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70 Kijik Historic District Kijik is a ghost town in Lake and Peninsula Borough, Alaska, United States. An Athabascan village that was established on the shores of Lake Clark in the Alaska Range, its population was recorded at 91 in the 1880 United States Census and declined thereafter, falling to approximately 25 individuals by 1904. Today, the village has been abandoned. The ghost town is located within the bounds of Lake Clark National Park and Preserve. Address Restricted Nondalton AK
71 St. Nicholas Chapel The St. Nicholas Chapel is a historic Russian Orthodox church in the Alaska Native village of Nondalton, Alaska, United States. Now it is under Diocese of Alaska of the Orthodox Church in America 59.9732300,-154.8486600
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In Nondalton Nondalton AK
73 Transfiguration of Our Lord Chapel The Transfiguration of Our Lord Chapel is a historic Russian Orthodox church in Nushagak, Alaska. This now-abandoned building was erected in 1904 and was the third Russian Orthodox church to be built, following earlier ones dating to the 1820s and 1860. Although this church has obvious Russian Orthodox features (most notably the onion dome atop the tower), it would not otherwise look out of place in a traditional New England village. 58.9464400,-158.4907400
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In Nushagak Nushagak AK
74 St. Nicholas Chapel The St. Nicholas Chapel is a historic Russian Orthodox church in Pedro Bay, Alaska, United States, that was built in 1890. 59.7853700,-154.1028700
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In Pedro Bay Pedro Bay AK
75 St. Nicholas Church The St. Nicholas Church in Pilot Point, Alaska, in Lake and Peninsula Borough, is a Russian Orthodox church whose historic building was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1980. Now it is under Diocese of Alaska of the Orthodox Church in America 57.5635200,-157.5801000
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In Pilot Point Pilot Point AK
76 Elevation of Holy Cross Church The Elevation of Holy Cross Church is a historic Russian Orthodox church in South Naknek, Alaska. It is a small building, roughly similar in size to the 1886 St. John the Baptist Chapel in Naknek, prior to its 1914 enlargement. Now it is under Diocese of Alaska of the Orthodox Church in America 58.7155560,-157.0019440
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In South Naknek South Naknek AK
79 St. Nicholas Chapel The St. Nicholas Chapel is a historic Russian Orthodox church in the native village of Igiugig, Alaska, United States. Now it is under Diocese of Alaska of the Orthodox Church in America 59.3270100,-155.8950800
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In Igiugig Igiugig AK
83 Kukak Village Site The Kukak Village Site is a prehistoric and historic archaeological site, located on the shore of Kukak Bay, on the south coast of the Alaska Peninsula in Katmai National Park and Preserve. The area was documented to be occupied in the early 20th century, and was abandoned after the 1912 volcanic eruption of Novarupta. The Kukak Bay area is also of prehistoric significance, with researchers identifying 89 depressions as likely sites of subterranean houses (similar to barabaras), and a refuse midden. Address Restricted Kanatak AK
84 Amalik Bay Archeological District The Amalik Bay Archeological District is a geographic area with a significant number of archaeological sites in Alaska. It is located on the Pacific coast of Katmai National Park and Preserve, in the mainland portion of Kodiak Island Borough, Alaska. Katmai National Park and Preserve--Address Restricted King Salmon AK
85 Brooks Camp Boat House The Brooks Camp Boat House is a historic boathouse at Brooks Camp, a major visitor site in Katmai National Park and Preserve, located on the Alaska Peninsula of southwestern Alaska. The boat house is a simple rectangular log structure with large double-leaf door on the water side, and a door and window on the land side. It was built in 1959 by the National Park Service, and is the second building built in the park by the Park Service. It is used as a ranger station. 58.5566670,-155.7786110
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Shore of Naknek Lake, just N. of the Brooks River Mouth in Katmai National Park and Preserve King Salmon AK