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Accession 16-018

Smithsonian Institution

Website Records, 2015

Repository: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, D.C. Contact us at osiaref@si.edu.
Creator: Smithsonian Institution
Title: Website Records
Dates: 2015
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Collection: Accession 16-018
Language of Materials: English
Summary:

This accession consists of the "Alaska Native Collections: Sharing Knowledge" website, which documents the Sharing Knowledge Project, as it existed on August 10, 2015. Through the project, members of Indigenous communities from across Alaska and northeast Siberia are working with the Smithsonian Institution and the Anchorage Museum to interpret the materials, techniques, cultural meanings, history, and artistry represented by objects in the western arctic and subarctic collections of the National Museum of Natural History and the National Museum of the American Indian. The National Museum of Natural History, Arctic Studies Center organized and implemented the project. Materials are in electronic format.

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This accession consists of the "Alaska Native Collections: Sharing Knowledge" website, which documents the Sharing Knowledge Project, as it existed on August 10, 2015. Through the project, members of Indigenous communities from across Alaska and northeast Siberia are working with the Smithsonian Institution and the Anchorage Museum to interpret the materials, techniques, cultural meanings, history, and artistry represented by objects in the western arctic and subarctic collections of the National Museum of Natural History and the National Museum of the American Indian. The National Museum of Natural History, Arctic Studies Center organized and implemented the project. Materials are in electronic format.

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Smithsonian Institution Archives, Accession 16-018, Smithsonian Institution, Website Records

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Electronic Records

"Alaska Native Collections: Sharing Knowledge" website, crawled August 10, 2015

Electronic Records