The Museum of the Aleutians collects, preserves, and interprets the history of Alaska’s Aleutian Islands. It is one of the only cultural institutions in the remote region and provides educational and cultural experiences for people who live in the area as well as tourists. Grants from the Alaska Humanities Forum (AHF), the state partner of the NEH, have helped the museum reach the public. And in 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic forced museums around the state to close, an NEH CARES grant helped the museum keep its staff employed while developing online content to engage virtual audiences.
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