Stories can be written, spoken, or inferred from places and objects; and in a place like Lake Clark, all three kinds are valuable in understanding an area and its people, past and present.
Park Produced Publications
In this video, Dr. Michael Etnier describes how animal bones from archaeological sites provide clues for what the landscape looked like in the past and how our world has changed over time. Watch Understanding Climate Change Through Archaeology
The Lake Clark Jukebox Project - Listen to storytelling by Native community members and watch slideshows of historic photographs. Part of a University of Alaska Fairbanks program, this project consists of photo albums and recorded interviews that represent different, but overlapping, historic themes. These include stories about:
Object of the Month Blog
The Lake Clark National Park & Preserve museum collection consists of more than 200,000 objects - from an impressive herbarium to the many journals, letters, and objects from the park's most famous resident, Dick Proenneke. Each items has a story to tell in our monthly blog series.
Windfall - the Fishing Sailboats of Bristol Bay