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The population of Anvik is approximately 109 (2000), 85 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 47 (1990), 33 (2010).

The amount of land area in Anvik is 28.909 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 6.841 sq kilometers.
The distance from Anvik to Washington DC is 4139 miles. The distance to the Alaska state capital is 1014 miles. (as the crow flies)
Anvik is positioned 62.65 degrees north of the equator and 160.20 degrees west of the prime meridian.

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Anvik location: in the Alaskan interior about 34 miles north of Holy Cross. It is on the Anvik River, west of the Yukon River. The river remains frozen most of the time between November and May.

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Climate & Weather

The climate for Anvik is cold and continental. Winters here are quite cold with temperatures going as low as -60 degrees. Summer temperatures get up in the high 80's.
Anvik average annual precipitation is 21 inches per year.
Anvik average annual snowfall is 110 inches per year.
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Anvik history:

In the past, Anvik has also been knokwn as American Station, Anvic, Anvick, Anvig, Anvig Station and Anwig. It has traditionally been an Inglik Indian Village. The original village was northeast of here on the other side of the river. When an Episcopal mission and school were established in 1887, the residents began to move to that area. A post office was opened in 1897. The village was hard hit during the Influenze epidemic of 1918-19. The mission began to take in many of the orphans left when their parents died of the illness. Local people made income as best they could with contracts to cut wood for the sternwheelers coming up the river. Others sold supplies to the traders. Ski planes began to arrive in the 1930's to aid transportation in the area.
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