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★ People from Allakaket, Alaska




                                     

★ People from Allakaket, Alaska

  • Allakaket æləˈkækɪt al - ə - KAK - it Aalaa Kkaakk et in Koyukon is a second class city in the Yukon - Koyukuk Census Area of the Unorganized Borough of
  • Allakaket was a census - designated place CDP in Yukon - Koyukuk Census Area, Alaska United States. The population was 66 at the 2010 census, up from 36
  • with two exceptions. He spent a year living in the small Alaska Native community of Allakaket during his childhood. In 1997, he briefly moved to New York
  • 67222 W 66.56222 - 152.67222 Alatna, Alaska a 1 2 mile west across the river from neighboring village Allakaket The population returns for 1930 combined
  • males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 122.60 males. Allakaket Anvik Bettles Fort Yukon Galena Grayling Holy Cross Hughes Huslia Kaltag
  • wilderness. Mountains include Denali in the Alaska Range, the Wrangell Mountains, and the Ray Mountains. The native people of the interior are Alaskan Athabaskans
  • passenger flights to the following locations in Alaska as of June 2012 Allakaket AET - Allakaket Airport to Bettles, Fairbanks Anaktuvuk Pass AKP
                                     
  • passengers services to the following domestic destinations: Allakaket AET - Allakaket Airport Anaktuvuk Pass AKP - Anaktuvuk Pass Airport Anchorage
  • Village Native Village of Aleknagik Algaaciq Native Village St. Mary s Allakaket Village Native Village of Ambler Village of Anaktuvuk Pass Ancient Beringian
  • village corporations are now owned by Alaska Native people through privately owned shares of corporation stock. Alaska Natives alive at ANCSA s enactment
  • Tanana, and on the Koyukuk River in the villages of Huslia, Hughes, and Allakaket Upper Koyukon was spoken at Stevens Village, Rampart, and part of Tanana
  • River from its confluence with the Yukon, at its junction with its tributary the Alatna River, in 1907 Stuck founded a mission he called Allakaket Koyukon
  • the river is lined by the communities of Evansville, Bettles, Alatna, Allakaket Hughes, and Huslia before reaching Koyukuk. Its headwaters tributaries
  • Places with fewer than 1, 000 people Birch Creek, Alaska 100.0 La Plant, South Dakota 100.0 New Allakaket Alaska 100.0 Pinehill, New Mexico
                                     
  • and depend on park resources for food and livelihood. They are Alatna, Allakaket Ambler, Anaktuvuk Pass, Bettles, Evansville, Hughes, Kobuk, Nuiqsut
  • TCC the traditional tribal consortium of the 42 villages of Interior Alaska is based on a belief in tribal self - determination and the need for regional

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