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History and Culture

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The impulse to tell stories is universal to the human condition, and language is the lens through which we convey who we are. Here you'll find stories, articles and essays reflecting the cultures and heritages of Alaska's people, preserving oral traditions of storytelling and accessing memories of life in the Last Frontier.
Cultural Heritage
These articles and essays reflect the cultures and heritages of Alaska's people and speak to the preservation of Alaska's history.
  
Art of Storytelling
The impulse to tell stories is universal to the human condition, and language is the lens through which we convey who we are.
  
Life in Alaska
Get a closer look at the people of Alaska. This section focuses on the memory of what life was like - or how it has changed - in the Last Frontier.
  
ANCSA at 30
This section contains excerpts of interviews and event transcripts featuring original participants reflecting upon the 30 years since the passage of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act.
  

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