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Alaska Magazine Collection Finding Aid

About the Collection

  • Repository: Palmer Museum of History and Art
  • Processed By: Laura Frizzell
  • Date Collection Processed: June 2017
  • Collection Creator: Alaska; Morris Communications
  • Dates Covered by Collection: 1946 to 2012
  • Size of Collection: 11 boxes
  • Access: The collection is open for research.
  • Copyright: Copyright is maintained by Alaska magazine and Morris Communications.
  • Acquisition Information: The Alaska Magazine Collection was donated to the Palmer Museum of History and Art by Marian H. Parks estate, 2013.

Scope and Content Note

The Alaska magazine publication offers news and information about many aspects of living in Alaska. Founded in 1935 in Ketchikan, Alaska by Emery Fridolf Tobin and Ray Roady, the publication was initially titled Alaska Sportsman Magazine and catered primarily to the discussion and photography of fishing, hunting, camping, dog sledding, and other physical ventures. In 1969, a new title, Alaska, was adopted and has remained in use to the present day.

Over time, the articles within the magazine began to reflect different facets of Alaska living, including spotlights on Native cultures, the environment, the arts, cooking, and individuals. In addition to a broader focus in content, the magazine also expanded its readership to audiences outside the state of Alaska. The publication strives to represent many areas of Alaska; as such, articles frequently feature Native villages, Nome, Barrow, Juneau, Fairbanks, the Aleutian Islands, etc. This expansive focus on locations that are diverse in terms of culture, population, and geography creates a well-rounded depiction of the state. Reoccurring segments include: “End of the Trail,” “From Ketchikan to Barrow,” “Letters, Notes & Comments,” and others. Palmer, Alaska and the Matanuska Valley are regularly mentioned throughout the different issues, especially in articles that highlight agriculture.

The Alaska Magazine Collection was donated to the Palmer Museum of History and Art by the estate of Marian H. Parks. It consists of 485 individual issues ranging in date from November 1946 to June 2012. These issues are housed in eleven boxes. The museum has only kept issues of the publication that contain relevance to the city of Palmer and the surrounding Matanuska Valley. The majority of the magazines are in good condition, and those that display water damage or other signs of extensive wear have been placed in mylar sleeves. The cover and table of contents within each issue have been photographed and can be accessed digitally.

Subjects Included

  • Wildlife
  • Travel
  • Arts
  • Environment
  • Food
  • Hunting
  • Camping
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Canoeing
  • Skiing
  • Agriculture
  • Iditarod
  • Sled dogs
  • Geography
  • Families
  • Children
  • Housing
  • Holidays
  • Athletes
  • Homesteads

