Past Issues

Past issues of Alaska History are available for $8.00 ($6.00 for AHS members), including postage.  Issues available for sale are listed below. To purchase past issues, email your name, mailing address where you would like the volumes sent, and which issue(s) you wish to order to An invoice and payment instructions will be emailed to you. Or pay on-line by credit card at our Membership and Giving page by entering the amount due in the Other Amount category.

Volume 38/ Number 1/ Spring 2023
Frank Norris, “The Klondike Gold Rush and the Northwest Coast Shipping Industry”
Pierce A. Bateman, “‘Our Anchorage, An International Host’: A History of Alaska’s Bids to Host the Winter Olympic Games, 1947–1989”
Terrence Cole, “The Fourth Patron from Hell: Memories of Richard A. Pierce”
Volume 37/ Number 2/ Fall 2022
Ray Hudson, “The Imaginary Frontier and Its True Poverty: The Aleutian Islands at the End of the Nineteenth and Beginning of the Twentieth Centuries”
John W. Heaton, “Al Jolson’s World War II Alaska”
Elizabeth Alexander, “The 1937 Cruise of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Northland: Adventures in Early Cold Climate Oceanography”
Volume 37/ Number 1/ Spring 2022
Leanna Prax Williams, “Missing from the Northern Sky: An Analysis of Newspaper Coverage of the Searches for Russ Merrill and Carl Ben Eielson, 1929–1930”
Chris Allan, “Of Men and Beasts: The Curious History of Sheldon Jackson’s Reindeer and the U.S. Government’s Klondike Relief Expedition”
Zachary R. Jones, “‘Góon dáanaa een áwé kawduwat’íý’ aý jeeyís yá kées, This bracelet was pounded out of a gold coin for me’: A History of Early Tlingit Silversmiths”
Volume 36/ Number 2/ Fall 2021
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”
Volume 36/ Number 1/ Spring 2021
William Schneider, “When a Small Typo Has Big Implications”
Chris Allan, “Daredevil: How the Aviator Clarence Prest Tried (and Failed) to Pioneer an Air Route through Alaska to Siberia”
Sergei Kan, “Orthodox Church Brotherhoods of the Sitka Creoles, 1870s–1910s”
Volume 35/ Number 2/ Fall 2020
Katherine Ringsmuth, “Cannery Caretakers: The Entwined Histories of the Diamond NN Cannery, South Naknek Village, and the Spanish Flu of 1919”
Tim Troll, “Doctor Linus H. French, the Origins of Healthcare in Bristol Bay, and the Spanish Flu of 1919”
Robert W. King, “Bristol Bay Sockeye in 1919: The Salmon Collapse and Promulgation of Fishing Regulations after World War I”
Volume 35/ Special Issue/ Summer 2020
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”
Volume 35/ Number 1/ Spring 2020
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”
Volume 34/ Number 2/ Fall 2019 – SOLD OUT
Mary F. Ehrlander and Hild M. Peters, “Grafton and Clara Burke: Medical Missionaries at Fort Yukon”
Zachary R. Jones, “A Life Painted in Yarn: A Biography of Tlingit Chilkat Weaver Clara Newman Benson”
Stephen W. Haycox, “The Uneasy Relationship of Biography and History in Alaska: Anthony Dimond, Ernest Gruening, and Bob Bartlett”
Volume 34/ Number 1/ Spring 2019
Thomas Alton, “The Progressive Incubator: A Political History of the Alaska Railroad, 1914–1923”
Zachary R. Jones, “Battlefield Alaska: The U.S. Army’s 1869 Bombardment of the Tlingit Village of Khaachxhan.áak’w”
Pierce A. Bateman, “Vanishing In Plain Sight: The Alaska Steamship Company and the Trope of the Vanishing Indian, 1895–1954”
Volume 33/ Number 2/ Fall 2018
