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In Alaska Sound off on the important issues at In 1913, Gov. Walter Clark signed the first law of the first Alaska Legislature, providing for women's suffrage. In 1969, the city of Fairbanks was named an "All-American City" by...

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My Turn: Ex-commissioners: Avoid a tragic loss for all Alaskans

...non-renewable resources, and provides appropriate checks and balances in development decisions. When the first Alaska Legislature passed statutes that define the basic responsibilities of state agencies, it agreed that habitat protection...

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This Day in History

In Alaska In 1913, Gov. Walter E. Clark signed the first law of the first Alaska Legislature, providing for Women's Suffrage. In 1969, Fairbanks was named an All-American City by editors of Look Magazine and the National...

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This Day in History

In Alaska In 1913, Gov. Walter E. Clark signed the first law of the first Alaska Legislature, providing for Women's Suffrage. In 1969, the city of Fairbanks was named an All-American City by editors of Look Magazine...

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This Day in History

In Alaska In 1913, Governor Walter E. Clark signed the first law of the first Alaska Legislature, providing for women's suffrage . In 1969, the city of Fairbanks was named an All-American City by editors of Look Magazine...

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This Day in History

In Alaska Sound off on the important issues at In 1913, Gov. Walter E. Clark signed the first law of the first Alaska Legislature, providing for women's suffrage. In 1969, the city of Fairbanks was named an All-American City by editors...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/032106/sta_20060321020.shtml
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New Capitol annex to be named after late Judge Stewart

...a member of the Territorial House of Representatives from Juneau, and then served as a state senator in the first Alaska Legislature following statehood. He was best known as a highly respected Superior Court judge, but had earlier been a driving...

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Freeman contributed much through the Legislature as well as his outboard shop

...state had surplus revenue, Freeman's appropriations righted the wrong, in one case twice. He served in the first Alaska Legislature in 1959-61 in which he and another Ketchikan representative, the late Ray Roady, sponsored the legislation...

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This Day in History

...Wrangell erupted with flames and smoke that could be seen for many miles. In 1959, the initial session of the first Alaska Legislature adjourned. Russia considered negotiations to land jets at Elmendorf Air Force Base, near Anchorage. Unification...

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This Day in History

...1917, the Canadian steamer Prince John was wrecked in Wrangell Narrows but was later salvaged. In 1959, the first Alaska Legislature convened in Juneau. In 1974, KTOO-FM, Alaska's first non-commercial, listener-supported radio station...

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