Alaskan


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a native or resident of Alaska

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Not entirely unremembered in Alaskan annals is the summer stampede of 1898 from Fort Yukon to the bench diggings of Tarwater Hill.
The company scours local farmers' markets, unique shops, and small marketplaces to source "wholesome, gourmet-quality Alaskan products grown and made by skilled Alaskan artisans," Once Alaska Artisanal has found their quality selection, they curate unique Alaskan-made products into gift baskets for any occasion.
We are very pleased with the continued support we are receiving from retailers embracing the Frontier Harvest Alaskan Jack's line of products, and our brand will be in distribution nationally during Lenten 2016," says Steven Chen, CEO and president of Alaskan Jack's Seafood Corp.
Although the cold Alaskan waters that produce delicious wild salmon and the warm tropical breezes that nurture pineapple are worlds apart, the flavors are highly compatible.
Alaskan Summer Ale is a Kolsch, a style that's still relatively uncommon among craft offerings.
The Sourdough Man, An Alaska Folktale" is a charming Alaskan revisiting of the children's classic tale of the Gingerbread Man.
China has a role to play in the Alaskan plans to develop its oil and natural gas ambitions, said Alaskan Lt.
of New Mexico) document 116 species of Alaskan mammals and use detailed line drawings from Alaskan artist W.
Denali Alaskan Federal Credit Union is helping its far-flung membership keep up with its growing branch and ATM network by renewing its contract for Code Green LLC's online BranchMap locator tool, the company and credit union said.
It features a musher and sled dog, state ferry, Native Alaskan canoe, bear and whale, along with the statement, 'We're all pulling together.
But Alaskan Brewing of Juneau, which uses glacier-fed water in its stouts, porters and both winter and summer ales, is donating some of its profits to cleaning up the Pacific Ocean.
Alaskan restaurant critic and food writer Kim Severson, with the assistance of restaurant chef Glenn Denkler, has compile more than 120 superbly crafted recipes in "The New Alaskan Cookbook: Recipes From The Last Frontier's Best Chefs", each of which reflects the very best of contemporary Alaskan cuisine.
This study among Alaskan native children suggests that this is a very real concern.
Preadolescents and adolescents who are enrolled in Medicaid and seek reproductive health services have an elevated likelihood of being abused or engaging in criminal behavior, both before and after their reproductive health visits, according to a recent cross-sectional analysis of Alaskan public health databases.
Blaire Van Valkenburgh of the University of California, Los Angeles and her colleagues conducted a genetic study of living gray wolves and also samples of mitochondrial DNA recovered from wolf bones found in Alaskan permafrost.