1 edition of Alaska native population trends and vital statistics, 1950-1985 found in the catalog.
Alaska native population trends and vital statistics, 1950-1985
George William Rogers
1971 by Institute of Social, Economic and Government Research, University of Alaska in Fairbanks .
Written in English
|Statement||George W. Rogers.|
|Series||ISEGR research note -- Nov. 1971|
|LC Classifications||E78A3 R58|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19 p. --|
|Number of Pages||19|
The American Indian or Alaska Native population was 6,, in , growing by , (%) since The median size of the American Indian or Alaska Native population in U.S. counties was in In , the median age for this population was years, up from in - Million. Census Apportionment Counts. Ap More than a year after the Census began, the U.S. Census Bureau released the first results from the once-in-decade enumeration. The release includes resident populations as of April 1, for the states and the nation, the overseas populations, and the apportionment results for the states.
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Get this from a library. Alaska native population trends and vital statistics, [George William Rogers; University of Alaska (College). Institute. Alaska Native Population Trends and Vital Statistics, George W. Rogers. Institute of Social, Economic and Government Research University of Alaska Fairbanks, Alaska.
Institute Research Notes are non-thematic presentations of research data by institute staff or associates. Alaska Native Population Trends and Vital Statistics, Institute of Social, Economic and Government Research, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Research Note. 19 p. _____.
Alaska's economy in the 's in Alaska Public Policy: Current Problems and Issues. 4 ALASKA ECONOMIC TRENDS APRIL By EDDIE HUNSINGER and ERIC SANDBERG Alaskas Native Population 1 to I n u p i a t T l i n g i t-H a i d a Y u p i k A t h a b a s c a n U n a n g a n A l e u t u A l u i q S u g p i a q 1 1 19 70 19 90 2 0 20, 40, 60, 80, The Alaska Native population is aging, with the median age of Natives increasing from 17 in to 24 in Still, Alaska Natives are a young population as compared with other And if the migration trends of the s continue, the Native population in will be more concentrated in urban areas than it was in File Size: 2MB.
has been an overall mcrease m the population of the state. With good economic times Alaska's population increased fromm toina mcrease. Population Trends.
Alaska's population growth since World War II has been Impres SIve, as shown in Table 1 and FIgure 1. The period from the end. and change of the Alaska Native population is treated separately. INTRODUCTION The growth and distribution of Alaska's population both reflects and causes economic "Alaskan Native Population Trends and Vital Statistics, ," ISEGR Research Note, November 12Rogers, Ibid.
To commemorate American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month, the Census Bureau has compiled a list of statistics about this race group. Veterans Day Nov. Veterans Day originated as Armistice Day on Nov.
11,the first anniversary marking the end of World War I. The American Indian and Alaska Native Population: Census and Beyond Tim Harjo JDMBAMPP October 1, 1. Overview Census Questionnaire Comparison OMB definition of American Indian or Alaska Native (AIAN) Population Characteristics. Methods for the Alaska Population Estimates (Vintage ) AKDOL prepares annual total population estimates for areas including Alaska Native Village Statistical Areas (ANVSAs), Alaska Native Regional Corporations (ANRCs), and Alaska school districts.
including the Alaska Bureau of Vital Statistics. Page 5 of 6. Step 1: [ Alaska Population Overview: Estimates This publication includes analysis, tables, and figures for Alaska populations.
Population Estimates by Borough, Census Area, and Economic Region. Alaska Native alone population. Respondents who reported more than one tribe, such as Navajo and Pima, would also be included in the American Indian and Alaska Native alone population. The American Indian and Alaska Native alone population can be viewed as the minimum number of people The race categories included in the.
Health Analytics and Vital Records. The Department of Health and Social Services was the target of a cyberattack. One of the immediate actions was to take the Electronic Vital Records System (EVRS) offline on As of JEVRS has been brought back online.
The number of Eskimos: an Arctic enigma - Volume 16 Issue Arias E, Xu J, Jim MA. Period life tables for the non-Hispanic American Indian and Alaska Native population, Am J Public Health ;(Suppl 3):S9.
CrossRef external icon PubMed external icon; Cobb N, Espey D, King J. Health behaviors and risk factors among American Indians and Alaska Natives, Replication of 78 tables from the 2(c) Report by the Secretary of the Interior using census information provided data to document the social and economic changes in the status of Alaska Natives since the passage of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act.
Comparison of and data showed an average growth rate in the Native population over the decade, a. throughout Alaska and kills many Native people. As a result, many Native people accept vaccination. Smallpox, measles, chicken pox, and whooping-cough epidemics reduce the Unangan population. The British Hudsons Bay Company leases the Southeast Alaska.
Overview (Demographics): This racial group includes people having origins in any of the original peoples of North, South America, and Central America, who maintain tribal affiliation or community ofthere were an estimated million people who were classified as American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) alone or in combination with one or more other races.
The Alaska Historical Society. The Alaska A Guide to Alaskas Best History Books. Walnut Creek, CA: Hardscratch Press, 95 pp.ISBN Price: Editorial board members provide insightful synopses and capsule reviews of all 67 titles, making this book an essential reference for those interested in exploring Alaska.
American Indian Areas Alaska Native Village Statistical Areas Alaska Native Areas U. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Economics and Statistics Administration U. Census Bureau Prepared by Geography Division Percent of Population or more to to Less than American Indian or Alaska Native Alone or in Combination.
