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Alaska Printables
 

Alaska Color-me State Quarter

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Top Five Facts
 

1. ) Alaska was purchased from Russia in 1867. At the time, Secretary of State William H. Seward was ridiculed for purchasing the "barren wasteland" and the purchase became known as "Seward’s Folly."

2. ) Alaska and Russia are separated by the Bering Strait, at a distance of only 50 miles!

3. ) Temperatures rose to 100 degrees Fahrenheit at Fort Yukon, Alaska in 1915.

4. ) Alaska is the only state in America that can be typed on one row of a keyboard.

5. ) Of the 20 tallest mountains in America, 17 are located in Alaska.

 
Alaska in History
Alaska Purchase Stamp
 

Alaska Purchase (1867 – from Russia)

 
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Selected Alaska Video – Denali National Park