Clam Cove Pictograph Site (NRIS 100001904)

Address: Address Restricted, Port Alsworth Vicinity, Alaska. County/parish: Kenai Peninsula Borough.

Added to the National Register of Historic Places December 22, 2017.

From Wikipedia:

Clam Cove Pictograph Site
The Clam Cove Pictograph Site is a series of prehistoric rock art on the Gulf of Alaska coast of Lake Clark National Park and Preserve in southern Alaska. The site consiste of a pair of pictograph panels, oriented facing south and west. Figures include numerous depictions of humans, and what appear to be killer whales. The site has long known to the local Alutiiq people, whose native corporation has identified it as a particular site of historic interest. It was first visited by an archaeologist in 1968, and its deteriorating figures (mainly due to weathering) have been recorded on a number of occasions since.The site was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2017. (read more...)

National Park Service documentation: https://npgallery.nps.gov/AssetDetail/NRIS/100001904

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