Saturday, August 20, 2011

University of Alaska Museum of the North

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  This museum covers the vastly different lifestyles of the three Native American groups living in Alaska -the Athabascan of the interior, the Inuit of the north and the Tlingit of the southern coastal regions. Also included are native animals, fossils, artwork, and a brief history of gold rushers and fur traders.Don’t miss the bison frozen in permafrost for 35,000 years!
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  The museum is all accessible.

  The parking lot has extra long spaces for RVs. Museum
  64.85843, -147.84151

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