Frank Norris, “A Victim of Overoptimism and Bureaucratic Neglect: A History of Old Kasaan National Monument”
M. J. Kirchhoff, “Pierre Berton’s The Klondike Fever: Sixty Years Later, a Critical Review”
Andrei V. Grinëv, Richard Bland (trans.), “The Notes of Mikhail Vavilov: An Unknown Source on the Last Years of Russian America”
Volume 33/ Number 1/ Spring 2018 – SOLD OUT
Nora Marks Florendo Dauenhauer, “Filipinos in Postwar Juneau and the Roles of Tlingit Women in the Filipino Community”
David Reamer, “Without Open Arms: The Alaska Response to the World War II-Era Refugee Crisis”
Preston Jones, “Yankee Victory in the Philippines and a Sense of Power in the Yukon Territory, 1898–1901”
Volume 32/ Number 2/ Fall 2017
Chris Allan, “Ho! for Sitka: ‘Special Correspondents’ and the Race to Report on the 1867 Transfer of Russian America to the United States”
Andrei V. Grinëv, translated by Richard Bland, “Foreign Ships along the Shores of Russian America”
Dorota Kupis, “The Peel River People and Their Land”
  Volume 32/ Number 1/ Spring 2017
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”
Volume 31/ Number 2/ Fall 2016
Ross Coen, “The Founding of the Alaska Historical Society, 1967–1968”
Frank Norris, “Boomers and Bureaucracies: The Battle for Lake George, Alaska”
Fred E. Woods, “More Precious Than Gold: Mormonism Comes to Nome, 1900–1913”
Volume 31/ Number 1/ Spring 2016
Ross Coen, “That Elusive, Enigmatic Usable Past”
Andrew J. Carlson II, “Boom and Bust in the Tanana Valley Dairy Industry: Ralph Gadbury and the Golden Heart Creamery, 1951-1967”
Frank Soos, “Stories We Tell and the People Who Tell Them”
cover of Vol30#2lower res Volume 30/ Number 2/ Fall 2015
Richard L. Bland, “A View of Russian America, 1845”
Ross Coen, “Seasonal Work: John Cobb’s Photographs of Labor in Alaska’s Fisheries, 1907-1918”
James H. Ducker, “Alaska History: Looking Backward”
cover of Vol30#1 Volume 30 / Number 1/ Spring 2015
Chris Allan, “Gold Rush Ice Train: The Curious History of George Glover’s Invention and the U.S. Government’s Klondike Relief Expedition”
Bruce Merrell, “The Automobile Sled: A Cartoon Version”
Anjuli Grantham, “Parades and Processing: Filipinos in Larsen Bay, 1915”
Cover of Vol29#2 Volume 29 / Number 2/ Fall 2014
Eric Wohlforth, “Financing 1964 Alaska Earthquake Reconstruction: LBJ, Egan, and Congress”
Mary Ehrlander, “A Winter Circuit of Our Arctic Coast: Hudson Stuck’s Literary, Ethnographic and Historical Masterpiece”
Terrence Cole, “Going to Wonderland: The Carpenter Collection at the Library of Congress”
cover of Vol29#1 Volume 29 / Number 1/ Spring 2014
Chris Allan, “‘Mighty Tall Hustling’: The North Star Oil Syndicate and the Race to Claim Alaska’s Arctic Petroleum Seeps”
Alphonse Louis Pinart, Translated, introduced, and annotated by Richard L. Bland, “A Journey from Unalaska to Kodiak with Alphonse Louis Pinart”
Ross Coen, “Statehood Lobbying by Alaska Republicans”
cover of Vol 28#2 Volume 28 / Number 2/ Fall 2013
Andrei V. Grinëv, “Fishing in Russian America”
Robert W. King, “Sailboats and Power in Bristol Bay: The Bristol Bay Salmon Fishery, 1922-1951”
Richard H. Van Cleave, “The New England Fish Company: History in a Photo Album”
cover of volume 28#1 Volume 28 / Number 1/ Spring 2013
Catherine Holder Spude and Robert L. Spude, “The Men Who ‘Shot’ Soapy Smith: A Photo Essay”
