Cleary/Chatanika Schoolhouse, Chatanika, Alaska
Pen & Ink on Bristol Board, Image size 8.5"x 11.5"

This small one-room building is believed to be the school house that served both Cleary and
Chatanika. It was constructed in 1907 and stands on a hillside one half mile above the
Chatanika Gold Camp. Two outhouses, one for the boys and one for the girls, are located just to
the north. The town of Cleary, now gone, was one mile to the southeast, and the remains of Old
Chatanika are three quarters of a mile to the west.