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The NN Cannery History Project gained significant media attention this year. Exposure includes articles published in Alaska Magazine, Pacific Fishing, Point Roberts Press, and E&E News of Washington D.C. and Ravn’s Alaskan Spirit in-flight magazine. Media outlets such as KDLG in Dillingham, KSKA and KNBA in Anchorage, KTOO in Juneau, KTUU in Anchorage, and Radio Free Palmer have featured stories and conducted inter- views with team members on their respective broadcasts. KTVA-TV (CBS) reporter, Rhonda McBride, also accompanied our team to South Naknek in June for a 2-part series on the news series, Frontiers.

 
 
 

2018

Naknek high schoolers compete at Anchorage International Film Festival 

By AVERY LILL, KDLG - December 7, 2018


Presentation to outline history behind Spanish flu pandemic in Alaska

By TRIPP CROUSE, KNBA- Anchorage - NOV 28, 2018

 
 


The places that escaped the Spanish flu

By Robert Gray, BBC - United Kingdom - October 24, 2018


Through digital storytelling, Bristol Bay students uncover the NN Cannery's history

By ISABELLE ROSS, KDLG - Dillingham - OCT 19, 2018


MugUp in MatSu

By Radio Free Palmer - Palmer - October 7, 2018

 
 

Saving the stories from Bristol Bay’s Naknek cannery

By Kathleen McCoy, KSKA - Anchorage - September 6, 2018

100 years ago, Spanish flu devastated Alaska Native villages

By Victoria Petersen, Peninsula Clarion - Friday, June 22, 2018

NN Cannery History Project collects stories of former cannery workers

By Erin McKinstry, Alaska Public Media - Anchorage - June 15, 2018

Packed house turns out for presentation about cannery life

By By Stefanie Donahue, The Northern Light - Blaine & Birch Bay - April 18, 2018

Alaska Packers reunion of sorts on April 14

By Lynden Tribune - April 4, 2018


MUG UP: THE NN CANNERY HISTORY PROJECT

360 North - Juneau - April 04, 2018


Historian Aims to capture life at Alaska Cannery, calls for local stories

By By Stefanie Donahue, The Northern Light - Blaine & Birch Bay - March 21, 2018

2017

NN Cannery History Project receives $60,000 grant to develop museum exhibit

By AVERY LILL, KDLG - September 7, 2017

2016

1919: The Spanish Flu in Dillingham

By Lori Townsend, Alaska Public Media - September 28, 2016

Historians investigate old South Naknek cannery

By MOLLY DISCHNER - July 20, 2016