Alaska

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Discipline:
Social Studies
Subject:
American History
Grade:
10

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Alaska

IMPERALISM!

The Territory of Alaska or Alaska Territory was an organized incorporated territory of the United States that existed from August 24, 1912, until January 3, 1959, when it was admitted to the Union as the State of Alaska. Russia offered to sell Alaska to the United States in 1859, believing the United States would off-set the designs of Russia’s greatest rival in the Pacific, Great Britain.The territory was previously the District of Alaska, created on May 17, 1884.

Details of a dozen chemical and biological weapons testing ... Defense Department outlines testing of chemical, biological weapons in Alaska ... Three other types of bacteria, one related to anthrax but considered benign, ...

WHAT TYPE OF WEAPONS DID THE INFERIOR ALASKA HAVE?

ALASKA

Within a few decades, Alaska would prove to be an amazing treasure trove of natural resources from gold to oil, proving Seward’s wisdom and exposing the shortsightedness of those who had once poked fun at the purchase.

WHY DID THE U.S. TOOK OVER ALASKA?

2 different weapons, however, in this case the ak-47. the one problem i have had with ak's is that they over heat when i shoot them on full auto. After you put 2 or 3 hundred rounds through it they sometimes catch on fire which is pretty cool, but in a combat situation not so cool.

The category ''new media'' changed there cultural with expressions.In my view indigenous people are very good with tools, thats why they survived so long.

WHAT TYPE OF WEAPONS SUPERIOR ALASKA HAVE

WHAT'S THE TECHNOLOGY FOR ALSAKA?

WHO TOOK OVER ALASKA?

According to the most recent and reliable figures assembled, the rate of violent victimization among American Indians—a group defined to include Alaska Natives—is more than twice as high as the national average. The disparity in rates occurs across age groups, sexes, housing locations and income groups.


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