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Alutiiq Museum and Archaeological Repository
215 Mission Road, Suite 101
Kodiak, Alaska 99615
Voice: 907-486-7004

The museum preserves and shares the cultural traditions of the Alutiiq people through exhibits, educational programs, publications, anthropological research, and the care of traditional objects.

The Alutiiq Museum is an outgrowth of the Kodiak Area Native Associationís (KANA) Culture and Heritage program. In 1987, the KANA Board of Directors resolved that the exploration and celebration of Alutiiq heritage was essential to the health of Alutiiq communities, and they initiated a set of heritage programs designed to promote awareness of Alutiiq history, language, and arts.



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