The State of Alaska
Report by
Alura and Luis
This is Alaska.
This is Alaska’s Flag.
This is the Governor of Alaska.
His name is Sean Parnell.
 FAST FACTS ABOUT ALASKA
Population: 626,932
Capital: Juneau
Nickname: “The Last Frontier”
State motto: North to the Futu...
State symbols

BIRD

TREE

FLOWER

WILLOW
PTARMIGAN

SITKA SPRUCE

FORGET ME NOT
Facts about the State economy
Agriculture

Industry

Seafood
Nursery stock
Dairy products
Vegetables
Livestock

Petroleum ...
Interesting people important in Alaska’s history

John Muir
Sarah Palin
Benny Benson
Naturalist, explorer,
Former Governor...
Interesting places in Alaska

North Pole:
Santa Claus House.
America's northernmost
Christmas-theme land.

Knik, AK:
Mushe...
Three facts about Alaska
1. In 1867 United States Secretary of State William H. Seward
offered Russia $7,200,000, or two c...
Natural Alaska

seal

glacier

Killer whale
Jumping Salmon
The End
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Alaska

  1. 1. The State of Alaska Report by Alura and Luis
  2. 2. This is Alaska.
  3. 3. This is Alaska’s Flag.
  4. 4. This is the Governor of Alaska. His name is Sean Parnell.
  5. 5.  FAST FACTS ABOUT ALASKA Population: 626,932 Capital: Juneau Nickname: “The Last Frontier” State motto: North to the Future It was the 49th state admitted to statehood on January 3, 1959.
  6. 6. State symbols BIRD TREE FLOWER WILLOW PTARMIGAN SITKA SPRUCE FORGET ME NOT
  7. 7. Facts about the State economy Agriculture Industry Seafood Nursery stock Dairy products Vegetables Livestock Petroleum and natural gas Gold and other mining Food processing Lumber and wood products Tourism
  8. 8. Interesting people important in Alaska’s history John Muir Sarah Palin Benny Benson Naturalist, explorer, Former Governor and Designed state flag at age 13, Studied glaciers in Alaska Vice-presidential candidate ( Chignik) (Scotland) (Wasilla)
  9. 9. Interesting places in Alaska North Pole: Santa Claus House. America's northernmost Christmas-theme land. Knik, AK: Musher's Hall of Fame All about mushing and dog sledding
  10. 10. Three facts about Alaska 1. In 1867 United States Secretary of State William H. Seward offered Russia $7,200,000, or two cents per acre, for Alaska. It was called “Seward’s Folly.” 2. Joe Juneau's 1880 discovery of gold ushered in the gold rush era. 3. Alaska accounts for 25% of the oil produced in the United States.
  11. 11. Natural Alaska seal glacier Killer whale Jumping Salmon
  12. 12. The End

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