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Archivist and Northern Tutchone Specialist — email
Anne Ranigler, a Northern Tutchone and of the Crow (Hanjit) clan, was born on Sept 9th, 1944 at Whitehorse Yukon. Her parents are George and Emma Shorty. She was given the native name Enhume, after her aunt Annie Wickstrom.
After her elementary schooling at Chooutla Residential School in Carcross, Yukon, and grade nine at Whitehorse High School she started working in various restaurants and lodges around the territory.In 1970 Anne and her husband bought a highway lodge which they operated and lived in until 1981. He passed away in 1982. She has 2 step-children from her husband's first marriage. In 1986 Anne began a new career in the health field as Community Health Representative in her home town of Carmacks. ln 1991 she started with YTG's Aboriginal Language Services as a Northern Tutchone Language Interpreter in Carmacks. In 2002 she retired from that position and in September of 2004 she began work as Archivist and Northern Tutchone Specialist at the YNLC.