- History of Russian Orthodoxy of Alaska – audio recordings of lectures by Fr. Michael Oleksa
- Chenega Diaries – Chenega Village Corporation
- Kenai Peninsula history – KBBI programming with Dr. Alan Boraas
Dr. Alan Boraas, Kenai Peninsula History: Early Explorers and ‘The Battle of Kenai’, Kenai Peninsula History: the Alaska Purchase
- National Park Service
A Stern and Rock-Bound Coast by Linda Cook and Frank Norris
Cultural Science in Kenai Fjords – Connecting with the Past- The Kenai Fjords Oral History and Archaeology Project by Aron Crowell
- Nanwalek and Port Graham Project Jukebox – UAF Oral History Archives
- Alaska Native Language Archives – selected resources relevant to the history of Nanwalek:
Nanwalek Highlights 1
Nanwalek Highlights 2
Nanwalegmiut Paluwigmiut-llu Nupuqnerit – dictionary
Spoken Sugtestun Profiles – Hallamaa, Panu (author)
“Rules for lengthening, stress, and foot formation in the language of the Chugach Aluwutiq living in Port Graham and Nanwalek” – Leer, Jeff (author)
- We Help Ourselves to Nurse Back to Health – Ggwanqkumtenek Sunqcarluta – by Gregg Brelsford, Director, North Pacific Rim Health Department
- Nanwalek Stands Strong by Vincent Kvasnikoff – Tundra Times Volume 36 No 9, February 26, 1997.
- Excerpt: Southcentral Alaskans at first contact with the Cook expedition by Aron Crowell – The Cook Expedition and Russian Colonialism in Southern Alaska” in “Arctic Ambitions: Captain Cook and the Search for the Northwest Passage,” James K. Barnett and David Nicandri, eds., Anchorage Museum/University of Washington Press. Alaska Dispatch News June 18, 2015.
- Enriching Culture. Nanwalek Leaders, UAA Professor Collaborate to Preserve Heritage by Tracy Kalytiak in Alumni Spirit, Spring 2015 Issue 03.