Chris Allan, “‘On the Edge of Buried Millions’: Edward Schieffelin’s Search for Gold on the Yukon River, 1882-1883”
Mary F. Ehrlander, “Edward Anton and Jenny Olson Rasmuson: Swedish Covenant Missionaries at Yakutat”
cover of Vol 27 Volume 27 / Numbers 1 & 2/ Spring/Fall 2012
Ross Coen, “Edna Ferber’s Ice Palace: Gender, Race, Statehood and the Novel as History”
Andrei Grinev, “A Failed Monopoly: Management of the Russian-American Company, 1799-1867”
Robert A. Perkins and Xela Indurkhya, “Alaska College’s Civil Engineering Society, 1929-1867”
Bonnie Demerjian, “John Elmer Worden: Picturing Wrangell’s Early Days”
cover of Vol26#2 Volume 26 / Number 2/ Fall 2011
Chris Allan, “Auto Sleighs and Iron Malamutes: The History of Alaska’s Earliest Snow-Machines”
Andrei Grinev, “Social Mobility of the Creoles in Russian America”
Candy Waugaman, “Ernest ‘Ernie’ Jessen: Alaskan Cartoonist”
vol26#1_cover_thumb Volume 26 / Number 1/ Spring 2011
Mary Alice Cook, “Manifest Opportunity: The Alaska Purchase as a Bridge Between United States Expansion and Imperialism” Chris Allan, “‘All the Hell I Needed’: The U.S. Geological Survey and the Search for Arctic Oil”
vol25#2_cover_thumb Volume 25 / Number 2/ Fall 2010
Ross Coen, “‘If One Should Come Your Way, Shoot It Down’: The Alaska Territorial Guard and the Japanese Balloon Bomb Attack of World War II”
Andrei Grinev, “The Ethnic Face of Newcomers to Russian America”
Eric Wohlforth, “Alaska’s First Big Fiscal Venture: The Financing of the State Ferry System”
vol25#1_cover_thumb Volume 25 / Number 1/ Spring 2010
Ryan Jones, “Lisiansky’s Mountain: Changing Views of Nature in Russian America”
Preston Jones, “Loyalty and Civic Culture on the Farthest Frontier: Anchorage and the Great War, 1917-1919”
Louis L. Renner, S.J., “Firewood to Feed Fourteen Mission Stoves”
vol24#2_cover_thumb Volume 24 / Number 2/ Fall 2009
Chris Allan, “The Brief Life and Strange Times of the Hickel Highway: Alaska’s First Arctic Haul Road”
Andrei Grinev, “‘Advanced in Age, Decrepit and Unfit’: Colonial Citizens and the Formation of a Permanent Russian Population in Alaska”
Frank Norris, “Drawing a Line in the Tundra: Conservationists and the Mount McKinley Park Road'”
vol24#1_cover_thumb Volume 24 / Number 1/ Spring 2009
Ross Coen, “Not Old Enough to Vote But Able to Support Statehood: University of Alaska Students and the Statehood Movement”
Gary C. Stein, “‘The Old Man is Good Drunk Now’: Captain Michael A. Healy and the Cruise of 1889”
Louis L. Renner, “Alaska Catholic Mission Boats: ‘A Very Practical System for Summer Work'”
vol23_cover_thumb Volume 23 / Numbers 1 & 2 / Spring/Fall 2008
Sarah Crawford Isto, “Earl F. Graves and Jule B. Loftus: Territorial Veterinarians for the Fur Farms”
Andrei V. Grinev, “The Watchful Eye of the Empire: Passports and Passport Controls in Russian America”
Chris Allan, “Save Fort Egbert!: How the People of Eagle Reclaimed Their Past”
vol22_cover_thumb Volume 22 / Numbers 1 & 2 / Spring/Fall 2007
Andrei V. Grinev, “A Fifth Column in Alaska: Native Collaborators in Russian America”
Gordon S. Harrison, “Alaska’s Constitutional ‘Literacy Test’ and the Question of Voting Discrimination”
Coleen Mielke, “An Alaskan Pioneer, 1855-1930”
vol21#2_cover_thumb Volume 21 / Number 2 / Fall 2006
T. Ahllund, “From the Memoirs of a Finnish Workman”
Gary Scharnhorst, “Kate Field on ‘Despised Alaska’: 1887-1894”
Robert E. King, “President Harding’s 1923 Visit to Alaska in 3-D!”
