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Athabascan Indians
The Athabaskan Indians live in the Alaskan Interior.

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Are Eskimos and Inuit the same people?
I answered a letter a while ago, from someone at a museum in Alaska. They wanted to know why Inuit (which I am of) dislike being called "Eskimos." After all, many Alaskans don't mind being called Eskimos, and even seem to dislike the term "Inuit" when southerners apply it them, however well-intentioned. I am not surprised by the confusion.

Alaskan Native Cultures
There are three types of Alaskan Natives with different cultural and linquistic history. They are Indian, Eskimo and Aleut. These are further defined by eleven distinct cultures.

Eskimo / Esquimaux
Eskimo is the term used when speaking of Inupiaq and Yupik people collectively or to mean all Inuit and Yupik people of the world.

Did you know Aleuts were sent to internment camps during WWII?
Long-silent Aleuts revisit the suffering of World War II internment camps in a new documentary film set to air on Public Television this month.

Native Village of Akhiok profile
Akhiok is located at the southern end of Kodiak Island at Alitak Bay. It lies 80 miles southwest of the City of Kodiak, and 340 miles southwest of Anchorage.

Former Chief Pete J. Peter explains Gwich'in culture
Our way of life is to respect the mother earth and it's animals.

Unangan (Aleut) Heritage
Several thousand years ago, before European explorers discovered the shores of the Aleutian Islands, they were inhabited by the “Unangas” (Aleut people).

Alaskan Natives A-Z

Alaskan Native Art Prints and Posters

Books about Alaskan Natives

Alaskan Native Cultures
 Eleven Alaskan Native Cultures
 Aleut Natives
 Did you know Aleuts were sent to internment camps during WWII?
Long-silent Aleuts revisit the suffering of World War II internment camps in a new documentary film set to air on Public Television this month.
 Athabascan Indians
 Eskimo / Esquimaux
 Alutiiq (Sugpiac or Russian-Aleut) Eskimos
 Akhiok Village Profile
 Inupiaq Eskimos
 Inuit (politically correct way to say Eskimo)
 Inuit hunters say global warming is thinning ice
Inuit hunters are falling through thinning ice and dying. Dolphins are being spotted for the first time. There's not enough snow to build igloos for shelter during hunts.
 Yup'ik Eskimos
 Cup'ik Eskimos
 St. Lawrence Island Yupik
 Siberian Yupik
 Eyak Indians
 Haida Indians
 Tlingit Indians
 Tsimshian Indians
Alaskan Native Languages

Alaskan Native Legends

Alaska Tribal Governments

 Alaska Tribal Councils
 Alaskan Native Regional Corporations
 Ahtna, Inc
 Aleut Corportation
 Arctic Slope Regional Corporation
 Bering Straits Native Corporation
 Bristol Bay Native Corporation
 Calista Corporation
 Chugach Alaska Corporation
 Cook Inlet Region, Inc. (CIRI)
 Doyon, Limited
 Koniag, Inc
 NANA Regional Corporation
 Sealaska Corporation
 Alaskan Native Village Corporations
 Bethel Native Corporation
Alaskan Village Profiles
Villages by Region
 Aleut & Alutiiq
 Athabascan (Dena)
 Eyak, Tlingit, Haida & Tsimshian
 Inupiaq & St. Lawrence Island Yupik
 Yup'ik & Cup'ik

Alaskan Village Profiles
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