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State of Alaska
Official State Seal

Population:
686,293

Under 18:
182,218

Over 65:
47,935

Employed:
443,335

Land in SM:
571,951.26

Official Website

Acres of Farms:
900,715

Births:
10,459

Deaths:
3,168

Infant Deaths:
43

Property Crime:
20,124

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The Ancestry of the Inuit Indians | eHow

Inuit and other indigenous Alaskans are ancestors of people of northeastern Siberia. Blood tests confirm a direct ancestry between Siberian Russians and the Inuit of ...
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estry-inuit-indians.html



How to Find My Indian Role Number | eHow

If you need to trace your American Indian or Alaska Native ancestry, you can do so by going through the Department of the Interior Bureau of Indian Affairs website.
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an-role-number.html



How to Obtain the Paperwork for a Proof of Native American ...

People desiring to establish Native American descent must supply documentation that proves their genealogy. This paperwork must show that they are in direct line of ...
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in-proof-native-american-descent.html



Facts About Totem Poles | eHow - eHow | How to - Discover the ...

Southwest Alaska has a high concentration of totem poles, but the majority are found in Sitka National Park, in the southeast panhandle of Alaska, Saxman Native ...
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tem-poles.html



How to Prove an Indian Heritage | eHow

How to Prove an Indian Heritage. The U.S. government only included five tribes on the Dawes Rolls, the American Indian census taken between 1899 and 1906. The vast ...
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e-indian-heritage.html