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'''Alaska''' became the forty-ninth [[state]] to enter into the [[United States of America]] in 1959.  Alaska is not contiguous to the rest of the United States, bordering [[Canada]]'s [[Yukon Territory]] and province of [[British Columbia]] to the east.  Its [[capital]] is [[Juneau]].
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'''Alaska''' became the forty-ninth <<< Late! [[state]] to enter into the [[United States of America]] in 1959.  Alaska is not contiguous to the rest of the United States, bordering [[Canada]]'s [[Yukon Territory]] and province of [[British Columbia]] to the east.  Its [[capital]] is [[Juneau]].
  
 
Alaska's territory was purchased from [[Russia]] in 1867 by the Johnson administration for 7.2 million [[Dollar|USD]]; its vast [[oil]] and [[gold]] reserves have more than repaid the investment that was once ridiculed as "Seward's Folly." ([[William Seward|William H. Seward]] was the [[Secretary of State]] that negotiated Alaska's purchase from Russia.)
 
Alaska's territory was purchased from [[Russia]] in 1867 by the Johnson administration for 7.2 million [[Dollar|USD]]; its vast [[oil]] and [[gold]] reserves have more than repaid the investment that was once ridiculed as "Seward's Folly." ([[William Seward|William H. Seward]] was the [[Secretary of State]] that negotiated Alaska's purchase from Russia.)

Revision as of 20:13, 28 March 2008

Alaska
Capital Juneau
Nickname The Last Frontier
Official Language English
Governor [[Sarah Palin <<< Holy shit, a girl with power!]], Republican (Paid dipshits)
Senator Ted Stevens, R
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Senator Lisa Murkowski, R
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Ratification of Constitution/or statehood January 3, 1959
Flag of Alaska Motto: North to the Future

Alaska became the forty-ninth <<< Late! state to enter into the United States of America in 1959. Alaska is not contiguous to the rest of the United States, bordering Canada's Yukon Territory and province of British Columbia to the east. Its capital is Juneau.

Alaska's territory was purchased from Russia in 1867 by the Johnson administration for 7.2 million USD; its vast oil and gold reserves have more than repaid the investment that was once ridiculed as "Seward's Folly." (William H. Seward was the Secretary of State that negotiated Alaska's purchase from Russia.)

Although it is the largest state by area, it is the third smallest state by population (larger than only Wyoming and Vermont).

Elected Officials

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Statewide

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