vol21#1_cover_thumb Volume 21 / Number 1 / Spring 2006
Chris Allan, “Symbolic Acts and the Claiming of Alaska”
Andrei V. Grinev, “The Gold of Russian America: The Gold Rush That Didn’t Happen”
Robert N. DeArmond and Terrence Cole, “George Holt: First White Man Across the Chilkoot Pass”
vol20#2_cover_thumb Volume 20 / Number 2 / Fall 2005
Claus-M. Naske, “William Spratling’s Plan for a Native Alaska Arts and Craft Program”
Thomas Alton, “Politics, Economics, and the Schools: Roots of Alaska Native Language Loss Since 1867”
Preston Jones, “Yankees in Parkas: Native Influence at Nome, 1900-1920”
vol20#1_cover_thumb Volume 20 / Number 1 / Spring 2005
James H. Ducker, “Reindeer Rescue: The 1898 Reindeer Drive to Barrow”
David Eric Jessup, “The Rise and Fall of Katalla: ‘The Coming Metropolis of Alaska'”
“C. W. Snedden Recollects the Campaign for Statehood” introduction by John S. Whitehead
vol19_cover_thumb Volume 19 / Numbers 1 & 2 / Spring/Fall 2004
Andrei V. Grinev, “Why Russia Sold Alaska: The View from Russia”
Preston Jones, “At the Edge of Empire: Forging Americanness in Nome, 1899-1905”
Jerry E. Green, “Riverboat Technology and Riverboat Builders for the Yukon River, 1896-1906”
vol18_cover_thumb Volume 18 / Numbers 1 & 2 / Spring/Fall 2003 – SOLD OUT
Mary Breu, “Pioneer and Prisoner: Etta Jones in Alaska”
Daniel Nelson, “Idealism and Organization: Origins of the Environmental Movement in Alaska”
Katherine Johnson, “Life on the Razor’s Edge: The Story of a Clam Cannery at Kukak Bay”
vol17_cover_thumb Volume 17 / Numbers 1 & 2 / Spring/Fall 2002
Andrei V. Grinev, “The Dynamics of the Administrative Elite of the Russian-America Company”
Candy Waugaman, “Capturing Alaska’s Image: Pre-Statehood Alaskan Photographers”
vol16_cover_thumb Volume 16 / Numbers 1 & 2 / Spring/Fall 2001 Frank Norris, “Keeping Time in Alaska: National Directives, Local Responses” Claus-M. Naske, “Alaska in the Mix” Robert E. King, “The Klondike Gold Rush in 3-D: The Keystone View Company and John P. Clum”
vol15#2_cover_thumb Volume 15 / Number 2 / Fall 2000 – SOLD OUT A
ndrei V. Grinev, “The Kaiury: The Slaves of Russian America”
William Hanable, “Nome’s First Aerial Flight: The Alaska Flying Expedition of 1920”
Mike Dunning, “Tourism in Ketchikan and Southeast Alaska” Beverly Churchill, “A Gold Rush Family’s Saga in Candle”
vol15#1_cover_thumb Volume 15 / Volume 1 / Spring 2000
Steve K. Lloyd, “The Loss of the S.S. Edith, August 1915”
Cliff Fuglestad, “A Railroad to Iditarod: The End of an Era”
Frank Norris, “Skagway, the White Pass Railroad, and the Struggle to Build the Klondike Highway”
Michael Naab, “Ketchikan’s Hunt Family Collection”
vol14_cover_thumb Volume 14 / Numbers 1 & 2 / Spring/Fall 1999
C. Michael Brown, “John K. Hajdukovich and the Tetlin Indians, 1924-1941”
Hannah L. Mitson, “The King-Havenner Bill of 1940: Dashed Hopes for a Jewish Immigration Haven in Alaska”
Robert E. King, “Northern Alaska’s First Printing Press and its Sometimes Curious History”
Jane Haigh, “Stephen Foster: Photographing Kantishna River People”
vol13_cover_thumb Volume 13 / Numbers 1 & 2 / Spring/Fall 1998
