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When old Alaskan film reels find their way from dusty basements to the Alaska Film Archives in Fairbanks, Angie Schmidt's job is to restore and maintain the footage. Having found her own Alaskan adventure through her role as the head archivist, Angie holds a deep understanding of Alaska's history and is committed to restoring a collection of 2,000 "Alaska Review" raw tapes. Video: Hanna Craig and Kaysie Ellingson Music: Starship Amazing
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To purchase any of the clips featured in this reel, go to: http://stockfootage.com/product-category/alaska-stock-footage-reel/ You can also view more Alaska footage at: http://www.alaskafootage.net/ or by visiting http://StockFootage.com/ Alaska Footage stock video compilation for (http://www.AlaskaFootage.net) is a collection of stock footage that showcases only Alaska footage. This archive of Alaska footage was created by the award winning team of specialized cinematographers, colorists, and vfx artists from http://www.CreativeMediaGroup.com. Unlike other stock footage sites, every single shot of Alaska footage has been carefully metatagged, geotagged, and categorized so that searching through this archive of Alaska footage would be a simple process. This entire archive of Alaska foota...
"Our Alaskan Winter" is a silent film by Harmon “Bud” Helmericks and Constance Helmericks, circa 1949. The film details the Helmericks' lives as homesteaders in the Brooks Mountain Range of Alaska, and as explorers of northern Alaska and Canada. Bud Helmericks and his first wife Constance (Connie) Helmericks spent more than a decade living in and exploring northern Alaska during the 1940s and 1950s. Constance was the best-selling author of eight non-fiction books, five detailing their lives and adventures in the far north. Films that the couple shot on 16mm color film were the subject of national lecture tours. Shot with great care and artfulness under extreme living conditions, these films depict the unique lives of the Helmericks family, as well as the rapidly-changing lives of Iñupiat ...
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Construction on the long-awaited new Alaska State library and Archive building began in Juneau recently. Located in the Alaska state capitol next to the State Museum the new facilities should safely store records go back to when Alaska became a state (in 1959) at least until global warming raises the sea level 10 or 15 feet. The new complex is located between Willoughby Street and Egan Drive on landfill six or seven feet above sea level. The scheduled completion date is about January 2017. The archive building will occupy the present state museum that will in turn move into the new larger building with a parking garage.
Ggasilat (Kasilof) Alaska Historical documentary of the Kasilof area, showing a broader perspective on the history of the convergence of Western society and indigenous Alaskans. Directed by Paul Gray, independent TV producer and creator of the “Exploring Alaska Native Voices” television show. The documentary is a blend of modern footage shot by Gray and film clips and still pictures of the Kasilof region from the 1910-1940 era gathered by Gray from the University of Alaska film archive, long-time Kasilof residents and other sources. Some of the old images depict the hunts of Dall DeWeese, a Canon City, Colo., hunter who worked to designate part of the Kenai Peninsula specifically for the preservation of wild game. Also detailed in the documentary is DeWeese securing the services of An...
John Denver gets even higher on the Rockies in this visit to the 49th state, coping with polar bears, a whale hunt, a raft ride down the Alagnak River rapids and three of his own songs. 'Alaska, the American Child' https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/lifestyle/1978/05/11/alaska-the-american-child/c8c454aa-1d18-45ee-86ef-669009318182/
Learn how to interpret the results list in Alaska's Digital Archives and how to manipulate in order to narrow or cluster results. This is aimed at researchers and librarians who may be new to the Digital Archives or who may need to teach students and patrons how to use it.
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Clip contains close-up scenes of U.S. Coast Guard sailors examining the Alaska/Canada boundary line marker and, in the distance, the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter “Bear” off the coast of Alaska. This clip is from a 1921 film titled, "Trip to the Arctic with Uncle Sam" from the National Archives (Black-and-white/Silent/16mm film). This film sequence is an excerpt of AAF-312 from the National Archives Collection held by the Alaska Film Archives, a unit of the Alaska and Polar Regions Collections & Archives Department in the Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks. For more information please contact the Alaska Film Archives.
(5 Dec 2017) RESTRICTION SUMMARY: COURTESY US COAST GUARD VIDEO US COAST GUARD VIDEO - COURTESY US COAST GUARD VIDEO North of Cold Bay, Alaska - 3 December, 2017 ++NIGHTTIME VIDEO++ 1. View from helicopter as man on ship is loaded into basket, brought up to helicopter STORYLINE: The US Coast Guard says a Coast Guard MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter medivaced a man from a 143-foot fishing vessel on Sunday, about 230 miles north of Cold Bay, Alaska, on the state's southwest coast. He was flown to Cold Bay and then airlifted to Anchorage, Alaska for further medical care. =========================================================== Clients are reminded: (i) to check the terms of their licence agreements for use of content outside news programming and that further advice and assistance ca...
NARA staffer Richard Schneider discusses the preservation of historic Alaska Territory panoramic photographs in our Still Picture Holdings. The panoramas are on exhibit and open to the public at the National Archives at College Park, MD. https://www.archives.gov/news/topics/alaska-exhibit
Dedication & Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Father Andrew P. Kashevaroff Library, Archives and Museum Building in Juneau, Alaska on June 6, 2016. Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/VB6y/
See what the "basic search" in Alaska's Digital Archives actually searches, and learn some finer techniques of using it to find the items you want. This is aimed at researchers and librarians who may be new to the Digital Archives or who may need to teach students and patrons how to use it.
A male polar bear named "Binky" at the Alaska Zoo in Anchorage grabbed and badly injured an Australian tourist on Saturday (30/7). 29-year-old Sydney woman Kathryn Warburton had climbed over two protective fences in an attempt to take close-up photographs. Evidently, she encroached too close for Binky's liking. He leaned forward, grabbed Warburton with his paws and dragged her towards him. Warburton sustained a broken leg and bite wounds and has undergone surgery. Binky scored the woman's shoe. SHOWS ALASKA 30/7: bear mauling woman and people hitting bear with tree limb bear with tennis shoe in mouth ws of bear bear licking blood off bar bystanders bear with its head through bars 1.26 You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/cdaa7991f8be7...
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