National Historic Landmarks in Your Alaska

America's Last Frontier has 656,425 square miles of land and a coastline that's 6,640 miles long. California, Montana, and Texas could fit in the area of Alaska with room to spare.

Alaska embodies an array of ecosystems, from the treeless tundra north of the Arctic circle to the verdant rainforests of the southeastern coastline. These diverse environments are home to unique traditions and histories. People living in Alaska today, and the rest of our nation, have a deep connection to the stories of these places.

Discover what National Historic Landmarks are in your Alaska.

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Use our map to find National Historic Landmarks in your region of Alaska

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Last updated: August 20, 2018