The worlds largest Tsunami wave occurs in Lituya Bay, Alaska.
Alaska becomes the 49th state in the United States
Tundra Times newspaper is established to represent Native views.
An earthquake occurs in Prince William Sound that eventually causes a Tsunami.
A Tsunami is caused by the Good Friday earthquake in 1964.
North Slope oil ease brings in $900 million in profit.
The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act is set up to give natives their rightful land.
Corporations are established to have someone manage the money brought in by ANCSA.
The building of the Prudhoe Bay pipeline begins.
Tobeluk v Lind case begins over native school rights.
The Permanent Fund Dividend is set up for Alaskans.
The Alaska Native Interests Land Conservation Act is set up to protect native lands.
The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is set up to protect Alaska wildlife.
Alaska moves to standard time.
Alaska purchases the AK railroad from the federal government.
A ship carrying a massive amount of oil hit a reef and caused a major oil spill.
Over one million visitors come to AK.
A massive Oil spill occurs in Prudhoe bay.
A Earthquake hits SouthWest Alaska.