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Perseverance named Nat'l Rec Trail

...front of the open pit, are the remains of a 30-stamp mill that was built in 1896 and later owned by the Alaska-Juneau Gold Mining Co. Toward the end of the main trail is a short steep hike to the "Staff House Ruins," where there is a great...

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Alaska Digest

...signed the bill Tuesday. Juneau sites make endangered list JUNEAU - The Alaska Governor's Mansion and the Alaska Juneau Gold Mining Co. Locomotive Repair Shop are among 10 historic sites identified by the Alaska Association for Historic Preservation...

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Juneau author recalls experiences

...powerhouse was completed in 1914. In Varni's day, it was run by Juneau Hydroelectric, a division of the Alaska-Juneau Gold Mining Co. Helicopters flew food, furniture and supplies into the powerhouse area. The powerhouse operators would...

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Kinky Character

...April 1932, "Kinky" became the sole support of his mother and sisters. He worked at various jobs for the Alaska Juneau Gold Mining Co. In 1939, he purchased the M.V. Forester, a former cannery tender, and took on towing, freighting and...

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City looks to restore mine buildings

...Historic Preservation grant from the Alaska Office of History and Archeology for restoration work on two former Alaska Juneau Gold Mining Co. buildings that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Public Works and Facilities Committee...

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This Day in History

...supply voyage to Navy wireless stations, was wrecked on Chichagof Island in Southeast Alaska. In 1934, the Alaska-Juneau Gold Mining Co. established a six-day work week and an increase of salaries by 35 cents a day, on top of a 50-cent increase...

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This Day in History

...collector of customs. He was Juneau's first mayor and also a U.S. District Judge. In 1914, the 40-stamp Alaska Juneau Gold Mining Co. pilot mill started crushing ore on the Juneau waterfront. In 1919, a $50,000 fire destroyed much of the...

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Community stomping ground

...instrumental in persuading the city of Juneau to purchase the bowl from A.J. Industries," the successor to the Alaska-Juneau Gold Mining Co. The city eventually bought the bowl in 1960 for $20,000. Around that time, Williams became chairman...

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History group attracts attention

...that honored the society for its preservation efforts in the compressor building and transformer house of the Alaska Juneau Gold Mining Co. Sentinel Island Lighthouse, another society project, received a grant of $18,000 to replace windows...

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This Day in History

...Collector of Customs. He was Juneau's first mayor and also a U.S. district judge. In 1914, the 40-stamp Alaska Juneau Gold Mining Co. pilot mill started crushing ore on the Juneau waterfront. In 1919, a $50,000 fire destroyed much of the...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/030703/loc_history.shtml
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