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  1. Indian Immigrant Population Anchorage - Search

    Immigration from outside the United States resulted in ... Alaska Native or American Indian (15.6% ... Most of the state's black population lives in Anchorage.
  2. Indian American - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Alaska: 1,218: 0.17%: 723: 68.5%: South ... the Indian population in the U.S ... Indian Americans are also the fastest growing illegal immigrant group in the United ...
  3. Indian Immigrant Population Anchorage - Search

    India 1,535,972 4.1 ±12,419 ... on the general immigrant population and the place of birth ... would have later appeared in immigration court in Anchorage.
  4. Alaska QuickFacts from the US Census Bureau

    Business, people, and geography statistics for Alaska boroughs and census areas from the U.S. Census Bureau.
  5. Indian Immigrant Population Anchorage - Search

    Immigration from outside the United States resulted in a ... More than half of the state's population lives in Anchorage, ... * AIAN is American Indian or Alaskan ...
  6. American Indian and Alaska Native Data Links - Census ...

    American Indian and Alaska Native Population, Alone or in Combination - More: Population Estimates by Race, Sex and Ethnicity.
  7. Indian Immigrant Population Anchorage - Search

    the Asian population in the United States and discusses its distribution at both the national and subnational levels. It begins ... Indian and Alaska Native, Asian,
  8. Alaska - Federation for American Immigration Reform

    According to the Census Bureau the foreign-born population of Alaska was about 52,313 persons in 2012. This estimate meant a foreign-born population share of 7.2 percent.
  9. Alaska - Immigration in America

    Alaska Significance: Alaska saw considerable Russian immigration during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, but by the early twentieth century ...
  10. Asian Immigrant Population Alaska - Search

    Alaska Significance: Alaska saw considerable Russian immigration during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, but by the early twentieth century ...