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The Alutiiq Museum & Archaeological Repository and the video production company WonderVisions, are proud to present The Cape Alitak Petroglyphs, a series of short films that explore Alutiiq heritage at the southern tip of Kodiak Island. Produced with support from the National Park Service Shared Beringian Heritage Program and a Tribal Historic Preservation grant, the films document recent archaeological research on Kodiak rock art.
Featured Story Spotlight Archives »BRIDGING THE COLD WAR: DAVE HOPKINS AND BERINGIA
Scientific advances may come about by a combination of patient experimentation, luck, considered judgment, and funding. Dave Hopkins’ career reminds us that there may also be other factors at play as well. Hopkins had credibility with a wide variety of stakeholders including Alaska Native communities, NPS managers, and U.S.S.R. counterparts. His role as an employee of an agency of the U.S. government also gave him the kind of job permanence, stability, and prestige that fostered respect and trust from his Soviet colleagues.MORE...
The Shared Beringian Heritage Program recognizes and celebrates the natural resources and cultural heritage shared by Russia and the United States on both sides of the Bering Strait. The program works to improve local, national, and international understanding of these resources and sustain the cultural vitality of Native peoples in the region. If you want to learn more about the program click here.
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The 2014 Request for Proposals Announcement
April 30, 2014
It's your favorite time of the year again ...
That's right: Proposal time!
Proposals are due August 15, 2014!
The Shared Beringian Heritage Program funds cooperative efforts that link people, organizations, institutions, and local governments across the Bering Strait. Projects funded under this program may be either scientific research projects or local, community-based educational, cultural or conservation projects that fulfill some or all of the goals of the Beringia program.
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