Partner Projects

The Cultural Resources team lends a hand to different organizations in Alaska communities and parks. Contact us to find out how to partner with our team. Here are some of our recent projects and partners:
Professionals meet around a cafeteria table at the historic NN Cannery mess hall

DIAMOND NN CANNERY HISTORY PROJECT
Tundra Vision: Public History Consultants
The Alaska Association for Historic Preservation
Alaska State Museum
Trident Seafoods

Oral History Workshop students line up for a group photo.

NPS/SVenator

DOCUMENT KNOWLEDGE OF PLACE WORKSHOP 2016
UAF Department of Alaska Native Studies & Rural Development
Lake Clark National Park & Preserve
Bureau of Indian Affairs, Anchorage
Alaska State Archives
Project Jukebox
See Stories
AnchorQEA
Kenaitze Tribe
Calista Education and Culture
Anchorage Museum
Arctic Studies Center, Smithsonian Institute

A view of the missile launch and storage area, from battery control, at Nike Site Summit, AK

NPS/DLewis

NIKE SITE SUMMIT RESTORATION
Friends of Nike Site Summit
Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson
Alaska Association for Historic Preservation
Alaska State Historic Preservation Officer

Two high-school National History Day winners from Alaska wearing their medals.
Winners of 2015 National History Day Outstanding Entry for Alaska

NPS/VGomez

NATIONAL HISTORY DAY & HISTORY DAY IN ALASKA
The Alaska Association for Historic Preservation
National History Day

History Day in Alaska is a contest for 6th to 12th graders from all over the state. Their projects dig into the people, events, and issues that shape the nation. Every year, winners travel to Washington, D.C. to represent Alaska in the National History Day competition.

Last updated: April 24, 2018