Public Events Video Archive
Below are links to video recordings of events that took place at the Alaska State Library.
Money Smart Videos
- Money Smart: Financing Your Growing Business
Description: Margaret O’Neal of the Juneau Economic Development Council gives a presentation providing entrepreneurs with an overview of current financing options available to Southeast Alaska businesses.
Runtime: 45 minutes
- Money Smart: Paying off debt
Description: Sarah Lewis from the Cooperative Extension gave a presentation covering ways to increase family and financial resilience through strategies for paying off debt: assessing "good" vs. "bad" debt, what to pay off first, managing credit card debt and planning a debt payoff schedule.
Runtime: 45 minutes
Historical Collections Videos
- The Last Voyageur: Amos Burg and the Rivers of the West
Description: The Last Voyageur chronicles Burg's epic river voyages as well as his journeys along the Inside Passage and through the Tierra del Fuego archipelago in the Dorjun and later the Endeavour. We follow not only the arc of his career as an outdoor writer, photographer, filmmaker, and lecturer for National Geographic magazine, but also his expanding sense of the natural environment as a place for spiritual and emotional rejuvenation and as a living repository of American western history. Burg once wrote, "How we treat our rivers tells us something about who we are?" - Recorded November 2012
Runtime: 1 hour 12 minutes
- Alaska Native Contributions to Cartography
Description: The Alaska State Library in Juneau hosted a presentation by John Cloud on the Alaska Native contribution to 19th century cartography in the Historical Collections Reading Room on the 8th floor of the State Office Building on September 12, 2012. John Cloud is a contract historian at the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. He will discuss how Tlingit and Inupiat leaders passed their knowledge of the land and seacoast on to American cartographers and geographers.
Runtime: 1 hour 13 minutes
- "Hell Roaring Mike" Healy: Controversial Captain, with Author Lynn Schooler
Description: This video tapes a presentation at the Alaska State Library about Mike Healy, who was captain of several distinguished revenue cutters, including the Bear, from the late 1800s-1903. Healy was born in Georgia in 1839 to an Irish plantation owner and former slave. He pursued seamanship, rather than academics as his siblings did, and became a regarded enforcer of U.S. interests on Alaskan seas, as well as a nationally recognized hero for daring rescues of wrecked whalers. Healy also participated in the bombardment of Angoon. Later, he was court-martialed for other reasons. - Recorded September 2012.
Runtime: 53 minutes
Source: Alaska State Library — http://library.alaska.gov