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...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 National Convention got under way, in Baltimore...

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In Alaska In 1834, Alfred P. Swineford, Alaska's second governor, was born in Ohio. In 1871, A 32-ship whaling fleet from New England was abandoned at Wainwright Inlet when ice cut it off...

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In Alaska In 1885, Alfred P. Swineford took office as the second governor of the District of Alaska. In 1913, Cordova residents formed the Alaska Good Roads Club with the goal of promoting a road from...

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...Navy shelled the Southeast Alaska community of Angoon. In 1909, Alfred P. Swineford, who had been Alaska's second governor, died in Juneau. In 1973, the Carlanna Lake Dam ruptured, causing an estimated $2.2 million in water damage...

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...Navy shelled the Southeast Alaska community of Angoon. In 1909, Alfred P. Swineford, who had been Alaska's second governor, died in Juneau. In 1973, the Carlanna Lake Dam ruptured, causing an estimated $2.2 million water damage in...

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...Navy shelled the Southeast community of Angoon. In 1909, Alfred P. Swineford, who served as Alaska territory's second governor, died in Juneau. In 1973, the Carlanna Lake dam ruptured, causing an estimated $2.2 million in water damage...

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...were cast, and the state's three electoral votes went to Richard Nixon. In 1966, Walter Hickel was elected the second governor of Alaska. In 1979, the Alaska Weights and Measures Board charged a Juneau gas station with violating the law and...

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...In 1914, the Juneau Public Library opened with 1,000 volumes. In 1966, Walter J. Hickel took office as the second governor of the State of Alaska. In 1970, William A. Egan took office again as the fourth governor of the State of Alaska...

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...In 1914, the Juneau Public Library opened with 1,000 volumes. In 1966, Walter J. Hickel took office as the second governor of Alaska. In 1970, William A. Egan took office again as the fourth governor of Alaska, after having been the...

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In Alaska Sound off on the important issues at In 1885, Alfred P. Swineford took office as the second governor of the District of Alaska, appointed by President Grover Cleveland. In the nation In 1789, the first inaugural ball was held...

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