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A treasury of Alaskana,

Author: Ethel Anderson Becker
Publisher: Seattle, Superior Pub. Co. [1969]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Becker, Ethel Anderson.
Treasury of Alaskana.
Seattle, Superior Pub. Co. [1969]
(OCoLC)679822857
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ethel Anderson Becker
OCLC Number: 128962
Description: 183 pages illustrations, map, portraits 28 cm
Contents: Raiders from Siberia --
Russians occupy the land --
Slaughter of the innocents: 1784 saw seal herds all but annihilated --
I am a walrus --
Old man of the sea --
Aliaska under military rule: Prosperity visits Aliaska --
Gregorii Ivanovich Shelekov --
Cruelty with salvation --
Valley of 10,000 Smokes --
Karluk was typical fur station --
Fur company hold strengthened --
Fighting for fur --
Trouble on all fronts: Sitka-city of hope --
Land of waste and want --
Priests had the power --
Plenty of skins-little grain --
Trading with the world --
Baranov dies at sea --
Father Duncan comes to Metlak-Alta --
Threats come from the south --
Cable comes through the wilderness --
Alaska changes flags: Down comes the Double Eagle --
New law of the North --
Natives no more --
Place forlorn --
Forbidden sealers on the hunt --
Flag protected natives' lives --
Seal herd on increase --
New methods make better furs --
Siren call of gold --
Sleeping giants: Mission accomplished --
Mercy ship of the North --
Reindeer to the rescue --
Education meant work --
Gunboat disturbs peace --
Hunters find paradise --
New industry in North --
Gold in the virgin land --
Rush to Juneau --
Gold! Gold! Gold!: Seattle business boomed --
Carmack party found first Klondike gold --
Pass to Pandemonium --
Back door to riches --
"Here we are ... Where are we? --
Spell of the Yukon --
Gold deposit ... Why and where --
On to Nome: Gold rush country --
Rocking for riches --
Sand ran red --
Many never left the ships --
Explorer Amundsen returns --
"Hundred Days' War" --
Nome was home to Billy Mitchell --
Lush country but lax attitude --
Alaska in the new century : U.S. public discovers Alaska --
Summer was tourist time --
Benny's flag --
"When do we get help?" --
Natural gas in Alaska --
Comes the war --
Resources unlimited ... but- --
Anchorage-Boomtown --
Growing season short-but sweet --
Highway to the North --
Airfields developed --
Military front --
Dew line established --
Alaska's garden spot --
Railroad aided Alaska's growth --
Wildlife haven --
Appealing for statehood --
From bush pilot to airline --
Will airplanes replace dogs? --
Big game hunters' paradise --
New day for steamships --
Stikine River country --
Economy built on fish --
Cordova's future bright.
Responsibility: by Ethel A. Becker.

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