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ⓘ Nenana, Alaska




Nenana, Alaska
                                     

ⓘ Nenana, Alaska

Nenana is a Home Rule City in the Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area of the Unorganized Borough in the Interior of the U.S. state of Alaska. Nenana developed as a Lower Tanana community at the confluence where the tributary Nenana River enters the Tanana. The population was 378 at the 2010 census, down from 402 in 2000.

Completed in 1923, the 700-foot length of 210 m memorial bridge mers was built over the Tanana river within the territorys railway project connecting anchorage and Fairbanks.

                                     
  • July 5, 2014 was an American politician from Alaska Donald Rose Wright was born in Nenana Alaska one of seven sons of Episcopal missionaries Arthur
  • broadcasting a religious format. Licensed to Nenana Alaska United States, the station serves the Alaska Interior area. The station is currently owned
  • the Yukon - Koyukuk borough of Alaska It is located near the confluence of the Tanana and Tolovana Rivers near Nenana Alaska Four buildings survive from
  • station 630 AM licensed to Nenana Alaska United States KIAM - FM, a radio station 91.9 FM licensed to North Nenana Alaska United States Kiam Building
  • KIAM - FM 91.9 FM is a radio station licensed to serve North Nenana Alaska The station is owned by Voice For Christ Ministries, Inc. It airs a Religious
  • Bentley on July 25, 1943 in St Mark s Church in Nenana Alaska Gordon was consecrated bishop of Alaska on 18 May 1948 in the Church of the Good Shepherd
  • south of Nenana and 75 miles 121 km southwest of Fairbanks. The Anderson townsite lies in between the Alaska Railroad mainline and the Nenana River, along
  • between her father s village in Nenana Alaska and her mother s home community in Michigan. Nenana located in Central Alaska has a large Native population
  • Security Division Nassau County School District - Florida Nenana City School District - Nenana Alaska Novi Community School District - Novi, Michigan

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