Ahtna Development Corporation (ADC) is formed to construct and operate the Ahtna Lodge.
Photo: Breaking ground for the Ahtna Lodge. The lodge opened July 4th, 1976 and closed in 1987.
AC&PPC, in a JV with Trans-Alaska Engineering Company, begins construction of the pipeline, laying the first section of pipe at Tonsina River.
AC&PPC enters into a Joint Venture (JV) with Trans-Alaska Engineering Company.
Ahtna and Alyeska enter into the Omnibus Agreement.
“Copper River Natives, Inc.” is changed to “Ahtna Construction & Primary Products Corporation” (AC&PPC).
First Annual Shareholders Meeting is held at the Glennallen High School.
Photo courtesy of Karen Fredrick.
The Trans-Alaska Pipeline Authorization Act enables Alyeska and owner companies to begin construction.
Robert Marshall, Harry Johns, Sr., Nick Jackson, Henry Bell, Roy Ewan, Hector Ewan, Dorothy Shinn, Lillian Boston, Christine Craig, and Judy Marshall serve as the first Board of Directors.
Photo: Ahtna, Incorporated representatives in 1972 at the beginning of the Native Land Claims implementation. Christine Craig, Nicholas Jackson, Harry Johns Sr. and Robert Marshall. Photograph courtesy Ted Stevens Foundation.
Robert Marshall is elected as president and Harry Johns, Sr., Christine Craig, Nick Jackson, Roy Ewan, Norman Johns, Judy Marshall, Hector Ewan and Dorothy Shinn are elected as the officers and board members.
First meeting is held on land selections and forming a regional profit organization.
Nick Jackson, Frank Jordan, Arlene Tibbits, Mae Marshall, Fred Ewan, Walter Charley, Fred John, Jr., and Harry Johns, Sr. are elected as officers and board members.