Definition of Alaskan native
1. Noun. A member or descendant of any of the aboriginal peoples of Alaska.
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Literary usage of Alaskan native
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Drug Use Among Racial/Ethnic Minorities edited by Andrea Kopstein (1998)
"American Indian/alaskan native Statistics There is no single comprehensive Federal effort to collect data on drug use among American Indian/alaskan native ..."
2. Alcohol Use Among U. S. Ethnic Minorities edited by Danielle Spiegler (1993)
"Most alaskan native societies have chosen a political path quite distinct from ... The political, economic, and social diversity of alaskan native societies ..."
3. Alaskana: Or, Alaska in Descriptive and Legendary Poems by Bushrod Washington James (1892)
"... alaskan native TRIBES. AND this land so fraught with promise— -^ Teeming full of grandest beauty— Bearing untold stores of fortune Underneath its varied ..."
4. Health Status of Minorities & Low Income Groups by DIANE Publishing Company, Dept. of Health and Human Services, United States (1991)
"(13) Adams (1985) found that, when compared to White Alaskan residents, there was a near threefold greater incidence of SIDS deaths among alaskan native ..."
5. Digest of Education Statistics (1999) edited by Thomas D. Snyder (2000)
"The racial/ethnic composition was: American Indian/alaskan native, 4 percent; Hispanic, 25 percent; black, 36 percent; white, 33 percent; and Asian, ..."