Returning home: The long journey to Attu

Aleutian island’s descendants seek reconnection Extreme forces created the Aleutian Islands, a chain of volcanoes carved by turbulent seas and gale-force winds. The windswept islands’ steep gorges and coastal cliffs were home to the Unangax People — native Aleutians — for over 10,000 years. In the summer of 1942, Japanese soldiers invaded the westernmost island … Continue reading Returning home: The long journey to Attu