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Huna Ancestors House

When the citizens of Hoonah, Alaska, and surrounding Southeast communities arrived at Bartlett Cove in Glacier Bay National Park during the morning of August 25th, 2016, it was a homecoming over 250 years in the making. The powerful events of the day were the culmination of nearly two decades of collaboration between the Hoonah Indian Association and the National Park Service (NPS), helping to heal the past and prepare for the future.

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Juneau's Hidden History

There are only three ways into Juneau, boat, plane or birth canal—I arrived via the third route. My name is Brian Weed, I’m 34 years old and was born and raised in Juneau, Alaska.

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Yu’pik

Ethan’s hometown of Bethel lies along the great Kuskokwim River in southwestern Alaska, a nearly treeless region. Flying above it, the tundra seems to have more ponds, wetlands, and rivers than solid land. Most of the people who live there are Yup’ik, meaning “real person” in English.

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The Chugach Mountains

While not as iconic as its counterparts farther north, the Chugach Mountains offer more than a dozen peaks above the 10,000 feet mark and are home to approximately one third of Alaska’s glaciers. Measured base to summit, the range is Alaska’s second highest coastal range after the St. Elias Mountains to the east.

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Close Call on the Kuskokwim

God and nature may conspire to send you the tender mercy of rescue. Sometimes even when you believe you are on the safest path, there are unexpected pitfalls.

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