Resources

  • This Guide created by the Alaska State Library offers a basic list of Alaska related genealogy resources available to researchers.
  • Not intended to be comprehensive in its coverage. Sources listed may be available in other Alaska libraries or through interlibrary loan at your local library.
  • Great resources curated by the Sealaska Heritage Institute.
  • Tlingit and Haida Dictionaries and language learning curriculum.
  • Clan Names, games, interactive bi-lingual picture books, vocabulary tools and more.
  • Weekly Tlingit Language Lesson: 5-minute weekly lessons, audio (mp3) by Marsha Hotch. Produced by KHNS-FM (Haines).
  • Complete, current, Code of Ordinances.
  • Gain a better understanding of local government and the laws that regulate your community.
  • The CBJ Reports and Studies Archive is a continually growing database of documents produced by and for the City and Borough of Juneau. The database includes reports going back to before the incorporation of the City and covering 20 different departments, and lists physical locations for where the documents are held, including URLs for electronic documents.
  • City and Borough of Juneau documents and reports.
  • Browse by Department or by report Title.
  • Pre-1960 to current.
  • Search and browse legal forms specific for the state of Alaska, from Adoption to Workers Compensation
  • All forms are printable, and many can be customized or filled out on a computer
  • Look up legal definitions, find local tax forms, and follow links to useful outside sources

Resource Categories

All Digital Resources