This category lists sites comprised of groups and organizations that represent the social life, beliefs, and people. Sites representing items such as religion, activists, political parties, scouting, genealogy, clubs, and personal homepages are examples.
Resources and services for elders, disabled, and families.
Links, Alaska books, parks, fish and game, jobs, maps, weather, camp grounds, AK state Parks, TV, cabins, University.
Various information, links to history and culture of the Arctic.
Human populations began moving into Northeastern Siberia over sixteen thousand years ago from the more temperate regions of eastern Asia, spreading north and east with the passing of the last Ice Age until they crossed into the Americas via Alaska. That great migration was only the beginning of the story.
1867 - The United States purchased Alaska from Russia. The Treaty of Cession required that Alaska's Natives were "not to be disturbed" in their use and occupancy of their traditional lands.
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