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Alaska also known as the great land , the last Frontier, Land of the Midnight Sun or the forgotten city is one of the biggest state in the united staes, just so you know this sate might be covered with more than 3,000 rivers and 3,000,000 lakes and has about 100,000 glaciers, covering 5% of the state, but it is charming and beautiful.
Blessed by its Northern Lights Known as Auroa Season, you go catch a view at Fairbanks or have fun by partaking in dog musshing which is largest sport in Alaska. While you are enjoying you came it will interest you to know that the forgotten state has state has more than 100 volcanoes. B efore you get all scared, Alaska supplies most of the fishes in the united state, and the largest salmon was caught in Alaska on the Kenai River, it weighed in at 97.5 lbs. still on topic of Alaska’s largest acheivment, there are 17 highest mountain peaks in Alaska and Denali,”The Great One”, is the highest of all at 20,320 feet above sea level.
Alaska was sighted on a voyage from Siberia in 1741 by an explorer vitus jonassen bering, and then the Russians established their first settlement in 1784 but not long in 1867 william seward of the united state secretary state offered $7,200,000 for what we know today as land of the midnight sun.
Ever wondered why Alaska is called that; well let’s say in Alaska you will feel Alaska is magical when the sun doesn’t rise for 65 days aftr it sets in November or when you experience a sunny wheather with no night time for two months.
And finally in October 18, 1867 alaska became part of the united state and the americans called Alaska ‘the seward’s folly’. Something amazing happened in 1880- the discovery of gold by joe Juneau and even with that achievement it was called the state mineral in 1968. Alaska was admitted to the union as the 49th state in 1959.
North to the furture is the state’s motto and in 1926 a 13 year old boy bennie benson, designed the sate flag, ffasinating? Not yet! Alaska official state insert is the skimmer dragonfly, jade itss the state official gemstone,there are more than 3,000 rivers and 3,000,000 lakes in Alaska, the Lake Iliamna is the largest, Alaska is not freezing cold as you think, through out the year, it coastline extends over 6,600 mikes which is more than any coastline in the united states, it is at the niddle of the artic circle, the state has the lowest temperature recorded in the united sates (80 degrees Fahrenheit at Prospect Creek Camp in 1971.), it experiences roughly 5000 earthquake every year, and the name alaska is based on Alakshak, an eskimo word meaning peninsula or great lands.
And you have heard of the moose laws well these are a few- giving a moose a beer, pushing or viewing a moose off or on a plane and whispering in someone’s ear during moose hunting could probably take you to jail, so have this in mind when you decide to visit the forgotten state, Alaska!
Andrews, C.L. (1944). The Story of Alaska. The Caxton Printers, Ltd., Caldwell, Idaho.
Arnold, David F. The Fisherman’s Frontier: People and Salmon in Southeast Alaska,” by (2008)
Naske, Claus-M; Herman E. Slotnick (2003). Alaska: A History of the 49th State. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, OK. ISBN 0-8061-2099-1.
Alaska History & Cultural Studies Curriculum
Alaska Digital Archives – Collection of thousands of historical photographs, texts, audio and video recordings. Specialized browseable collections on Alaska Natives and Alaska Statehood.
Alaska Fish Habitat Partnerships Story Map Content