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us: Alaska


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    • us: Territory of Alaska
    • us: State of Alaska
    • us: Alyaska
    • us: Штат Аляска
    • us: Shtat Ali︠a︡ska
    • us: Аляска
    • us: Ali︠a︡ska
    • us: Aljaška
    • us: Hakʼaz Dineʼé Bikéyah Hahoodzo
    • us: Alaska osariik
    • us: Αλάσκα
    • us: Πολιτεία της Αλάσκα
    • us: Politeia tēs Alaska
    • us: Estado de Alaska
    • us: Alasko
    • us: Alasca
    • us: Â-lâ-sṳ̂-kâ
    • us: Аляск
    • us: Ali︠a︡sk
    • us: 알래스카 주
    • us: 알래스카주
    • us: 알래스카
    • us: Allaesŭkʻa-ju
    • us: Allaesŭkʻaju
    • us: Allaesŭkʻa
    • us: ʻĀlaka
    • us: Alaasika
    • us: אלסקה
    • us: Alasḳah
    • us: מדינת אלסקה
    • us: Medinat Alasḳah
    • us: Civitas Alascae
    • us: Alaszka
    • us: Алјаска
    • us: アラスカ州
    • us: Arasukashū
    • us: Arasuka-shū
    • us: アラスカ
    • us: Arasuka
    • us: Statul Alaska
    • us: Аљаска
    • us: Estado ng Alaska
    • us: Alaska Eyâleti
    • us: Alyaska Shitati
    • us: אלאסקע
    • us: 阿拉斯加州
    • us: Alasijia zhou
    • us: 阿拉斯加
    • us: Alasijia
    • us: AK
    • us: Russian America
    • us: Русская Америка
    • us: Russkai︠a︡ Amerika
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  • Sources

    • found: Alaska. Territorial Board of Budget. Report, 1935/1937: t.p. (Territory of Alaska)
    • found: Wikipedia, Sept. 13, 2010 (Alaska; State of Alaska) Azerbaijani page (Alyaska) Belarusian page (Штат Аляска = Shtat Ali︠a︡ska; Аляска = Ali︠a︡ska) Czech page (Aljaška) Navajo page (Hakʼaz Dineʼé Bikéyah Hahoodzo) Estonian page (Alaska; Alaska osariik) Greek page (Αλάσκα = Alaska; Πολιτεία της Αλάσκα = Politeia tēs Alaska) Spanish page (Alaska; Estado de Alaska) Esperanto page (Alasko) Irish page (Alasca) Hakka page (Â-lâ-sṳ̂-kâ) Kalmyk page (Аляск) Korean page (알래스카 주 = Allaesŭkʻa-ju; 알래스카 = Allaesŭkʻa) Hawaiian page (ʻĀlaka) Croatian page (Aljaska) Inuktitut page (Alaasika [in rom.]) Hebrew page (אלסקה = Alasḳah; מדינת אלסקה = Medinat Alasḳah) Latin page (Alasca; Civitas Alascae) Latvian page (Aļaska) Lithuanian page (Aliaska) Hungarian page (Alaszka) Macedonian page (Алјаска = Aljaska) Japanese page (アラスカ州 = Arasukashū; アラスカ = Arasuka) Romanian (Alaska; Statul Alaska) Serbian page (Аљаска = Aljaska) Tagalog page (Alaska; Estado ng Alaska) Turkish page (Alaska; Alaska Eyâleti) Uyghur page (Alyaska Shitati [in rom.]) Yiddish page (אלאסקע) Chinese page (阿拉斯加州 = Alasijia zhou; 阿拉斯加 = Alasijia)
    • found: Polk city directory. Southeast Alaska, AK, May 2002.
    • found: Russian America. Message from the President of the United States, in answer to a resolution of the House of 19th December last ... 1868, surrogate.
    • found: Wikipedia, Feb. 21, 2014 (Russian America (Russian: Русская Америка, Russkaya Amerika) was the name of Russian colonial possessions in the Americas from 1733 to 1867 that today is the US state of Alaska and settlements farther south in California)
  • Editorial Notes

    • [Non-Latin script references not evaluated.]
    • [Includes the old catalog heading: Alaska (Ter.)]
  • Change Notes

    • 1979-04-18: new
    • 2015-09-27: revised
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