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Capital of Alaska

Alaska is a U.S. state in the northwest extremity of North America.  The capital city of Alaska is Juneau, and it is on the mainland of North America. This city is situated. Thanks to its location, Juneau has no road connectivity with the rest of the highway system of North America.

Governor of Alaska

The current and the 12th governor of the state of Alaska is Mike J. Dunleavy, who belongs to the Republican Party. He had been a member of Alaska Senate from 2013 till 2018. In 2018, he became the governor by defeating his Democratic rival Mark Begich in the gubernatorial election held during the year.

Most Populated Cities  

The population of the state of Alaska as per the census released on 1st July 2015 was 738,432. Alaska is among the most sparsely populated places in the world with 1.2 inhabitants every square mile. But it is the largest state in the U.S.

As far as the race and ethnicity of the population are concerned, Whites constitute 66.7%, American Indians and Alaska Natives 14.8%, Asians 5.4%, and Blacks and African Americans 3.3%.

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The most populated Alaskan cities are as follows:

1. Anchorage

The population of the city of Anchorage in 2010 was 291,826 making it the most populous city in the state. Demographically, Whites constitute 66% of the population of the city. Over 82.3% of the residents speak English. The economy of the city is supported mainly by sectors such as transportation and tourism. 

 

2. Fairbanks

Fairbanks ranks second in population in the state of Alaska. The population of the city stood at 31,535 during 2011. It is the largest city in the interior region of the state. Whites constitute 66.1% of the population, African Americans 9%, and Native Americans 10%. Asians and those who belong to the Pacific Islands, constitute the rest of the population.

3. Juneau

Being the capital of the state of Alaska, Juneau attracts a large number of tourists. That is perhaps the reason the population of the city keeps fluctuating, especially during summer seasons when those tourists who want to visit cruise ships come to the city. The population stands at 32,094. As far as the area of the city, as well as the Borough of the city, is concerned, it is 8,427.63 sq.km. That makes it the second largest in the country. The Douglas Island is also a part of the City and its Borough.

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4. Sitka

It is on the Alexander Archipelago of the Pacific Ocean the city of Sitka and its Borough are located. The southern part of the island of Chichagof and the Baranof Island also belong to this city and the Borough. The population of the city in 2010 was 8,881. The area of the city and the Borough is 7,434 square km, which means it is the biggest city-borough in the country. Whites constitute 64.6% of the population of the city and the Native Americans 24.6%.

5. Ketchikan

The population of the city of Ketchikan in 2010 that was founded in 1900 was 8,050. The location of the city is on the Revillagigedo Island, that is a part of Pacific Ocean's Alexander Archipelago.

Attorney General of the state of Alaska

Jahna Lindemuth has been the Attorney General of Alaska since June 2016. It was when Craig Richards, the previous Attorney General, resigned, she was appointed.

Senators of the state of Alaska

The current senators of the state of Alaska are Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan. Both belong to the Republican party. The former has been the senator since 2002 and the latter, since 2015.

 

Languages are spoken in the state of Alaska

About 86.3% of the people of the state of Alaska speak English. 5.2% of the population speak native languages. 3.4% of people speak Tagalog. Spanish is being spoken by 2.9% of the population. 2.2% of the population speak other languages. 

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Major Courts of Alaska

The District Courts of Alaska are the primary trial courts for the misdemeanor. The Superior Courts are the primary trial courts for a felony. The Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals of Alaska are the main appellate courts.

History of Alaska

It was on 30th March 1867; the USA bought Alaska from the Russian Empire. The cost of the purchase that was 7.2 million US dollars. The whole area underwent some administrative changes before it got organized and made into a territory on 11th May 1912. It was on 3rd January 1959 Alaska was admitted into the USA as its 49th state.

Geography

The location of Alaska is unlike all the other states of the country. The state is situated in the northernmost as well as the westernmost part of the United States. Not only that, its location is non-contiguous to other parts of the country because approximately 500 miles of British Columbia of Canada separates the state from Washington. The coastline of the state is longer than the combined coastlines of all the other states of the US. The area of Alaska is 663,268 square miles, thus making it the largest state of the country.

Industries/Jobs

According to a study conducted during 2005 and 2006, nearly 135,000 jobs were created by the federal government of Alaska. The petroleum sector was responsible for creating 110,000 jobs, and 122,000 jobs were created by other industries including service industries. The main products that are exported from Alaska are oil and natural gas and seafood. Salmon, Cod, crab, and Pollock are the main seafood items that are exported from the state. 

National Parks, Monuments and Historic Landmarks

Some of the popular parks in the State of Alaska are Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, Skagway, Totem Bight State Historical Park, Ketchikan, and the Earthquake Park, Anchorage. Historical sites and monuments in the state include Russian Bishop's House, Sitka, Alaska Native Heritage Center, Anchorage, Totem Heritage Center, Ketchikan, State Sreet, and Broadway Street, Skagway, and Saxman Native Village, Ketchikan.

Best things to do in Alaska

The best things to do in the state are to visit these monuments and historical sites. Of course, the parks are great places as well for relaxing and imbibing the beauty of nature.

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