Native Village of Eagle

The Native Village of Eagle is on the left bank of the Yukon River, 3 miles east of the City of Eagle, on the Taylor Highway and southeast of the Yukon Charley Rivers National Preserve. It is home to the Han Kutchin  Athabascan people.

Official Tribal Name: Native Village of Eagle

Address: P.O. Box 19, Eagle, AK 99738 Phone: 907-547-2281 Fax: Email: [email protected] Official Website: Traditional Name / Traditional Meaning: Alternate Names / Spellings: Recognition Status: Federally Recognized Alaskan Ethnic Group: Indians Alaskan Native Culture: Han Kutchin Athabascan Alaska Geographical Region: Alaska Borough / Census Area: Alaska Native Regional Corporation: Doyon, Limited Alaska Native Village Corporation: Hungwitchin Corporation Alaska Native Association: Tanana Chiefs Conference Tribal Council: Agency: Related Tribes: Language:

Location:

Eagle Village is on the left bank of the Yukon River, 3 miles east of the City of Eagle, on the Taylor Highway. The village is southeast of the Yukon Charley Rivers National Preserve.

Village History:

Eagle is a Han Kutchin Indian village. The early village was called “Johnny’s” by non-Natives, because its chief was known as John. A mining camp was established at the nearby City of Eagle.

The People:

As of 2012, the village population was 74. Government:

Climate and Topography:

Interior Alaska experiences seasonal temperature extremes. January temperatures range from -22 to -2 °F; July temperatures range from 50 to 72 °F. Average annual precipitation is 11.3 inches. Ice fog is common during the winter. Transportation Services and Facilities: Local Governmental Services: Other Services and Utilities: Schools: Media: Employment / Economy: Income / Poverty Level: Housing: Clans / Societies: Tribal Flag: Tribal Emblem: Legends / Oral Stories: People of Note: In the News: Further Reading: