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ⓘ Huslia, Alaska




Huslia, Alaska
                                     

ⓘ Huslia, Alaska

Huslia is a city in Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area, Alaska, United States. Rarely known as Hussliakatna, it is inhabited by Koyukuk-hotana Athabascans. The population was 293 at the 2000 census and 275 as of the 2010 census.

                                     
  • Hot Springs Andrew K. Demoski School Nulato Jimmy Huntington School Huslia Kaltag School Kaltag Merreline A. Kangas School Ruby Minto School Minto
  • Chevak, Alaska K09PR in Nikolai, Alaska K09PX in Chistochina, Alaska K09QC in McGrath, Alaska K09QD in Huslia Alaska K09QE in Larsen Bay, Alaska K09QF
  • 110 km Kateel River 115 miles 185 km Dulbi River 85 miles 137 km Huslia River 100 miles 160 km Hogatza River 120 miles 190 km Indian River
  • KGX - Grayling Airport Holy Cross HCR - Holy Cross Airport Huslia HSL - Huslia Airport Kalskag KLG - Kalskag Airport Kaltag KAL - Kaltag Airport
  • Nightmute, Alaska PAGY SGY Skagway Airport Skagway, Alaska PAHC HCR Holy Cross Airport FAA: HCA Holy Cross, Alaska PAHL HSL Huslia Airport
  • Village Hoonah Indian Association Native Village of Hooper Bay Hughes Village Huslia Village Hydaburg Cooperative Association Igiugig Village Village of Iliamna
  • surrounding villages of Kaltag, Nulato, Ruby, Koyukuk, and Huslia Galena s remote location, apart from Alaska s urban transportation and utility distribution networks
  • Koyukuk and part of Tanana, and on the Koyukuk River in the villages of Huslia Hughes, and Allakaket Upper Koyukon was spoken at Stevens Village, Rampart
  • the communities of Evansville, Bettles, Alatna, Allakaket, Hughes, and Huslia before reaching Koyukuk. Its headwaters tributaries include the Koyukuk s
  • American dog musher George Attla, Jr. 1933 2015 Attla, known as the Huslia Hustler, took his nickname from one of his mentors, Jimmy Huntington, who

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