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United States Census Alaska Native Village Statistical Areas 2022

U.S. Census Bureau
  • Added 14 Sep 2022

United States Census Block Groups 2022

Alaska Native Village Statistical Areas (ANVSAs) represent the more densely settled portion of Alaska Native villages (ANVs). The ANVs constitute associations, bands, clans, communities, groups, tribes, or villages recognized pursuant to the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1972 (Public Law 92-203). Because ANVs do not have boundaries that are easy to locate, the Census Bureau does not delimit ANVs. Instead, the Census Bureau presents statistical data for ANVSAs that represent the settled portion of ANVs. In addition, each ANVSA should include only an area where Alaska Natives, especially members of the defining ANV, represent a substantial proportion of the population during at least one season of the year. ANVSAs are delineated or reviewed by officials of the ANV or, if no ANV official chose to participate in the delineation process, officials of the Alaska Native Regional Corporation (ANRC) in which the ANV is located. An ANVSA may not overlap the boundary of another ANVSA, an American Indian reservation, or a tribal designated statistical area (TDSA), which are not permitted in Alaska.

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CategoryCensus & Statistics
Tagscensus
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RegionsAlaska

Technical Details

Layer ID 110439
Data type Vector multipolygon
Feature count 221
Attributes AIANNH, FSRFLG, AIANNHNS, AREALAND, ALANDHIST, AREAWATER, AWATERHIST, AIANNHCC, EFFDATE, ESTABDATE, FUNCSTAT, GCFLG, GEOID, LSADC, MTFCC, BASENAME, NAME, OID, AIANNHCOMP, STATEFP1, STATEFP2, STATEFP3, UR, VINTAGE, AIANNHFP1, AIANNHFP2, AIANNHFP3, HU100, POP100, CENTLAT, CENTLON, INTPTLAT, INTPTLON, AREA, LEN
Services Vector Query API, Web Feature Service (WFS)

History

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Added 14 Sep 2022 ago
Last checked 14 Sep 2022 ago
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