Tanam Awaa

Nation's Work

Tanam Awaa

Revitalizing the ways of the Unangax̂ through contemporary tools; bridging the values and stories of our ancestors into the present and beyond for us and for the coming generations we don't see yet, for their time here.
Voices and Sounds of Unangan

Unangam Tunuu

Unangan Tunuu is a set of tools and resources for Unangan speakers and learners.

Unangam Tunuu
in the school

St. Paul Island School elementary-age learners have two Unangam Tunuu classes each week. In the classes the learners speak greetings, sing songs, perform routines, and play games using some “Where Are Your Keys?” techniques. 

Additionally, the Aleut Community of St. Paul Island and the Pribilof School District have collaborated on a course in St. Paul Island School for middle and high school learners, Unangam Tunuu Speaking Learning Teaching (UTSLT).

Ways of Life: Tools, Beliefs and Practices

Unangam Adaan Maqam Malganangin

Unangam Adaan Maqam Malganangin is an online repository of Unangan cultural and historical information and documents.

@tanamawaa

Like and follow our Facebook page, @tanamawaa, an online community where you can view or post videos of Unangan Tunuu and ask questions of other speakers.

Partners and Funders

TanamAwaa.com is made possible through the help and funding available from the following partners and funders.

(907) 546-2546 (main)

2050 Venia Minor Road, P.O. Box 86
St. Paul Island, AK. 99660

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