In the summer of 2009, Amy Margaris (Oberlin College Department of Anthropology) partnered with the Alutiiq Museum in Kodiak, Alaska to conduct a community archaeology excavation at a site on Womens Bay. The site, named Mikt'sqaq Angayuk or 'Little Friend', contains a traditional 19th century sod house that was used as a seasonal camp for Alutiiq fishermen who were working for the Russian American Company. In the years following, the artifacts from the excavation were catalogued and published on

In the spring of 2017, Oberlin College student Maggie Gossiaux used the data from Open Context to create this digital exhibit. This site seeks to make the archaeological data accessible to a broader audience by guiding users through an interactive mapping interface.