Sitka National Historical Park
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Sitka National Historical Park
Located at the site of the Battle of Sitka, the last major battle between Russians and Native Alaskans, the Sitka National Historical Park is Alaska’s oldest federal park, established by President Harrison in 1890. It’s also the smallest national park in Alaska, measuring just 113 acres. At the visitor center, you can find Russian and indigenous artifacts; the two-kilometer-long Totem Trail meanders past 18 totem poles before reaching the site of a former Tlingit fort near the Indian River.
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