September 06, 2020
A historical look at the buildings of Brooks Camp.
September 21, 2017
99 years ago, Katmai National Monument was formed to protect a geologic landscape. Today, Katmai National Park’s identity incorporates many facets other than geology.
July 29, 2017
Archeology in Katmai is both an art and a science: puzzling over layers of soil to tell stories about the people who once lived here.
February 14, 2016
Throughout Katmai’s 97 years, several presidents have influenced Katmai’s purpose and the evolution. Which U.S. presidents established, expanded, or adjusted Katmai’s boundaries and why did they do so?
October 30, 2014
Explorers of Katmai Country: In this series of posts, we’ll highlight different people tied to Katmai’s varied history.
The first person in this series was an adventurer, linguist, collector of antiquities, probable plunderer of historic documents, and the originator of mysterious crystal skulls. These descriptions and more can be applied to the nebulous French national Alphonse Pinart.
June 11, 2014
Why is a rusty clock important to Katmai? Because it belonged to Roy Fure, one of the park’s former residents. Fure and his family used this alarm clock while living at his cabin in the Bay of Islands. This cabin is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.