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During the Eugenics Wars, the state was almost abandoned. In the purges that followed, several hundred offspring of Khan Noonien Singh's augmented followers secretly resettled areas like Alaska, Mars, Luna, and the Sahara Reclamation Zone, where life was hard enough to ensure few people asked probing questions. By the 2300s their descendants had completely rejoined the 'normal' human population, resulting in many Alaskans having Augment ancestry. (TNG novel: Infiltrator)
In the 23rd century, Starfleet maintained a base near the city of Juneau in Alaska. When the Cetacean Probe visited Earth in 2286, the base at Juneau was one of many across the planet to be disabled by the probe's transmissions. (TOS novelization: Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)
In 2335, William T. Riker, son of Betty and Kyle Riker, was born in Valdez, Alaska. Among his friends during his time in Alaska were Jackson Carter (TNG novel: A Rock and a Hard Place), Teller Conlon (TNG novel: Fortune's Light), and Lyrinda Halk. (TNG comic: "Thin Ice")
Locations in AlaskaEdit
List of AlaskansEdit
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|Geographical and cultural regions||Midwest • New England • Pacific Northwest • The South|