Container List

  • Box 1: 1. 70 issues (November 1946 to September 1964); (19”W x 26”L x 3.5” H)
  • Box 2: 1. 43 issues (February 1965 to December 1969); (19”W x 26”L x 3.5”H)
  • Box 3: 1. 42 issues (January 1970 to December 1973); (19”W x 26”L x 3.5” H)
  • Box 4: 1. 46 issues (January 1974 to December 1977); (19”W x 26”L x 3.5” H)
  • Box 5: 1. 43 issues (January 1978 to December 1981); (19”W x 26”L x 3.5” H)
  • Box 6: 1. 46 issues (January 1982 to December 1985); (19”W x 26”L x 3.5” H)
  • Box 7: 1. 43 issues (January 1986 to December 1989); (19”W x 26”L x 3.5” H)
  • Box 8: 1. 37 issues (January 1990 to January 1996); (19”W x 26”L x 3.5” H)
  • Box 9: 1. 43 issues (March 1996 to January 2002); (19”W x 26”L x 3.5” H)
  • Box 10: 1. 47 issues (March 2002 to January 2010); (19”W x 26”L x 3.5” H)
  • Box 11: 1. 14 issues (February 2010 to June 2012); (19”W x 26”L x 3.5” H)
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Issue:Description:Comments:Location:Object Id:
1946, NovemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features two women in front of a cabin. Articles include: “Bears Around the Bend,” “Troubles of a Troller,” etc.Relevant pages: 9 (“Alaska’s Fertile Farms”). This item has not been cataloged.Box 1 
1956, JulyAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a bear and a totem pole. Articles include information about the Richardson Highway, Kodiak bears, farmlands and dairy barns, etc.Relevant pages: 18-19 (“The Scenic Land”), 24-27 (“Cows, Bulls and Dairy Barns”), 30 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 51, 52Box 12012.13.01
1956, OctoberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a black bear stealing a boat from fishermen. Articles include information about William H. Seward, the Klondike, Manley Hot Springs, etc.Relevant page: 22 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”)Box 12012.13.02
1956, NovemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features an otter in water playing with a Japanese glass fishing float. Articles include information about the Kodiak- Afognak Island group, the mailboat, hunting Alaskan brown bears, etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 1 
1956, DecemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a moose running through a woman’s clothes line. Articles include photographs, letters from readers, and pieces about Klondike, the Arctic Wilderness, the Richardson Trail, etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 1 
1957, JanuaryAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a bear catching a salmon. Articles include information on dog sledding, the Taylor Highway, “Alaska Nellie” Lawson, etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 1 
1957, FebruaryAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a hunter aiming at a polar bear. Articles include information on bear hunters finding gold in a glacier, fishing king salmon, etc.Relevant pages: 24,26 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”)Box 12012.13.03
1957, MarchAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a man in a boat in water surrounded by caribou. Articles include information about the Norton Sound, throwing stones in Fairbanks, the Yukon, etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 1 
1957, MayAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a Native father and son fishing. Articles include information about moose, white whales, Dead Horse Gulch, etc.Relevant page: 30 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”)Box 12012.13.04
1957, JuneAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a bear attacking a musk ox while a man looks on. Articles include information about gardening, the salmon derby in Seward, Alaska restaurants, etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 1 
1957, JulyAlaska Sportsman. The cover shows a woman standing by a car admiring scenery. Articles include information about bears, mallards, the Baychimo ghost ship, etc.Annual pictorial number. This issue has not been cataloged.
1957, AugustAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a mountain range. Articles include information about grizzly bears, women truck drivers, the Lisianski Inlet, wolves, etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 1 
1957, OctoberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a mother seal and her pups. Articles include information about a Native artist in Shishmaref, T- Day in Sitka, a former solider at Saint Michael, etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 1 
1957, NovemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features an older Native man while a young couple dances in the background. Articles include information on sheep in the Cassiars, the Matanuska, animal conservation, etc.Relevant page: 30 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”)Box 12012.13.05
1957, DecemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a snowman with a bird on his pipe. Articles include information on gold mines, bear and moose hunting, the Kotzebue Sound, the Sternwheel Museum, etc.This issue has not been cataloged.  
1958, FebruaryAlaska Sportsman. The cover features the Matanuska River during winter. Articles include: “Tugboat Ethel,” “Eerie Underwater World,” etc.Relevant page: Cover, 14-15 (“What’s Another Day?”), 40 (“Alaskana”)Box 12012.13.06
1958, MarchAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a cannery in Prince William Sound. Articles include: “The Witch of Killisnoo,” “Those Imported Musk Oxen,” etc.Relevant pages: 16-17 (“Seed Spud Crucible”), 38 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”).Box 12012.13.07
