Pade approximants by George A. Baker Jr, Peter Graves-Morris

By George A. Baker Jr, Peter Graves-Morris

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Politically there were advances as well. In 1906, Alaskans were allowed to elect a nonvoting delegate to Congress for the first time. Congress granted territorial status to the region in 1912, and the first statehood bill was introduced in Congress four years later. Mineral production declined sharply after 1914. Population declined too, and conditions remained depressed through the 1920s, although gold mining was helped by a rise in gold prices in 1934. World War II (1939–45) provided the next great economic impetus for Alaska; the Aleutian campaign that followed the Japanese invasion of the islands, though not as pivotal as the combat in other areas of the Pacific, did show American policymakers that Alaska’s geography was in itself an important resource.

The 110-mile-long (177-km-long) White Pass and Yukon Railway (WP&YRR), originally constructed during the Klondike Gold Rush and completed in 1900, constituted the key link between tidewater at Skagway, the Yukon River, and the gold fields. Today, this line runs as a summer-only tourist attraction and provides service between Skagway and Fraser, British Columbia. Shortly after the turn of the century, the Guggenheims financed the construction of the Copper River & Northwestern Railway, which connected Cordova and McCarthy to service the Kennicott Copper Mining Company.

In 2002 Alaska’s US Representative, Republican Don Young, was reelected. In presidential elections since 1968, Alaskans have voted Republican nine consecutive times. Alaskans gave George W. Bush 59% of the vote in 2000, while Al Gore received 28% and Green Party candidate Ralph Nader garnered 10%. The state had three electoral votes in the 2000 presidential election. Alaska’s state legislature in 2002 consisted of six Democrats and 14 Republicans in the senate, and 13 Democrats and 27 Republicans in the house.

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