Results 1-10 of 10 for "Yup'ik"
  1. Timeline / Reshaping America / 1784: Russian fur traders massacre Sugpiaq on Kodiak Island 1784: Russian fur traders massacre Sugpiaq on Kodiak Island Russian fur ...
  2. Timeline / Reshaping America / 1794: Russian missionaries come to Kodiak, Alaska 1794: Russian missionaries come to Kodiak, Alaska The first Russian Orthodox missionaries ...
  3. Timeline / Defining Rights and Responsibilities / 1835: Russian-American Company orders Native vaccinations 1835: Russian-American Company orders Native vaccinations ...
  4. Timeline / Defining Rights and Responsibilities / 1848: Commercial whaling destroys Yup‘ik, Inuit traditions 1848: Commercial whaling destroys Yup‘ik, Inuit traditions ...
  5. Timeline / Defining Rights and Responsibilities / 1886: Lawman brings reindeer to Yup’ik 1886: Lawman brings reindeer to Yup’ik Yup’ik oral history describes a “great ...
  6. Timeline / Defining Rights and Responsibilities / 1900: Measles, the ‘Great Sickness,’ strikes Alaska Natives 1900: Measles, the ‘Great Sickness,’ strikes Alaska Natives ...
  7. Timeline / Renewing Native Ways / 1972: Center for study, preservation of Native languages established 1972: Center for study, preservation of Native languages established ...
  8. Timeline / Renewing Native Ways / 1976: Alaska Native high school students sue Alaska State 1976: Alaska Native high school students sue Alaska State Molly Hootch, ...
  9. Timeline / Renewing Native Ways / 1982: Yupiit Yuraryarait dance festival celebrates living Yup’ik 1982: Yupiit Yuraryarait dance festival celebrates living Yup’ik ...
  10. Timeline / Renewing Native Ways / 1993: City of Bethel, Alaska, bans alcohol 1993: City of Bethel, Alaska, bans alcohol Bethel, Alaska, a city whose residents are ...