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    Probably the least visited yet Alaska tops the list of states many people want to see.

    Juneau is the capital and, other than Hawaii, has the distinction of being the only capital in the United States that is accessible only by plane or boat. The state's largest city is Anchorage; the second largest is Fairbanks.

    In 1784 Russian whalers established the first settlement in the area. And in 1867 United States Secretary of State William H. Seward offered Russia $7,200,000, or two cents per acre, for Alaska in what at the time was considered “Seward’s Folly”. All that has changed when gold was discovered in 1880, and today the state accounts for 25% of our oil production.

    Alaska became a state in 1959 and was the 49th state admitted to the union.

    Alaska is the largest of our states. Rhode Island could fit into Alaska 425 times.

    The grandeur of the scenery is awesome particularly when one considers the diversity of the state. 17 of the 20 highest peaks in the United States are in Alaska. At 20,320 feet above sea level, Mt. McKinley, located in Alaska's interior, is the highest point in North America.
    At the same time most of the western boundary of the state is at sea level. You can go from watching killer whales to salmon fishing to mountain climbing in just a few hours time.

    The fishing and seafood industry is the state's largest private industry employer

    The two most popular nicknames for Alaska are “The Last Frontier” and “The Land Of The Midnight Sun”. During the summer, gardens produce amazing crops as the sun is rarely down over the horizon. The other side of that picture is winter when the sun rarely shines.

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