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...was Alaska's tallest flag pole. In 1960, for the second time in half a century, volcanic activity at Mount Katmai National Monument on the Alaska Peninsula showered ash as far as a hundred miles away. In the nation In 1787, inventor John Fitch...

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...monks from the Russian Orthodox Church reached Kodiak, founding their faith in North America. In 1917, the Katmai National Monument, in Southwestern Alaska, was established with a proclamation by President Woodrow Wilson. In 1924, a fire...

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...monks from the Russian Orthodox Church reached Kodiak, founding their faith in North America. In 1917, the Katmai National Monument, in Southwestern Alaska, was established with a proclamation by President Woodrow Wilson. In 1924, a fire...

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...Anchorage. Gov. Willaim A. Egan had surgery for removal of a gall stone. In 1961, Mount Trident - in the Katmai National Monument in the Alaska Peninsula - erupted, sending a column of smoke and ash nearly 20,000 feet into the air. In...

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...was Alaska's tallest flag pole. In 1960, for the second time in half a century, volcanic activity at Mount Katmai National Monument on the Alaska Peninsula showered ash as far as 100 miles away. In the nation In 1787, inventor John Fitch demonstrated...

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...sold out in Anchorage. Gov. Egan had surgery for removal of a gall stone. In 1961, Mount Trident - in the Katmai National Monument in the Alaska Peninsula - erupted, sending a column of smoke and ash nearly 20,000 feet into the air. In...

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...in Anchorage. In 1959, Gov. Egan had surgery for removal of a gall stone. In 1961, Mount Trident - in the Katmai National Monument in the Alaska Peninsula - erupted, sending a column of smoke and ash nearly 20,000 feet into the air. In...

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...appointed U.S. marshal for Alaska, the second man to hold the office. In 1959, the name of Knife Peak in the Katmai National Monument was changed to Mount Griggs in honor of the leader of six National Geographic Society expeditions to the area...

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...appointed U.S. Marshall for Alaska, the second man to hold the office. In 1959, the name of Knife Peak in the Katmai National Monument was changed to Mount Griggs in honor of the leader of six National Geographic Society expeditions to the area...

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...1922, Jay Hammond, Alaska's governor from 1974 to 1982, was born. In 1959, the name of Knife Peak in the Katmai National Monument was changed to Mount Griggs in honor of the leader of six National Geographic Society expeditions to the area...

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