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The Russians never fully colonized Alaska, and the colony was never very profitable. Evidence of Russian settlement in names and churches survive throughout southeast Alaska.
It was not until October of that year that the commissioners arrived in Sitka and the formal transfer was arranged. The formal flag-raising took place at Fort Sitka on October 18, The original ceremony included uniformed U.
Here the Russian troops lowered the Russian flag and the U. This event is celebrated as Alaska Day , a legal holiday on the 18th of October.
Alaska was loosely governed by the military initially, and was administered as a district starting in , with a governor appointed by the President of the United States.
A federal district court was headquartered in Sitka. Starting in the s and stretching in some places to the early s, gold rushes in Alaska and the nearby Yukon Territory brought thousands of miners and settlers to Alaska.
Alaska was officially incorporated as an organized territory in European immigrants from Norway and Sweden also settled in southeast Alaska, where they entered the fishing and logging industries.
During the occupation, one Aleut civilian was killed by Japanese troops and nearly fifty were interned in Japan, where about half of them died.
The United States Lend-Lease program involved the flying of American warplanes through Canada to Fairbanks and then Nome; Soviet pilots took possession of these aircraft, ferrying them to fight the German invasion of the Soviet Union.
The construction of military bases contributed to the population growth of some Alaskan cities. Statehood for Alaska was an important cause of James Wickersham early in his tenure as a congressional delegate.
Decades later, the statehood movement gained its first real momentum following a territorial referendum in Statehood supporters also found themselves fighting major battles against political foes, mostly in the U.
Congress but also within Alaska. Statehood was approved by Congress on July 7, Alaska was officially proclaimed a state on January 3, On March 27, , the massive Good Friday earthquake killed people and destroyed several villages and portions of large coastal communities, mainly by the resultant tsunamis and landslides.
It was the second-most-powerful earthquake in the recorded history of the world, with a moment magnitude of 9. It was over one thousand times more powerful than the San Francisco earthquake.
The time of day 5: The discovery of oil at Prudhoe Bay and the completion of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System led to an oil boom.
Royalty revenues from oil have funded large state budgets from onward. That same year, not coincidentally, Alaska repealed its state income tax.
Today, the battle between philosophies of development and conservation is seen in the contentious debate over oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and the proposed Pebble Mine.
According to the United States Census , Alaska, had a population of , In terms of race and ethnicity, the state was Hispanics or Latinos of any race made up 5.
As of [update] , According to the American Community Survey , The Alaska Native Language Center at the University of Alaska Fairbanks claims that at least 20 Alaskan native languages exist and there are also some languages with different dialects.
Haida or have not yet been classified e. A total of 5. The 20 languages that were included in the bill are:. Intermarriage with Alaskan Natives helped the Russian immigrants integrate into society.
As a result, an increasing number of Russian Orthodox churches gradually became established within Alaska.
Estimates for the number of Muslims in Alaska range from 2, to 5, They broke ground on a building in south Anchorage in and were nearing completion in late When completed, the mosque will be the first in the state and one of the northernmost mosques in the world.
According to a study by Phoenix Marketing International, Alaska had the fifth-largest number of millionaires per capita in the United States, with a ratio of 6.
Agriculture represents a very small fraction of the Alaskan economy. Agricultural production is primarily for consumption within the state and includes nursery stock, dairy products, vegetables, and livestock.
Manufacturing is limited, with most foodstuffs and general goods imported from elsewhere. Employment is primarily in government and industries such as natural resource extraction, shipping, and transportation.
Military bases are a significant component of the economy in the Fairbanks North Star, Anchorage and Kodiak Island boroughs, as well as Kodiak.
Federal subsidies are also an important part of the economy, allowing the state to keep taxes low. Its industrial outputs are crude petroleum, natural gas, coal, gold, precious metals, zinc and other mining, seafood processing, timber and wood products.
There is also a growing service and tourism sector. Tourists have contributed to the economy by supporting local lodging.
