Two boaters on the Yukon River cross from the Yukon into Alaska on July 5. The border is marked by a 20-foot clearing and a metal obelisk. (Courtesy Photo | Ned Rozell)

Two boaters on the Yukon River cross from the Yukon into Alaska on July 5. The border is marked by a 20-foot clearing and a metal obelisk. (Courtesy Photo | Ned Rozell)

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Alaska’s border with Canada is one of the great feats of wilderness surveying.

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