Aleut Community of St. Paul Island

St. Paul Island is one of the five Pribilof Islands is located in the middle of the Bering Sea, 300 miles from the Alaska mainland; 800 miles from Anchorage, the closest urban center; and 300 miles north of the Aleutian Chain. It is one of two inhabited islands in the Pribilof Islands. Its total land and water area is 295 square miles and the island’s land area is 40.32 square miles.

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Woman with white skin drum leads group of people walking down a road. Kids on bikes flank her.
Greg Fratis, Sr. was two years old the day his village of St. Paul, Alaska was forcibly evacuated during World War II. Years later, he heard the full story from his elders: the town’s annual baseball tournament was underway when a relative ran home with the news on June 14, 1942.

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