People from Alaska

The Alaska people are made up of a wide variety of ethnic groups. While nearly 75% of the population is white, there are still many native Alaskans. Native Alaskans are divided in tribes that live in different regions of the state, like the Inuit, the Aleut and the Tlingit. The world of Native Alaskans has been greatly changed with the arrival of modern culture. The main quality that brings all these groups together is there common sense of independence. Alaskans are a tough people. They are self-reliant. While Alaska is the large state by land, it is the most sparsely populated. The native Alaskans adapted to the land. While the Eskimos have an Asian look, they have a unique physical type and are unrelated to any other race. Continue reading