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...now the Capitol, was laid in Juneau. In 1974, Construction of the Haul Road from Fairbanks to Prudhoe Bay, now the James Dalton Highway, began. Work was completed 154 days later. About 1,200 workers were employed north of the Yukon River...

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...30 Minnie Johnson of Juneau and James Dalton of Hoonah were married in a ceremony...JENSINE WINTHER, MINNIE JOHNSON, JAMES DALTON Weddings 080200 Comm 3 The Juneau...JENSINE WINTHER, MINNIE JOHNSON, JAMES DALTON 32° AP Video and News ...

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...self-employed. The couple will make their home in Seattle. Johnson, Dalton married June 30 Minnie Johnson of Juneau and James Dalton of Hoonah were married in a ceremony June 30 at PCC Hall in Hoonah. A reception followed at the hall. The bride is...

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This Day in History

...information about Alaska's climate. In 1974, construction of the Haul Road from Fairbanks to Prudhoe Bay, now the James Dalton Highway, began. Work was completed 154 days later. About 1,200 workers were employed north of the Yukon River...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/042908/sta_273334291.shtml
John C. Hawk

...survived by his wife, Ann Hawk; sons, Michael Young and his wife, Terra, Jacob Hawk, Joshua Hawk, Benjamin Hawk and James Dalton; daughters, Danielle Hawk and Victoria Voss; granddaughters, Karlee Young, Mackenzie Young and Autumn Young; grandsons...

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