Following the passage of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) in 1971, 12 regional and over 200 village corporations were established by Alaska Natives across the state. There was a 13th regional corporation for Alaska Native people residing outside Alaska; however, it was dissolved in 2013 and has not yet been re-established. The corporations serve to manage the financial and land assets allocated through ANCSA to the state's regions and have grown into a powerful economic force. To learn more about the Alaska Native regional and village corporations, use the search tool below to access the corporations' websites and/or Facebook pages.
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