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A little about Wrangell...
Wrangell is a city in Wrangell-Petersburg Census Area, Alaska, United States. At the 2000 census the population was 2,308. Its Tlingit name is Khaachxhaana.áak'w, and the Tlingit people residing in the Wrangell area call themselves the Khaachxhaana.áak'w Khwáan, or alternately the Shtax'héen Khwáan after the nearby Stikine River.
Currently, logging, fishing and tourism are the mainstays of the Wrangell area economy. One of the last two major saw mills in Southeast Alaska, is operated by the Silver Bay Logging Company just south of the city proper.
The town has always been a major home to people of the Tlingit Kiks.ádi clan, and a 70 year old Chief Shakes tribal house still stands on the original location of the Shakes house, a small island now inside of the Wrangell harbor. Until it was built, the Kiks.ádi had occupied the island since time immemorial. Today the Wrangell Cooperative Association, a Tlingit village corporation, maintains the site as well as the Totem Park near the city center.