Alaska Film Archives

[David and Mike Doxey Film collection 1]
[David and Mike Doxey Film collection 1]
This original film was labeled "Umiat." Footage includes snowmachine travel, ice fishing, a large burbot, pulling nets, Umiat (?), people working on snowmachines, several DeHaviland Twin Otter airplanes arriving, scenery and snowmachine travel, a dead moose killed by wolves (?), and additional North Slope scenes.
[David and Mike Doxey Film collection 2]
[David and Mike Doxey Film collection 2]
Footage includes a family ice fishing, men with ptarmigan, Summit Lake on Richardson Highway, a cabin, a hunting camp, riverboats, freeze-up and windy winter scenes, snowmachines, camping on Homer Spit, river scenes, grayling fishing, and hunting camp scenes.
Gardening is great in the north
Gardening is great in the north
This film contains tips about gardening in the North. It includes scenes of man mushing dogs to a cabin, a man and woman talking about hunting and farming, a woman making a phone call using a rotary phone, Virgil Severns of Cooperative Extension Service, gardening site selection tips, vegetable variety tips, a demonstration of starting seeds in foam cups, people shoveling soil and talking about soil sample kits, a man using a roto-tiller in a small garden area, people discussing fertilizer, a man demonstrating how to prepare potatoes for planting, a demonstration of garden planting techniques, hoeing and weeding, a family harvesting vegetables from their garden, and a demonstration of techniques for storing carrots. The credits are as follows: Photographer and editor, Reginald Emmert of UAF Rasmuson Library Media Services, animation and art by Dolores Hutchison, audio by Kevin Hamel, music by Helen Hansen, production assistance by Kathy Kollodge, special thanks to Claire Fejes and Gary Stein and Virgil Severns, and supported by The Alaska Native Human Resource Development Program. A list of gardening publications appears at the end.
[Perspectives on natural resource development in Alaska 1]
[Perspectives on natural resource development in Alaska 1]
The original Betamax videotape is labeled “Perspectives, set one.” The video contains scenes from a puppet show, which is followed by an unidentified man discussing conservationists and the logging industry.
[Perspectives on natural resource development in Alaska 2]
[Perspectives on natural resource development in Alaska 2]
The original Betamax videotape is labeled “Perspectives, issues master.” The video contains repeated images of a small town, newspaper headlines related to the Trans-Alaska pipeline, photos of pipe segments, and clips from interviews with a variety of individuals (including Vic Fischer and Harry Carter) about concerns over the proposed pipeline construction
[Perspectives on natural resource development in Alaska 3]
[Perspectives on natural resource development in Alaska 3]
The original Betamax videotape is labeled “Perspectives, how should land be used.” The video contains clips from interviews with a variety of individuals (including Vic Fischer and Joe Josephson) about the development of natural resources in Alaska.
[Pipeline, South Atigun Pass]
[Pipeline, South Atigun Pass]
This film contains very grainy and static images of the Trans-Alaska pipeline, a washed out culvert along the road, and a distant shot of a vehicle traveling along the Haul Road.