Furthermore, an analysis of Bureau of Vital Statistics death certificate data from to found that "Alaska Native males had one of the highest documented suicide rates in the world" (). Alaska Natives, in general, were more likely to commit suicide than non-Natives living in Alaska.
The Tlingit tolerated the disease but the Aleuts and Creoles lost about 10 percent of their population resulting in 57 deaths (Fortuine) Measles then spreads to Unalaska, Unga and the Alaska Peninsula killing hundreds when they would not accept medical attention (Fortuine) Epidemic similar to influenza found in.
This study compares mortality patterns for the Alaska Native population and the U. white population for and examines trends and life expectancy for an Alaska Native in was 46 years. 1 In response to this report, the U.
The State of Alaska Bureau of Vital Statistics. As ofAlaska has an estimated population ofInthe population of Alaska waswhich is an increase of 5, orfrom the prior year and an increase of 36, orsince the year This includes a natural increase since the last census of 36, people (53, births mi deaths) and an increase due to net migration of 1, people into the state.
Figure Ten largest American Indian tribes according to number of self-identified members, by tribe: 1 Latin American Indian refers to respondents listing any one of a number of Latin American tribes (e. the Maya or Yanomamo).
2 Iroquois is a language group which includes 6 federally recognized tribes in its confederacy. NOTE: "Alone" refers to respondents who selected American.
Report Public Health Emergencies: Call or after hours Resident population in Alaska Published by Statista Research Department, This statistic shows the resident population in Alaska from to.
The United States (US) Census in estimated the Alaskan Native population resident in Alaska to be roughlycomprising around 15 per cent of the states residents, and a significant segment of the rural population in particular. Indigenous peoples of Alaska include at least 20 language groups (some now spoken only by a handful of.
iv Status and Trends in the Education of American Indians and Alaska Natives: Highlights compared to the general population (65 per ,). (Indicator ) preprimary, Elementary, and Secondary Education During the 06 school year, some. American Indian and Alaska Native Areas, Census Part 1 and Part 2.
Summary social, economic, population, income and housing statistics Summary vital statistics data for all countries, and as well as mid-year estimates, World Population Trends. Historical and world population growth, A.
In the early spring of Alaska's population was approximat About half of those residents were Native Alaskans, members of indigenous groups who inhabited Alaska before it was. American IndianAlaska Native infants are times more likely than non-Hispanic white infants to die from accidental deaths before the age of one year.
American IndianAlaska Native infants are 50 percent more likely to die from complications related to low birthweight as compared to non-Hispanic white infants.
This brief summarizes data from Census on the American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) population and discusses its distribution at national, regional, and state levels. This information is intended for all levels of government to use in implementing and evaluating programs related to education, employment, health care, job training, civil rights, and housing.
3 Recent Health Trends in the Native American Population 5376; II Indentification: Indications and Consequences 7778; 4 The Growing American Indian Population, Beyond Demography 79; 5 Tribal Membership Requirements and the Demography of ; 6 Problems in Sampling the Native American and Alaska Native Populations.
24 ALASKA NATIVE HEALTH STATUS REPORT Leading Causes of Death Leading Causes of Death and Age-Adjusted Mortality Rates perby Population Group, Data Source: Alaska Division of Public Health, Alaska Health Analytics and Vital Records Section; Alaska. The first reliable statistics tabulated for Native Americans â are those forthe year in which the Bureau of the Census and Bureau of Indian Affairs made a concerted effort to report accurately the Indian population and the occurrence of vital eventsâ (Stuart,96).
The rate of TB disease in American Indians and Alaska Natives was cases perpopulation, which is over eight times higher than the rate of TB disease in non-Hispanic whites ( cases perpopulation).
Overall, 9, TB cases were reported to CDC from the 50 states and the District of Columbia in Alaska Diversity: Race Ethnicity by the Numbers YEAR Change Populationby RaceTotal Population, White21, AfricanAmerican or Bl 98, American Indian Alaska Native (AIAN)25, As 3, NativeHawaiian or Other Pacific Islander.
Today, Alaska's diverse Native peoples remain a strong presence in Alaska, comprising approximately 16 of the state's population. Rapid changes in communications, transportation, and other services to remote villages have dramatically changed Native life. The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of gave Natives rights to about 10 of.
million Native peoples in the United States. 4 Currently, the state with the largest Native population share is Alaska, with Oklahoma, New Mexico, South Dakota, and Montana rounding out the top five.
5 American Indians and Alaska Natives (AIAN or Native. Native American and Alaska Native-specific U.S. Census Sources The American Indian and Alaska Native Population: American Community Survey Selected Population Profile in the United States: American Indian and Alaska Native Alone.Currently, the state with the largest Native population share is Alaska, with Oklahoma, New Mexico, South Dakota, and Montana rounding out the top five.
American Indians and Alaska Natives (AIAN or Native peoples) have been undercounted for decades6 and roughly one quarter (26 percent) of Natives currently live in hard-to-count Census tracts.and Alaska Natives Introduction More than million people in the United States are American Indian or Alaska Native (AI/ AN), either alone or in combination with one or more other races.
From tothe AI/AN population grew 27 percent, increasing nearly three times faster than did the total population