The museum collection of Cape Krusenstern National Monument contains a range of natural history specimens and cultural artifacts representing several disciplines and specialties such as biology, archeology, ethnology, history and archives.
The vast majority of specimens and artifacts cataloged into the park collection are associated with scientific research activities. The archives are largely administrative records, reports and archeological field notes.
As of 2008, items in the collection include –
Archeological artifacts: 31,942
Historical items: 12
Archival items: 9,111
Biological specimens: 731
Total items: 41,796
View the collection catalog records online through the NPS WebCatalog.
Did You Know?
Over 150 muskoxen live year-round on the Igichuk Hills of Cape Krusenstern National Monument. These native animals were extirpated by the late 1800s, but then reintroduced from muskox herds in Greenland.