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Dances, ceremonies, Alaska’s first 360-degree totem and a new discovery about old times mark event
Landmark Alaska Native event returns to Juneau starting Wednesday, with strict COVID-19 rules.
Volunteers are bringing what was neglected back to light.
The report expands the number of schools that were known to have operated for 150 years.
The report was prompted by the discovery of hundreds of unmarked graves at sites in Canada.
It was the largest iteration of the games held in Juneau yet.
The next 10,000 years.
Native corporates are big business in Alaska
“It represents history.”
Juneau recently named a plaza in her honor.
The games will be held here at TMHS in April.
Their aims are the promotion of sustainable, cultural tourism in transportation, lodging, and tour opportunities.
The tribe is taking steps to consolidate a number of its offices downtown.
State has 60 days to reply.
Before these ten go up, however, a unique totem pole will be raised in the new arts campus downtown.
Erland Suppah Jr. doesn’t trust what comes out of his faucet.
The five landless communities and Vietnam veterans were left landless by the act.
All levels of leadership.