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Juneau- This is the capital of Alaska. The only way to reach Juneau is by via air or sea. If you decide to bring a car, it must be put on a ferry first. Anchorage- In 2000 the estimated population was around 260,283. The current mayor is named Mark Begich. In the daytime during the summer months, temperatures are around 55 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Bethel- In 2004 the population was 5,595. This is one of the largest communities in western Alaska. This city is located in Bethel Census Area, Alaska. Wasilla- In 2000 the estimated population was 5,469. Thirty percent of the Wasilla workforce commutes to Anchorage, Alaska. This city was established in 1917. The town was incorporated in 1974. Many lakes such as Lake Lucille and Wasilla Lake surround Wasilla. Valdez- In 2000 the population was 4,036. This city is located in Valdez-Cordova Census Area, Alaska. This is a fishing port for sport fishing and commercial. In 1790 the port of Valdez was named after Don Salvador Fidalgo. Kenai- This city is named after Kenai Peninsula. The first major oil discovery was in 1957. This was at the Swanson River, 20 miles northeast of Kenai. In 2000 the population was 6,942.
Denali - This city was formed in 1990 in Alaska. The population was 1,893 in the year 2000. The total water area for this city is 0.19%. The average household size is 2.28 and 3.03 for a family. Seward- This city was named after the secretary of state William H. Seward. In 2000 the population was 2,830. This city is located in Kenai Peninsula Borough, Alaska. The median income for a household is $44,306. Haines- in the winter many people travel to Haines by ferry to avert traveling the Alcan Highway. In 2000 the population was 2,392. Many photographers come here to take pictures of eagles. Sitka- This is the fifth largest city in Alaska. The Tlingit Indians originally settled here. The waters here are known for the large population of humpback whales. In the year 2000 the population was 8,835.