The Corporate Whale: ANCSA, The First 10 Years Program
McPherson, Karen Michel 1982
"This 10 part series, The Corporate Whale, will listen to some of the events
leading to the Land Claims Settlement, the mechanisms that were employed to
manage the Act, government agencies, and Native corporations, hear how leaders
assess the first 10 years, and predictions for 1991."
"Both restrictive provisions included in the Act, what the Alaska Native
Land Claims Settlement is, and how it divides up the land and the money will
discussed in this program, the second in a ten part series: The Corporate
"In this program, the third in a ten part series, The Corporate Whale, Native
leaders and others involved with the framing of the Land Claims Settlement
give some of their thoughts on the corporate concept and how well that mechanism
works for dividing the benefits of ANCSA: The Whale."
"This program is the fourth in a ten part series, The Corporate Whale: ANCSA,
The First Ten Years. Agency representatives and Native corporation leaders
will give their perspectives on the land's aspect of the Land Claims Settlement."
"In this program, the fifth in a ten part series, The Corporate Whale, leaders
of Sealaska and Cook Inlet Region, Inc., will profile their activities in
dividing the benefits of ANCSA into profits for shareholders."
"In this program, the sixth in a ten part series, The Corporate Whale, leaders
from NANA, the Northwest Alaska Native Association region, and Calista Corporation
will profile their corporation's activities in managing ANCSA's benefit."
"Both the Land Loss Formula and 7(i), the revenue sharing provision, were
intended to be equalizers in the Settlement providing resource revenues to regions
without rich lands and additional land to those without large populations.
This program, the seventh in a ten part series, The Corporate Whale, will
examine two regional corporations particularly affected by the provisions,
the Arctic Slope Regional Corporation in the north and Doyon Limited in the
"In this program, the eighth in a ten part series, The Corporate Whale,
village and regional corporation leaders will discuss centered approaches to
ANCSA's land and money entitlements, and impact."
"This program, a ninth in a ten part series, The Corporate Whale, will examine
the role of the Alaska Federation of Natives and its efforts to survive and
continue to be a unifying body for the corporations who manage ANCSA's benefits."
"In this program, the last in a ten part series, The Corporate Whale, leaders
involved in land claims implementation assess the bill that Barrow activist
Charlie Edwardsen, Jr., Etok, once referred to as 'a new harpoon.'"
Alaska Native Knowledge Network is responsible for the transcription of this
series. We would like to humbly apologize for any misspellings in advance.