The Alaska Almanac: Facts about Alaska

The Alaska Almanac: Facts about Alaska

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Since 1976, those looking for facts about Alaska turn to this trusted fact book. Updated biannually, this affordable, best-selling guide is filled with accurate, timely facts on the geography, history, economy, employment, recreation, climate, and peoples of this large and diverse state.
 

Overview

Since 1976, those looking for facts about Alaska turn to this trusted fact book. Updated biannually, this affordable, best-selling guide is filled with accurate, timely facts on the geography, history, economy, employment, recreation, climate, and peoples of this large and diverse state.
 

Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
“Absolutely everything is covered in the book, from Native people to natural history to geography regions to oil and gas production.”
—Dee Longenbaugh, ObservatoryBooks.com, Sitka Sentinel

“An indispensable reference for those who love the northern state . . . a joy to read.”  —Statesman Journal

If you have ever wondered whether ice worms really exist or what percentage of Alaska is covered by glaciers, this is the ready reference book for you. The Alaska Almanac has reached its 29th edition by providing readers with nearly every imaginable fact about the Last Frontier: geography, history, economy, cultures, wildlife, and people. Where else could you learn the differences between mukluks, muktuk, and muskeg?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780882409375
Publisher:
Graphic Arts Center Publishing Company
Publication date:
12/16/2013
Series:
Alaska Almanac Series
Edition description:
Thirty-fourth Edition
Pages:
252
Product dimensions:
5.60(w) x 8.60(h) x 0.80(d)

Meet the Author

Nancy Gates has gathered information and compiled the updates for the Alaska Almanac for the past nine years fromher home office in the state.

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