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The United States purchased Alaska from Russia in 1867, at a price of about two cents per acre! Many people thought that Secretary of State William Seward, the primary negotiator, was foolish to buy the far northern territory of Alaska, even calling it "Seward's Folly". But over the years, Alaska proved to harbor valuable natural resources. Gold was discovered in the Klondike, and extensive petroleum deposits were found in Alaska's North Slope region.
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  • Places to Visit in Alaska
    Alaska is considered one of the most scenic states in the USA. Temperate rainforests, arctic tundra, boreal forests, and volcanic islands are all part of the landscape in Alaska.
  • Alaska Directory
    Learn about Alaska's demographics and economy, and use the Categories Menu to find businesses and other organizations in Alaska.
  • Alaska Vacations
    Alaska is one of the most picturesque states in the USA, and a popular destination for a vacation or cruise. Learn about the vast State of Alaska and get helpful guidance in planning your perfect Alaska vacation.
  • Alaska Map
    Alaska is the largest state in the USA, and arguably one of the most picturesque. This website features several maps of Alaska, as well as information about the state.
  • Alaska Real Estate Guide
    Learn about urban, suburban, and rural real estate markets in Alaska. Real estate agents, buyers, and sellers will appreciate the Alaska real estate resources on this page.
  • Alaska Atlas
    Alaska state history, geography, and travel information are the subjects of this Alaska atlas page.
  • Alaska Road Map thumbnail Alaska Road Map (Illustration)
    This Alaska map page comprises a detailed, scalable road map of Alaska, in addition to Interstate highway listings, scenic byway highlights, and transportation department links.
  • Aurora Borealis in Alaska thumbnail Aurora Borealis in Alaska (Photograph)
    A colorful aurora borealis lights up the twilit sky in Alaska. A beautiful palette of purple, green, yellow, orange, and red combine and collide to produce an effect that looks much like a watercolor painting.
  • Alaska Glacier and Mountain Time Lapse (Digital Video)
    This time lapse video enthralls its viewers with the mountains and glaciers of an Alaska fjord.
  • Colorful Aurora Borealis thumbnail Colorful Aurora Borealis (Photograph)
    How many colors can one see in this photograph of the aurora borealis in Alaska? Green, pink, yellow, orange, and purple colors dance across the horizon in a swirling display of beauty. The lights provide an astronomer's delight in the inky sky.
  • Northern Lights Over Snowy Mountains (Digital Image)
    The northern lights explode over a snowy mountain range in Alaska, resulting in a dramatic, green sky. Visitors to the arctic can expect a dramatic environment with powerful extremes.
  • Pinterest - Alaska Board
    This gallery page features selected Alaska images, including the state flag, a locator map, and various travel photos.

Alaska Directory Page(s)

  • Alaska Page on AbiReal.com
    Visit this alaska category page on abireal.com to find editorially-reviewed resources about this topic.

  • Alaska Page on Adirectory.us
    Visit this alaska category page on adirectory.us to find editorially-reviewed resources about this topic.

  • Alaska Page on GoGuides.org
    Visit this alaska category page on goguides.org to find editorially-reviewed resources about this topic.

  • Alaska Page on Jumblex.org
    Visit this alaska category page on jumblex.org to find editorially-reviewed resources about this topic.

Alaska News

Alaska Image

Alaska locator map
Alaska Locator Map

Alaska Bibliography

  • Golden, Fran Wenograd, and Jerry Brown. Alaska Cruises & Ports of Call. New York, NY. Wiley Publishing. 2003.
  • Swaney, Deanna. Alaska. New York, NY. Dorling Kindersley Publishing. 2006.

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