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Foodie culture in the capital

...Street. The building has had many incarnations over the past decades, and was even the site of Alaska's first territorial legislature. Rockwell, a bar and restaurant owned by Deb Barry and Erik Emert, has daily breakfast, lunch and dinner...

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This Day in History

Today In 1866, Charles E. Ingersoll, a member of the first Territorial Legislature, was born in Massachusetts. In 1949, a gold rush was on as reports arrived of pea-sized nuggets found on the Yukon River...

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This Day in History

In Alaska In 1880, Arthur G. Shoup, author of the women's suffrage bill in the first Territorial Legislature, was born in Idaho. In 1954, Elana France of Fairbanks won a drawing at the Seattle Boat Show. Her prize was an 18-foot-long...

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This Day in History

...hanged at Sitka for a murder committed on the Yukon. In 1913, Congress reduced the appropriation for the First Territorial Legislature to $46,260. Half the money was for legislators salaries. In 1973, voters went to the polls in a special...

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This Day in History

...newspaper The Alaska Citizen was established in Fairbanks. In 1913, Congress reduced the appropriation for the First Territorial Legislature to $46,260. Half the money was for legislators salaries. In 1973, voters went to the polls in a special...

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This Day in History

...1910, The Alaska Citizen was established in Fairbanks. In 1913, Congress reduced the appropriation for the First Territorial Legislature to $46,260. Half the money was for legislators' salaries. In 1973, voters went to the polls in a special...

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This Day in History

...the first Mount Marathon race was held in Seward. In 1913, the Alaska Pioneers' Home law, enacted by the First Territorial Legislature, became effective. In 1986, the Northwest Arctic Borough was officially dedicated. In the nation In 1776...

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This Day in History

...the first Mount Marathon race was held in Seward. In 1913, the Alaska Pioneers' Home law, enacted by the first territorial Legislature, became effective. In 1986, the Northwest Arctic Borough was officially dedicated. In the nation In 1776...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/070406/sta_20060704006.shtml
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Museum to host legislative centennial presentation

...Juneau and Douglas from 1913 to 1959.Alaska was organized as a territory in 1912, with voters electing the First Territorial Legislature that November. The Legislature met for the first time in 1913 - an event commemorated earlier this month...

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This Day in History

...the first Mt. Marathon race was held in Seward. In 1913, the Alaska Pioneers' Home law, enacted by the First Territorial Legislature, became effective. In 1986, the Northwest Arctic Borough was officially dedicated. In the nation In 1776...

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