Alaska has vast energy resources, although its oil reserves have been largely depleted. The Trans-Alaska Pipeline can transport and pump up to 2.
The United States Geological Survey estimates that there are Large swaths of the Alaskan coastline offer wind and geothermal energy potential as well.
Although wind and hydroelectric power are abundant and underdeveloped, proposals for statewide energy systems e. The Alaska Permanent Fund is a constitutionally authorized appropriation of oil revenues, established by voters in to manage a surplus in state petroleum revenues from oil, largely in anticipation of the then recently constructed Trans-Alaska Pipeline System.
It has served as an attractive political prospect ever since, diverting revenues which would normally be deposited into the general fund.
The Alaska Constitution was written so as to discourage dedicating state funds for a particular purpose. The Permanent Fund has become the rare exception to this, mostly due to the political climate of distrust existing during the time of its creation.
This has led to frequent calls by Alaskan politicians for the Fund to make investments within Alaska, though such a stance has never gained momentum.
To qualify for the Permanent Fund Dividend, one must have lived in the state for a minimum of 12 months, maintain constant residency subject to allowable absences,  and not be subject to court judgments or criminal convictions which fall under various disqualifying classifications or may subject the payment amount to civil garnishment.
The Permanent Fund is often considered to be one of the leading examples of a " Basic Income " policy in the world. The cost of goods in Alaska has long been higher than in the contiguous 48 states.
Rural Alaska suffers from extremely high prices for food and consumer goods compared to the rest of the country, due to the relatively limited transportation infrastructure.
Due to the northern climate and short growing season, relatively little farming occurs in Alaska. The short day growing season limits the crops that can be grown, but the long sunny summer days make for productive growing seasons.
The primary crops are potatoes, carrots, lettuce, and cabbage. This area was largely set aside and developed under a state program spearheaded by Hammond during his second term as governor.
Delta-area crops consist predominantly of barley and hay. West of Fairbanks lies another concentration of small farms catering to restaurants, the hotel and tourist industry, and community-supported agriculture.
Alaska, with no counties, lacks county fairs. However, a small assortment of state and local fairs with the Alaska State Fair in Palmer the largest , are held mostly in the late summer.
The fairs are mostly located in communities with historic or current agricultural activity, and feature local farmers exhibiting produce in addition to more high-profile commercial activities such as carnival rides, concerts and food.
Alaska has an abundance of seafood, with the primary fisheries in the Bering Sea and the North Pacific. Seafood is one of the few food items that is often cheaper within the state than outside it.
Many Alaskans take advantage of salmon seasons to harvest portions of their household diet while fishing for subsistence, as well as sport.
This includes fish taken by hook, net or wheel. Hunting for subsistence, primarily caribou , moose , and Dall sheep is still common in the state, particularly in remote Bush communities.
An example of a traditional native food is Akutaq , the Eskimo ice cream, which can consist of reindeer fat, seal oil, dried fish meat and local berries.
Most food in Alaska is transported into the state from "Outside" , and shipping costs make food in the cities relatively expensive. In rural areas, subsistence hunting and gathering is an essential activity because imported food is prohibitively expensive.
Although most small towns and villages in Alaska lie along the coastline, the cost of importing food to remote villages can be high, because of the terrain and difficult road conditions, which change dramatically, due to varying climate and precipitation changes.
The cost of delivering a 1 US gallon 3. Alaska has few road connections compared to the rest of the U. The state capital, Juneau, is not accessible by road, only a car ferry, which has spurred several debates over the decades about moving the capital to a city on the road system, or building a road connection from Haines.
The western part of Alaska has no road system connecting the communities with the rest of Alaska. The Interstate Highways in Alaska consists of a total of miles.
It is well known for its summertime tour passenger service. The Alaska Railroad was one of the last railroads in North America to use cabooses in regular service and still uses them on some gravel trains.
It continues to offer one of the last flag stop routes in the country. Until construction of the Parks Highway in the s, the railroad provided the only land access to most of the region along its entire route.
