Economics, Immigration and the Changing Face of Alaska

From Alaska Public Media: Over the course of little more than a century, Alaska communities transformed from primarily indigenous to some of the most culturally diverse in the United States. What changed? A combination of economic and political forces combined to reshape the population - and the effects still linger today.

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