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...bill requiring a maximum 8-hour day on all work for the Territory of Alaska. In 1959, U.S. Interior Secretary Fred Seaton closed Bristol Bay to commercial fishing to provide for adequate escapement. In 1959, the Detroit '59'ers. traveling...

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...bill requiring a maximum 8-hour day on all work for the Territory of Alaska. In 1959, U.S. Interior Secretary Fred Seaton closed Bristol Bay to commercial fishing to provide for adequate escapement. In 1959, the Detroit '59'ers , traveling...

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...to all steamship companies that stowaways will not be allowed to land. In 1959, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Fred Seaton gave Alaska final clearance to begin selecting large chunks of federal land as one of the benefits of statehood. In...

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...territorial governor of Alaska, appointed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. In 1960, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Fred Seaton established three national wildlife reserves in Alaska: The Arctic National Wildlife Range (9 million acres in the...

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...introduced a bill requiring a maximum eight-hour day for all work for Alaska. In 1959, U.S. Interior Secretary Fred Seaton closed Bristol Bay to commercial fishing to provide for adequate escapement. The Detroit '59ers, travelling from...

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...governor of Alaska. He was appointed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. In 1960, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Fred Seaton established three national wildlife reserves in Alaska: The Arctic National Wildlife Range (9 million acres in the...

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...territorial governor of Alaska, appointed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. In 1960, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Fred Seaton established three national wildlife reserves in Alaska: The Arctic National Wildlife Range (9 million acres in the...

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...territorial governor of Alaska, appointed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. In 1960, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Fred Seaton established three national wildlife reserves in Alaska: The Arctic National Wildlife Range (9 million acres in the...

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...requiring a maximum eight-hour day on all work for the Territory of Alaska. In 1959, U.S. Interior Secretary Fred Seaton closed Bristol Bay to commercial fishing to provide for adequate salmon escapement. In the nation In 1868, the impeachment...

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...to all steamship companies that stowaways will not be allowed to land. In 1959, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Fred Seaton gave Alaska final clearance to begin selecting large chunks of federal land as one of the benefits of statehood. In...

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