La Quen Náay Liz Medicine Crow pointed to the history of Alaska Native youth being sent out of state to boarding schools and to punitive asylums in the Lower 48.
Brands and companies are working to remove their Juneteenth items from shelves, as experts say those who are selling Juneteenth-branded products are “tone-deaf.”
The 62-foot vessel was built in 1925 and spent decades patrolling the waters of what’s now known as the Tongass National Forest.
The remains of the four buried recently in Kodiak were too old to be identified, but there’s a sense that they’re finally home, the executive director of the Alutiiq Museum said.
George Fox is the only known Unangax̂ soldier killed fighting in World War II, or in any war since.
The state announced the $128,250 sale on Wednesday afternoon.
Inspired by her experiences growing up in Juneau and hearing the history of Juneau through her family, author Juliana Hu Pegues researched local legends of Juneau’s Asian residents more in-depth.
The Alaska Legislature passed a bill with an 11th hour amendment that directs the administration to transfer Telephone Hill to the city.
Hundreds of hours of Southeast Native Radio broadcasts are now archived on the internet and available for anyone to listen to.
A crew of researchers isn’t just relying on high-tech gadgets to locate the lost ship. They’re also turning to the historical record.