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Alaska (English), Aleutian, Aleutian - "Whale Whale", "Whale Whale" [1] - is the largest in the United States, North America, north-west of North America state. It is a narrow strip of Pacific Ocean coast (along with islands of Alexandrovsky Archipelago) along the coast of Aleutian Islands, west of Canada.
1 Geography
1.1 Large cities
2 Administrative division
3 History
3.1 First Settlements
3.2 Alaska Opening
3.3 Russian America and Alaska Trafficking 3.4 USA 4 Economy 5 Population 6 Neighboring Countries 7 Interesting Facts - 8 Comments
9 References
External links Geography of the Seven Wonders of Temirkazyk (USA Alaska The state is located in the far north-west of the continent, separating the Bering Strait between the Chukchi Peninsula (Russia), east of Canada, bordering Russia in the western part of the Bering Strait in the west. It consists of the Tigris and many islands: Alexandrovsky Archipelago, Aleutian Islands, Pribylov Island, Kadyac Island, the island of Saint Laurentia. The state is rising in the Arctic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. Pacific coast - Alaska Ridge; The inner side moves from the 1200 m to the west and 600 m to the Upper Hill. In the north, the Brooklyn Ridge, and then the Arctic Valley.
McKinley (Denali) Mountain (6194 m) is the highest peak in North America. There are also volatile volcanoes

The northern part of the state is covered by tundra. Lower forests are located there. The state includes Small Diomed Island (Cruzenshtern Island) on the Bering Strait, 4 km from the Great Diomed Islands (Ratmanov Island), Russia.

in other parts of the region - the strong continental and subcontractive climate in the winter

The highest peaks of the United States are the famous Denali National Park near Mount McKinley
Large cities
cities with a population of more than 100,000
Anchorage Cities with a population of between 10,000 and 100,000
Juneau (state capitals)
Towns with a population of less than 10,000

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North Paule
Delta Junction
Administrative division
The main minor administrative unit of local self-government, apart from many other states, which is a county - In Alaska, administrative units are called baro (borough - "self-governed zone"). Another important feature is the fact that 15 baro and the municipality of Anchorage are only part of Alaska's territory. In the rest of the territory, the population (or interests) of the local self-governance is not sufficient and thus creates an unorganized baroque. This, in turn, is divided into regions called the census area to make the census easier and manageable. The number of such regions in Alaska is 11.
Alaska's administrative and territorial division
List of all administrative-territorial units of Alaska (in alphabetical order):
Aleutians East Borough
Bristol Bay Bar (Bristol Bay Borough)
Baro Denali (Denali Borough)
Juneau City and Borough
Ketchiki Gateway Borough
Kenai Peninsula Borough
Kodaik Kodiak Island Borough (Lake Kodiak Island Borough)
Lake and Peninsula Borough (Matanuska-Susitna Borough)
Anchorage Municipal (Anchorage Municipality)
North Slope Borough
Northwest Arctic Barrow
Sitka City and Borough
Fairbanks North Star Borough

(Haines Borough)
Yakutat City and Borough (Yakutat City and Borough)
Unmanaged Baro
Aleutians West Census Area
Bethel Census Area
Valdez Cordoba Cordova Census Area
Wrangell-Petersburg Census Area
Dillingham Census Area
Nome Census Area
Prince Of Wales

Wales - Outer Ketchikan Census Area)
Southeast Fairbanks Census Area
Skagway-Hoonah-Angoon Census Ar ea)
Wade Hampton Census Area
Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area
The First Settlements
A group of Siberian tribes 16-10 thousand years ago crossed the present Bering Strait. The Eskimos were resettled on the Arctic coast, and the Aleutians were settled in the Aleutian Islands.

The population of the country is one of the least populated states, New residents moved from the number of vacancies in the oil industry and transport industry. In the 1980s, the population had risen to more than 36 per cent. The Alaska population over the past decades: 1990 1990 - 550,000 people; 2004 year - 648,818 people; 2005 - 663 661 people.
2006 - 677,456 people
2007 - 690,955 people

In 2005, the Alaska population increased by 5,906 people or by 0.9 percent compared to the same period last year. In comparison with 2000 increased by 36,730 people (5.9%). This figure includes the last census of natural population growth of 36,590 people (53,135 births, minus 16,542 deaths), and increased by 1181 at the expense of migration. Immigration from the United States (immigration) has increased the Alaska population by 5800 people, and decreased by 4619 people due to internal migration. Alaska's population density is the lowest among all US states.
About 75 percent of the population is White Natives, the United States. There are about 88,000 indigenous people in the state: Indian (Indians, Haida, Tlinks, Simsians), Eskimos and Aleuts. There are also few Russian descendants in the state. The main religious groups are Catholics, Orthodox, Presbyterians, Baptists and Methodists. The share of Orthodoxs is 8-10% according to different data, and this is the highest figure in the country.
Over the past 20 years, residents have been voting for the Republicans according to their tradition. Former governor of the state, Sara Pearlin, was nominated for the US vice president at the 2008 election, when John McCain headed the party. Now Governor - Sean Parnell

Interesting Information
The Alaska flag was invented in 1927 by a thirteen-year-old boy (Benny Benson).
Comments ↑ State Alaska - Literature
External Links
State of Alaska Website
US Census Bureau Official Website of the US Census Bureau

Alaska Travel Industry Association
Alaska Newspapers (English)

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