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Fully restored xxxx indian chief motorcycle. I am listing this motorcycle for my neighbor harold, since he doesn't use ebay. He has fully restored three indian motorcycles, and knows these bikes inside and out. He just sold the red xxxx indian chief that was listed for sale on ebay, this one is restored to the same high level. Only reason for selling is that he is getting too old to ride. Chain Transmission✔ Crash bar✔ Tail light✔ Chrome rim
62 °c) in prospect creek on january xx, xxxx,[xx][xx] one degree above the lowest temperature recorded in continental north america (in snag, yukon, canada).the climate in the extreme north of alaska is arctic (köppen: et) with long, very cold winters and short, cool summers. Even in july, the average low temperature in barrow is 34 °f (1 °c). precipitation is light in this part of alaska, with many places averaging less than 10 in (25 cm) per year, mostly as snow which stays on the ground almost the enti.
British columbia and the yukon. Also in southeast were the haida, now well known for their unique arts. The tsimshian people came to alaska from british columbia in xxxx, when president grover cleveland, and later the u. Congress, granted them permission to settle on annette island and found the town of metlakatla. All three of these peoples, as well as other indigenous peoples of the pacific northwest coast, experienced smallpox outbreaks from the late 18th through the mid-19th century, with the most devastating epidemics occurring in the xxxxs and xxxxs, resulting in high fatalities and social disruptio.
The aleutian islands are still home to the aleut people's seafaring society, although they were the first native alaskans to be exploited by russians. Western and southwestern alaska are home to the yup'ik, while their cousins the alutiiq ~ sugpiaq lived in what is now southcentral alaska. The north slope and little diomede island are occupied by the widespread inupiat peopl.
The climate in southeast alaska is a mid-latitude oceanic climate (köppen climate classification: cfb) in the southern sections and a subarctic oceanic climate (köppen cfc) in the northern parts. On an annual basis, southeast is both the wettest and warmest part of alaska with milder temperatures in the winter and high precipitation throughout the year. Juneau averages over 50 in (130 cm) of.
Temperatures reaching into the 90s °f (the low-to-mid 30s °c), while in the winter, the temperature can fall below ? 60 °f (? 51 °c). Precipitation is sparse in the interior, often less than 10 in (25 cm) a year, but what precipitation falls in the winter tends to stay the entire winter. The highest and lowest recorded temperatures in alaska are both in the interior. The highest is 100 °f (38 °c) in fort yukon (which is just 8 mi or 13 km inside the arctic circle) on june xx, xxxx,[xx][xx] making alaska tied with hawaii as the state with the lowest high temperature in the united states. the lowest official alaska temperature is ? 80 °.
Starting in the xxxxs and stretching in some places to the early xxxxs, gold rushes in alaska and the nearby yukon territory brought thousands of miners and settlers to alaska. Alaska was officially incorporated as an organized territory in xxxx. Alaska's capital, which had been in sitka until xxxx, was moved north to juneau. Construction of the alaska governor's mansion began that same year.
West of anchorage on the mainland. Geologists have identified alaska as part of wrangellia, a large region consisting of multiple states and canadian provinces in the pacific northwest, which is actively undergoing continent building. Tidal differences can be more than 35 feet (10. 7 m).main article: list of lakes in ala.
Glacier ice covers some 16,000 square miles (41,440 km2) of land and 1,200 square miles (3,110 km2) of tidal zone. The Bering Glacier complex near the southeastern border with Yukon covers 2,250 square miles (5,827 km2) alone. ska has more than three million lakes.Marshlands and wetland permafrost cover 188,320 square miles (487,747 km2) (mostly in northern, western and southwest flatlands)
The first european vessel to reach alaska is generally held to be the st. Gabriel under the authority of the surveyor m. Gvozdev and assistant navigator i. Fyodorov on august 21, xxxx during an expedition of siberian cossak a. Xxxx).another european contact with alaska occurred in xxxx, when vitus bering led an expedition for the russian navy aboard the st.
The chain of volcanoes extends to Mount Spur.. The Aleutian Islands chain extends west from the southern tip of the Alaska Peninsula. With its myriad islands, Alaska has nearly 34,000 miles (54,720 km) of tidal shoreline Chain Transmission
Some researchers believe that the first russian settlement in alaska was established in the 17th century. according to this hypothesis, in xxxx several koches of semyon dezhnyov's expedition came ashore in alaska by storm and founded this settlement. Xxxx and who had reported on a village on the kheuveren river, populated by "bearded men" who "pray to the icons". Some modern researchers associate kheuveren with koyuk.
