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Now that I've read the whole trilogy--out of order I must admit--I consider this volume my favorite of the three. In the first volume we meet Eamon Goodman and follow his quick promotions in the After finishing The Traitor's Heir the first book of the trilogy , I felt compelled to continue reading the tale of Eamon Goodman. I felt the flow of the text improved in this volume and a grippingSEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: The Olowogbogboro Anthem - Nathaniel Bassey ft Wale Adenuga (Lyrics)
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Help us redesign the Project Jukebox website by taking a very short survey! Personal experience with first airplane at Kaltag and his dog team's reaction to the noise. Keeping visiting dog teams out of villages during the flu epidemic.
Life at a roadhouse and how dog teams were cared for there. How his father got involved with running a roadhouse. Fishing at the roadhouse in the summer to have people and dog food for the winter. Buying supplies for the road house and hauling them by dog team. Cost for travelers to eat and sleep at the roadhouse.
Click play, then use Sections or Transcript to navigate the interview. While you won't be able to watch the video in your browser, we've provided a transcript of the entire video so you won't be missing out on any important information. After clicking play, click a section of the transcript to navigate the audio or video clip. Yeah, I was born December 24th, , and I didn't know what I do for a few years. That's -- that's when we used to go to school. And -- and not talk Eskimo in school.
It started about -- about that year. Because I never go to school until later, I think,. If you do, you -- if you do -- if you do, you chew -- you have to chew a soap of some kind. And I didn't have too much trouble -- trouble on that because my dad owned the roadhouse, and I've listened to White people -- White people travelling in the roadhouse and I've listened to them, and I think on my age group, I was outstanding on talking English.
So went to school, and I -- I didn't really graduate in school, but my teacher, when we were away -- we were about 12 miles away from school, my -- my teacher would bring me a lesson every Saturday. Or Monday. And when the week is over, he reviewed me and worked me all day. Right after breakfast he would start working on -- working on me and worked me all day until suppertime. He give me the lessons for one week, and then I have to do all these lessons in that week, and then he'd come on Saturday, look them over.
And if he can't make it himself, my cousin, Henry Ivanoff, used to come down, come down and work me over. What kind of dog trails did you have? It takes -- it takes one month to get to Nome from here. One month to get to Nome by dog team. And there would be -- there would be lots of travelers -- travelers.
They usually traveled together, and break trail for each other. For what purpose you got in Nome. Nome country was the gold country, you know. And the White -- White people -- White people traveled to that place there. No airplane until 19 -- first airplane fly over from Unalakleet to Nome, I think it was Did it land in Unalakleet? And people -- people out hunting, we have all kinds of stories about that first airplane.
There was some sick people in some villages that would come up from the bed to go see. Finally everybody -- everybody started hollering, "Flying machine! That's the way they heard 'em first. Flying machine. And that -- that thing got noise. So -- when -- in the villages when they holler "flying machine," even them sick people go out from the house, go watch it. Some of them go back to bed, some of them don't. They got well. And there was a man hunting fox out in the flats, someplace between -- someplace between the foothills and Koyuk, he was out hunting, hunting fox, I guess, walking on snowshoes.
He hears some noise, when he hear unusual noise. He looked -- he looked, here comes something through the air. So he watched. He watched. It fly right over. He have no time to turn -- turn around and look, he fall backwards. When that first airplane land -- landed at Kaltag, I was down there getting some groceries from foothills.
And that night they had wire -- wire telephone to these places, St. Michaels and Kaltag, up Yukon. I don't know how far they go up Yukon, but they have wire -- wire. So we -- we heard that first airplane is at Kaltag, Yukon River. And I was supposed to go back tomorrow. Tomorrow he'll come. So I -- I loaded my dad's groceries, I waited -- waited, I wanted to see air -- the flying machine. I start tra -- tra -- carrying mail when I was 12 years old.
I was helping the mail carriers when I was 12 years old. So I waited, waited, waited and pretty soon 12 o'clock come, he didn't come.
I got to be back -- I had to travel 25 miles to my home, roadhouse, so I decided to go. So I went. I got about 6 miles away from Unalakleet, I hear the noise. There he was circling Unalakleet down there, so I stopped my dogs and stay there. My dogs anxious to travel, and I tried to keep them there. I didn't stay very long, maybe 20 minutes, 20 minutes or so. He took off, here he come. I gonna watch it. He's gonna fly right over dog trail. That plane got close enough, my dogs wouldn't go for that noise, they -- they go and come home afraid no more.
The only time I see is when -- front to -- when he go over the mountains to indiscernible. They scared of that noise.
They never hear that noise before. They got scared of that noise, and they couldn't keep still, they got to go. So when -- when I first see -- see it taking off, taking off from Unalakleet, I must have said "flying machine" to my dogs. I was all alone, and them dogs heard it, "flying machine," and they -- they want to go.
And after that when I travel out in the road, when I'm in a hurry, hurry, when I say "flying machine," they take off. You got a problem with that flying machine making noise, they didn't know flying machine, just when I say "flying machine," they take off.
Michael's and Unalakleet. When they had war out there, we didn't read the newspaper until next year. Takes that long to get to Alaska. One year to get to Alaska that warning. So that's a -- I -- that's -- that's about as fast as the mail can travel from Outside. I know where the dog team starts from this end -- this end -- but go to Fairbanks. Who's a history major? It didn't struck Unalakleet, Shaktoolik, Koyuk, Elim.
That sickness, it didn't touch them people. And villag -- villages, when they hear that -- when they hear that sickness, they get ready here. They got -- they protect outside the village on each side. When a dog team come, they keep them away. They keep -- they tried to keep them away.
They all had shotguns. No pistol, shotgun. If somebody tried to go through the village, they were supposed to shoot them. They were sick. That kind -- that sickness was -- you'd be all right, you'd be all right, but if you got the germs of it, just as soon as you go out, you drop dead. That's the kind of sickness it was, that sickness.
And that's that other one that they carried that what you call it to Nome, it came quite late.
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