Alaskan Natives D-J

Alaskan native village community profiles arranged alphabetically from D to J.

Click on an Alaskan tribal name to learn more facts about that tribe and find links to more articles related to that tribe.


    • Dillingham - See Curyung Tribal Council
    • Diomede – See Native Village of Diomede (aka Inalik)
    • Douglas Indian Association


    • Eagle – See Native Village of Eagle
    • Eek – See Native Village of Eek
    • Egegik Village
    • Eklutna Native Village
    • Ekuk – See Native Village of Ekuk
    • Ekwok – See Native Village of Ekwok (previously listed as Ekwok Village)
    • Emmonak Village
    • English Bay – See Native Village of Nanwalek
    • Evansville Village (a.k.a. Bettles Field)
    • Eyak – See Native Village of Eyak (Cordova)



    • Gakona – See Native Village of Gakona
    • Gambell – See Native Village of Gambell
    • Georgetown – See Native Village of Georgetown
    • Golovin – See Chinik Eskimo Community
    • Goodnews Bay – See Native Village of Goodnews Bay
    • Gulkana Village


    • Haines – See Chilkoot Indian Association
    • Hamilton – See Native Village of Hamilton
    • Hoonah Indian Association
    • Hooper Bay – See Native Village of Hooper Bay
    • Hydaburg Cooperative Association


    • Igiugig Village
    • Iliamna – See Village of Iliamna
    • Inalik – See Native Village of Diomede
    • Inupiat Community of the Arctic Slope
    • Iqurmuit Traditional Council (formerly the Native Village of Russian Mission)
    • Ivanoff Bay Village
Alaskan Native Villages A to Z

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Huslia Village

Huslia is located on the north bank of the Koyukuk River, about 170 river miles northwest of Galena and 290 air miles west of Fairbanks. It lies within the Koyukuk National Wildlife Refuge.

Hughes Village

Hughes Village is located on a 500-foot bluff on the east bank of the Koyukuk River, about 115 air miles northeast of Galena and 210 air miles northwest of Fairbanks. Hughes is a Koyukon Athabascan village.

Holy Cross Village

Holy Cross Village is located in Interior Alaska on the west bank of Ghost Creek Slough off the Yukon River. It is 40 miles northwest of Aniak and 420 miles southwest of Fairbanks. It is home to Ingalik Indians and Yupik Eskimos.