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Alaska Inter-Tribal Council
         The Alaska Inter-Tribal Council, as a statewide consortium of First Nations, which share a common bond with unique cultures, language, spirituality, and traditional values, declare our intent to proactively advocate for, protect, defend, and enhance our inherent rights, as self-determining tribal sovereigns.

Alaska Native Heritage Center
         Alaska is a land of diverse Native peoples: the Athabascan of interior and southcentral Alaska, the Yup'ik and Cup'ik Eskimo of southwest Alaska, the Inupiaq and St. Lawrence Island Yupik of northwest to northern Alaska, the Aleut and Alutiiq from Prince William Sound to the end of the Aleutian Island chain, and the Eyak, Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian of southeast Alaska. Today s indigenous Alaska Natives live in cities, towns, and villages separated by vast distances.

Alaska Natives Online
         Alaska Native American Indian anthems, flags, history, art, celebrities,culture, dance, storytelling, picture, music, languages, books, writers, radio,media, tribe, genealogy. Alaska Natives Online, tourist attractions. Alaska Native and American Indian issues, internet resources.

Inupiat of Artic Alaska
         "Prior to the arrival of European explorers in the late 18th and early 19th century, Arctic Alaska, stretching from Norton Sound to the Canadian border, was the location of numerous distinct Inupiaq-speaking groups each associated with a particular territory. As described by Ernest Burch Jr., an anthropologist with extensive knowledge of northwest Alaskan Inupiat, some of these people remained close to their home districts while others were more mobile. All, however, tended to be endogamous. That is, along with spatial differentiation, marriages commonly occurred within rather than between groups." - quote from the web site.

Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes
         The Central Council represents over 24,000 Tlingit and Haida Indians worldwide. We are a sovereign entity and have a government to government relationship with the United States. The Council's headquarters is in Juneau, Alaska but our commitment to serving the Tlingit and Haida people extends throughout the United States.

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