Deloycheet, Inc. is an Alaska Native Village Corporation that was incorporated in 1974 under Alaska Law and pursuant to the 1971 federal Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, commonly referred to as (ANCSA).
Instead of the reservation system, used extensively in the lower 48 states of the U.S, a system of corporate ownership of assets was developed to ensure long-term profitability and financial independence for Native Alaskans.
Deloycheet, Inc. corporate office is located in Holy Cross, Alaska. It has over 475 shareholders and is overseen by a 9 member Board of Directors.
Deloycheet, Inc., has received patent from the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management as of September 13, 2002, for the surface estate to all entitled lands in the Kuskokwim and Mt. McKinley recording districts as described in patent number 50-2002-0451. Deloycheet’s land and resource management policies are also completed and adopted by the Deloycheet, Inc. Board of Directors on May 9, 2002.
Deloycheet has been active in consultation, gravel sales, apartment and office rentals, and operating Holy Cross Oil.