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The items describe a traveler's trip through interior Alaska; Dawson and Whitehorse, Yukon Territory; Lake Atlin and Lake Bennett, B.C.; White Pass and Yukon Route railroad trip to Skagway, Alaska and on to Port Chilkoot, Juneau and Petersburg and the Inside Passage.
A bill, be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled : that all that part of the territory of the United States ceded to the United States by Russia, by the treaty of March 30th, 1867, and known as Alaska, is hereby created into a temporary government, by the name of the Territory of Alaska.
Text of Alaska related legislation before the US Congress that would create a Territory of Alaska. Version and date are unknown.
This collection includes a biography written by Catherine Engstrom Munoz, photographs, marriage certificates, correspondence, census records, genealogy chart, and newspaper clippings.
Two albums: Progress pictures: Perseverance Division (views 1-49); Progress pictures: Sheep Creek Division (views 50-91).
The Admiralty-Alaska Gold Mining Company acquired the mine in 1918. The mine is located is on Admiralty Island in Funter Bay, Alaska. It was run by W.S. Pekovich.
Papers concerning Admission Day, State of Alaska, and First Day Issuance of Alaska Statehood Seven Cent Air Mail Stamp, 1959 January 3
Includes programs, invocation, and speeches of Alaska Gov. William A. Egan, Juneau Mayor M.L. MacSpadden, and Special Assistant to the Gov. of the Territory of Alaska, Don Bullock; program is for joint ceremonies of Admission Day, State of Alaska and First Day Issuance of the Alaska Statehood Seven Cent Air Mail Stamp.
All of the portrait-style photographs are of Filipino men from Juneau, Alaska, in formal dress.
This collection has two series. The first series consists of seven oversize radar stereo images, radar image mosaics, and a radar image map of Ugashik. The second series contains stereograms of Alaskan glaciers within the First Judicial Division, prepared from the U.S. Coast & Geodetic Survey photography by the University of Illinois. The collection is organized by stereogram number.