This section of the website contains several “time-aligned” Dena’ina stories. This means that you can listen to a story and follow along by reading the Dena’ina text and an English translation. You can listen to the entire story without interuption, or you can click an audio link next to a particular line of the story and listen to just than line. There are several different types of stories here: traditional narratives, historical narratives, and memories of everyday life.
|Htsast'a Ghu Nał T'qighit'ach'
|How it was in the past for us
|Deggech' Tinitun Dilah Vena Qech'
|Upper Trail to Telaquana Lake
|Kił Ch'qinaghiłnik'en Sutdu'a
|The Story of the Stupid Boy
|K'nuy'a Uhu Ch'el'ani
|We Go For Beaver
|Lime Village Territory
|K'uhda'i Ghuseltax Ha Nił'unilyax
|A Moose is Skinned and Butchered
|Putting Up Salmon
|The Lords Prayer
|How They Used to Train Geese
|Nughil Vetnu Nudghiłent
|At the Waterfall on Newhalen River
|Qetitl' K'elik'a Ch'tunik'nasdzeden
|Potlach Song of a Lonely Man
|Summer Boat Travel on the Upper Stony River
|The First Underwater People (Russians)
These stories were time-aligned and compiled by Andrea Berez, James Kari & Sadie Williams. A CD version was distributed at the 2005 Dena’ina Language Institute.