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In Alaska Sound off on the important issues at In 1913, John F. A. Strong, an Alaska newspaperman, was appointed the second governor of the territory by President Woodrow Wilson. He was also the eighth...

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In Alaska In 1915, the $10 wolf bounty, passed by the Legislature, was approved by Gov. John F. A. Strong. In 1918, the first Daylight Savings law went into effect and clocks were set ahead one hour. In 1959, the City of Spenard...

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In Alaska In 1915, the $10 wolf bounty, passed by the Legislature, was approved by Governor John F. A. Strong. In 1918, the first Daylight Savings law went into effect and clocks were set ahead one hour. In 1959, the City of Spenard...

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This Day in History

In Alaska In 1915, the $10 wolf bounty, passed by the Legislature, was approved by Gov. John F. A. Strong. In 1918, the first daylight savings law went into effect and clocks were set ahead one hour. In 1959, the city of Spenard...

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...In Alaska In 1778, Captain James Cook sighted and named Cape Elizabeth at the entrance to Cook Inlet. In 1913, John F.A. Strong took office in Juneau as the second governor of the territory of Alaska. In 1971, the ferry Malaspina, responding...

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This Day in History

...off on the important issues at In 1915, the $10 wolf bounty, passed by the Legislature, was approved by Gov. John F. A. Strong. In 1918, the first Daylight Savings law went into effect and clocks were set ahead one hour. In 1959, the city...

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...the important issues at In 1778, Capt. James Cook named Cape Elizabeth at the entrance to Cook Inlet. In 1913, John F.A. Strong took office in Juneau as the second governor of the Territory of Alaska. In the nation In 1832, the first Democratic...

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...became the Fairbanks Daily Times in 1906. In 1910, the weekly newspaper, The Iditarod Nugget, was established by John F.A. Strong. Strong became Alaska's eighth governor in 1913. In 1941, the U.S. Army activated a post in Nome with nine...

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This Day in History

...became the Fairbanks Daily Times in 1906. In 1910, the weekly newspaper, The Iditarod Nugget, was established by John F.A. Strong. He became Alaska's eighth governor in 1913. In 1941, the U.S. Army activated a post in Nome with nine officers...

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...of the Yukon, with the first shipment of Yukon gold. In 1913, William Maloney of Nome was appointed by Governor John F. A. Strong as the first territorial mine inspector. In 1917, the Right Reverend Raphael Joseph Crimont was consecrated Bishop...

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