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In 18th century, Russian furriers established settlements on the islands and exploited the people.There was a recorded revolt against Russian workers in Amchitka in 1784.The natural marine environment defines subsistence lifestyles and cultures that date back more than 8,000 years ago.

The term "Aleut" was introduced by Russians and comes originally from the Koryak or Chukchi languages of Siberia; it appears to have been quickly adopted by the Aleut people themselves. The Aleut, are known as Unangan or Unangas in their language, which translates as “we the people.”Aleut homelands include the Aleutian Islands, the Pribilof Islands, the Shumagin Islands, and the far western part of the Alaska Peninsula.

This ranking was reflected in allocation of living space within the longhouse and in burials.

The "east" and the "above" were the sacred dimensions associated with the creator - Agugux.

Alaskan natives in Alaska number about 119,241 (as of the 2000 census).

There are 229 federally recognized Alaskan villages and five unrecognized Tlingit Alaskan Indian tribes.

The term "Aleut" was introduced by Russians and comes originally from the Koryak or Chukchi languages of Siberia; it appears to have been quickly adopted by the Aleut people themselves. The Aleut, are known as Unangan or Unangas in their language, which translates as “we the people.”Aleut homelands include the Aleutian Islands, the Pribilof Islands, the Shumagin Islands, and the far western part of the Alaska Peninsula.

This ranking was reflected in allocation of living space within the longhouse and in burials.

The "east" and the "above" were the sacred dimensions associated with the creator - Agugux.

Alaskan natives in Alaska number about 119,241 (as of the 2000 census).

There are 229 federally recognized Alaskan villages and five unrecognized Tlingit Alaskan Indian tribes.

The locally resident Nicoleño nation sought a payment from the Aleut hunters for the large number of otters being killed in the area.