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New with Index! A must-read for all who enjoy Alaska history! Adventurers, crooks and lawmen flooded into Alaska following the Klondike Gold Rush of 1898. Towns like Nome, Fairbanks and Valdez blossomed on the tundra and soon filled with merchants, madams, miners and more. In this second book of the Aunt Phil’s Trunk series, readers are taken on a journey of discovery when prospectors stumbled across gold in the Iditarod, men summited the mighty mountain called Denali, and the people of Kodiak survived the largest volcanic eruption in North American history. Readers from ages 9 to 99 will love this collection of stories and more than 300 historical photographs that highlight Alaska’s colorful past from 1900 to 1912.
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