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Located near Nondalton, Alaska in the shores of Lake Clark, in Lake and Peninsula Borough, the Kijik Archaeological District is a historic and research site. It is closely related to the history if the Dena?ina Athabaskan Indians.

The Kijik Archaeological Site is best known for being composed of the surface remains o the Dena?ina Athabaskans. According to the artifacts recovered on the site, there was human habitation in the area before the European settlement in the country until 1910, when the Eskimos in the area died out or started migrating elsewhere. It is also the site where the largest number of Dena?ina lived in all of Southwest Alaska.

Noted for providing a good amount of information about the Dena?ina Athabaskan Indians, the Kijik Archaeological District was declared as a National Historic Landmark District in 1994.
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