The potential of oral tradition to locate artifacts of the past, and to reveal their significance, has made Crowell into a kind of intellectual cross-athlete. Deeming her a pioneer and an inspiration for his work, Crowell considers de Laguna's success to be an outcome of her interest in archaeology, linguistics and anthropology. CLIMATES AND SPIRITS In 2011, George Ramos, a Tlingit elder (the father of Judith Ramos), proposed to Crowell that the Arctic Studies Center search for seal-hunting camps on the Yakutat Bay. PHOTO (COLOR): Kai Monture (right) and Aron Crowell assist Tlingit elder Lena Farkas on a visit to historic Keik'uliyáa seal camp in Disenchantment Bay. [Extracted from the article]
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