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...Committee for Hawaiian Statehood held its first meeting. Licensing of fish traps was banned in Alaska. In 1968, Benjamin Strong, the first Anchorage police officer to be slain on duty, died of a single bullet wound inflicted while trying to...

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...Committee for Hawaiian Statehood held its first meeting. Licensing of fish traps was banned in Alaska. In 1968, Benjamin Strong, the first Anchorage police officer to be slain while on duty, died of a single bullet wound inflicted while trying...

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...Committee for Hawaiian Statehood held its first meeting. Licensing of fish traps was banned in Alaska. In 1968, Benjamin Strong, the first Anchorage police officer to be slain while on duty, died of a single bullet wound inflicted while trying...

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...for Hawaiian Statehood held its first meeting. In 1959, licensing of fish traps was banned in Alaska. In 1968, Benjamin Strong, the first Anchorage police officer to be slain while on duty, died of a single bullet wound inflicted while trying...

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...Committee for Hawaiian Statehood held its first meeting. Licensing of fish traps was banned in Alaska. In 1968, Benjamin Strong, the first Anchorage police officer to be slain while on duty, died of a single bullet wound inflicted while trying...

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