Welcome to the Publications Page

Welcome to the Archives for National Park Service, Alaska Regional Office, Cultural Resource Team. The Cultural Resource Team combines the National Historic Landmarks, Archeology, Historic Architecture, the Alaska Regional Curatorial and Ethnography Programs into one office. Team members come from a variety of disciplines, including ethnography, archaeology, history, curation, and historic architecture. The varied missions of our respective programs result in a variety of interesting publications, with focuses on specific parks, historic themes, and historic properties. Each of the images below are linked to the publication represented by that image and can be downloaded by clicking on the image.

 

WWII in Alaska Resource Guide, Revised (2013)

This resource guide updates the original publication produced by the National Park Service, Alaska Support Office in cooperation with History Day in Alaska in 1999. It includes new sources that have become available with the passage of time and removes old ones that no longer exist.

World War 2 in Alaska - A resource guide for teachers and students

Sitka's National Historic Landmarks (2013)

Sitka's eight National Historic Landmarks (NHLs) provide a truly unique look into Alaska's past. Collectively, they illustrate significant stories and events that occurred over a 200-year time span. This history provides an overview of Sitka's rich heritage area.

Sitka national historic landmarks - A window into Alaska's past

The Cultural Landscape of the World War II Battlefield of Kiska (2011)

This publication assess the nature and values of the cultural landscape of the Kiska World War II battlefield. It provides an assessment of the cultural landscape based on a comparison of the historic context with the actual remains encountered on the ground.

The cultural landscape of the world war 2 battlefield of Kiska, Aleutian Islands

Alaska Goldrush National Historic Landmarks (1998)

The discovery of gold set off two great rushes to the north country, beginning in 1897: the Klondike rush to goldfields near Dawson City and the rush to the hills beyond Cape Nome. Fueled by the economic depression of the mid-1890s and the dream of untold riches thousands rushed north. This publication provides an overview of Alaska's five National Historic Landmarks associated with the Gold Rushes: Fort William H. Seward; Skagway Historic District and White Pass; Chilkoot Trail and Dyea Site; Eagle Historic District; and Cape Nome Mining District Discovery Sites.

Alaska goldrush national historic landmarks - the stampede north


World War II National Historic Landmarks: The Aleutian Campaign (1993)

This publication provides a brief overview of the World War II National Historic Landmarks in the Aleutians.

World war 2 national historic landmarks: the aleutian campaign

Kennecott Kids, Volume Two (2001)

In 1998, historians from National Park Service, Alaska Regional Office and Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve attended a reunion of former Kennecott kids, held in Kennecott. "Kennecott Kids" is a two volume set of interviews conducted during this and two previous reunions.

Kennecott Kids volume two

Kennecott Kids, Volume One (2001)

In 1998, historians from National Park Service, Alaska Regional Office and Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve attended a reunion of former Kennecott kids, held in Kennecott. "Kennecott Kids" is a two volume set of interviews conducted during this and two previous reunions.

Kennecott Kids volume one

Last Updated: December 20, 2013