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  1. Sheldon Jackson Museum

    Sheldon Jackson Museum is the oldest Alaskan Museum, and it is located on the first concrete building in the state. The Sheldon Jackson Museum’s building was placed on the National Historic Register in 1972. While the Museum’s construction may be old as some of the collection’s items, its exhibits reflect recent renovation and a dedication…

  2. Building 29

    Also known as the Tilson Building, Building 29 is one of the few structures that survived Alaska history’s Russian era. It was built in 1835 and is listed under the National Historic Landmarks. Building 29 is one of the few structures extant that bears witness to colonial ventures of Russia in present-day US territory. The…

  3. Visiting Sitka? Here Are Some Facts That You Need to Know

    Sitka is a city and borough located in southeastern Alaska. It is historically considered as the most notable Alaskan settlement about 95 miles (150 km) southwest of Juneau on the western coast of Baranof Island in the Alexander Archipelago. Interestingly this is the only city in southeastern Alaska on the Pacific Ocean. Sitka’s Aboriginal The…

  4. MUSEUMS TO VISIT IN SITKA

    A visit to the museum is a quest for the meaning of our lives. Do you want to visit museums after this pandemic? Sitka has it for you. While staying at home, get your pen and notebook first as we will give you the best museums in Sitka. Russian Bishop’s House This museum is located…

  5. History of Sitka: A Look In The Past

    Since Pandemic is still not over, it is best to stay home and stay safe. Don’t worry, Sitka will still BE here waiting for you. While you sit there, drinking a cup of coffee and bored in the house, why don’t we go over the history of Sitka? Let us look back and sail in…

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