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Alaska Raptor Center

The Alaska Raptor Center is a raptor rehabilitation center in Sitka in the U.S. state of Alaska. Located on a 17-acre campus bordering the Tongass National Forest and the Indian River, its primary mission is the rehabilitation of sick and injured eagles, hawks, falcons, owls, and other birds of prey which are brought in from all over Alaska.

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Sheldon Jackson College

Sheldon Jackson College was a small private college located on Baranof Island in Sitka, Alaska, United States. Founded in 1878, it was the oldest institution of higher learning in Alaska and maintained a historic relationship with the Presbyterian Church. The college was named in honor of Rev.

Sitka National Historical Park

Sitka National Historical Park (also known as Indian River Park and Totem Park) is a National Historical Park in Sitka in the U.S. state of Alaska. It was established on October 18, 1972 "...to commemorate the Tlingit and Russian experiences in Alaska."

Sitka Historical Museum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Run by the Sitka Historical Society, it is located in the Harrigan Centennial Hall in downtown Sitka. Its collection focuses on Sitka's history from the Tlingit people, through the European explorations and Russian era and after. The museum also has extensive collections and archives not on display, accessible by staff for research purposes.

Castle Hill (Sitka, Alaska)

Castle Hill is the area of land understood by the Tlingit people to be ceded to the Russian government following the battle of 1804. It is also the location where, in 1867, the Russian flag was lowered and the American flag was raised, marking the transfer of Alaska to the United States.