Current Issue

 Volume 36 / Number 2/ Fall 2021

Articles:

  • Rolfe G. Buzzell, “Women of the Sunrise Mining Camps, 1895–1901”
  • Dorota Kupis, “Early Jesuit Missions in the Yu’pik Territory: Interactions with Other Faiths and Native People”
  • John Branson, “The Bomber Valley Incident, September 3-29, 1944”

Reviews:

  • Leslie McCartney and Gwich’in Tribal Council, Our Whole Gwich’in Way of Life has Changed/Gwich’in K’yuu Gwiidandai’ Tthak Ejuk Goonlih: Stories from the People of the Land, Ann Fienup-Riordan
  • Thomas F. Thornton and Madonna L. Moss, Herring and People of the North Pacific, Sustaining a Keystone Species, Bob King
  • David L. Nicandri, Captain Cook Rediscovered: Voyaging to the Icy Latitudes, Michael A. Hill
  • Anne Carlisle Carmichael, editor, Hunter, The Yukon Gold Rush Letters of Robert Hunter Fitzhugh, Jr., 1897–1900, Mark J. Kirchhoff
  • Paul Starobin, A Most Wicked Conspiracy: The Last Great Swindle of the Gilded Age, John W. Heaton
  • Carolyn Erskine Andrews, Faraway Island: Childhood in Kodiak, Angela Schmidt
  • Kaylene Johnson-Sullivan, editor, People, Paths, and Places: The Frontier History of Moose Pass, Alaska, Jackie Pels
  • Christine McClure and Dennis McClure, A Different Race: World War II, the Alaska Highway, Racism, and a Court-Martial, Ian Hartman
  • Julie Harris and Frank B. Edwards, Signposts and Promises: Canada and the Alaska Highway, Molly Proie
  • Chris von Imhof, Today Alyeska, Tomorrow Zee World! How Chris von Imhof became Mr. Hospitality, Pierce A. Bateman
  • Molly Rettig, Finding True North, Firsthand Stories of the Booms that Built Modern Alaska, Elizabeth Bluemink