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...the Wrangell Institute, a boarding school for Alaska Natives, opened its doors. In 1939, Fairbanks radio station KFAR-AM went on the air for the first time as America's farthest north commercial radio station. In 1950, the Alaska Womens...

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This Day in History

...the Wrangell Institute, a boarding school for Alaska Natives, opened its doors. In 1939, Fairbanks radio station KFAR-AM went on the air for the first time as America's northernmost commercial radio station. In 1950, the Alaska Womens...

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...finally discovered in mid-February the next year. In 1939, for the first time, three women appeared as a team on KFAR-AM, Fairbanks' weekly radio quiz, "On The Spot." In 1940, a Pan American DC3 left Seattle for Juneau, taking over...

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This Day in History

...finally discovered in mid-February the next year. In 1939, for the first time, three women appeared as a team on KFAR-AM, Fairbanks' weekly radio quiz, "On The Spot." In 1940, a Pan American DC3 left Seattle for Juneau, taking over...

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This Day in History

...finally discovered in mid-February the next year. In 1939, for the first time, three women appeared as a team on KFAR-AM, Fairbanks' weekly radio quiz, "On The Spot." In 1940, a Pan American DC3 left Seattle for Juneau, taking over...

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This Day in History

...finally discovered in mid-February the next year. In 1939, for the first time, three women appeared as a team on KFAR-AM, Fairbanks' weekly radio quiz, "On The Spot." In 1940, a Pan American DC3 left Seattle for Juneau, taking over...

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This Day in History

...first time, three women appeared as a team on Fairbanks' weekly radio quiz, "On The Spot," which was broadcast on KFAR-AM, In 1940, a Pan American DC3 left Seattle for Juneau, taking over the route from "flying boats." In 1959, seven...

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This Day in History

...the Wrangell Institute, a boarding school for Alaska Natives, opened its doors. In 1939, Fairbanks radio station KFAR-AM went on the air for the first time as America's farthest-north commercial radio station. In 1950, the Alaska Womens...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/100108/sta_338964472.shtml
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