Louisa Ippak was born in 1939. She recalls home domestic life. She doesn’t remember dogs being a threat in the community. She talks about dog training and discipline. She remembers the first Qallunaaq she saw, an Anglican minister, and the community’s attitude toward the RCMP. She talks about the hardship on the community when children were sent away to school. She was separated from her sister and there was some confusion with the RCMP. She remembers that her dogs were killed but can’t remember the details because she had a mental breakdown around that time and was not in the community.