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Corporate charter of the Native Village of Karluk, Alaska

Native Village of Karluk, Alaska (Association)

Corporate charter of the Native Village of Karluk, Alaska

ratified August 23, 1939.

by Native Village of Karluk, Alaska (Association)

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Native Village of Karluk, Alaska (Association)

  • Edition Notes

    At head of title: United States. Department of the Interior. Office of Indian affairs.

    ContributionsUnited States. Office of Indian Affairs.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15108616M
    LC Control Number40026118

    It summarizes the major recommendations that Judge Berger made in his book. Village Journey, published in October, (New York, Hill & Wang), is the report of the Alaska Native Review Commission's study of the effects the Alaska Native Land Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) had on the lives of the Eskimo, Indian, and Aleut people of Alaska. Afognak, Native Village of Federally Recognized P. O. Box Mission Rd, Suite Kodiak AK Fax:

      In , the U.S. Congress enacted the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act and created 12 regional Native corporations. The law divided million acres of land between those corporations. Each regional corporation selected land in 12 geographic regions and represents a group of Alaska Natives. ANCSA provided land and cash payments as compensation for the aboriginal land claims of Alaska Natives. The settlement also established Native regional and village corporations to manage these assets for Natives enrolled as Shareholders. Koniag is one of 13 regional corporations established by ANCSA.

    CERTIFICATION. Pursuant to an order approved by the Assistant Secretary of the Interior, the attached charter was submitted for ratification to the group of Indians having a common bond of residence in the Village of Fort Yukon, Territory of Alaska, and was on January 2, , duly ratified by a vote of 67 for and none against, in an election in which over 30 . One young woman clearly made her way out of one village and into both her career and adulthood with direct help from NANA. At the same time, they acknowledged that challenges remain. The CEO of Sealaska pointed out that their commitment to creating jobs for Alaska native shareholders through the 8(a) program -- no small task -- has been paying off.


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Corporate charter of the Native Village of Karluk, Alaska by Native Village of Karluk, Alaska (Association) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Corporate charter of the Native Village of Karluk, Alaska: ratified Aug [Native Village of Karluk.; United States. Office of Indian Affairs.]. Karluk first appeared on the U.S.

Census as an unincorporated village with residents, including an Inuit majority ofwith 24 "Creole" (Mixed Russian & Native) and 1 White. Init reported 1, residents, making it the 3rd largest community in Alaska, narrowly behind Juneau with 1, and the then-capital of Sitka withBorough: Kodiak Island.

Alaska book CHARTER OF THE NATIVE VILLAGE OF KARLUK A FEDERAL CORPORATION CHARTERED UNDER THE ACT OF JAS AMENDED BY THE ACT OF MA 1,Y 6 Whereas, a group of Aleuts having a common bond of living to­ gether in Karluk, Territory of Alaska, seek to organize under Sec­ tions 16 and 17 of the Act of Jand.

The regional and village corporations are now owned by Alaska Native people through privately owned shares of corporation stock.

Alaska Natives alive at ANCSA's enactment on Decemwho enrolled in a Native association (at the regional and/or village level) received shares of stock in the respective corporation.

Corporate Charter of the Native Village of Karluk, Alaska() Constitution and By-Laws of the Organized Village of Kasaan, Alaska () Corporate Charter of the Organized Village of Kasaan, Alaska (). hereby submit this charter of incorporation to the group of Eskimos so organizing.

SECTION 1. Purpose ami Name.—In order to enable the Village and its members to do various kinds of business for their good, the Vil­ lage is hereby chartered as a corporation of the United States of America under the name of "Native Village of Shaktoolik." SEC.

The population of the community consists of % Alaska Native or part Native. Karluk is an Alutiiq village with a fishing and subsistence lifestyle. The school was closed during the year and again for the year due to low enrollment. Thousands of fishermen and cannery workers joined the hundreds of Karluk villagers on the Karluk Spit, beginning in the s.

The first cannery to open on Kodiak Island opened on the Karluk Spit in The Karluk Packing Co. was financed by the Alaska Commercial Company and founded by two former AC employees, Oliver Smith and Charles Hirsch.

alaska native americans u.s. department of the interior bureau of indian affairs. indian tribal entities within alaska recognized and eligible to receive services from the. The Native Village of Karluk tribe.

The Native Village of Karluk are Alaska Natives. Is this your tribe. Manage this page. corporate charter of the. native village of atka alaska ratified united states government printing opfice washington: corporate charter of the native village of atka.

a federal corporation chartered under the act of j, as. The Native Village of Eyak is accepting applications for a Marina Laborer. The Marina Laborer is a seasonal, part-time (30hrs/week)position.

This position works with Marina Manager to complete seasonal laborer work. This position uses physical labor, 4/5(4). Commercial fishing for salmon by native inhabitants of the native village of Karluk and vicinity in the waters of the Karluk Indian Reservation shall be in accordance with the seasonal and gear restrictions of the rules and regulations of the Alaska Board of Fish and Game for Commercial Fishing in the fishing district embracing the Karluk.

Prior to joining the corporate ranks, Jon worked as a commercial fisherman & logger throughout Alaska. He is an enrolled member of the Sun’aq Tribe of Kodiak and a Shareholder of Koniag, Inc.

On top of his work at the KBBC, Jon also served as the Chief Compliance Officer and Senior Vice President of Koniag Government Services.

Corporate Charter of the Aleut Community of St. Paul Island Alaska. Ratified J [Oscar L. Chapman] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Corporate Charter of the Aleut Community of St. Paul Island Alaska. Ratified J Author: Oscar L. Chapman. A Native Village In Alaska Where The Past Is Key To The Future Klukwan is home to about people, most of them from the Tlingit tribe.

Once their land reached to the mountains. Today, the. Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (43 CFR ) (PDF) Alaska Land Transfer Acceleration Act(PL ) Lime Village Lime Village Co Lower Kalskag Kuskokwim Corp (FF) Karluk Native Corp Kodiak Native of Kodiak Inc.

The Karluk Lodge, Inc. is under new ownership. Karl and Shanna Reibe recently purchased the lodge and will continue to offer great fishing excursions on the Karluk Location: Martha Sikes, Karluk,Alaska.

Alaska Native Village Corporation Association - ANVCA, Anchorage. K likes. There are more than Alaska Native Village Corporations in Alaska. 5/5(1). Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act - Selected Provisions of ANCSA - Alaska Native Village CorporationsANCSA created about separate "village corporations."Below is a short list of some of the village corporations created under ANCSA Ukpeagvik Iñupiat Corporation the village The village corporation for Holy Cross, Alaska Huna Totem Corporation, the village.

Title Minnesota year book for [microform] / by W.G. Le Duc. St. Paul, Minn.: Title Native Village of Karluk, Alaska (Association). Constitution and by-laws of the Native Village of Karluk, Alaska [microform]: ratified Aug Corporate charter of the Native Village of Point Hope, Alaska [microform]: ratified.Constitution and By-laws of the Native Village of Karluk, Alaska.

Ratified Aug 1 v. Washington, U.S. Govt. print. off., Corporate Charter of the Native Village of White Mountain, Alaska, Ratified Novem Excelsior Book and Job Printing Office, Indian Territory. Journal of the Sixth Annual Session of the.Alaska Village Corporations Alaska Native Village Corporations.

Alaska native corportations (ANC) were formed when Congress passed the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of in response to a rise in native activism and pressure from oil companies to smooth the path for a trans-Alaska pipeline after oil was discovered in The act allotted 40 million acres of land .