Contributions to Alaska History Award
The Contributions to Alaska History Award is special recognition to individuals or groups that have made significant contributions to the Alaska Historical Society and the promotion and understanding of Alaska history. This award was first given in 2001.
Anjuli Grantham, editor and Sarah Asper-Smith, designer for the book Tin Can Country: Southeast Alaska’s Historic Salmon Canneries; and the Princess Sophia Shipwreck Centennial Commemoration Committees in Juneau & Skagway
S.F. “Shana” Loshbaugh, David Ramseur, Lee Poleske, William Schneider, Caroline “Cussy” Kauer
Dr. Mikhail Malakhov for documenting the travels of Russian traders and explorers in Alaska
49 Writers, Katherine J. Ringsmuth
Larry Hibpshman who was the Senior Archivist at the Alaska State Archives from 1988 until his retirement earlier this year. The award specifically notes his work as project director for the Exxon Valdez records project.
Karen Brewster, Victor Fischer, Charles Wohlforth, Rex A. Wilhelm, Audrey and Bruce Kelly
Katherine J. Ringsmuth, Thomas F.Thornton
Ray Bonnell, Mike Blackwell, Marie Darlin, and Jim Geraghty, and Suellyn Wright-Novak
Mary C. Mangusso, Stephen W. Haycox, Brenda Dates Campen
Stan Cohen, Jacquelin “Jackie” Pels
Kathryn “Kay” Shelton
Ted C. Hinckley
Richard A. Pierce
Frederica de Laguna