Research Tools: Alaska Community Data Available on New Interactive Online Portal (Alaska Community Database Online)
From the Juneau Empire:
Ever wondered what the Alaska Native names for all the communities in Alaska were? Or how many people lived in each community?
Searching for such data just became way easier in an interactive portal. The Division of Community and Regional Affairs unveiled a new website this week, with the goal of making demographic information about communities across Alaska more easily accessible to the average person.
Using the database, people can click on various dots across the state which lead them to pages featuring data about the people and location of each community.
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Direct to Alaska Community Database Online
See Also: More Interactive Maps From Alaska Division of Community and Regional Affairs
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