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Charles Edwardsen, ...
www.theseminargroup.net, 25 June 2012 [cached]
Charles Edwardsen, Jr.
Arctic Slope Native Association
Charles Edwardsen, Jr. is the founder of the Arctic Slope Native Association.
Alaskool - What's New? Archive 1999
www.alaskool.org, $reference.date [cached]
"Why the Arctic Slope Inupiat Said NO to ANCSA ," letter to the President of the United States, December 18, 1971 from Joseph Upicksoun, President, Arctic Slope Native Association and Charles Edwardsen, Jr., Executive Director, Arctic Slope Native Association, Alaska Native News (September 1984) v.2, p. 16.
Speak Your Mind!
www.deltadiscovery.com, 25 Sept 2005 [cached]
As Charlie Edwardsen of the Arctic Slope Regional Corporation states, discretionary votes are suicide for the Corporation.
CHARLES EDWARDSEN, JR. ...
www.ebenhopson.com, 18 May 2006 [cached]
CHARLES EDWARDSEN, JR. ELECTED TO ASRC BOARD OF DIRECTORS Probably no single person is more closely identified with the Native land claims movement than is Charles Edwardsen, Jr., the NSB's director of Washington, D.C. Liaison.Disturbed by the lack of economic and political cooperation between the NSB and the Arctic Slope Regional Corporation, Edwardsen led a proxy fight this year that resulted in his defeat of former ASRC President Joseph Upicksoun for the at-large seat on the ASRC board of directors.
voted well over 300,000 shares, the largest amount voted for a single candidate in the annual shareholder's election late in March.Edwardsen
, who played a leading role in the organization of the NSB
in 1972, has always regarded the ASRC and the NSB
as the two main reciprocal parts of what he
calls the Arctic Slope Inupiat's "capital engine" able to protect the land while it yield's its sub-surface national wealth.
www.kiksadi.com, 19 April 2005 [cached]
Arctic Slope executive director Charles Edwardsen, Jr. described it as "welfare legislation."He required the distribution based on the land area historically occupied and stated that the current plan "would 'not provide for a fair exchange between what is being taken from us and what we would receive in exchange.'" At a December 1970 AFN meeting, a new, compromised proposal was made.
...Their reasons were outlined in a letter to President Nixon from Joe Upicksoun and Charles Edwardsen, Jr. of the Arctic Slope Native Association.