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Obama declares K-Beach flood area a federal disaster

...she said. Karluk Avenue resident Clare Swan expressed similar worries about what's...right at the moment," she said. Clare Swan said she and her husband Van Swan...basement for more than a month. Clare Swan said they don't know for sure the...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-01-23/obama-declares-k-beach-flood-area-a-
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K-Beach flood exact cause and fix unknown

...significant snow following the January thaw, spring breakup likely won't wreak as much havoc as it otherwise could have. Clare Swan, a Karluk Avenue resident, said her home fared well compared to others and water in the area seems to be going down...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-04-03/seeking-answers
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More to learn, and more to share

...perspective of the Dena'ina, the indigenous people of Southcentral Alaska.In a Sept. 29 story in the Clarion, Clare Swan, a Kenaitze elder and chair of the Cook Inlet Tribal Council, explained the role elders play in passing their heritage...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2013-10-04/more-to-learn-and-more-to-share
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Kenaitze tribe sponsors Dena'ina Athabascan exhibit in Anchorage

...One fact is that the most spectacular pieces generally are not found in American institutions, Leggett said. For Clare Swan, Kenaitze-Dena'ina Tribe Elder and Chair of the Cook Inlet Tribal Council, the exhibit is a chance to give a voice...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-09-14/kenaitze-tribe-sponsors-denaina-atha
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K-Beach flooding will likely continue

...undeveloped wetlands, the second shows homes and roads built between the wetlands and Cook Inlet. Kenaitze Indian Tribe Elder Clare Swan and her husband have lived in the flooded zone since 1988. This fall's flooding is the first she can personally recall...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-11-06/k-beach-flooding-will-likely-continu
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Pulling the past into the present

...educate non-Dena'ina but also bring a deeper cultural understanding to people whose heritage was put on display. Clare Swan, a Kenaitze elder and chair of the Cook Inlet Tribal Council, said elders owe an explanation of history to their children...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-09-28/pulling-the-past-into-the-present
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Book serves as reminder, guide

...photographs of the local area, as well as stories and poems from several local contributors, such as Jake Ivanoff, Clare Swan and other people in the community who were born and raised here. Trefon said the goal of the book was to pass down stories...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/100107/news_4062.shtml
Kenaitze Tribe breaks ground on new wellness center

...special place of wellness, wholeness, convenience and comfort for those who seek medical care." Kenaitze Tribal Elder Clare Swan said the plans and the funding secured so far have been a reaffirmation of the tribe and its people. She said the center...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2012-08-06/kenaitze-tribe-breaks-ground-on-new-
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Kenai couple's artistic gifts enrich communities of central peninsula

...history. Bunny uses stories passed down from the late elder Peter Kalifornsky and others, including one her mother, Clare Swan, wrote called "Once Upon a Dena'ina Time," which describes dragons that live in Mount Redoubt and cause it to erupt...

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