Unalaska Island

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Unalaska Island

a large volcanic island in SW Alaska, in the Aleutian Islands. Length: 120 km (75 miles). Greatest width: about 40 km (25 miles)
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Center manager Janis Krukoff of the Ounalashka Corporation added, "The goal is to educate and preserve knowledge of the Aleutian Campaign and its effects on the Unangan [natives of the Aleutians] people.
Ounalashka Corporation is the Alaska Native Village Corporation for Unalaska, formed in 1973 under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971.
Key local contacts: Mayor Shirley Marquardt, Mayor Pro Tern Katherine McGlashan and Ounalashka Corp.
After 60 years have passed, the National Park Service and the Ounalashka Corp.
While some village corporations statewide conflict with government over land issues, Dick Davis, CEO of Ounalashka Corp.
Most of the land within the city limits is controlled by the local Native-owned Ounalashka Corp.