The Indigenous Place Names Project plans to install 30 signs around Anchorage that showcase the location’s original Dena’ina name.
From a giant who steals salmon to little people who hoist caribou overhead, sightings of odd beings aren’t uncommon in Alaska.
Whether it’s shopping, surfing, birding, or another activity, here are some of the best places to indulge while you travel through Alaska.
These five sites are good places to shop and rest assured knowing you’re supporting Alaska Native artists.
Willie Hensley, instrumental in the passage of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, revisits the important and historic path to ANCSA.
Alaskans are bringing back a tool used by southeast Alaska Natives to catch halibut: the wooden halibut hook.
Alyssa London was the first person of Tlingit descent to be crowned Miss Alaska USA and went on to found a media production company.
An atasuaq is a tiny parka made with bird skins that Yup’ik mothers would use to keep their infants warm.
Lydia Dirks is a 20-year-old Unangax̂ artist living in Unalaska. Her work focuses on cultural revitalization and healing.
An apprenticeship teaches young people how to build an iqyax̂, the traditional kayak used by Unangan people of the Aleutian Islands.