King Island, Alaska
In 2005 and 2006 the National Science Foundation (NSF) paid for a research project. They brought a few King Island people back to the Island. Some of the people had not been back in 50 years.
James Cook was the first European to see the island in 1778. He named the island after a person in his group called James King. It is part of the Bering Sea piece of the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge.
Other websites[change | change source]
- Ancient mask returned to Alaska ghost village, MSNBC, January 18, 2008
- Photogallery of traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) of King Island, Alaska Archived 2011-06-13 at Archive.today, Oregon State University, October 28, 2008
- Munoz photographs - King Island early 1950s
- Survey of a King Island kayak Archived 2012-09-16 at the Wayback Machine