1958, AprilAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a snowy scene with mountains and a body of water. Articles include information about salmon fishing in Bristol Bay, the Northern Lights, Kenai, etc.Relevant page: 31 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”)Box 12012.13.08
1958, MayAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a man with a boat in a mountain valley. Articles include information about bear hunting, sheep, prehistoric men in the Americas, etc.Relevant page: 29 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”)Box 12012.13.09
1958, JuneAlaska Sportsman. The cover features backpackers overlooking the White Hills of Kodiak. Articles include information on Kodiak, Kenai, fishing, Guy Kibbee, etc.Relevant pages: 27, 35Box 12012.13.010
1958, JulyAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a woman in summer clothes by a glacier. Articles include information about fishing, the Golden Derby, Seldovia, etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 1 
1958, AugustAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a couple overlooking a lake and mountain vista. Articles include information on the Yukon, ships, whales, etc.Annual pictorial number. This issue has not been cataloged.Box 1 
1958, SeptemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features people in front of Mendenhall Glacier. Articles include information about deer, prospecting, etc.Relevant pages: 11, 12 (“Letter from Matanuska”), 30Box 12012.13.011
1958, OctoberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a couple with a young moose. Articles include information on farming, the Yukon Telegraph Service, caribou migration, etc.Relevant pages: 28, 29 (“Moose in the Chicken House”)Box 12012.13.012
1958, NovemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features bears in rapids. Articles include information on steamboats, fishing, moose, Native individuals, the Yukon Telegraph Service, etc.Relevant page: 2 (“Kokogiak, Legendary Polar Bear”)Box 12012.13.013
1959, FebruaryAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a dog sled team in a snowy landscape. Articles include information about bear, caribou, Native individuals, the Yukon Telegraph Service, etc.Relevant pages: 20 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”)Box 12012.13.014
1959, MarchAlaska Sportsman. The cover features Mt. McKinley/Denali reflected in water. Articles include information about the Fisherman’s Railroad, prospecting, Native individuals, the Yukon Telegraph Service, etc.Relevant pages: 14 (“Calendar of Alaska Events”)Box 12012.13.015
1959, JuneAlaska Sportsman. Articles include information about goats, Native individuals, prospecting, ivory carving, etc.Relevant pages: 22-24 (“Here We Built Our Home”, 47, 48-Q, 57, 91. Statehood Issue.Box 12012.13.016
1959, DecemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a view of Auke Lake near Juneau as seen from the Chapel by the Lake. Articles include information about sled dogs, the Yukon, the Christmas ship, the Matanuska, etc.Relevant pages: 18-19 (“Another Year in the Matanuska”, 30- 32 (“Baranof Island Goat”)Box 12012.13.017
1960, FebruaryAlaska Sportsman. The cover features two people standing outside a cabin in a snowy landscape. Articles include information about sled dogs, trout, the Yukon, Nome, etc.Relevant pages: 9 (“Main Trails and Bypaths”)Box 12012.13.018
1960, MarchAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a person overlooking Mount Redoubt from Kenai. Articles include information about the Alaska Highway, bears, caribou, Petersburg, etc.Relevant pages: 8- 9 (“Hidden Valley Grayling”), 35 (“Reporter on the Road”), 60-62Box 12012.13.019
1960, JulyAlaska Sportsman. The cover features Mt. McKinley/Denali at dusk. Articles include information about Klondike, game, Roswell Bay, polar bears, etc.Relevant pages: 33 (“A New Author”Box 12012.13.020
1960, OctoberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features Long Lake during autumn. Articles include information about wolves, rams, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game newsletter, etc.Relevant pages: 27 (“Fire on the Tundra”Box 12012.13.021
1960, NovemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features big-horn sheep. Articles include information about the Pacific walrus, Yukon steamboat, Oolook and the Bering bulls, etc.Relevant pages: 24,25,26,27 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 59 (“Homesteading from Scratch”)Box 12012.13.022
1960, DecemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features Auke Lake at winter. Articles include information about northern fur seals, moose, homesteading, ice fishing, etc.Relevant pages: 29 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”)Box 12012.13.023
1961, JanuaryAlaska Sportsman. The cover features an aerial view of Anchorage. Articles include information about wolverine, moose, igloos, homesteading, Anchorage, etc.Relevant pages: 19, 20 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 32 (“City on Top of the World”)Box 12012.13.024
1961, FebruaryAlaska Sportsman. The cover features the Trout River along Alaska Highway. Articles include information about sea otters, Anchorage, the Yukon steamboat, etc.Relevant pages: 13, 15 (“How to Acquire Government Land in Alaska”), 22 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 35, 36 (“Along Northern Trails at Presstime”), 52 (“Homesteading from Scratch”)Box 12012.13.025
1961, MarchAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a troller passing through Favorite Channel. