NOAA Voices - Women in Alaska Fisheries

The Voices Oral History Archives is a central repository for consolidating, archiving, and disseminating oral history interviews related to commercial, recreational, and subsistence fishing in the United States and its territories. The videos captured in this study were used to document the oral history and visual ethnography methods to provide a means for women to voice their stories about the importance of fishery resources in their communities.

Interviewee

Date of Interview

Location of Interview

Apayu Moore

08/02/2018

Dillingham, AK

Lindsay Layland

07/28/2018

Dillingham, AK

Annette Caruso

06/17/2017

Naknek, AK

Joanne Nelson

08/02/2018

Dillingham, AK

Esther Ilutsik

08/01/2018

Dillingham, AK

Rhonda Wayner

09/08/2017

Naknek, AK

Rhonda Wayner, Harmony Wayner and Betty Bonin

06/17/2017

Naknek, AK

Connie Timmerman

06/20/2017

Dillingham, AK

Simuka Smith

06/07/2017

Dillingham, AK

Leilani Luhrs

06/11/2017

Togiak, AK

June Ingram

06/05/2017

Dillingham, AK

Alannah Hurley

06/05/2017

Dillingham, AK

Gayla Hoseth

06/06/2017

Dillingham, AK

Carla Harris and Judy Jo Matson

06/19/2017

Nakenk, AK

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