Alaskan Natives A to Z
Alaskan Natives A to ZLast updated January 14, 2015.
Profiles and facts about Alaskan Native indigenous tribes, alphabetized from A to Z. As of January 2015, there are 225 Alaska Native tribal entities.
Click on an Alaskan tribal name to learn more facts about that tribe and find links to more articles related to that tribe.
- Alaskan Natives A-C
- Alaskan Natives D-J
- Alaskan Natives K-M
- Unrecognized Natives
- Alaskan Natives N-O
- Alaskan Natives P-S
- Alaskan Natives T-V
- Alaskan Natives W-Z
Nikolski is located on Nikolski Bay, off the southwest end of Umnak Island, one of the Fox Islands. It lies 116 air miles west of Unalaska, and 900 air miles from Anchorage. The area encompasses 132.1 sq. miles of land and .7 sq. miles of water.
Unga lies on the southeast coast of Unga Island, in the Shumagin Islands of the Aleutian Chain. Unga is no longer occupied year-round.
St. George is located on the northeast shore of St. George Island, the southern-most of five islands in the Pribilofs.
It lies 47 miles south of St. Paul Island, 750 air miles west of Anchorage and 250 miles northwest of Unalaska. The area encompasses 34.8 sq. miles of land and 147.6 sq. miles of water.
St. Paul is located on a narrow peninsula on the southern tip of St. Paul Island, the largest of five islands in the Pribilofs.
It lies 47 miles north of St. George Island, 240 miles north of the Aleutian Islands, 300 miles west of the photo Alaska mainland, and 750 air miles west of Anchorage.