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The Anangula Archaeological District is a notable area in the Aleutian Islands, Alaska. It is an archaeological site connected with the peopling of North America. It is also the site known to be the earliest to be inhabited in all of the Aleutians, with scientific testing showing human occupation could have taken place in the spot around 8400 years ago.

Discovered in 1938, the Anagula Archaeological District is one of the most important areas in the state for research. Here, archaeologists found evidence of stone and blade tools that could?ve been used by ancient people buried deep under layers of volcanic ash.

The Anangula Archaeological District was added on the National Register of Historic Places and was consequently declared a National Historic Landmark.
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