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The following is a greeting given in one of the 20 indigenous languages recognized by the State of Alaska.

Ade' ndadz dengit'a?
(Deg Xinag)
"Hello, how are you?"

Alaska Census Related Trends Articles

Alaska’s Voting Districts (April 2019)

Why The Census Matters (September 2018)

Our Changing Age Structure (June 2017)

Kids Living with Grandparents (May 2017)

How Educated are Alaskans? (March 2017)

One in 10 is a Veteran (June 2016)

Alaskans with Disabilities (May 2016)

Alaskans Who Live Alone (June 2014)

Alaska’s Asians and Pacific Islanders (February 2014)

Anchorage Neighborhoods (September 2013)

The Alaska Native Population (April 2013)

Home–Grown Workers (March 2013)

Alaska’s Hispanic Population (February 2013)

The Shift to an Older Alaska (August 2012)

A Few Facts about Alaskans (May 2012)

Alaska’s Highly Migratory Population (April 2012)

Poverty Measures in Alaska (February 2012)

The Makeup of Alaska’s Population (June 2011)

Commutes Are Shorter in Alaska (May 2011)

New ACS Data and the Census (March 2011)

How Alaskans Get to Work (March 2011)

Anchorage Migration (February 2010)

The 2010 Census (December 2009)

Census 2010 (November 2008)

Local Employment Dynamics (June 2008)

The 2005 American Community Survey (March 2007)

The American Community Survey (February 2006)

Census Data on Race (July 2003)

Education in Alaska (December 2002)

Census Issues Socio–Economic Data (December 2002)

Another Batch of Census Data (November 2002)

Census Goes Internet (April 2002)

Race and Ethnicity in Alaska (October 2001)

Census Data is Here (July 2001)

U.S. Census 2000 (March 2000)

State Data Center to Close June 30 1994 (August 1994)

Problematic Population Enumerating (July 1994)

1990 Census Bulletin (March 1992)

The 1990 Census – It’s Here! (March 1990)

1990 Census (December 1989)

Alaska’s Native Population: An Updated Profile (December 1988)

Special Census Results For Oil Related Worksites in the North Slope Borough (March 1983)

Nome Anticipates Mineral Development, U.S. and Canadian Firms to Co-Research Pipeline, Method to Regenerate Tundra, Juneau Living Costs Up, Non-residential Construction Soars, Population Becoming Less Urban (November 1970)

Alaska’s Population Shows 30 Percent Gain, Rural Alaska Data Available, Port Facilities in Homer to be Expanded, Herring Fishery on the Rise, Petersburg Fish Hatchery, Copper Deposit Sought (September 1970)

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