Two books from Tom Walker detail how Denali National Park was established and rose to prominence despite mixed sentiments.
The author of Walter Harper: Alaska Native Son chronicles the live of adventure that honed Harper’s skills and enabled him to summit Denali.
This book by Frederick James Currier is an Alaskan adventure memoir of his time in the north from the late 1800s and early 1900s.
The book Saloons, Prostitutes, and Temperance in Alaska Territory explores what happened in the boomtown of Skagway after the gold rush.
Fifty Miles from Tomorrow is the memoir of Willie Hensley, one of the central figures in the long push for Alaska Native Rights.
A book review of Fortune’s Distant Shores, which tells the tale of the short-lived and often forgotten Kotzebue gold rush.
Brewers making craft beer are a key part of many communities in Alaska. The breweries are a local gathering place and source of pride.
The Iditarod Trail Invitational is a human-powered race by bike, ski, or foot each year that follows the Iditarod Trail.