In 1900 the Nunivak, a U.S. Revenue steamer, stopped for wood in Grayling and reported 75 inhabitants. The village was later abandoned. In 1962, 25 families moved from Holikachuk on the Innoko River to Grayling. Holikachuk was prone to annual spring flooding, and low water levels made the return trip from Yukon fish camps each year difficult.
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History and map graphic used with permission from the Alaska Department of Community and Economic Development