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This Day in History

...an auction was held to sell 50-by-140-foot lots on the original 347-acre townsite for Anchorage. In 1919, James von der Heydt, who became a legislator and U.S. district judge in Alaska, was born in Montana. In 1923, President Warren...

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This Day in History

...1947, the merger of Skinner & Eddy Corp. and the Alaska Steamship Co. was announced. In 1975, U.S. District Judge James Von der Heydt banned large-scale timbercutting throughout Alaska. In the Nation In 1862, President Lincoln signed an act...

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This Day in History

...merger of Skinner and Eddy Corporation and the Alaska Steamship Company was announced. In 1975, U.S. District Judge James Von der Heydt banned large-scale timbercutting throughout Alaska. In the nation In 1892, President Lincoln signed an act...

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This Day in History

...the merger of Skinner and Eddy Corp. and the Alaska Steamship Co. was announced. In 1975, U.S. District Judge James Von der Heydt banned large-scale timber cutting throughout Alaska. In the nation In 1862, President Lincoln signed an...

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Letterman no joking matter for beleaguered conservatives

...to such marginalized minorities as Jews, blacks, Muslims and gays and that this validates people like accused shooter James von Brunn. I quoted a few examples. John's response: "Why no mention of David Letterman in the name of and license of...

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There's no expiration date on hate

...fire, fatally wounding security guard Stephen Johns. Other guards shot the intruder. Authorities say the shooter, James von Brunn, was an avowed racist and anti-Semite well known to the pustular netherworld of white supremacy and to those...

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This Day in History

...saloons in the territory of Alaska closed their doors at midnight under a new Alaska law. In 1975, U.S. District Judge James Von der Heydt banned large-scale timber cutting throughout Alaska.

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