History & Culture
Exit Glacier Project Jukebox is a digital branch of the University of Alaska Fairbanks oral history program. This project highlights conversations with long-term residents of Seward, Alaska about their lives, and the traditional activities in the area around Exit Glacier from 1950-1980.
A Stern and Rock-Bound Coast (1998) by Linda Cook and Frank Norris, is a historic resource study of Kenai Fjords National Park. It is available through the National Park Service's On-Line book portal.
A Fragile Beauty (2010) by Theodore Catton, is an Administrative History of Kenai Fjords National Park. It is available as a PDF (5.8 MB).
Did You Know?
There are 3 distinct types of Orca whale that roam the waters around Kenai Fjords National Park: residents that eat fish, transients that eat marine mammals, and less frequently viewed offshore orcas that stay in open water eating fish - including sharks.