What is in Alaska?
Alaska is home to many unique opportunities. It is a lifestyle that takes getting used to. There are a variety of reasons why people reside in Alaksa. There is a military base located in Alaska, which contributes to a large amount of the traffic in the area.
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Alaska is the 49th state in the United States.
Next to eastern Russia, it is property of the United States. Or: On the very west end of Canada, but belongs to the United States of America. Alaska is the largest state of the United States of America by area; it is situated in the northwest extremity of the North American continent, w…ith Canada to the east, the Arctic Ocean to the north, and the Pacific Ocean to the west and south, with Russia further west across the Bering Strait. Or: Northwest North America. Or: Extreme north west part of North America. To the West of Canada. To the East of Russia and the Bering Strait and the Pacific Ocean. South of the Arctic Ocean and the North Pole. Or: In the northwest corner of the North American Continent.
Alaska became the 49th state January 3, 1959. Its capitol is Juneau (yes that is how you spell it... pronounced JUNO). Its motto is "North to the Future."
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It was purchased for 7.2 million dollars from Russia in 1867.
Nearly anything you wish. There is a wide variety of geographical features and climate as well as a huge area in which to do it.
There is a road. You can also travel by train, air, or sea. Drive via whittier tunnel onto the highway. Head north until you reach Anchorage, AK.
Drive the Seward Hwy South from Anchorage to Seward.. Drive the Seward Hwy North from Seward to Anchorage.
In a plane its right by the Yukon Yes, you can get there by flying. Major airports are at Anchorage and Fairbanks. You can also get there by taking a cruise ship, or a ferry boat up the Inside Passage. The state ferry system is very popular for people needing to get to the southeastern Alaskan ma…inland and the islands. That is the only way to get many items including vehicles to many communities. You can also get to Alaska by driving the Alcan Highway which runs from the lower 48 states thru British Columbia and Yukon Territory, Canada and into Alaska
No, Baked Alaska origins from China. this is true from wikipedia.org.
The name of Alaska was already introduced during the time of Russian rule (ÐÐ»ÑÑÐºÐ°). It is derived from the Aluet alaxsxaq. Which means "the mainland" or more literally, "the object towards which the action of the sea is directed". Alaska is also known as Alyeska or "the grea…t land" and is derived from the same Aluet roots as Alaska.
you can sled , you can see lots of mooses , you can see the water and the rocks , you can see the sun pop up through the clouds every morning , you can hike or even get some good pictures of mountains.
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The United States of America agreed to buy Alaska from Emperor Alexander II of Russia on March 20, 1867, for about $7.2 million dollars. A little known fact is that the Russians also agreed to forgive a debt of around $5 million dollars that the US owed them from the revolutionary and civil wars. Th…e United States actually took possession of Alaska on October 18, 1867. China and England also were interested in purchasing Alaska, and are even rumored to have offered better prices. However, Russia didn't want China to have direct access to a fur-producing land (the main export to the Orient from Russia was Siberian furs) and Russia was afraid that England was colonizing too much of the world, and selling them Alaska was literally inviting them to their doorstep.
Being born in Alaska does not make you an Alaska Native. That termis used only for people who are indigineous to Alaska such asEskimos (Inuits), Alieuts, Athabaskans, Tlinkets, and Haidas, justto name a few. Native Alaskan refers to those born in Alaska.
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There is no baked Alaska. However if the world gets too hot everything will melt.
Barrow is located on the "North Slope" of Alaska. It's in the northern most part of the state on barren tundra land. It is also located by many large oil fields and that is probably what it is most well-known for. It is near the Arctic Ocean as well. And it is also the traditional land of many Alask…an Eskimos.
No she doesn't.
Alaska got its name from the origin of Aleut. It started out being Alyeska meaning "great land". Hope I helped you out!