Alaska Native


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  • noun

Synonyms for Alaska Native

a member or descendant of any of the aboriginal peoples of Alaska

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Through innovative programming, American Indian and Alaska Native tribal governments have created sustainable and community-driven solutions to their housing and community development challenges.
Alaska Native tribes also have a huge impact, an impact Alaska Business Monthly will be covering in more detail in future issues.
A Dangerous Idea: The Alaska Native Brotherhood and the Struggle for Indigenous Rights" is a detailed and documented work of seminal scholarship that is an essential and core addition to community and academic library Native American Studies reference collections and supplemental studies reading lists.
The research, based on National Vital Statistics Surveillance System mortality data linked to the Indian Health Service's electronic health records for 1999-2009, found infant mortality rates per 100,000 infants were 914 for American Indian and Alaska Native infants and children overall, but as high as 1,295 in Alaska and 1,163 in the Northern Plains.
But the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee's Subcommittee on Contracting Oversight estimated the largest ANCs' contributions amount to $615 per Alaska Native per year.
ACIP approved the group's proposal that PPV23 be recommended only for those members of the American Indian and Alaska Native populations who are younger than age 65 years and have underlying medical conditions that are PPV23 indications, or--in those aged 50-64 years--when they live in areas deemed by public health authorities to pose an increased risk of invasive pneumococcal disease.
The median income of households where the householder reported being American Indian and Alaska Native and no other race.
GAO's analysis of available data indicates that Alaska Native villages and regional Native nonprofits--including Native associations, and regional health and housing nonprofits--received over $3 billion in federal assistance from fiscal years 1998 through 2003.
1,788,853 The number of American Indian and Alaska Native households in 2014 (households with a householder who was American Indian and Alaska Native alone or in combination with another race).
Competition normally is required for 8(a) awards of these dollar values, except for awards to Indian tribes or Alaska Native Corporations.
This special seminar is only for those interested in the education of American Indian and Alaska Native students in the United States.
Chugach and other Alaska native programs that followed its lead were growing fast.
Global warming, long-range transport of contaminants, individual pollution events and other factors are making big changes in the natural world upon which Alaska Native culture depends.
For example, 26,995 Anchorage residents identified themselves as American Indian and/or Alaska Native in the 2000 Census.
The incidence of botulism in Alaska is among the highest in the world, and all cases of foodborne botulism in Alaska have been associated with eating traditional Alaska Native foods, including "fermented" foods, dried foods, seal oil, and muktuk (skin and a thin pinkish blubber layer immediately underneath the skin) from marine mammals (1,2).
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