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...1900, the steamer Walcott, a former revenue cutter, was wrecked in Shelikof Strait (north of Kodiak). In 1959, Japan Air Lines made its test Tokyo-Seattle run, stopping over - for refueling only - in Anchorage. In 1969, a Fairbanks group...

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This Day in History

...Building, burned to the ground. In 1900, the steamer Walcott wrecked in Shelikof Strait north of Kodiak. In 1959, Japan Air Lines made its test Tokyo-Seattle run, stopping over - for refueling only - in Anchorage. In 1979, cleanup efforts...

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This Day in History

...1900, the steamer Walcott, a former Revenue Cutter, was wrecked in Shelikof Strait (north of Kodiak). In 1959, Japan Air Lines made its test Tokyo-Seattle run, stopping over - for refueling only - in Anchorage. In 1969, a Fairbanks group...

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This Day in History

...1900, the steamer Walcott, a former Revenue Cutter, was wrecked in Shelikof Strait (north of Kodiak). In 1959, Japan Air Lines made its test Tokyo-Seattle run, stopping over - for refueling only - in Anchorage. In 1969, a Fairbanks group...

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This Day in History

...1988. ? In 1975, Ham omelets cooked in Anchorage were blamed for causing food poisoning of 140 passengers on a Japan Air Lines 747. ? In 1985, The Attu battlegrounds and airfields were designated as national historic landmarks. In the nation...

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This Day in History

...by 1988. In 1975, ham omelets cooked in Anchorage were blamed for causing food poisoning of 140 passengers on a Japan Air Lines 747. In 1985, the Attu battlegrounds and airfields were designated as national historic landmarks. In the nation...

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This Day in History

...combat ground troops left Vietnam. In 1985, the world's worst single-aircraft disaster occurred as a crippled Japan Air Lines Boeing 747 on a domestic flight crashed into a mountain, killing 520 people. In 1998, Swiss banks agreed to pay...

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Northwest Digest

...Convention and Visitor's Bureau. The plane's 291 passengers who arrived Wednesday morning included the president of Japan Air Lines and his wife. They will spend four nights in the Fairbanks area and leave on another JAL flight Sunday morning...

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This Day in History

...the steamer Walcott, a former Revenue cutter, was wrecked in Shelikof Strait (north of Kodiak). ? In 1959, Japan Air Lines made its test Tokyo-Seattle run, stopping over - for refueling only - in Anchorage. ? In 1969, a Fairbanks group...

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This Day in History

...1988. ? In 1975, ham omelets cooked in Anchorage were blamed for causing food poisoning for 140 passengers on a Japan Air Lines 747. ? In 1985, the Attu battlegrounds and airfields were designated as national historic landmarks. In the nation...

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