Governorate of New Irkutsk
Новоиркутская губерния
Governorate of Alaska
Timeline: Russian America

OTL equivalent: Denali and portions of Bethel, Fairbanks North Star, Kenai Peninsula, Kodiak Island, Lake and Peninsula, Matanuska-Susitna, and Yukon–Koyukuk.
Flag of New Irkutsk (Russian America)
Flag of New Irkutsk
Location of New Irkutsk (Russian America)
Location of New Irkutsk

В высшей степени (Russian)
("To the Greatest Heights")

Capital Minchuminsk
Largest city Furugelmsk
Other cities Ayditarodsk, Nenana, Tyonek
Russian (de facto)
  others Athabaskan, Finnish, Ukrainian
Eastern Orthodox
  others Baptists, Catholics, Lutherans
Ethnic groups
Russians and Ukrainians
  others Finns, Germans, Norwegians
Demonym New Irkutskian, Novoirkutyanin
Area 289,965 km² (254,788 кв. врс
Population 1,327,494 (2017 Census) 
Admission January 3, 1951
Time zone AKWST (UTC-10)
  summer AKWDT (UTC-9)
Abbreviations AK-NI, Н.И. (N.I.)

New Irkutsk (Russian: Новый Иркутск, Novy Irkutsk), officially known as the Governorate of New Irkutsk (Новоиркутская губерния, Novoirkutskaya guberniya), is a governorates located in northern Alaska.

The governorate was named after the Russian city Irkutsk (the historic center of the Russian-American Company prior to New Archangel), and the region as a whole was historically known as New Siberia prior to the 20th century.

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