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Rooted in Community: Alaska Steam Laundry and the MacKinnon Family
Perhaps sharing the leading roles in Juneau High School’s 1915 theatrical play clinched the relationship that bloomed into the MacKinnon family legacy of keeping Juneau… Continue reading
Skateland to Glam: A history of the Mendenhall Mall
If you think the Mendenhall Mall is dead, you haven’t been there lately. Three years ago, Mendenhall Mall — the 200,000-square-foot shopping center in the… Continue reading
‘Once again, Angoon has a dugout’: Village residents welcome dugout canoe 140 years after bombardment
It’s the first dugout canoe in Angoon since the U.S. destroyed the village’s fleet in 1882.
Rooted in Community: The Triangle Club and 76 years of the Thomas family
Historical photos hang in the building that once housed the famous Winter and Pond photo studio.
Rooted in Community: The historic Valentine Building and the Findley Family
Many shops have occupied the Seward Street storefronts while Juneau Drug anchors the corner space.
‘It isn’t long ago history’: Presentation focuses on Alaska newspaper coverage of the Holocaust
Event part of ongoing visiting exhibition at local library branch.
Walter Soboleff Day marked with pledge of action
Church leaders share details about planned apology for church closure
Salmon Creek Dam to gain engineering landmark status
It’s not the only Southeast structure to earn the status.
St. Nicholas Orthodox Church prepares for a heavy lift
Alaska’s second-oldest Orthodox church.
What’s old is new again: A Crystal Saloon returns to Juneau
It’s a name with a history reaching back over the last century.
Quiz: Alaska and its history with the presidents
How much do you know about the state’s relationship with the commander-in-chief?
‘Way above the call of duty in many cases’: Civil rights group to honor Japanese-American regiment on Day of Remembrance
They’re the most decorated unit in American history, without exception.
Thanksgiving has somber context for Indigenous Americans
Remembering and rebuilding: Angoon residents commemorate 139 years since bombardment
‘We’re still here.”
Then Now: Looking back on pandemic response
Comparing messaging from 1918 to 2021
Rescuers recall Prinsendam fire following 41st anniversary
It’s been four decades since the Coast Guard’s biggest and most successful rescue.
Alaska Science Forum: Finding out more about the quake that shook Kodiak 120 years ago
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
Juneau voices: Locals share personal stories for new audio history project downtown
For Anne Stepetin, a Tlingit Native from Angoon, it never gets easier to talk about the story.
Lawmakers honor first African American woman elected to the Alaska House
The late Senator was the “conscience of the Legislature.”
Planet Alaska: A lesson from haa shagóon in 2020
The phrase means so much more than just “our ancestors.”