Andrei A. Znamenski, “Native Culture Through Orthodox Eyes: Russian Missionary Ioann Bortnovsky on the Dena’ina and Ahtna, 1896-1907”
Elizabeth A. Tower, “Anthony J. Dimond: Statehood Pioneer”
Morgan Sherwood, “The Annotated Schmalz: A Lighter Look at the Campaign for Statehood”
James H. Ducker, “Stevens Village Life, 1910-1912: The Photographs of Lawyer E. Rivenburg”
vol12#2_cover_thumb Volume 12 / Number 2 / Fall 1997
J. Brooks Flippen, “Mr. Hickel Goes to Washington”
Jonathan R. Dean, “The Sea Otter War of 1810: Russia Encounters the Tsimshians”
Charles M. Mobley and Karen Hofstad, “Reconstructing Tonka”
vol12#1_cover_thumb Volume 12 / Number 1 / Spring 1997 – SOLD OUT
A. V. Grinev, “The Forgotten Expedition of Dmitrii Tarkhanov on the Copper River”
Morgan Sherwood, “A North Pacific Bubble, 1902-1907”
Rolfe G. Buzzell, “Life in a Mining Camp: Flat, Alaska”
vol11#2_cover_thumb Volume 11 / Number 2 / Fall 1996
Timothy Rawson, “”I Hope the Sheep Will Bless You’: Belmore Browne, Adolphe Murie, and the Wolves of Mount McKinley”
Andrei A. Znamenski, “”Athapaskan Church, Russian Orthodox’: The Tanainas’ Encounter with Russian Orthodox Missionaries, 1893-1917”
Terrence M. Cole, “Polar Cartoon Characters: Cook, Peary, and the Race to the Pole”
vol11#1_cover_thumb Volume 11 / Number 1 / Spring 1996
Robert E. King, “Captain Elias W. Johnston: Gold Rush Transportation Businessman”
Geoffrey T. Bleakley, “Murder on the Koyukuk: The Hunt for the Blueberry Kid”
Bill Johnson, “Fort Greely’s Remote Reactor: Alaska’s Experiment with Nuclear Power”
R. Bruce Parham, “Benjamin Haldane and the Portraits of a People”
vol10#2_cover_thumb Volume 10 / Number 2 / Fall 1995 – SOLD OUT
Gordon C. Bettles, “Why I Came to Alaska”
Frederick Schwatka, “Schwatka’s Hydraulic Hurdle Race: The New York Ledger Expedition in Alaska, 1891”
Kathleen Lopp Smith, “Tom and Ellen Lopp and the Natives of Wales, 1890-1902”
vol10#1_cover_thumb Volume 10 / Number 1 / Spring 1995
Dan Sutherland, “Dan Sutherland: Gold Rush Pioneer and Politician”
Clark C. Spence, “Fairbanks Exploration Goes to War”
Robert E. King, “Truman W. Ingersoll: Alaskan Stereo-Photographer and Publisher”
Volume 9 / Number 2 / Fall 1994 – SOLD OUT
Dirk Tordoff, “Airplanes on Denali”
Suzanne Summerville and David Hales, “Into the Wild Blue Yonder: The Story of Robert M. Crawford”
Elizabeth A. Tower, “Railroad Fever in Valdez, 1898-1907: An Account by George C. Hazelet”
Elfrida Nord, “The War on Tuberculosis in Alaska, 1945-1960: A Look at the Role of Public Health Nursing”
vol9#1_cover_thumb Volume 9 / Number 1 / Spring 1994 – SOLD OUT
Jonathan R. Dean, “”Their Nature and Qualities Remain Unchanged’: Russian Occupation and Tlingit Resistance, 1802-1867”
Robert W. King, “Without Hope of Immediate Profit: Oil Exploration in Alaska, 1898-1953”
Robert E. King, “The Pribilof Islands in the 1870s: The Stereo-Photographs of Dr. Hugh H. McIntyre”
vol8#2_cover_thumb Volume 8 / Number 2 / Fall 1993
Brian C. Hosmer, “”White Men Are Putting Their Hands Into Our Pockets’: Metlakatla and the Struggle for Resource Rights in British Columbia, 1862-1887”
