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  1. Barnov Pole

    The Barnov Pole commemorates the peace treaty brokered by Alexander Barnov (featured at the totem’s pole top) in 1805. This pole was commissioned by the United States Forest Service at the local Sitka’s Tlingit leader’s request. The Barnove Pole was designed in early 1940 by George Benson; however, this pole was carved by Civilian Conservation…

  2. Sitka National Historical Park

    Previously known as Indian River Park, the Sitka National Historical Park is located in Sitka, Alaska. It was redesignated as a national historical park from its former status as a national monument in 1972. The Sitka National Historical Park has sought to commemorate the Russian and Tlingit experiences in Alaska. This park preserves the site…

  3. 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…

  4. Sitka Sound Science Center

    Located just a few steps away from downtown Sitka and the cruise ship area, this Science Center has some unique amenities: An aquarium. A research lab. A salmon hatchery. An educational outreach center The Sitka Sound Science Center was established in 2007 when the well-known Sheldon Jackson College closed its doors. This Center’s mission is…

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