Kathy Ruddy spent part of her childhood in Kodiak and moved to Juneau in 1977. She is a historian and executor of the literary estate of Richard and Nora Marks Dauenhauer. She spoke with us about her impressions of Juneau, provided us historical context, and shared memories of several Tlingit leaders.
"My earliest impressions of Juneau were that I was so interested in the waterfront and then I met Dick and Nora Dauenhauer and I really became interested in Tlingit language and culture."
Barcelona- this land
Richard and Nora Marks Dauenhauer
German poetry - Tlingit poetry
Walter Soboleff Cyril George
ministry - bolsheviks - church photographs- storytelling- Human Rights Commission