Ilanka Cultural Center

110 Nicholoff Way
Cordova, AK 99574

907-424-7903

OUR HISTORY

The Copper River Delta and Prince William Sound region is the northern-most rainforest on North America's west coast. Of breathtaking beauty, it encompasses wetlands, glaciers, alpine peaks, and remote beaches. Here, delicate wildflowers and berries grow in hidden meadows. Deer and bear roam freely across largely uninhabited terrain, and salmon swim the rivers and streams.

For 10,000 years, our peoples have made this region their homeland.

In the coming weeks, this web site will include oral histories spoken by Native elders, legends of the Eyak and Chugach peoples, and written historical accounts contributed by tribal members. The Ilanka Cultural Center is proud to bring our history to our tribe, our community, and the world.

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