Nov-Dec, 2020 Alaskan History Magazine

The Nov-Dec issue of Alaskan History Magazine is now available! Articles in this issue cover a wide range of topics, including Mottram Dulany Ball, a founding father of Alaska, and de facto governor of the territory; Alexander Hunter Murray, who built the stockaded fort and Hudson’s Bay trading post at Fort Yukon; The Episcopal Church, which brought medical services and other comforts to Iditarod and Flat City; The Silent City, Dick Willoughby’s startling news that he had discovered a mirage above the Muir Glacier; Nellie Cashman, the “Miner’s Angel,” who earned the respect of miners from Arizona to Alaska; Rand McNally’s 1922 guide on how to hire, drive, and care for an Alaskan dogteam; and The First American Musher in Alaska, by Thom “Swanny” Swan, about Robert Kennicott, the first known American to travel via dogteam in Alaska. Available from Northern Light Media, click here to order.

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