Locations of Traps, July 28, 1900 Includes native villages, APA cannery, salmon traps, APA traps, PSWC traps, HBH traps in 1900. Data obtained by U.S.F.C. Str. "Albatross" (J. F. Moser, U.S.N.). Scale 20,000.
From a reconnaissance made in June 1890, by the officers of the U.S. Fish Com’n St’r “Albatross” Lieut. Com’d’r Z.L. Tanner, U.S. Navy Com’d’g. with additions made in July 1900, by the officers of the “Albatross”, Commander...
No’s 1 and 2 overlap as you can readily see. I possessed no tripod last summer and changed position considerably in taking the different numbers. There were nine refreshment places in this block where you can buy anything from buttermilk to...
Juneau, Alaska. July 10, 1923. Gov. Bone. President Harding. Secretary Work. President Harding’s visit to Alaska 1923, Gov. Bone is white X. Blue X Robert Waggoner (Very hidden). Winter & Pond, Juneau. Postcard.
Small panorama. Wharf July 7, 1920. Notes written on photo L to R: Native Camp, Room Bunk house moved from Douglas, Old log Cabin, Cookhouse moved from Douglas, Tease Creek, Saw Mill t-Boilers, Tool shop, Donkey, Mill Sight, Pipe from T, Pipe Line.
Building on right has bell mounted on roof. Signs in image: J.H. Chisel General Merchandise, Drug Store, Dr. Pryer, N.C. Hanson Hardware, U.S. ??? Alaska, Jas Fay Merchandise, Short Order Alaska Grill.
[list of stories in back of book - hand-numbered: 109 p.]
1. Em mim kon
2. Ivango’s lost sister
3. Sovek a chief and Se ra nak an orphan
4. Four lost brothers or a big drum
5. Running stick
6. The swan and an...
Remainder of title: Thomas Riggs, Jr., Member Alaskan Engineering Commission, and C. W. Richie and H. J. Atwell, Acting Register and Receiver of the United States Land Office, at Fairbanks, Alaska. Tanana Chiefs Council of 1915. ...