Wrangell Historic Park or Site

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Historic Park or Site

Some 40 – 50 rock etch­ings, pos­si­bly 8,000 years old, can be spot­ted here above and below mean high tide. The con­cen­tra­tion of carv­ings is unmatched in Alas­ka and in few oth­er places in the world. There is some belief that the pet­ro­glyphs pre-date the Tlin­git Indi­ans of this area.

Repli­ca of a tra­di­tion­al trib­al house con­struct­ed by the CCC dur­ing the Roo­sevelt admin­is­tra­tion. Dis­play of tools used in the con­struc­tion of the build­ing. Repli­cas of the famous Shakes house posts. Also has the Frog house posts of the Kik­sa­di clan. Inter­preter gives his­to­ry of the house and local information.