Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve
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Preserving the site of one of the only WWII battles fought in North America.
Lured to Alaska in the Gold Rush of 1898, Charles E. Brown and Thomas W. Hawkins built and operated a store in Seward that survives today.
This naval base was established to defend Alaska from an invasion that never came. Today its history and wildlife are protected.
Experienced and novice mountain bikers enjoy the 10-mile system of singletrack loops at Ester Dome.
Sled dogs at Denali National Park are a living part of American history. In winter, they help rangers protect over two million acres of wilderness.
From Seward’s Folly to boomtown to the coal miners of the 1950s, Anchorage celebrates its historic downtown.
These numbers are just a sample of the National Park Service's work. Figures are for the fiscal year that ended 9/30/12.