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Volume 32 / Number 1/ Spring 2017

Articles:

  • Gary C. Stein and Virginia L. Scammell-Tinling, “Captain John Wesley White and the Lincoln‘s 1867 Alaska Cruise”
  • M.J. Kirchhoff, “Lynch Law in the Klondike”
  • David Igler, “San Francisco to Unalaska: Travels and Routes to Pacific History”

Reviews:

  • Alexey Postnikov and Marvin Falk, Exploring and Mapping Alaska: The Russian-American Era, 1741-1867. Carol Urness
  • Lee A. Farrow, The Purchase of Alaska: A New Look at the Alaska Purchase. Steve Haycox
  • Eleanor Phillips Brackbill, The Queen of Heartbreak Trail: The Life and Times of Harriet Smith Pullen, Pioneering Woman. Deb Vanasse
  • Eileen Norbert, editor, Menadelook: An Inupiat Teacher’s Photographs of Alaska Village Life, 1907-1932. James H. Ducker
  • Stephen R. Bown, White Eskimo: Knud Rasmussen’s Fearless Journey into the Heart of the Arctic. Chris B. Bernard
  • John W. Heaton, Outlaw Tales of Alaska: True Stories of the Last Frontier’s Most Infamous Crooks, Culprits, and Cutthroats. Thomas Eley
  • Doug Capra, The Spaces Between: Stories from the Kenai Mountains to the Kenai Fjords.  Sue Deyoe
  • Alexander B. Dolitsky, editor, Pipeline to Russia: The Alaska-Siberia Air Route in War II. Susan Larrabee
  • John Haile Cloe, Mission to the Kurils: The Little Known World War II Air and Naval Operations Against the Japanese Home Islands From Alaska’s Aleutian Islands. John S. Whitehead
  • Anthony Urvina with Sally Urvina, More than God Demands: Politics & Influence of Christian Missions in Northwest Alaska, 1897-1915. Amy Russell-Jamochian
  • Sergei Kan with Steve Henrikson, editors, Sharing Our Knowledge: The Tlingit and Their Coastal Neighbors. Chuck Smythe
  • McKibben A. Jackinsky, Too Close to Home: Living with “drill, baby” on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula. Ian Hartman
  • Stephen Haycox, Battleground Alaska: Fighting Federal Power in America’s Last Wilderness. David Ramseur
  • Nancy Lord, editor, Made of Salmon: Alaska Stories from The Salmon Project. Nancy Bird
  • Jacquelin Pels, Framed by Sea & Sky: Community Art in Seward, Mural Capital of Alaska. Sue Deyoe