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Alaska and Land
Land selection by the state of Alaska under the Statehood Act and for the regional and village corporations has continued through the present.
* Alaska Land Transfer Acceleration Act
* Alaska Native Land Claims Settlement Act of 1971.
Land access to this area is by either the Alaska Railroad or the Seward Highway.
Anaktuvuk Pass is the last remaining settlement of the Nunamiut ( People of the Land ) Inupiat Eskimo in Alaska.
Offices for the Bureau of Land Management, Alaska State Troopers, and the Dept.
In 1908, Parks worked for the United States Land Office in Denver as a mineral examiner for two months before taking a similar position in Alaska.
It has been expanded and slightly modified by Letters of Instruction and Manuals of Instruction, issued by the General Land Office and the Bureau of Land Management and continues in use in most of the states west of Pennsylvania, south to Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi, west to the Pacific Ocean, and north into the Arctic in Alaska.
Land overlooking the Ship Creek valley near the Alaska Railroad yards also slid, destroying many acres of buildings and city blocks in downtown Anchorage.
* State of Alaska Land Offerings and Remote Recreation Cabins Staking Program
A map made by the General Land Office in 1869 calls the southwestern part of the Alaska Range the " Chigmit Mountains " and the northeastern part the " Beaver Mountains ".
# Iditarod National Historic Trail-- Seward, Alaska northwestward to Nome, Alaska traces America's only remaining frontier trail, the route of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race and the human migratory route across the Bering Land Bridge.
Cannonball concretions have also been reported from Van Mijenfjorden, Spitsbergen ; near Haines Junction, Yukon Territory, Canada ; Jameson Land, East Greenland ; near Mecevici, Ozimici, and Zavidovici in Bosnia-Herzegovina ; in Alaska in the Kenai Peninsula Captain Cook State Park on north of Cook Inlet beach.
Fort Vancouver was the nexus for the fur trade on the Pacific Coast ; its influence reached from Rupert's Land and the Rocky Mountains in the east to the Hawaiian Islands, and from Russian Alaska to Mexican California.
It is 661 km ( 411 statute miles ) from the North Pole, north of Barrow, Alaska, and equidistant from the three closest landmasses, Ellesmere Island, Franz-Josef Land, and the New Siberian Islands, away.
The refuge was established on December 2, 1980 by the Alaska National Interest Land Conservation Act ( ANILCA ) following designation as a national wildlife monument in 1978 by the then President Jimmy Carter.
His contributions to the reports of the Harriman Alaska Expedition, include a chapter Description and Exploration of Alaska, and Volume 13, Land and Fresh-water Mollusks.
* National Energy Technology Laboratory ** at Albany, Oregon ; Fairbanks, Alaska ; Morgantown, West Virginia ; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ; and Sugar Land, Texas ( 1999 )
He narrated documentaries, including the National Geographic episode, " Alaska, The Great Land ," in 1965 ; " In the Realm of the Alligator ," in 1986 ; the TV special Code One, about the work of paramedics, 1989 and, " The Mountain Men " episode of the History Channel, 1999.
It also hosts the Bureau of Land Management's Alaska Fire Service.
The main purpose of the flight was to establish whether or not any Island ( Graham Land ) did exist between Alaska and the North Pole.

Alaska and Midnight
In June 2008, Lee pitched for the Alaska Goldpanners during the annual " Midnight Sun " ball game played at night during the Summer Solstice.
* Mayor's Midnight Sun Marathon in Anchorage, Alaska
* Midnight Sun Run, a 10 K race in Fairbanks, Alaska
Pitching for the Boulder Collegians in the summer of 1969, Burt started and won the 64th Midnight Sun Game, which was hosted by the Alaska Goldpanners of Fairbanks.
The Midnight Sun Game, held at Growden Memorial Park in Fairbanks on the longest day of each year, is one of the highlights of the Alaska Baseball League season.
The Midnight Sun Game is a baseball game played every summer solstice at Growden Memorial Park in Fairbanks, Alaska, United States.

Alaska and Sun
The South Terminal serves Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Condor ( Departures ), Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue, Sun Country, United Airlines, and US Airways.
Origins of the Sun and Moon Alutiiq Legend from Kodiak Island, Alaska, Collected by Alphonse Louis Pinart, March 20, 1872.

