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Frank George Carpenter

Frank Carpenter photographed Alaska and collected the images of other Alaskan photographers between 1910 and 1924, and Carpenter’s works helped popularize cultural anthropology and geography in the early years of the twentieth century. Continue reading

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Mother Martha White

The world traveler and lecturer Frank G. Carpenter wrote widely of his travels in Alaska, and in the April 5, 1917 issue of Moderator-topics he wrote about several notable women of the territory, including the Anchorage pioneer, Mother Martha White: … Continue reading

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Frank G. Carpenter

Frank George Carpenter (Mansfield, Ohio, May 8, 1855, – Nanking, June 18, 1924) was an author, photographer, lecturer, and a collector of photographs. Carpenter wrote standard geography textbooks and lectured on geography, and he wrote a series of books called … Continue reading

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Alaskan Roadhouses

The newest book from Northern Light Media is Alaskan Roadhouses: Shelter, Food and Lodging Along Alaska’s Roads and Trails, by Helen Hegener. Scheduled for publication November 1, 2015, this 277-page book recounts the fascinating histories of twenty-four roadhouses, and presents … Continue reading

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