By the early twentieth century, the formation of an Alaskan legislature and the Alaska Native Brotherhood (ANB) co-opted much of this resistance into a local struggle against non-resident industrial fishing interests.
What does ANB stand for?
ANB stands for Alaska Native Brotherhood
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We have 51 other meanings of ANB in our Acronym Attic
- Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Native American Working Group (est. 1994)
- Association Nationale des Artistes Zaïrois en Arts Plastiques (French: National Association of Zairian Artists of Plastic Arts; est. 1974)
- A New Beginning
- Action Nature Bâtiment (French construction company; est. 2000)
- Advanced Narrow Band (SATCOM)
- Advanced Naval Base
- Agoraphobic Nosebleed (band)
- Aids to Navigation Boat
- Air Navigation Bureau (International Civil Aviation Organization, ICAO)
- Alaska Native Broadband
Samples in periodicals archive:
Begun in 1969 by the Alaska Native Brotherhood, the center reorganized in 1993 as an independent non-profit organization.
The markets take place at the Alaska Native Brotherhood Hall and the adjacent Baranof Island Housing Authority-owned parking lot (Between the waterfront and Katlian Street).
In the recent past, they have hosted the Alaska Native Brotherhood and Sisterhood conventions.
She says she values frequent contacts with Mount Edgecumbe High School (a state-run boarding school for rural students), The Alaska Native Brotherhood and Sisterhood, and the Sitka Tribe of Alaska.
Recipients include: Alaska Native Brotherhood Camp #2, Aleutians East Borough, City of Coffman Cove, Hyder Community Association, Interior Rivers Arts & Crafts Cooperative, and the Lower Kuskokwim Economic Development Council.
During the next year, Ketzler met with The Alaska Native Brotherhood from southeast Alaska, the Inupiat Paitot from the North Slope, and the Association of Village Council Presidents from the Lower Kuskokwim region.