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Off the Beaten Path: Mysteries of Yakobi Island, part III

...bit vague about locations, as there's a long history of the desecration of petroglyphs and other Native American cultural sites. If you're lucky enough to encounter petroglyphs or other artifacts please treat them with respect. When Craig...
Flipping Douglas Island

...Act in 1971, which spurred the establishment of Goldbelt three years later, Goldbelt sought to lay claim to its cultural sites. West Douglas was one of three land claims Goldbelt went after.Initially, Goldbelt selected a portion of Admiralty...
Sealaska nears final land claim

...the corporation had to avoid no-build, wilderness-designated lands, and asked for a much greater number of cultural sites than it was ultimately granted, Araujo added."My response is always, 'Who cherrypicked what first?'" she said...
Discovering an ancient Southeast AK

...working on a better way to locate cultural sites for the last 25 years. University...with Southeast Alaska's ancient cultural sites since the mid-1990s. In southern...researchers had found only five cultural sites in Southeast Alaska dated at more...
Native tribal leaders worry about road access to cultural landmarks

...Miller is once again worried about the Auk Kwaan's cultural sites. Miller recently rode by boat with U.S. Forest...distances - from the intertidal zone, she said. "The cultural sites are all in the intertidal area," Siroky asserted...
Indian Point may be listed on National Historic Register

The state will ask the federal government to list Indian Point on the National Register of Historic Places, officials said.
Something isn't right

...but Sealaska Corporation will be given 15 years after passage of the proposed bill to select these so-called "cultural sites" using as yet undefined criteria for selection. The proposed bill provides no limit on the minimum size of the individual...
Alaska Digest 5 p.m. May 20. Angler trail put on hold near cultural site KENAI - Almost thunderous in their impact, voices...potential impacts of the projects on Dena'ina Indian cultural sites by the Kenaitze Tribe and the State Historic Preservation...
Transportation plan threatens ancestral sites

...Like with any civilization, there is physical evidence of our existence. The federal and state agencies call them "cultural sites," but to us they are the places where people gathered, celebrated accomplishments, harvested food, mourned losses...
Travel journal: The Darjeeling mist and Kolkata slums to me.Because of lack of visibility, our options for trekking went out the door, so we instead visited local cultural sites: Buddhist and Hindu temples, a Tibetan refugee Center, Gorkha War Memorial and others. Also, we stuffed our faces...


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