The Ancient Beringians split off from other Native American ancestors 20,000 years ago.
Though mocked by some at the time, the 1867 purchase of Alaska came to be regarded as a masterful deal.
Archaeologists have pinpointed the location of a little-known Japanese internment camp built in Alaska at the onset of World War II.
Marine archaeologists recently discovered what they believe are the wrecks of two 19th-century ships that formed part of a fleet sunk off Alaska’s northwestern coast nearly 150 years ago.
Look back at the 9.2-magnitude earthquake, the largest ever recorded in North America, which shook Alaska 50 years ago.
Look back at the 1925 life-or-death mission that inspired the annual Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.
In honor of the 55th anniversary of Alaska's admittance to the Union, take a look at some traditional Alaskan food.