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In Alaska In 1905, Roald Amundsen, en route through the Northwest Passage, reached Eagle from Herschel Island. He left his ship, the Gjoa, in frozen ice and sledded to Eagle to telegraph his crossing. In 1914, the Juneau Public Library...

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...on the important issues at In 1905, Roald Amundsen, en route through the Northwest Passage, reached Eagle from Herschel Island. He left his ship, the Gjoa in frozen ice and sledded to Eagle to telegraph his crossing. In 1914, the Juneau...

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Cannibalism among stressed polar bears?

...while following bear footprints on sea ice near Herschel Island, Yukon Territory, scientists discovered the partially...the remains of a yearling male 78 miles northwest of Herschel Island. They determined the yearling had been lying on a...

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This Day in History

In Alaska In 1905, Roald Amundsen, en route through the Northwest Passage, reached Eagle from Herschel Island. He left his ship, the Gjoa, in frozen ice and sledded to Eagle to telegraph his crossing. In 1914, the Juneau Public Library...

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This Day in History

In Alaska In 1905, Roald Amundsen, traveling through the Northwest Passage, reached Eagle from Herschel Island. He left his ship, the Gjoa, in frozen ice and sledded to Eagle to telegraph his crossing. In 1914, the Juneau Public Library...

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This Day in History

In Alaska In 1905, Roald Amundsen, en route through the Northwest Passage, reached Eagle from Herschel Island. He left his ship, the Gjoa in frozen ice and sledded to Eagle to telegraph his crossing. In 1914, the Juneau Public Library...

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This Day in History

...on the important issues at In 1905, Roald Amundsen, en route through the Northwest Passage, reached Eagle from Herschel Island. He left his ship, the Gjoa, in ice and sledded to Eagle to telegraph his crossing. In 1914, the Juneau Public...

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...Tuktoyaktuk, a small village above the timber line, where they can dip their toes in the Arctic Ocean, or northwest to Herschel Island, an extremely remote Yukon park where adventurers are on their own. Spare no expense on tires The all-gravel Dempster...

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...Nation and the World In Alaska In 1905, Roald Amundsen, en route through the Northwest Passage, reached Eagle from Herschel Island. He left his ship, the Gjoa, in frozen ice and sledded to Eagle to telegraph his crossing. In 1914, the Juneau...

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