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Alaskan History Magazine is an independently produced magazine dedicated to portraying the colorful and important past of the Last Frontier as an interesting and exciting journey of exploration. The style is conversational, yet confident and informative, thoroughly researched to bring the true stories of the people, places and events which shaped Alaskan history to a wide readership.
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Sept-Oct, 2020 Issue, Vol. 2, No. 5, postpaid
The September-October, 2020 issue of Alaskan History Magazine featues the following articles: Wells Fargo & Co. in Alaska: Freighting in the Far North; McGreely’s Express: 1898 Private Post Between Dyea and Skaguay; Roadhouses of Alaska: A Good Meal and a Warm Place to Sleep; The Alaska Club: A Social Group in Seattle; Ray Mala: Alaska’s Hollywood Star; James Wickersham’s A Bibliography of Alaskan Literature, 1724-1924; and this issue's Special Feature: Ernest de Koven Leffingwell, Mapping the Arctic Coast.
Please Note: Print subscriptions are no longer available. Only single issues, $12.00 each postage paid First Class Mail.