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Baranov Museum

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Originally a fur warehouse built in the early 1800's by Russians, the building became known as the Erskine House when it was converted to a residence. It is one of only four Russian-built structures remaining in the U.S.

The museum houses many Aleut, Alutiiq, and Russian artifacts including clothing, animal pelts, photos, and more. The gift shop sells Russian samovars, Easter eggs and Native baskets.

Location: 101 Marine Way, Kodiak Alaska 99615 Telephone 907-486-5920 Fax 907-486-3166

Other History nearby:
(Kodiak) Alutiiq Museum & Archaeology Repository
(Kodiak) Baranov Museum
(Kodiak) Dig Afognak
(Kodiak) Holy Resurrection Cathedral
(Kodiak) Kodiak Military History Museum


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07/22 Coming to The Kodiak area
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