May-June, 2021 Alaskan History Magazine
The May-June, 2021 issue of Alaskan History Magazine will include the following articles: • Knik – At one time the largest community on Cook Inlet, and being on the Iditarod Trail, it was the chief outfitting point for much of western Alaska. • Alaska Villlages, Eskimo, Indian, Aleut, 1937 – An unusual look at the villages of Alaska, from the perspectives of students boarding at the Eklutna Vocational School. • An Alaskan “Mush” to Presbytery – The Reverend Samuel Hall Young was known as “The Mushing Parson,” and here he details one trip over the Iditarod Trail. • Historic Alaskan Hot Springs – From the Panhandle to the Seward Peninsula, and from the Arctic Slopes to the Aleutian Islands, thermal hot springs are found all across Alaska. • Hotel Holman / Blix’s Roadhouse – From a roadhouse in a tent beside the Copper River to one of the most respected establishments on the Valdez-to-Fairbanks Trail. • Trading Cards: Captain Cook’s Third Voyage – Small colorful and informative, commercial trading cards from the Arbuckle Coffee Company told of Captain Cook’s final voyage. • 1923 Alaska Railroad Tour Lantern Slides – Presented as a promotional program for the then-new Alaska Railroad, these colorful slides share scenes of Alaska’s Great Circle Tour. The cover is a tinted slide from the tour, showing a Chevrolet crossing a glacier stream near the Worthington Glacier on the Richardson Highway. Click below to pre-order the May-June issue, mailed April 15th.