Alaska and Sheet
The natural dispersal of metals to the environment in the Wulik River-Ikalukrok Creek area, western Brooks Range, Alaska U. S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 107-03.
Natural environmental effects of silver-lead-zinc deposits in the Brooks Range, Alaska U. S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 092-95.
Members of the Kiks. ádi of the indigenous Tlingit people had occupied portions of the Alaska Panhandle, including Sheet ’- ká X ' áat ' l ( present-day Baranof Island ), for some 11, 000 years.
However, a coastal route around the bays of northwest Baranof Island appears to be the most likely course as it would have allowed the travelers to circumvent the Island's dense forests, based on significant firsthand research into the event conducted by Herb and Frank Hope of the Sheet ' ká Kwáan — Sitka Tribe of Alaska.
* Tlingit Geographical Place Names for the Sheet ’ Ka Kwaan — Sitka Tribe of Alaska — an interactive map of Sitka Area native place names.

Alaska and Music
On August 7, 2008, he played his first post-rehab electric show at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, NY debuting: " Alaska "( electric version ; the song was debuted acoustic at Rothbury ), " Peggy ", " Gone ", " Backwards Down the Number Line " ( electric version ; the song was debuted acoustic at Rothbury ), " Valentine ", " Greyhound Rising ", and " Light ".
Category: Music of Alaska
v. Merchants Wholesale, 698 N. W. 2d 136 ( Iowa 2005 ); Brown v. Music, Inc., 359 P. 2d 295 ( Alaska 1961 ).
The Crooked Stovepipe: Athapaskan Fiddle Music and Square Dancing in Northeast Alaska and Northwest Canada.
* Alaska Music Publishing
The Music of Alaska is a broad artistic field incorporating many cultures.
Alaska also is home to a notable chamber music festival in the Sitka Summer Music Festival which attracts chamber musicians from around the globe, as well as the Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival.
Category: Music of Alaska
A resident of Alaska since 1969, Rosenthal founded the Sitka Summer Music Festival, a chamber music festival held annually in Anchorage.
Category: Music venues in Alaska
George Kent ( University of Rhode Island, New England Conservatory, Chorus of Westerly ), Andrew Balio ( Baltimore Symphony Orchestra ), Gilbert Blais ( Conservatoire de musique de Saguenay ), Peter Chapman ( Boston Symphony Orchestra ), Jon Paul Danté ( Paramount Brass Quintet, Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra ), Russell Devuyst ( Montreal Symphony Orchestra ), Kurt Dupuis (" The President's Own " U. S. Marine Band ), Anthony DiLorenzo ( Center City Brass, composer, recording artist ), Albert DiPietro ( Longy School of Music ), Joseph D. Foley ( Atlantic Brass Quintet, Wellesley College, Boston University ), William Harvey ( Oakland East Bay Symphony ), Edward Hoffman ( Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Peabody Institute ), Bruce Hopkins ( College of the Holy Cross ), Paul Jackson ( Alabama Symphony Orchestra ), Robert Lemons ( Eastern Connecticut State University ), Louis Larouche ( Québec Symphony Orchestra ), Steven Matera (" The President's Own " U. S. Marine Band ) Timothy Morrison ( Boston Symphony Orchestra, Hollywood recording artist ), Rodney Mack ( Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia ), Niel Mueller ( North Dakota State University ), Dennis Najoom ( Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra ), Gary Peterson ( Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, Grieg Academy ), William Pfund ( University of Northern Colorado, Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra ), Marc Reese ( Empire Brass Quintet ), Betty Barber Rines ( Portland Symphony Orchestra ), Jay Rizzetto ( California State University, San Francisco Ballet ), John Schnell ( Portland Symphony Orchestra ), David Scott ( McNeese State University ), Lt Col Alan Sierichs ( The United States Air Force Band ), Rolf Smedvig ( Empire Brass Quintet ), Thomas V. Smith ( New York Philharmonic, Manhattan School of Music ), Edward Tarr ( trumpet soloist, historian ), James Thompson ( Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Eastman School of Music ), Peter Voisin ( Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra ), Linn Weeda ( Anchorage Symphony Orchestra, University of Alaska Anchorage ), Alan Wenger ( Central Missouri State University ), Mike Zonshine ( Honolulu Symphony ) Earl Gaar ( Top Brass Louisville KY ).
Category: Music of Alaska
The Sitka Summer Music Festival logo. The Sitka Summer Music Festival ( abbreviated SSMF ) is a month-long classical chamber music festival in the community of Sitka, Alaska.
Category: Music of Alaska

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