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The Kake Cannery is a canning facility in Kake, Alaska. It was built in various phases all throughout 1912 to 1940. It is historically significant for its major role in the salmon canning industry in the country.

Also known as the Sunny Point Packing Company, Sanborn Cutting Company, the Keku Cannery, PE Harris & Company, and the Alaska Pacific Salmon Corporation, the Kake Cannery is a historic industrial site in the United States.

Due to its important contributions to the history and development of the said salmon canning industry, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997 and was immediately declared as a National Historic Landmark the same day of its listing. It contains a series of buildings like warehouses, cannery facilities, and housing for employees.
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