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Alaska Natives are indigenous peoples of the Americas native to the state of Alaska within the United States. They include Inupiat, Yupik, Aleut, and several Native American peoples, including Tlingit, Haida, Tsimshian, Eyak, and a number of Northern Athabaskan peoples.
In 1912 the Alaska Native Brotherhood was founded.
In 1971 Congress passed the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act which settled land and financial claims and provided for the establishment of 13 Alaska Native Regional Corporations to administer those claims. Similar to the status of the Canadian Inuit and First Nations, which are recognized as distinct peoples, Alaska Natives are in some respects treated separately from Native Americans in the United States.
Below is a full list of the different Alaska Native cultures. Within each culture are many different tribes.
- Aleut (in their own language they refer to themselves as Unangan)
- List of Alaska Native Tribal Entities — the list of officially recognized Native Villages and other "tribal entities", according to the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.
- List of indigenous peoples
- Native Americans in the United States
References & BibliographyEdit
- ↑ Alaska Department of Labor & Workforce Development. (2006). "Table 1.8 Alaska Native American Population Alone By Age And Male/Female, July 1, 2006." Alaska Department of Labor & Workforce Development, Research & Analysis. Retrieved on 2007-05-23.
- Alaska Federation of Natives
- Alaska Native Health Board
- Alaska Native Heritage Center
- First Alaskans Institute
- Tlingit National Anthem, Alaska Natives Online
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