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Native Village of Nelson Lagoon

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Nelson Lagoon is located on the northern coast of the Alaska Peninsula, on a narrow sand spit that separates the lagoon from the Bering Sea. It is 580 miles southwest of Anchorage.

The area encompasses 135.3 sq. miles of land and 61.4 sq. miles of water.

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Agdaagux Tribe of King Cove

King Cove is located on the south side of the Alaska Peninsula, on a sand spit fronting Deer Passage and Deer Island. It is 18 miles southeast of Cold Bay and 625 miles southwest of Anchorage.

The area encompasses 25.3 sq. miles of land and 4.5 sq. miles of water. Agdaagux Tribe of King Cove »»

Native Village of False Pass

False Pass is located on the eastern shore of Unimak Island on a strait connecting the Pacific Gulf of Alaska to the Bering Sea. It is 646 air miles southwest of Anchorage. Native Village of False Pass »»

Native Village of Belkofski

Belkofski is located on a point at the eastern end of the Alaska Peninsula, 12 miles southeast of King Cove. The area encompasses 2.4 sq. miles of land and .9 sq. miles of water.

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The Inupiat languages (Alaskan Inuit)

The Inupiat languages are also  known as Inupiatun, Inupiaq, Iñupiaq, Inyupiaq, Inyupiat, Inyupeat, Inyupik,  Inupik, Inupiaq, or Alaskan Inuit. They are a group of dialects of the Inuit languages, spoken by the Inupiat people in northern and northwestern Alaska. The Inupiat languages (Alaskan Inuit) »»

Alaska Native Medical Center

The Alaska Native Medical Center (ANMC) is a non-profit health center based in Anchorage, Alaska which provides medical services to 150,000 Alaska Natives and American Indians in Alaska.

It acts as both the secondary and tertiary care referral hospital for the Alaska Region of the Indian Health Service (IHS). Alaska Native Medical Center »»