In the summer of 1880 George Pilz sent Richard Harris and Joseph Juneau from Sitka to the Gastineau Channel to look for gold. They worked north from Cape Fanshaw to a point near Berners Bay.
...July 21, 1930, Jack Newman dedicated a monument to Mollie Walsh Bartlett in Skagway. It stands there to this day. Jack Marshall is a 32-year Alaska resident who has been in Juneau for 26 years. His parents, grandparents and great-grandparents...
...lot of wood. It's little wonder to me that the old pictures of Juneau show large areas of stumps around the town. Jack Marshall is a 32-year Alaska resident who has been in Juneau for 26 years. His parents, grandparents and great-grandparents...
...by Herb Hilscher2) When the Capital Came to Juneau by Ed L. Keithahn3) Fifty-sixth Congress, Sess. 1 Ch. 786. 19004) Sitka Chronology 19005) Gold Camp News by Robert DeArmond6) 1811-1911, April 2011, Juneau Empire by Jack Marshall
Zachariah Joshua Loussac was born in Pokrov, Russia in 1882. He went to college in Russia and while there studying engineering, he came under scrutiny for his interest in some of the more liberal literature of the time.
Who was William Healey Dall? A good question; few people in Alaska have heard of him. However, his name appears at least ten times on the map of Alaska. The answer to the question is, he was Alaska's first man of Science. He was born on Aug.
Growing up on a farm out in the middle of nowhere, outside of radio, about the only entertainment I received was stories told to me by my grandparents or my parents.
I'd like to share a piece of Southeast Alaska history, intertwined with a proud ship named after the first English village in America; it seemed especially interesting.
...and Larry Bauer, for providing space at the Mendenhall Mall; Ginny Martin for ideas about arranging the space, and Jack Marshall, who brought "Santa." In addition, I would like to thank the following kennel club members who volunteered their...
On Aug. 13, 1860 in Hope, Wisc., Harriet Matilda Smith was born; no one at the time could have known that this child would grow up and become a significant part of the early history of Southeast Alaska, in particular, the town of Skagway. On Feb.
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