

Sesquicentennial Stories Ep 3 Sergei Kan – Creoles

Sesquicentennial Stories Ep 4 David Kanosh – Language

Sesquicentennial Stories Ep 5 Jane Angvik – Women’s Hall of Fame

Sesquicentennial Stories Ep 6 Tommy Joseph – Native Alaskan Art

Sesquicentennial Stories Ep 7 Ross Coen – Alaskan Cities Part 1

Sesquicentennial Stories Ep 8 Ross Coen – Alaskan Cities Part 2

Sesquicentennial Stories Ep 9 Father Oleksa – Boarding Schools Part 1

Sesquicentennial Stories Ep 10 Father Oleksa – Boarding Schools Part 2

Sesquicentennial Stories Ep 11 Dennis Noble – Capt Mike Healy Part 1

Sesquicentennial Stories Ep 12 Dennis Noble – Capt Mike Healy Part 2

Sesquicentennial Stories Ep 13 Ross Coen – Uncomfortable History Part 1

Sesquicentennial Stories Ep 14 David Kanosh – Uncomfortable History Part 2

News

 Fodor’s Go List 2017 (Metro U.S., 1/3/2017)

Creating meaning from our shared history in Alaska (News-Miner, 1/1/2017)

A statue of Seward in Juneau would also honor painful history in Alaska (Alaska Dispatch News, 6/26/2016)

Why do you love Alaska? (Alaska Dispatch News, 12/31/2016)

Sitka makes big plans for 150th Alaska Day (Daily Sitka Sentinel & Juneau Empire, 07/26/2015)

Sitka museum set to reopen next summer after renovations (Daily Sitka Sentinel/AP, 11/8/2016)

Alaska Day dilemma: celebrating history without colonialism (KCAW News, 10/26/2016)

Tracing Alaska’s Russian Heritage (Smithsonian, 7/7/2016)

What is the Sesquicentennial? (Peninsula Clarion, 1/14/2017)

 Historic Painting comes to Alaska (Juneau Empire, 2/19/2017)