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  1. a state in the United States of America, in the northwest of the North American continent

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  2. In 2006 Alaska had an estimated population of 670,053, an increase of 6,392 (0.96%) from 2005 and 43,121 (6.9%) from 2000

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  3. Russian: Аляска Alyaska

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  4. As of 2007, the population was 683,478 with approximately 50% residing along the Anchorage metropolitan areas

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  5. The area that became Alaska was purchased from the Russian Empire after Congress concluded its resources could be vitally important to the nation's future growth

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