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Historical photo: Hunting party

...his death in 1939. He was an active sportsman and member of the Juneau Shotgun Club. McNaughton served on the Juneau City Council and the School Board. He and members of his family owned houses at 229 5th Street, just above the Rainbow Foods...

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...Alaska's first voting representative, was born. He served in the U.S. House from 1959 until 1966. In 1933, the Juneau City Council decided to switch to Daylight Savings Time for the first time since World War I. In 1963, two Swedish pilots completed...

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...credited with co-discovering gold in Alaska's present capital, was born in Quebec, Canada. In 1935, the Juneau City Council voted to change the name of Lower Front Street to South Franklin Street. In 1937, Hazen Bay National Wildlife...

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...credited with co-discovering gold in Alaska's present capital, was born in Quebec, Canada. In 1935, the Juneau City Council voted to change the name of Lower Front Street to South Franklin Street. In 1937, Hazen Bay National Wildlife...

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In Alaska Sound off on the important issues at In 1935, the Juneau City Council voted to change the name of Lower Front Street to South Franklin Street. In 1937, Hazen Bay National Wildlife Refuge was established...

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This Day in History

In Alaska Sound off on the important issues at In 1935, the Juneau City Council voted to change the name of Lower Front Street to South Franklin Street. In 1937, Hazen Bay National Wildlife Refuge was established...

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In Alaska, in the Nation and the World Sound off on the important issues at In Alaska In 1932, the Juneau City Council voted to issue a warning to all steamship companies that stowaways will not be allowed to land. In 1959, U.S...

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In Alaska In 1932, the Juneau City Council voted to issue a warning to all steamship companies that stowaways will not be allowed to land. In 1959, U.S. Secretary of...

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This Day in History

...credited with co-discovering gold in Alaska's present capital, was born in Quebec, Canada. In 1935, the Juneau City Council voted to change the name of Lower Front Street to South Franklin Street. In 1937, Hazen Bay National Wildlife...

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My turn: Who wasn't surprised by the Cascade Point Issue?

...and Haida Central Council and councilman for Juneau Alaska Native Brotherhood Camp 2. He also served on the last Juneau City Council and the first Assembly of Juneau.

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