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Alaska Digest

...individuals or organizations plan preservation projects for 2006. Other sites on this year's list are: the Bureau of Indian Affairs School in Unalakleet; Flat City Historic District in Flat; Japonski Island Boathouse in Sitka; the Jesse Lee Home...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/060805/sta_20050608019.shtml
News
State of Disrepair

...needed a contractor." The other eight properties on AAHP's list, released earlier this month, include the Bureau of Indian Affairs School in Unalakleet; Flat City Historic District in Flat; Japonski Island Boathouse in Sitka; the Jesse Lee Home...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/062005/loc_20050620007.shtml
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Briefly

...Home in Seward; the Winter Watchman's House on the Kenai Peninsula; Wyatt Earp's Cabin in Nome; the Bureau of Indian Affairs school in Unalakleet; the U.S. Signal Corps Naval Radio Apartment House in Unalaska; and the Jimmy H. Doolittle...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/080101/Loc_Briefly.shtml
Local
Historic site running out of chances

...the Clover Pass School in Ketchikan, Nike Site Summit in Eagle River, the Jesse Lee Home in Seward, the Bureau of Indian Affairs School in Unalakleet, the Historic Soldotna Post Office in Soldotna, Government Hill Neighborhood in Anchorage...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/053007/loc_20070530025.shtml
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Tlingit leader, dead in crash, leaves mourners in many communities

...the first graduates of Mount Edgecumbe School in 1949. ``I moved from Wrangell to Sitka to go to (the Bureau of Indian Affairs) school in 1947,'' Borbridge said. ``John was the number one man operating the shore boats, the ferries from...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/100799/Loc_hope.html
Local
Native leaders look back on statehood

...Casper Mather, was a well known Tsimshian carver. Now 92, she is a retired teacher who taught at the Bureau of Indian Affairs school on Deermount Street, as well as at Main School and Valley Park Elementary in Ketchikan. She also trained...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/013009/sta_383099299.shtml
Nanwalek elders pass along skills, self-reliance to youth

...like many of her 12 brothers and sisters. Her parents, Juanita and Sarge Kvasnikoff, were teachers at the Bureau of Indian Affairs School. Tanapes sister, Kathy Brewster, also recalls the subsistence work that involved so many things, it took...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/081408/sta_318614012.shtml
Richard McKinley

...like most families from Hoonah, they migrated to Excursion Inlet in the summertime. He was a teacher in the Bureau of Indian Affairs school system teaching at Stevens Village, Sand Point and Fort Yukon in the Interior. He later came back to Southeast...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/031208/obi_256204723.shtml
Young leads Berkowitz in House battle

...mined for gold, and operated a tug and barge operation. He used his education degree as a teacher at a Bureau of Indian Affairs school. Young was elected mayor of Fort Yukon in 1964. He was elected to the state House two years later, serving...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/110508/sta_352353028.shtml
Association lists state's most Most Endangered Historic Properties

...in Juneau, Clover Pass School in Ketchikan, Nike Site Summit in Eagle River, Jesse Lee Home in Seward, Bureau of Indian Affairs School in Unalakleet, Weatherell-Taraski-Rust House in Talkeetna, Government Hill Neighborhood in Anchorage...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/111408/nei_356008297.shtml

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