One record was from the mainland along a transboundary river (Taku River), and 3 were from islands of the Alexander Archipelago
(Wrangell, Mitkof, and Revillagigedo).
Their name for themselves is Lingit, meaning "People of the Tides" The Tlingit are a matrilineal society that developed a complex hunter-gatherer culture in the temperate rainforest of the southeast Alaska coast and the Alexander Archipelago
. An inland subgroup, known as the Inland Tlingit, inhabits the far northwestern part of the province of British Columbia and the southern Yukon Territory in Canada.
Alaska's fourth-biggest town, with about 9,000 people, lies on the outer edge of the Alexander Archipelago
, the chain of islands that snakes down parallel to the Canadian coast.
They also found that two of the brown bears that hailed from an isolated population in Alaska's Alexander Archipelago
were more closely related to the polar bear than to the other brown bear, sharing between 5 and 10 percent of the polar bear's genes.
The deer, in turn, are prey for the Alexander Archipelago
The snaps in Frederick Sound in the Alexander Archipelago
were taken by photographer Jon Cornforth.
Part III will criticize the approach taken by the Special Master and thereafter by the Court in the Alaska case, and will suggest the correct methodology to be applied in cases with complex coastlines, such as the Alexander Archipelago
. Part IV will briefly suggest that U.S.
One of the submerged lands consists of pockets and enclaves underlying waters between the southeastern Alaska islands known as the Alexander Archipelago
They settled in the Alexander Archipelago
, a small chain of windswept islands along the coast of the Alaska Panhandle (see map, p.
The Tongass supports brown bear, wolverine, northern goshawk, marbled murrelet, marten, Sitka black-tailed deer, the Alexander Archipelago
wolf, and healthy runs of five salmon species.
A cluster of about 1,100 islands, the tops of a submerged mountain range, is known as the Alexander Archipelago
. This region includes the Tongass National Forest, the largest national forest in the United States.