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Alaska: The island life
Alaska: The island life
A Naa Kahidi Dancer, part of a dance group started by Tribal Tours.
Sitka Tribal Enterprises was founded by the Sitka Tribe of Alaska, a governing body for 4,000 tribal citizens, primarily of Tlingit, Haida, Aluet and Tsimpsian heritage. Most live on the islands or archipelagoes of southeastern Alaska, where some run tours. For example, you can learn the culture of the Tlingit Indians, as well as Russian history, on a bus tour of Mount Edgecumbe Volcano, St. Michael's Russian Orthodox Cathedral and Sitka National Historical Park. The tour ends with a traditional Naa Kahídi dance performance. $44 for the 2.5-hour tour.


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