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Testimony

Submitted to the
Alaska Natives Commission
in connection with a hearing at

Nome, Alaska
September 21, 1992

ALASKA NATIVES COMMISSION
JOINT FEDERAL-STATE COMMISSION
ON
POLICIES AND PROGRAMS AFFECTING ALASKA NATIVES
4000 Old Seward Highway, Suite 100
Anchorage, Alaska 99503

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Witness List | Exhibit List | PDF Version

ALASKA NATIVES COMMISSION
HEARING
Nome, ALASKA
SEPTEMBER 21, 1992

Gary Longley

COMMISSIONER TOWARAK: Thank you. Is Matthew Iya here? Matthew lya? No? Robbie Fagerstrom? (Pause.) Stanton isn't here, huh? Josie Weyionanna? (Pause.) Reginald Okitkon?

MR. OKITKON: Yeah, I'm here.

COMMISSIONER TOWARAK: Okay. You would be next.

MR. OKITKON: I'm not here to testify. I'm just here as (indiscernible - away from microphone) --

COMMISSIONER TOWARAK: Okay, thank you, Reginald.

MR. OKITKON: -- what's going on here.

COMMISSIONER TOWARAK: Gary Longley?

MR. OKITKON: (Indiscernible - away from microphone).

MR. LONGLEY: Thank you, Sam. I had planned on making an oral presentation; however, I've got a bad cold and a sore throat. But I did bring down six or seven copies of written testimony, and also I've got some backup material with it.

COMMISSIONER TOWARAK: Okay.

MR. LONGLEY: So I'd like to apologize for not being able to talk very long. I don't think I could handle it. But at least I'll leave the stuff here with you.

(TESTIMONY OF GARY LONGLEY ATTACHED AS EXHIBIT #3)

COMMISSIONER TOWARAK: I just got off the sick bed. In fact, I'm planning on going back to the sick bed when I go home (laughing), so thank you, Gary.


 

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