Current Issue

 Volume 35 / Number 1/ Spring 2020

Articles:

  • Robert L. Spude, “Fairbanks Assayer Gustave Eugene Beraud and 88 Tons of Gold, with Comments on the Assayers in the Alaska-Yukon Goldfields, 1898-1920”
  • Ronald K. Inouye, “Promoting the World Stage in Alaska: Impresario Maxim Shapiro and the Alaska Music Trail, 1950-1970”
  • Chris Allan, “The Wonderful Dangerous Life of John Leonard, Gold Rush Balloonist”

Reviews:

  • Douglas D. Anderson and Wanni W. Anderson, Life at Swift Water Place: Northwest Alaska at the Threshold of European Contact, William Schneider
  • James Mackovjak, Alaska Codfish Chronicle: A History of the Pacific Cod Fishery in Alaska, Carmen Finley
  • Anjuli Grantham, editor, Tin Can Country: Southeast Alaska’s Historic Salmon Canneries, Theodore Krieg
  • Margaret F. Merritt, Roshier H. Creecy: A Black Man’s Search for Freedom and Prosperity in the Koyukuk Gold Fields of Alaska, David Reamer
  • Thomas Alton, Alaska in the Progressive Age: A Political History, 1896 to 1916, Michael A. Hill
  • Sandy Mazen, Kiyonuk: An Arctic Alaska Boyhood, Molly Conley
  • David Ramseur, Melting the Ice Curtain: The Extraordinary Story of Citizen Diplomacy on the Russia-Alaska Frontier, Sharon Tennison
  • David R. Klein, The Making of an Ecologist: My Career in Alaska Wildlife Management and Conservation, Rick Sinnott

 

Volume 35 / Special Issue/ Summer 2020

Articles:

  • John Whitehead, “Henry Wood Elliott and Herbert Hoover: Alaska Conservationists”
  • Tyler Stump, “History of a Wandering Yankee: The Reminiscences of an Alaska Tourist in 1900”
  • Chris Allan, “Michael C. Eschwege: Portrait of a Gold Rush Con Artist”