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State of Alaska Total Population:
742,000 Residents

Capital City:
Juneau

Largest Cities:
Anchorage: 291,826 - Juneau: 31,974 - Fairbanks: 31,535
Bordering States:
None




About Alaska Public Records


State and local government and municipal agencies are required to make public records available according to Alaska laws. A public record in Alaska can be files, writings, papers, books, and other items developed or received by a public agency, or by a private contractor for a public agency. It also includes drafts and memorialization of conversations.

Things that are not public records are adoption papers, juvenile records, medical information, names of victims of certain types of sexual assault. Other personally identifiable information, may be redacted to protect the individual's privacy.




A Short History Of Alaska


Alaska is the largest state in the U.S.and was admitted to the union as the 49th state in 1959. The state lies at the extreme northwest of the North American continent. In 1784, the Russian seaman and fur trader Grigory Ivanovich Shelekhov arrived to the area and founded the first permanent Russian settlement. AK was acquired by the United States Of America in 1867. The U.S. Secretary of State William Seward arranged the purchase of Alaska from Russia. Critics of the purchase, for $7,200,000, believed that the land had nothing to offer, but the discovery of gold in the 1890s created a stampede of prospectors and settlers.


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