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Unhappy with Empire's statehood story omission

...Alaska's first lieutenant governor, Hugh Wade, submitted a recollection of the...5, along with a photograph of Hugh Wade signing a proclamation. The Juneau...nobody at the Empire realize that Hugh Wade served as our new state's acting...

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1964 Sitka ANB Gold Medal Basketball Champions

...on a Mt. Edgecumbe High School team that challenged for the state championship against Fairbanks.Secretary of State Hugh Wade - Was a huge basketball fan and one of the Gold Medal Basketball Tournament's biggest supporters.Gerry Helland - A...

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This Day in History

...convened to consider Social Security Legislation and to create the Department of Public Welfare. In 1959, acting Gov. Hugh Wade signed into law the bill creating the Alaska Supreme Court and the Superior Court system. The Detroit '59'ers, on...

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This Day in History

...convened to consider Social Security legislation and to create the Department of Public Welfare. In 1959, acting Governor Hugh Wade signed into law the bill creating the Alaska Supreme Court and the Superior Court System. In 1985, Libby Riddles of...

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This Day in History

...convened to consider Social Security Legislation and to create the Department of Public Welfare. In 1959, acting Gov. Hugh Wade signed into law the bill creating the Supreme Court and the Superior Court System. In 1985, Libby Riddles of Teller...

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This Day in History

...Alaska Territorial House, prohibiting the manufacture or sale of intoxicating liquor in Alaska. In 1959, acting Governor Hugh Wade reluctantly signed the pay bill, giving legislators an annual salary of $3,000, plus $40 a day during session for...

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This Day in History

...Alaska Territorial House, prohibiting the manufacture or sale of intoxicating liquor in Alaska. In 1959, acting Governor Hugh Wade reluctantly signed the pay bill, giving legislators an annual salary of $3,000, plus $40 a day during session for...

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This Day in History

...Alaska Territorial House, prohibiting the manufacture or sale of intoxicating liquor in Alaska. In 1959, acting Gov. Hugh Wade reluctantly signed the pay bill, giving legislators an annual salary of $3,000, plus $40 a day during session for...

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This Day in History

...Relations Board ruled against the CIO Longshoreman's Union in a dispute with the Juneau Spruce Corp. In 1959, acting Gov. Hugh Wade signed into law a bill creating 12 departments within the executive branch of Alaska government, such as the Department...

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This Day in History

...President Franklin D. Roosevelt that $23 was raised in the fight against infantile paralysis. In 1959, acting Gov. Hugh Wade reluctantly signed the pay bill, giving legislators an annual salary of $3,000, plus $40 a day during session for...

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