Patricia Roppel, “The Gold of Rodman Bay”
Morgan Sherwood, “Polly’s Denali”
vol8#1_cover_thumb Volume 8 / Number 1 / Spring 1993 – SOLD OUT
Louis L. Renner, S.J., “The Koyukon Athapaskan Stickdance and the Changed Attitude of the Jesuit Missionaries Toward It”
Leonard Schlup, “‘An Arrogant Rogue and Hypocrite’: Governor Swineford’s Letter to Secretary Lamar Regarding Sheldon Jackson”
James VanStone, “Early Twentieth Century Dena’ina Athapaskan and Yup’ik Eskimo Settlements in Southwest Alaska: Rare Photographs by W. H. Osgood, 1902”
Gretchen Lake, “The Russians Are Coming, The Russians Are Coming, Fifty Years Ago, the Russians Were Coming”
vol7#2_cover_thumb Volume 7 / Number 2 / Fall 1992 – SOLD OUT
Lael Morgan, “Writing Minorities Out of History: Black Builders of the Alcan Highway”
John Whitehead, “The Governor Who Opposed Statehood: The Legacy of Jay Hammond”
Bruce Merrell, “‘A Wild, Discouraging Mess’: John Muir Reports on the Klondike Gold Rush”
Leif B. Abel, “Linking Columbus, Discovery, Gold and the Potato to Eagle, Alaska’s Early Pioneers”
Terrence Cole, “Look at the Camera and Smile: The Photographs of Basil Clemons”
vol7#1_cover_thumb Volume 7 / Number 1 / Spring 1992
Joseph Sullivan, “Sourdough Radicalism: Labor and Socialism in Alaska, 1905-1920”
Frank Norris, “Cargoes North: Containerization and Alaska’s Postwar Shipping Crisis”
Gordon S. Harrision, “Streamlining the Legislature: Pursuit of Unicameral Reform in Alaska”
M. Diane Brenner, “Life in Cook Inlet: Tom Odale’s Photographs”
vol6#2_cover_thumb Volume 6 / Number 2 / Fall 1991 – SOLD OUT
Elizabeth A. Tower, “Hazelet’s High Road to Chisana: Tapping a Gold Mine for Cordova”
Catherine Holder Spude, “Bachelor Miners and Barbers’ Wives: The Common People of Skagway in 1900”
India Spartz and Ron Inouye, “Fhoki Kayamori: Amateur Photographer of Yakutat, 1912-41”
vol6#1_cover_thumb Volume 6 / Number 1/ Spring 1991
Ernest S. Burch, Jr., “From Skeptic to Believer: The Making of an Oral Historian”
Terrence M. Cole, “Promoting the Pacific Rim: The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition of 1909”
Joan M. Antonson, “Of Gold and Miners: Independence Mine State Historical Park”
vol5#2_cover_thumb Volume 5 / Number 2 / Fall 1990
Terrence Cole, “The Bridge to Tomorrow: Visions of the Bering Strait Bridge”
Patricia Roppel, “‘Have I Got a Deal for You!’: Mining Frauds on Douglas Island”
Carol A. Edwards, “Scientists as Photographers: The United States Geological Survey Photographs of Alaska”
vol5#1_cover_thumb Volume 5 / Number 1 / Spring 1990 – SOLD OUT
Elizabeth A. Tower, “Captain David Henry Jarvis: Alaska’s Tragic Hero–Wickersham’s Victim”
Robert N. DeArmond, “Saginaw Jake: Navy Hostage, Indian Policeman, Celebrity”
Ronald K. Inouye, “Harry Sotaro Kawabe: Issei Businessman of Seward and Seattle”
Lynette Walton, “The Lomen Brothers: Photographers of Nome”
vol4#2_cover_thumb Volume 4 / Number 2 / Fall 1989 – SOLD OUT
Peter Coates, “Project Chariot: Alaskan Roots of Environmentalism”
Gary Stevens, “Rasputin is Alive and Well and Living in Kodiak”