This region has a tremendous amount of variety in precipitation. An area stretching from the northern side of the seward peninsula to the kobuk river valley (i. E., the region around kotzebue sound) is technically a desert, with portions receiving less than 10 in (25 cm) of precipitation annually. On the other extreme, some locations between dillingham and bethel average around 100 in (250 cm) of precipitation.the climate of the interior of alaska is subarctic. Some of the highest and lowest temperatures in alaska occur around the area near fairbanks. The summers may have.
The most populous region of alaska, containing anchorage, the matanuska-susitna valley and the kenai peninsula. Rural, mostly unpopulated areas south of the alaska range and west of the wrangell mountains also fall within the definition of south central, as do the prince william sound area and the communities of cordova and valdez.
Also referred to as the panhandle or inside passage, this is the region of alaska closest to the rest of the united states. As such, this was where most of the initial non-indigenous settlement occurred in the years following the alaska purchase. The region is dominated by the alexander archipelago as well as the tongass national forest, the largest national forest in the united states. It contains the state capital juneau, the former capital sitka, and ketchikan, at one time alaska's largest city. the alaska marine highway provides a vital surface transportation link throughout the area, as only three communities (haines, hyder and skagway) enjoy direct connections to the contiguous north am.
Of the remaining land area, the state of alaska owns 101 million acres (41 million hectares), its entitlement under the alaska statehood act. A portion of that acreage is occasionally ceded to organized boroughs, under the statutory provisions pertaining to newly formed boroughs. Smaller portions are set aside for rural subdivisions and other homesteading-related opportunities. These are not very popular due to the often remote and roadless locations. The university of alaska, as a land grant university, also owns substantial acreage which it manages independen.
Effectively, the corporations hold title (including subsurface title in many cases, a privilege denied to individual alaskans) but cannot sell the land. Individual native allotments can be and are sold on the open market, however. Various private interests own the remaining land, totaling about one percent of the state. Alaska is, by a large margin, the state with the smallest percentage of private land ownership when native corporation holdings are excluded.
Of precipitation a year, with around 75 in (190 cm) of snow, although there are areas in the south central which receive far more snow. It is a subarctic climate (köppen: dfc) due to its brief, cool summers. The climate of western alaska is determined in large part by the bering sea and the gulf of alaska. It is a subarctic oceanic climate in the southwest and a continental subarctic climate farther north. The temperature is somewhat moderate considering how far north the area is.
According to an october xxxx report by the united states bureau of land management, approximately 65% of alaska is owned and managed by the u. Federal government as public lands, including a multitude of national forests, national parks, and national wildlife refuges. of these, the bureau of land management manages 87 million acres (35 million hectares), or 23. 8% of the state. The arctic national wildlife refuge is managed by the united states fish and wildlife service. It is the world's largest wildlife refuge, comprising 16 million acres (6. 5 million he.
For most of alaska's first decade under the united states flag, sitka was the only community inhabited by american settlers. They organized a "provisional city government," which was alaska's first municipal government, but not in a legal sense. legislation allowing alaskan communities to legally incorporate as cities did not come about until xxxx, and home rule for cities was extremely limited or unavailable until statehood took effect in 195.
Became the capital of russian america. It remained the capital after the colony was transferred to the united states. The russians never fully colonized alaska, and the colony was never very profitable. Evidence of russian settlement in names and churches survive throughout southeast alaska. Seward, the united states secretary of state, negotiated the alaska purchase (also known as seward's folly) with the russians in xxxx for $7. 2 million.
The north slope is mostly tundra peppered with small villages. Alaska and the prudhoe bay oil field. barrow, the northernmost city in the united states, is located here. The northwest arctic area, anchored by kotzebue and also containing the kobuk river valley, is often regarded as being part of this region. However, the respective inupiat of the north slope and of the northwest arctic seldom consider themselves to be one peo.
Another 44 million acres (18 million hectares) are owned by 12 regional, and scores of local, native corporations created under the alaska native claims settlement act (ancsa) of xxxx. Regional native corporation doyon, limited often promotes itself as the largest private landowner in alaska in advertisements and other communications. Provisions of ancsa allowing the corporations' land holdings to be sold on the open market starting in xxxx were repealed before they could take effect.