This line is now mainly used by tourists, often arriving by cruise liner at Skagway. The Alaska Rail network is not connected to Outside.
In , the U. Alaska Rail Marine provides car float service between Whittier and Seattle. Many cities, towns and villages in the state do not have road or highway access; the only modes of access involve travel by air, river, or the sea.
The ferries transport vehicles as well as passengers. The population of Ketchikan may rise by over 10, people on many days during the summer, as up to four large cruise ships at a time can dock, debarking thousands of passengers.
Anchorage and, to a lesser extent Fairbanks, is served by many major airlines. Because of limited highway access, air travel remains the most efficient form of transportation in and out of the state.
Anchorage recently completed extensive remodeling and construction at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport to help accommodate the upsurge in tourism in —, Alaska received almost 2 million visitors.
Regular flights to most villages and towns within the state that are commercially viable are challenging to provide, so they are heavily subsidized by the federal government through the Essential Air Service program.
Alaska Airlines is the only major airline offering in-state travel with jet service sometimes in combination cargo and passenger Boeing s from Anchorage and Fairbanks to regional hubs like Bethel , Nome , Kotzebue , Dillingham , Kodiak , and other larger communities as well as to major Southeast and Alaska Peninsula communities.
The bulk of remaining commercial flight offerings come from small regional commuter airlines such as Ravn Alaska , PenAir , and Frontier Flying Service.
The smallest towns and villages must rely on scheduled or chartered bush flying services using general aviation aircraft such as the Cessna Caravan , the most popular aircraft in use in the state.
Much of this service can be attributed to the Alaska bypass mail program which subsidizes bulk mail delivery to Alaskan rural communities. Many communities have small air taxi services.
These operations originated from the demand for customized transport to remote areas. Perhaps the most quintessentially Alaskan plane is the bush seaplane.
In Alaska had the highest number of pilots per capita of any U. Another Alaskan transportation method is the dogsled.
In modern times that is, any time after the mid-late s , dog mushing is more of a sport than a true means of transportation. The race commemorates the famous serum run to Nome in which mushers and dogs like Togo and Balto took much-needed medicine to the diphtheria -stricken community of Nome when all other means of transportation had failed.
Mushers from all over the world come to Anchorage each March to compete for cash, prizes, and prestige. The "Serum Run" is another sled dog race that more accurately follows the route of the famous relay, leaving from the community of Nenana southwest of Fairbanks to Nome.
In areas not served by road or rail, primary transportation in summer is by all-terrain vehicle and in winter by snowmobile or "snow machine", as it is commonly referred to in Alaska.
GCI and Alaska Communications. GCI owns and operates what it calls the Alaska United Fiber Optic system  and as of late Alaska Communications advertised that it has "two fiber optic paths to the lower 48 and two more across Alaska.
Like all other U. The state of Alaska employs approximately 16, people statewide. Senators serve four-year terms and House members two.
The Governor of Alaska serves four-year terms. The lieutenant governor runs separately from the governor in the primaries , but during the general election, the nominee for governor and nominee for lieutenant governor run together on the same ticket.
The Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals are appellate courts. The Court of Appeals is required to hear appeals from certain lower-court decisions, including those regarding criminal prosecutions, juvenile delinquency, and habeas corpus.
Although in its early years of statehood Alaska was a Democratic state, since the early s it has been characterized as Republican -leaning.
Alaska Natives , while organized in and around their communities, have been active within the Native corporations.
These have been given ownership over large tracts of land, which require stewardship. The state has an independence movement favoring a vote on secession from the United States, with the Alaskan Independence Party.
Six Republicans and four Democrats have served as governor of Alaska. In addition, Republican Governor Wally Hickel was elected to the office for a second term in after leaving the Republican party and briefly joining the Alaskan Independence Party ticket just long enough to be reelected.
He officially rejoined the Republican party in The new law means people over age 21 can consume small amounts of pot — if they can find it.
