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Alaska's population in a sentence

1. In 1960, the Census Bureau reported Alaska's population as 77.2% White, 3% Black, and 18.8% American Indian and Alaska Native.

2. As of 2011, 50.7% of Alaska's population younger than one year of age belonged to minority groups (i.e., did not have two parents of non-Hispanic white ancestry).

3. Alaska's population is concentrated along its southern coast – with particular emphasis on the city of Anchorage – and Hawaii's is centered on the island of Oahu.

4. Alaska’s population is estimated to be 83,400.

5. the highway and its bridges were raised and rebuilt in 1964–66. Most of Alaska's population is in the Cook Inlet area, with highest concentration in Anchorage, Alaska.

6. By the turn of the 20th century, a movement pushing for Alaska statehood began, but in the contiguous 48 states, legislators were worried that Alaska's population was too sparse, distant, and isolated, and its economy was too unstable for it to be a worthwhile addition to the United States.

7. He opposed the award of the route to TransCanada which would not result in gas service for Alaska's population centers.

8. However given the small size of Alaska's population and National Guard they represent a very large percentage of the Alaska Army National Guard.

9. Alaska's population was 66 percent white, 13 percent Native American, 6 percent Hispanic and 4 percent Asian (see Race and ethnicity in the United States Census);

10. Electricity from the dam would supply about two-thirds of Alaska's population.

11. In contrast to his 1975 view that there "were then just barely enough qualified Alaskans to generate a student body," he noted that by 2008 Alaska's population had doubled.

12. By the late 1980s, approximately one-third of Alaska's population was age 18 or younger, posing a demographic challenge.

13. In the mid-1700s Alaska's population (according to James Mooney) was home to an estimated 74,000 Eskimos, Indians, and Aleuts.

14. In 1960, the Census Bureau reported Alaska's population as 77.2% White, 3% Black, and 18.8% American Indian and Alaska Native.

15. As of 2011, 50.7% of Alaska's population younger than one year of age belonged to minority groups (i.e., did not have two parents of non-Hispanic white ancestry).

16. Gas heats Alaska's "railbelt", the grid-connected area between Homer and Fairbanks where most of Alaska's population lives.