Contact with RussiansEdit
In the 18th century, Russians came to Alaska. The Russians taught the Aleut about their religion, the Russian Orthodox version of Christianity. They also traded furs with them.
The Aleut killed many members of the Nicoleño Tribe in California during a conflict.
The Aleut lived in special houses called barabara. It was partly underground to protect them from the elements.
The Aleut hunted many sea creatures for food and their furs. They also liked to eat berries.