Nondalton

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Nondalton (non-DOLL-tun) is located on the west shore of Six Mile Lake, between Lake Clark and Iliamna Lake. Nondalton is a Tanaina Indian name first recorded in 1909 by the U.S. Geological Survey. The village was originally located on the north shore of Six Mile Lake, but in 1940 growing mudflats and wood depletion in the surrounding area caused the village to move to its present location on the west shore. It is a Tanaina Indian (Athabascan and Iliamna) village with residents following a fishing and subsistence lifestyle.

 

Information sourced from the Alaska Division of Community and Regional Affairs Community Information Series.

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