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By Ned Rozell In 1900, Alaska was home to Native people in scattered villages and camps and recently arrived miners who scraped the creeks for… Continue reading
For Anne Stepetin, a Tlingit Native from Angoon, it never gets easier to talk about the story.
The late Senator was the “conscience of the Legislature.”
The phrase means so much more than just “our ancestors.”
Letters to the Editor.
A nod to indigenous history.
Rural Tennessee has electricity for the same reason Southeast Alaska has totem parks — the New Deal.
Don’t call him Lewis or Clark.
Ketchikan artist has been drawing dinos with crayons for 61 years.
It’s beautiful from afar, but close up you’ll see it’s crumbling.
The building Soapy operated in Skagway has an interesting history.
They don’t like oil spills.
Their families have only found out in recent years.
Weather on Thursday’s centennial and the day of the Princess Sophia’s sinking shared a bit in common — but not to an eerie degree, said… Continue reading
I was saddened to read recently that the Presbyterian Church of Sitka was planning to close its doors after more than a hundred years.
Efforts of great-granddaughter lead to discovery of woman’s location, family history.
Everyone has enemies. Cats have dogs. Mice have cats. Dust mites have vacuum cleaners. Seth Irwin has Scotch Tape. For the past few weeks —and… Continue reading