Ketchikan



Kitschk-hin (Ketchikan) Creek served as a summer fish camp for Tongass and Cape Fox Tlingits. "Kitschk-hin" means creek of the "thundering wings of an eagle." The abundant fish and timber resources attracted non-Natives to Ketchikan.

Federally Recognized Tribe

Ketchikan Indian Corporation

907.225.5158
www.kictribe.org

Health

Ketchikan Indian Corporation Health Clinic

907.228.9200
www.kictribe.org/healthcare/health

ANCSA Village Corporation

Ketchikan is considered a “Landless” community under ANCSA. Sealaska supports the coalition of the five landless communities including Ketchikan.

Landless Representatives

Joseph Reeves III
P.O. Box 8034
Ketchikan, AK 99901
907.617.8850
jobereeves@yahoo.com

James Llanos Sr.
1370 Deer Mtn. Court
Ketchikan, AK 99901
907.617.5504
poorjim@gci.net