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Official State of Alaska Vacation and Travel Information
by: Mark Kelley
In Sitka, the Russian capital of Alaska from 1808 to 1867, the New Archangel Dancers keep the Russian spirit alive. St. Michael’s Cathedral and the Russian Bishop‘s House are also reminders of the Russian presence. Visitors can view Alaska Native artifacts at Sheldon Jackson Museum, totem poles and a cultural center at Sitka National Historical Park, as well as an up-close view of eagles and other birds at the Alaska Raptor Center.
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