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Alutiiq Museum, the MacArthur Prize, and Dr Lydia Black

Sven Haakanson, director of the Alutiiq Museum, was honored by a MacArthur Fellowship this week, a well-deserved recognition. He credits Lydia Black with spurring his interest in anthropology and in pursuing a doctorate degree as a means to doing his … Continue reading

Lydia T. Black audio memorials

Both of these memorials are very interesting and nicely done. Unalaska public radio Lydia Black, scholar of the Aleutians, dies at 81 KIAL News UNALASKA, AK (2007-03-13) One of the most renowned scholars of Unangan culture and art has passed … Continue reading

Alaskan author researcher Lydia Black

The following is reprinted with permission from the Kodiak Daily Mirror (thank you) and on-line at http://www.kodiakdailymirror.com/?pid=19&id=4480 Alaskan author, researcher Lydia Black dies at age 81 Article published on Monday, March 12th, 2007, By SCOTT CHRISTIANSEN, Kodiak Daily Mirror Dr. … Continue reading

Dr Lydia Black documents

Additional information about | Lydia T. Black 1925 to 2007 | Obituary | Prof Black obituary | (right click to save as MS Word document download) Memorial booklet | In Memoriam, Lydia T. Black | (pdf file, 480kB, right click … Continue reading

Lydia T. Black 1925 to 2007

I just received notice my friend and guide, Dr. Lydia T. Black, an anthropologist whose research restored to Alaskan peoples important features of their history and culture, has died early this morning in Kodiak, AK, with family, friends, and Orthodox … Continue reading