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Only 25 to 50 permanent residents live in this community on Alaska’s North Slope, hard by the Arctic Ocean. But because it’s a jumping-off point for oil workers and tourists, the population can sometimes swell as high as 3,000. The town is believed to have gotten its name from the Dead Horse Haulers Trucking company, which used to make runs to the settlement in the 1960s and '70s.
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