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Kijik Archeological District

approximatley 50km NE of Nondalton, Alaska
County of Bristol Bay.
National Register Number: 79000410
Resource type: District.
Property type: Domestic - village site (pueblo group). The threat level was Satisfactory in
2008.
Congressional District: AK-At-Large Certified Local Government: NO

Statement of Significance (as of designation - October 12, 1994):
Located in southwest Alaska on the shore of Lake Clark, Kijik Archeological District is comprised of the surface remains of Dena'ina Athabaskan Indian settlements dating from pre-European contact to the abandonment of Kijik village around 1910. The sites making up the district comprise the largest concentration of Dena'ina sites in Southwest Alaska. These sites provide an incomparable opportunity to recognize and study complex Athabaskan settlements within a limited geographical area.

Condition:
There are no threats to the landmark at this time. The landmark is in pristine condition.

Continued monitoring by NPS indicated no changes since the last report.


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