Text & Citations for Print #12: Organized Village of Saxman v. Towarak, et. al., 2014-06
“The affirmation of being classified as rural means the retention and sustenance of natural resource harvest will remain for generations into the future.‘In Saxman, subsistence is a meaningful traditional cultural practice and a way of living and prospering in this world,’ added President Wallace.”
- Organized Village of Saxman. “Federal Subsistence Board Restores Rural Community Status to Saxman Village.” http://www.Narf.org. Native American Rights Fund, 11 March 2016, Article & pdf. http://www.narf.org/2016/03/3070/
- 8′ Raven Stealing the Sun, Moon & Stars. Bear, Circular. Photographs courtesy Lee Wallace, President, Guugwaangs (Haida) Organized Village of Saxman.
- Background text: Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act (ANILCA),
PUBLIC LAW 96-487—DEC. 2, 1980, 94 STAT. 2371.
“WordWrap 2017: Historical Reflections on the Law of the Land.” Created by Lisa Link for the Alaska Sesquicentennial Commemorative Exhibit, “Voices of Change: Perspectives on the Transfer of Alaska from Russia to the United States” at Sitka National Historical Park.