Alaskan History Magazine sponsors a free weekly email newsletter to keep in touch with our friends and readers. Newsletters are emailed every Monday and are archived below.
Click here to sign up (no strings whatsoever) and receive each new weekly issue!
• Archived Back Issues •
~Alaska Becomes a Territory, Jujiro Wada – the Samurai Musher, Winter & Pond at Taku Glacier, the Sept-Oct issue of Alaskan History Magazine, Circle District Historical Society
~Discovery Claim of the Klondike Gold Rush, The 1935 Matanuska Colony Project, pages from the July-Aug issue, Tyonek, Alaska State Fair, Sitka Maritime History Society
~Lindbergh’s flight across Alaska, Gakona Roadhouse, Hotel Anchorage, 1909 Alaska travel brochure: See Alaska First!, Alaska’s Historical Societies: Valdez
~Deering Roadhouse, 1913 ascent of Denali by the Stuck-Karstens party, 1909 A-Y-P Expo certificate, LitSite Alaska, Alaska’s Historical Societies: Alpine Historical Society
~Felix Pedro, Barrett Willoughby, ‘Rim of Red Water,’ 1935 CCC Camp at Mt. McKinley National Park, Historic Newspapers online, Alaska’s Historical Societies: Eagle
~President and Mrs. Harding in 1923, Alaska and Its Resources by Wm. Healy Dall, Reconnaissance to the Koyukuk River Valley, Sinrock Mary the Reindeer Queen
• July 1, 2019 AHM Newsletter
~First airplane flight in Alaska, Golden Places: Alaska-Yukon Mining History, Gordon Bettles: Koyukuk Pioneer
~The inaugural May-June issue is now available at the digital publishing site issuu, History Note this week features Circle City on the Yukon River.
~The upcoming July-August issue is the focus, this week in Alaskan History notes the Confederate warship Shenandoah in Alaskan waters, and a bit more about the 1899 Harriman Alaska Expedition, posted on the website June 9th.
~This week in Alaskan History, new posts at Alaskan History Magazine’s website, Aleut sea otter hunters from an 1863 book on the Russian-America Company.
~New posts at Alaskan History Magazine’s website, the SS Nenana and Leonhard Seppala’s home in Nome placed on The Alaska Association for Historic Preservation’s annual Most Endangered Properies list, and a 1920 photo of “Alaska Nellie” Neal.
~This week in Alaskan History, Research Notes, the name ‘Alaska,’ and why I do this. .
~A change of format, Research Notes, Schwatka illustration.
~No advertising, Now on Amazon, Press Release, A-Y-P Expo postcard.
~News of the first issue, writer’s guidelines, photos, postcards, social media and more.
~News about the inaugural issue, historic photos of a roadhouse, some of the first cabins on Ship Creek near present-day Anchorage, a colorful fruit box label and more!