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Totem Trail - Sitka National Historical Park - Alaska, United States

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Along the Totem Trail, you can experience 19 totem poles whose designs originate from throughout Southeast Alaska. Original poles were collected and displayed at the St. Louis and Portland Expositions in 1904 and 1905. The fort site unit is also the location of a decisive battle between colonist Russians and Tlingit Indians in 1804. This battle marked the last major Native resistance in Sitka to European domination of Alaska.
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Sitka National Historical Park
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Trip Info
May 12, 2012
Trip Location: Sitka, Alaska, United States
Length: 1.0 miles
Duration: 22 minutes
Activity: Walking
Trip viewed 844 times
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