There is a rather lengthy and involved application process, per Alaska Measure 2 To finance state government operations, Alaska depends primarily on petroleum revenues and federal subsidies.
This allows it to have the lowest individual tax burden in the United States. The Department also issues an annual summary of its operations, including new state laws that directly affect the tax division.
While Alaska has no state sales tax, 89 municipalities collect a local sales tax, from 1. A part of the revenue collected from certain state taxes and license fees such as petroleum, aviation motor fuel, telephone cooperative is shared with municipalities in Alaska.
A sales tax for the FNSB has been voted on many times, but has yet to be approved, leading lawmakers to increase taxes dramatically on goods such as liquor and tobacco.
In the Tax Foundation ranked Alaska as having the fourth most "business friendly" tax policy, behind only Wyoming , South Dakota , and Nevada. Alaska regularly supports Republicans in presidential elections and has done so since statehood.
No state has voted for a Democratic presidential candidate fewer times. Alaska was carried by Democratic nominee Lyndon B.
Johnson during his landslide election in , while the and elections were close. Since , however, Republicans have carried the state by large margins.
The Alaska Bush , central Juneau, midtown and downtown Anchorage, and the areas surrounding the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus and Ester have been strongholds of the Democratic Party.
The Matanuska-Susitna Borough, the majority of Fairbanks including North Pole and the military base , and South Anchorage typically have the strongest Republican showing.
As of [update] , well over half of all registered voters have chosen "Non-Partisan" or "Undeclared" as their affiliation,  despite recent attempts to close primaries to unaffiliated voters.
Because of its population relative to other U. This seat is held by Republican Don Young , who was re-elected to his 21st consecutive term in Stevens had been convicted on seven felony counts of failing to report gifts on Senate financial discloser forms one week before the election.
The conviction was set aside in April after evidence of prosecutorial misconduct emerged. After being elected governor in , he resigned from the Senate and appointed his daughter, State Representative Lisa Murkowski as his successor.
She won full six-year terms in , and Mike Dunleavy , Governor. Lisa Murkowski , senior United States Senator. Dan Sullivan , junior United States Senator.
Don Young , United States Representative. Alaska is not divided into counties , as most of the other U. However, unlike county-equivalents in the other 49 states, the boroughs do not cover the entire land area of the state.
The area not part of any borough is referred to as the Unorganized Borough. The Unorganized Borough has no government of its own, but the U.
Census Bureau in cooperation with the state divided the Unorganized Borough into 11 census areas solely for the purposes of statistical analysis and presentation.
The state is divided into 34 recording districts which are centrally administered under a State Recorder. All recording districts use the same acceptance criteria, fee schedule, etc.
Owing to the low population density, most of the land is located in the Unorganized Borough. As the name implies, it has no intermediate borough government but is administered directly by the state government.
The majority of these communities are located in the rural expanse of Alaska known as " The Bush " and are unconnected to the contiguous North American road network.
The table at the bottom of this section lists the largest cities and census-designated places in Alaska, in population order.
Approximately three-quarters of that figure were people who live in urban and suburban neighborhoods on the outskirts of the city limits of Ketchikan, Kodiak, Palmer and Wasilla.
The remaining population was scattered throughout Alaska, both within organized boroughs and in the Unorganized Borough , in largely remote areas.
In addition, the state operates a boarding school, Mt. There are more than a dozen colleges and universities in Alaska. Alaska has had a problem with a " brain drain ".
Many of its young people, including most of the highest academic achievers, leave the state after high school graduation and do not return.
As of [update] , Alaska did not have a law school or medical school. They have a long and storied history, but were not an official organization until Before the force was officially organized, law enforcement in Alaska was handled by various federal agencies.
Larger towns usually have their own local police and some villages rely on "Public Safety Officers" who have police training but do not carry firearms.
In much of the state, the troopers serve as the only police force available. In addition to enforcing traffic and criminal law, wildlife Troopers enforce hunting and fishing regulations.
