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Wrangell is the only community to be ruled by 4 Nations and 3 Flags: Tlingit Nation, Russia, Great Britain, United States.
Wrangell area has the largest pink salmon run in Southeast Alaska at nearby Anan Creek.
Wrangell is home to the very first and only USGA approved regulation golf course in Southeast Alaska, Muskeg Meadows Golf Course.
Visitors to Wrangell can see a large concentration of petroglyphs, which are thought to be 4,000 to 8,000 years old.
Few realize it, but Wrangell was the first route to the Klondike Gold Rush. Gold seekers travelled through Wrangell and up the Stikine River.
John Muir is quoted saying that the "Stikine River is the Yosemite of Alaska". The Stikine River is the fastest, free-flowing navigable river in North America.
The oldest known Tlingit carved house posts in existence, dating back to the late 1700’s, are on display in the Wrangell Museum.
Wrangell residents read three times more books in a year than Americans in other towns its size.
In the Spring (April), Wrangell has the highest concentration of eagles in north America.
Wyatt Earp served as Deputy Marshall for 10 days on his way to the gold fields.