Step back in time and explore historic Southeast Alaska. This collection of 125 archival photographs is a pictorial history of this fascinating region, and recounts the development and modern emergence of Alaska's panhandle. The story begins with early photographs of Haida and Tlingit Indian communities and culture. It continues through the Russian occupation, and into the era of Alaskan statehood. Visit the canneries, logging camps, and emerging towns and cities of Southeast Alaska. This collection is a compelling keepsake for anyone interested in the north.
|Publisher:||Graphic Arts Center Publishing Company|
|Product dimensions:||6.06(w) x 9.04(h) x 0.34(d)|
Table of ContentsChapter 1 � The First Peoples
Chapter 2 � For God and Tsar
Chapter 3 - Fish
Chapter 4 � Bonanza!
Chapter 5 � Towns Emerge
Chapter 6 - Juneau
Chapter 7 � Significant Dates in Southeast Alaska|