Alaska's History

Alaska's History The People, Land, and Events of the North Country

Revised edition

Paperback (24 Mar 2020)

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Synopsis

This newly revised edition includes up-to-date information and historical photographs on everything you need to know about the Last Frontier, all in one travel-friendly package.

Alaska's rich and cultural history comes to life in this vivid, take-along account. Travel to the Far North and discover the origins of Russian America and the effects of the fur trade, Native lifestyles before and after European contact, John Muir's visit to Glacier Bay, the Klondike gold rush, exploits of Alaska Bush pilots, big game hunting in the North Country and famous fisheries, and more. Five new chapters cast light on more modern subjects, such as the strengthening stance of Alaska Natives in politics, the impact of a changing climate on the fish and wildlife, the future of coastal villages by the sea, and the state of Alaska looking forward today. A history book that's fun to read, Alaska's History provides a look into the deep story behind the United States' 49th state, from its glorious past to its challenging present.

Book information

ISBN: 9781513262727
Publisher: West Margin Press
Imprint: Alaska Northwest Books
Pub date:
Edition: Revised edition
DEWEY: 979.8
DEWEY edition: 23
Language: English
Sales rank: 6044
Number of pages: 154
Weight: 158g
Height: 203mm
Width: 127mm
Spine width: 8mm