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...attempts were made to shoot it down. In 1959, Gov. Bill Egan was released from a Seattle hospital following gallbladder surgery. In 1969, Arctic explorer Bernt Balchin predicted that the Arctic ice pack was thinning and may become open sea...

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...week due to an influenza epidemic. In 1959, Gov. William Egan resumed his duties in the aftermath of emergency gallbladder surgery. In 1971, a bill authorizing the sale of the state ferry Wickersham was sent to Governor William Egan. In the...

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...nearly 100 percent of the villagers. In 1959, Gov. William Egan resumed his duties in the aftermath of emergency gallbladder surgery. In 1971, a bill authorizing the sale of the state ferry Wickersham was sent to Gov. William Egan. In the nation...

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...shoot it down. In 1959, Governor Bill Egan was released from a Seattle hospital following life-threatening gallbladder surgery. In 1969, Arctic explorer Bernt Balchin predicted that the Arctic Ice Pack was thinning and may become open sea...

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This Day in History

...to shoot it down. In 1959, Gov. Bill Egan was released from a Seattle hospital following life-threatening gallbladder surgery. In 1969, Arctic explorer Bernt Balchin predicted that the Arctic Ice Pack was thinning and may become open sea...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/022508/sta_250859559.shtml
This Day in History

...Hall, a Nome landmark, was destroyed by fire. In 1959, Gov. Bill Egan arrived back in Juneau after emergency gallbladder surgery in Seattle. He had been hospitalized within hours of his inauguration. In 1969, a planned avalanche bowled over...

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