The Disney movie White Fang was filmed in Haines and Klukwan, in 1991.
100% of the people who live in Klukwan depend upon subsistence food for at least part of their sustenance.
The church building in Klukwan is 110 years old as of 2013 and is the oldest church building in southeast Alaska that is still in use by the community. The first church service was held on December 25, 1903.
The population of Klukwan is under 100 people.
Klukwan is surrounded by the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve and the highest concentrations of eagles occurs right in the vicinity of the village.
Klukwan's ancestral land base extended from Stonehouse Creek to Berners Bay. An area covering approximately 2.6 million acres.
Klukwan is considered by many Natives in southeast Alaska to be the "capital of the Tlingit nation."
Klukwan's land/tribal jurisdiction covers an area of about 2,000 acres.
Klukwan is the only native village in southeastern Alaska that has no other form of government than the tribal government.
The Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve is home to the world's largest concentration of bald eagles. 200 to 400 birds live there year-round, with up to 4,000 observed during the annual Fall Congregation.