Many rural communities in Alaska are considered "dry", having outlawed the importation of alcoholic beverages. Domestic abuse and other violent crimes are also at high levels in the state; this is in part linked to alcohol abuse.
The average age of sexually assaulted victims is 16 years old. In four out of five cases, the suspects were relatives, friends or acquaintances. The Stikine River attracts the largest springtime concentration of American bald eagles in the world.
Their purpose is to encourage cross-cultural exchanges among all people and enhance self-esteem among Native people. The Alaska Native Arts Foundation promotes and markets Native art from all regions and cultures in the State, using the internet.
Influences on music in Alaska include the traditional music of Alaska Natives as well as folk music brought by later immigrants from Russia and Europe.
Lathrop and filmed in and around Anchorage. Released in by the Alaska Moving Picture Corporation, it was the only film the company made. Upon arriving in Alaska, they set up "Camp Hollywood" in Northwest Alaska, where they lived during the duration of the filming.
Mayer spared no expense in spite of the remote location, going so far as to hire the chef from the Hotel Roosevelt in Hollywood to prepare meals.
When Eskimo premiered at the Astor Theatre in New York City, the studio received the largest amount of feedback in its history to that point.
Eskimo was critically acclaimed and released worldwide; as a result, Mala became an international movie star.
Eskimo won the first Oscar for Best Film Editing at the Academy Awards, and showcased and preserved aspects of Inupiat culture on film.
The film, which is based on the novel of the same name, follows the adventures of Christopher McCandless , who died in a remote abandoned bus along the Stampede Trail west of Healy in Many films and television shows set in Alaska are not filmed there; for example, Northern Exposure , set in the fictional town of Cicely, Alaska, was filmed in Roslyn, Washington.
Many reality television shows are filmed in Alaska. In the Anchorage Daily News found ten set in the state. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Breakfast was a beautiful traditional Spanish spread with wonderful coffee! We will look forward to visiting again and perhaps staying longer!
The country atmosphere in rural Spain is wonderful. We recommend it on every aspect. Delicious breakfast and very friendly and helpful hosts. This is a very traditional style of property but very comfortable and clean.
Breakfast was superb and plentiful. The grounds offer a relaxing atmosphere, every morning I walked in the expanse grass fields.
The owners are friendly and welcoming. Nothing to disturb your comfort. The living rooms come as a bonus to the guest - another place to relax and feel free to do what you want.
And close to many good places if go by car. So we chose Can Rosich to have a quiet haven, and what a great choice it was: Wonderfull to sit in the garden during the evening and listen to the silence and look around at nature.
The location is ideal, close to the coastal towns for those who want, and close to Montseny and its gorgeous surroundings.
We will certainly be back for a hiking holiday. Breakfast is just great!! It was amazing, very quiet and very nice place. The property was very comfortable and the owners were nice and the breakfast was brilliant.
However, as sweet and nice the owners may be I do take exception to seeing a dog , an old dog , German Sheperd not in good health being locked in a open cage outside 2 x3 Mtrs in size with a tiny bit of shelter and no bed to lay on in January temperatures of 1 or 2 c..
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Noise isolation was missing The shower is quite small No elevator Not for handicap people. Excellent place quite outside of the town in a nice farm style place House from but renewed in the 60s Bit old fashion Good breakfast Nice garden Personal extremely quite and helpful.
Excellent room in a perfect quiet location. The hosts are very nice and welcoming people. The hosts were exceptional at making certain our stay was enjoyable, the breakfast included was outstanding.
Top notch breakfast, more than you need. Disappointed that no food in evening available as advertised on site so had to drive into Santa Susanna.
We had to be in Calella for the Ironman Air Conditi0oning in the rooms would be a welcome feature and I would be willing to pay extra for this.
This is the second time we stay at this hotel and it was as perfect as the first time. A lovely old Spanish house just off the coast but within walking distance of a train station.
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