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In Alaska In 1910, President William Taft proclaimed the Sitka National Monument. In 1933, Gov. George Parks signed into law a bill repealing the Alaska Bone Dry Law...

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In Alaska Sound off on the important issues at In 1910, President William Taft proclaimed the Sitka National Monument. In 1933, Gov. George Parks signed into law a bill repealing the Alaska Bone Dry Law...

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...Alaska: P> In 1909, Walter Clark was appointed the seventh and last governor of the District of Alaska by President William Taft. In 1949, an ice jam caused the Yukon River to flood, marooning 182 people overnight on a small knoll near Fort Yukon...

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...Alaska In 1909, Walter E. Clark was appointed the seventh and last governor of the District of Alaska by President William Taft. In 1912, he became governor of the territory of Alaska. In 1949, an ice jam caused the Yukon River to flood, marooning...

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...James Wickersham was born at Patoka, Illinois. He came to Alaska as a U.S. district judge. In 1912, President William Taft signed into law a bill creating the Territory of Alaska and the Alaska Territorial Legislature. In 1963, the Standard...

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This Day in History

...Alaska In 1909, Walter E. Clark was appointed the seventh and last governor of the District of Alaska by President William Taft. In 1912, he became governor of the territory of Alaska. In 1949, an ice jam caused the Yukon River to flood, marooning...

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In Alaska In 1912, President William Taft signed into law a bill creating the territory of Alaska and the Alaska Territorial Legislature. In 1959, a California realtor...

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In Alaska In 1910, President William Taft proclaimed the Sitka National Monument. In 1933, the Alaska Bone Dry Law was repealed. In the nation In 1775, Patrick Henry...

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In Alaska In 1910, President William Taft proclaimed the Sitka National Monument. In 1933, Gov. George Parks signed into law a bill repealing the Alaska Bone Dry Law...

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In Alaska Sound off on the important issues at In 1910, President William Taft proclaimed the creation of the Sitka National Monument. In 1933, Gov. George Parks signed into law a bill repealing the Alaska...

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