NN Cannery History Project
 
 

Bristol Bay's <NN> Cannery

The crown jewel of the Alaska Packers Association

Since 1892

 
 
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<NN> Cannery Project

The three-tiered <NN> Cannery History Project intersects education, preservation, and interpretation with community engagement intended to inspire, benefit and remember the voice of the people. We aim to preserve and share the narratives of the corporate owners, cannery workers, local residents, and fishermen, whose activities are reflected by and embedded in the industrial landscape contained within the historic <NN> Cannery property at South Naknek. 

 
 

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 MugUp Cart in storage at the NN Cannery in South Naknek, Alaska.

MugUp Cart in storage at the NN Cannery in South Naknek, Alaska.

 1897 Plat of Alaska Packers Association NN Cannery Campus.

1897 Plat of Alaska Packers Association NN Cannery Campus.

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 Cannery workers break for a swim in one of the fish holds of the NN Cannery in the summer of 1976.

Cannery workers break for a swim in one of the fish holds of the NN Cannery in the summer of 1976.

 
 

Project Partners

The <NN> Cannery History Project is a collaboration between, Alaska Association for Historic Preservation, Tundra Vision: Public History Consultants, Trident Seafoods, National Park Service, University of Alaska Fairbanks, See Stories, SteelBird Productions and LaRece Construction.

 
 
 

Project Team Members

The <NN> Cannery History Team is a collaboration between, Katherine Ringsmuth, Bob King, Anne Elise Pollnow, Sharon Thompson, LaRece Egli and Andrew Abayo.