Circle Village also called Circle City was built on the heels of the Gold Rush in 1893. The name Circle comes from people arriving on Steam Boat thinking they were at the Arctic Circle and in fact were not. The old Village was 22 miles down Yukon River going toward Ft. Yukon and dated back 1,000 plus years and is called Twenty-Two mile Village, there are some remnants remaining. There are eighty-five permanent residents and of those 21 are students. Great Bird viewing, Wildlife viewing, Hunting, Fishing and Rock/Fossil Collecting.

Circle | Fort Yukon | Beaver | Stevens | Rampart | Tanana | Ruby | Galena | Koyukuk
Nulato | Kaltag | Grayling | Anvik | Holy Cross

 

Alaskan Express Freight Sled Expedition, Inc.

Presents The

Alaska Yukon River Expedition

P.O. Box 74512

Fairbanks, Alaska 99707

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email: ayre@gci.net