A`akw Kwáan & T`aaku Kwáan Tlingit Villages of the Juneau and Douglas area Juneau and Douglas Island were occupied
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MAYFLOWER ISLAND Traditional Subsistence Site Used By Our Tribal Members Traditional Subsistence Site Mayflower Island across from
DOUGLAS INDIAN VILLAGE FIRE OF 1962 to seize ownership of the Village lands and force the removal of Tribal residents
SITES OF CULTURAL SIGNIFICANCE The following photos show two current sites of historic and cultural significance and importance to the Douglas
Tlingit fisherman on the Taku Inlet Limited Entry, Before 1970, both Alaskans and non-Alaskans were allowed to commercially fish
BACKGROUND Douglas Indian Association (DIA), is the historical federally recognized Tribe of the Juneau, Douglas and Auke Bay region.
Traditional and Historical Territory Historical Clan Boundaries Our traditional and historical territory encompasses all of the City and Borough of Juneau,
About Douglas Indian Association Federally Recognized Tribe Since 1934 Federally Recognized The Douglas Indian Association (DIA)
Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) In 1971, the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act was signed into law by President Nixon. It abrogated Native claims
The Douglas Indian Association (DIA) requested Health & Human Services Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) to assist in evaluating