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Also simply known as Kijik, Alaska, the Kijik Historic District is a historic ghost town in the state of Alaska. Located near the city of Nondalton, the site is actually an old Eskimo village established on the shores of Lake Clark.

The Kijik Historic District is a ghost town today. Some even describe it as currently nonexistent. However, it can still be located near Lake Clark National Preserve.

The decline of the Kijik populace started during the European contact period. In an 1880 survey, there United States Census found only 90 inhabitants in the area, and by 1904, there was only 24 people left there.
Today, the Kijik Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and a designated US Historic District.
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