William H. Seward.. Named Alaska
There is no place in Alaska named Nanak. There is however a place in Canada named Nanak.
Yes, he was a Danish exlorer who discovered and named Alaska and the Bering Sea.
The purchase of Alaska was referred to as Seward's Folly. (Seward, Alaska is named after him.)
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Anchorage is the only "CITY" in Alaska by population
Alaska has a dessert named after it, the Baked Alaska. Arizona has the Sonoran Desert.
No it is named for the prospector Joe Juneau.
The Bering Sea is between Alaska and Asia.
There are 43 named Alaskan waterfalls.
Baked Alaska is a dessert that is named after a north American state. Baked Alaska is ice cream, with cake that is surrounded by meringue.
It was the 1867 purchase of Alaska from Russia named for Secretary of State William Seward.
The state took its name from the Aleaut word, Alyeska meaning "Great Land".
The official state soil of Alaska is Tanana. Tanana soil is named after the Tanana River.
Alaska does have a Lieutenant Governor named Craig Campbell since 10 August 2009.
The actual geographic north pole is not in Alaska. It is well north of Alaska. However there is a town named "North Pole" which is in interior Alaska just outside the city of Fairbanks.
Alaska's counties are called boroughs.
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it came fromm the aleut word "alyeska."
There are 2,670 named Alaskan Islands.
There is no city named Cabot in the state of Alaska. The zip code for city of Cabot, Arkansas is 72023.
There is said to be around three million, however, there are only 3,137 officially named natural lakes in Alaska.
Alaska became a state in 1959, was named as a US Territory in 1912, was purchased from Russia and was claimed and colonized in 1741.
Alaska Airlines was founded in 1932. It was originally named McGee Airways having been founded by Linious "Mac McGee". The name was changed to Alaska Airlines in 1944.
A man named William Sewared. On January 3, 1959
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