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Today In 1898, a discovery claim was staked on Anvil Creek, touching off the Nome Gold Rush. In 1959, David L. Luce, a California official, was named administrative director of the...

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In Alaska In 1898, the Discovery claim was staked on Anvil Creek, touching off the Nome Gold Rush. In 1959, David L. Luce, a California official, was named administrative director of the...

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In Alaska Sound off on the important issues at In 1898, the Discovery claim was staked on Anvil Creek, touching off the Nome Gold Rush. In 1959, David L. Luce, a California official, was named administrative director of the...

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...The town's name was changed to Juneau in December of 1881. In 1898, the Cape Nome Mining District was organized at Anvil Creek. In 1946, the first mass air movement of Naval dependents to Alaska, nicknamed the "Baby Special," took 11 Navy...

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...The town's name was changed to Juneau in December of 1881. In 1898, the Cape Nome Mining District was organized at Anvil Creek. In 1946, the first mass air movement of Naval dependents to Alaska, nicknamed the "Baby Special," took 11 Navy...

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...The town's name was changed to Juneau in December 1881. In 1898, the Cape Nome Mining District was organized at Anvil Creek. In 1946, the first mass air movement of Naval dependents to Alaska, nicknamed the "Baby Special," took 11 Navy...

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In Alaska In 1935, William Monroe, Klondike gold rusher and builder of a railroad from Nome to Anvil Creek, died at the age of 94. (He also was the founder of the city of Monrovia in California.) In 1967, 157 technicians and clerks...

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The guv wasn't a major - or citizen

...Two years later, the restless man shipped his machinery and type down the Yukon River to Nome upon hearing of the Anvil Creek strike. The first issue of The Nome News appeared Oct. 9, 1899. Strong seems to have taken over The Nome Nugget...

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In Alaska In 1898, the Discovery claim was staked on Anvil Creek, touching off the Nome Gold Rush. In the nation In 1776, Nathan Hale was hanged as a spy by the British during the Revolutionary...

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In Alaska In 1935, William Monroe, Klondike gold rusher and builder of a railroad from Nome to Anvil Creek, died at the age of 94. (He was also the founder of the city of Monrovia in California.) In 1967, one hundred and fifty-seven...

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