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Alaska - Rubber Stamp and Custom Stamps
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Alaska is the largest state of the US with the same area as the 22 smallest states combined, but it has a smaller population than all but three other states. Mount McKinley, locally known as Denali, is the highest peak in the US.
Denali, Mount McKinley, public domain Wikipedia source
At one point Alaska was called Seward’s Folly, since its purchase from Russia in 1867 by Secretary of State William Seward for $7.2 million was thought to be a poor investment. But with a current gross state product of nearly $50 billion, the investment seems to be paying off quite nicely. Oil and petroleum are the primary economic drivers, contributing over 80% of the state’s revenues. Commercial fishing and tourism are also strong.
Alaska has had several major influxes of people including a gold rush in the early 1900s, an oil boom starting in the 1970s, and growing tourism today. The economy is dominated by the Trans-Alaskan pipeline which delivers half a million barrels of oil per day. The value to the state of this key product is so great that Alaskan citizens pay no income tax.
While Alaska does not have professional sport franchises, it has its own unique sports opportunities. The annual Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race spans over 1000 miles. Snowmobile or “snow machine” racing is popular. Each year 1000 rock and ice climbers brave the heights of Denali, attempting to reach the summit at 20,000 feet. And thousands of visitors take Alaskan cruises to view some of its 100,000 slow-moving glaciers. When winter ends, Alaska’s open, sunny landscape and three million lakes offer excellent hiking, camping, canoeing, hunting, and fishing. Cultural opportunities include an annual Hummingbird Festival, Whale Fest, and numerous celebrations of native art and customs of Alaska’s eleven cultural groups.