in the Bethel Census Area
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Geography and Climate
- Tuluksak lies on the south bank of the Tuluksak River at its junction with the Kuskokwim River. The village is 35 miles northeast of Bethel.
- Annual precipitation averages 16 inches in this area, with 50 inches of snowfall. Summer temperatures range from 62 to 42 °F; winter temperatures can be 19 to -2 °F.
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History and Culture
- The name was first published in 1861 as "Tul'yagmyut," an Eskimo word meaning "related to loon." The 1880 U.S. Census noted a population of 150 living in the village. A city government was formed in 1970 but was dissolved on March 7, 1997.
- Tuluksak is a traditional Yup'ik Eskimo village with a fishing and subsistence livelihood.
- Federally Recognized Tribe
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- Tuluksak Native Community
- Local Option Restrictions
- Ban sale, importation, and possession of alcohol.
Facilities, Utilities, and Health Care
- It can be accessed by a state-owned 2,461' long by 30' wide gravel airstrip year-round. There are no docking facilities, although cargo barges deliver during the summer. Residents use fishing boats, skiffs, snowmachines, and ATVs for local transportation.
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