Table 1. Southeast Alaska Native village population trends in relation to urban centers, household income, energy sources, and unemployment.

Community Population 2010
(% change since 2000)
HH Income 2009
(% change since 2000)
Main Electricity Source (Heat) % Unemployment (Poverty)
Angoon 459 (-19.8%) $25,753 (-13.8%) Diesel (oil) 12.9% (28.6%)
Hydaburg 376 (-1.6%) $35,651 (12.7%) Hydro with diesel (oil) 31.3% (24.0%)
Hoonah 760 (-11.6%) $52,360 (34.2%) Diesel (oil) 20.6% (5.7%)
Kake 557 (-21.5%) $36,163 (-8.8%) Diesel (oil) 24.8% (18.1%)
Klawock 755 (-11.6%) $44,024 (25.8%)) Hydro with diesel (oil) 15.6% (20.3%)
Klukwan 95 (-31.7) $28,163 (-8.3%) Diesel (oil) 44.8% (9.6%)
Saxman 411 (-4.6%) $48,190 (8.6%)) Hydro (oil) 25.6% (15.5%)
Sitka 8,881 (+0.5%) $61,007 (17.5%) Hydro (oil) 7.8% (6.7%)
Wrangell 2369 (+2.6%) $51,284 (18.6%) Hydro (oil) 8.5% (9.8%)
Yakutat 662 (-2.6%) $71,216 (51.3%) Diesel (oil) 9.2% (3.4%)
Juneau 31,275 (+1.8%) $79,178 (27.6%) Hydro (oil) 5.4% (6.7%)
Traditional village sites, now predominately non-Native
Regional urban center
Sources: U.S. Census 2010; http://www.city-data.com