Alaskan Natives T-V

Alaskan native village community profiles arranged alphabetically from P to S.

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


  • Tanacross – See Native Village of Tanacross
  • Tanana – See Native Village of Tanana
  • Tangirnaq Native Village
  • Tatitlek – See Native Village of Tatitlek
  • Tazlina – See Native Village of Tazlina
  • Telida Village
  • Teller – See Native Village of Teller
  • Tetlin – See Native Village of Tetlin
  • Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes - See Central Council of the Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes
  • Traditional Village of Togiak
  • Tuluksak Native Community
  • Tuntutuliak – See Native Village of Tuntutuliak
  • Tununak – See Native Village of Tununak
  • Twin Hills Village
  • Tyonek – See Native Village of Tyonek



  • Venetie – See Native Village of Venetie Tribal Government (aka Arctic Village and Village of Venetie)
  • Village of Alakanuk
  • Village of Bill Moore's Slough
  • Village of Chefornak
  • Village of Clarks Point
  • Village of Crooked Creek
  • Village of Iliamna
  • Village of Kalskag
  • Village of Kotlik
  • Village of Lower Kalskag
  • Village of Ohogamiut
  • Village of Old Harbor – See Native Village of Old Harbor
  • Village of Red Devil
  • Village of Salamatoff
  • Village of Sleetmute
  • Village of Solomon
  • Village of Stony River
  • Village of Wainwright
Alaskan Native Villages A to Z
A-C    D-J    K-M    N-O    P-S    T-V    W-Z

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Takotna Village

Brief Introduction

Village of Dot Lake

The Village of Dot Lake is a traditional Upper Tanana Athabascan village, located south of the Tanana River, two-tenths of a mile southeast of the Alaska Highway near Dot Lake, 50 miles northwest of Tok and 155 road miles southeast of Fairbanks

Village of Kaltag

Village of Kaltag is a Koyukon Athabascan village located on the west bank of the Yukon River, 75 miles west of Galena and 335 miles west of Fairbanks. It is situated on a 35-foot bluff at the base of the Nulato Hills, west of the Innoko National Wildlife Refuge.