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Anchorage
Alaska
Alaska Office of History and Archaeology
550 West 7th Avenue
Suite 1310
Anchorage AK 99501
Phone 907 269-8721
Web Site  www.dnr.state.ak.us/parks/oha_web/shpo.htm
E-mail  oha@alaska.net
Description  statewide agency for historic preservation planning and assistance for programs
Type of Resource   History Related Organization
Nature of Group or Site  Government
Field of Study  Archaeology
Research/Reading  Archives

Anchorage Museum of History and Art
121 West Seventh Ave
Anchorage AK  99519
Phone 
907 343-4326
Web Site  www.ci.anchorage.ak.us/Services/Departments/Culture/Museum/
E-mail  museum@ci.anchorage.ak.us
Description  Alaska cultural through ethnology, history and art
Type of Resource  Museum
Primary Focus Local History
Field of Study Science Facility Archaeology

Anvik
Alaska
Anvik Historical Society and Museum
PO Box 110
Anvik AK 99558
Phone 
907 663-6358
Web Site  www.museumsalaska.org/member_museums.htm - anvik
Description  history and archaeology of Athabascan village, Anvik Mission
Type of Resource  Museum
Primary Focus  Local History
Field of Study Science Facility  Archaeology
Collection N-Z  Photography
Group Identity  Native American

Kodiak
Alutiiq Museum and Archaeological
215 Mission Rd Suite 101
Kodiak AK  99615
Phone 
907 486-7004
Web Site  www.alutiqmuseum.com
E-mail alutiig2@ptialaska.net
Description  small museum and separate exhibit area
Type of Resource  Museum
Field of Study Science Facility  Archaeology
Group Identity Native American
Research/Reading  Library

Unalaska
Alaska
Museum of the Aleutians
314 Salmon Way
PO Box 648
Unalaska AK  99685
Phone
907 581-5150
Web Site www.aleutians.org
E-mail aleutians@arctic.net
Description
Type of Resource
Museum
Field of Study Science Facility  Archaeology

 

Alabama
Moundville
Moundville Archaeological Park
1 Mound State Parkway
Moundville AL 35474
Phone 205 371-2234
Web Site http://moundville.ua.edu/
Description  Moundville Archaeological Park-the Big Apple of the 14th  century-offers Native life skills workshops, Indian Summer Day  Camp, and the annual Moundville Native American Festival. Tour  the park of prehistoric Indian mounds, campgrounds, picnic areas, and a boardwalk nature trail, and see the site of the only earthlodge council house ever discovered in Alabama. (Text Courtesy of University of Alabama Museums)
Type of Resource Museum
Building Type Mounds
Field of Study/Science Facility Archaeology
Group Identity Native American
Owner/Operator:  University of Alabama
New or Updated:  4/4/2003
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