Working with Alaska Native Tribes and Entities (1780-05)

The purpose of this presentation is to provide a background in the legal and political history between the U. S. Government and Alaska Indian tribes in order to comply with the principles of the relevant laws, regulations, agency policy, and guidelines.

This training includes an historical overview of the relationship between the government and Alaska Indian tribes, and the role of Native regional and village corporations established to administer the settlement received by Alaska Natives for the collaborative use of their lands.

Target Audience
This training was designed for DOI employees who manage federal lands and resources in Alaska, and work with American Indian tribes.

This course is a general overview for informational and training purposes. It is not intended to be used as legal guidance.

This video is broken into segments that can be viewed at anytime by clicking on the links below. The transcript for each video is located below each video presentation.

This training is brought to you by the Cultural Heritage Program.