Stephen Haycox, “Alaska Native Brotherhood Conventions: Sites and Grand Officers, 1912-1959”
Sandra M. Faulkner, “Celebrating Alaska’s Past: The National Park Service in Sitka”
vol4#1_cover_thumb Volume 4 / Number 1 / Spring 1989 – SOLD OUT
Kenneth Coates and Judith Powell, “Whitehorse and the Building of the Alaska Highway, 1942-1946”
Richard A. Pierce, “Reconstructing “Baranov’s Castle'”
Kathleen Lidfors, Stephen Haycox, and Morgan Sherwood review Michener’s Alaska: Comments at the Society’s Annual Meeting, 1988″
Renee Blahuta, “Phinney S. Hunt: Portrait of a Photographer, 1866-1917”
vol3#2_cover_thumb Volume 3 / Number 2 / Fall 1988 – SOLD OUT
Stephen Haycox, “Early Aviation in Anchorage: Ambivalent Fascination with the Air Age”
Robert Fortuine, “Scurvy in the Early History of Alaska: The Haves and the Have-Nots”
Joan M. Antonson and Judith E. Bittner, “Big Delta State Historical Park: A Glimpse at Life in Interior Alaska, 1904-1947”
vol3#1_cover_thumb Volume 3 / Number 1 / Spring 1988
Ann Fienup-Riordan, “Martyrdom of Brother Hooker: Conflict and Conversion on the Kuskokwim”
Katherine L. Arndt, “Russian Relations with the Stikine Tlingit, 1833-1867”
Arsenio Rey-Tejerina, “Spanish Exploration of Alaska, 1774-1796”
Margaret B. Allan, “Ward W. Wells, Jr.: Photographer of Modern Alaska”
vol2#2_cover_thumb Volume 2 / Number 2 / Fall 1987 – SOLD OUT
Frank Norris, “Showing Off Alaska: The Northern Tourist Trade, 1878-1941”
Augustus J. Veenendaal, Jr., “Guilders for Gold: Dutch Interest in the Alaska Central Railway Company”
William Schneider, “The Way the Old-Timers Tell It: Oral Sources of Alaska History”
Phyllis DeMuth, “James Wickersham: Collector of Pioneer Alaskana”
Volume 2 / Number 1 / Spring 1987 – SOLD OUT
Clark C. Spence, “The Ernst-Alaska Dredging Company: Small Dredge Technology on the Nome Beaches, 1910-1920”
Stephen Haycox, “William Paul, Sr., and the Alaska Voters’ Literacy Act of 1925”
Robert Fortuine, “Early Evidence of Infections Among Alaska Natives”
Robert L. S. Spude and Sandra McDermott Faulkner, “World War II at Dutch Harbor: Preserving the Record”
vol1#2_cover_thumb Volume 1 / Number 2 / Fall/Winter 1985/86 – SOLD OUT
William Schneider, “Chief Sesui and Lieutenant Herron: A Story of Who Controls the Bacon”
Louis L. Renner, S.J., “Francis A. Barnum, S.J.: Pioneer Alaskan Missionary and Linguist”
Mari Sardy, “Early Contact Between Aleuts and Russians, 1741-1780”
Katherine Arndt, trans., “Memorandum of Captain 2nd Rank Golovin on the Condition of the Aleuts in the Settlements of the Russian-American Company and on its Promyshlenniki”
“The Frontier Letters of a Post Commander’s Wife: Marietta Davis at Sitka, 1867”
vol1#1_cover_thumb Volume 1 / Number 1 / Fall 1984 – SOLD OUT
Ted C. Hinckley, “Alaska Pioneer and West Coast Town Builder, William Sumner Dodge”
Dorothy Jean Ray, “The Sinuk Mission: Experiment in Eskimo Relocation and Acculturation”
Morgan Sherwood, “Seal Poaching in the North Pacific: Japanese Raids on the Pribilofs, 1906”
Marvin W. Falk, “Bibliography of Translated Alaskan Materials”