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Rudy James


Rudy James, a Kuiu Tribal spokesman and historian, was raised in a remote SE Alaska Tlingit Indian village. He is active in working for continuation of the Tlingit People’s cultural heritage and spiritual values. He also serves as the Lead Judge for the Kuye’di Tribal Court and the Combined Tribal Court of Tlingit Law. James is a member of the Board of Directors of the International Human Rights Association of American Minorities.


Online resources by or about Rudy James:

Celebrating the American Indian Heritage: Rudy James
Author: Lisa Labosky
Type: authorbio
Description: Article about James from “The Exponent”, the Baldwin-Wallace College newspaper.

URL: http://www.bw.edu/~exponent/current/campus/rudyjames.htm

Books by Rudy James:

James, Rudy. Devilfish Bay : the giant devilfish story
Woodinville, WA : Wolfhouse Pub., 1997.
Genre: Folklore
ISBN: 1891081004

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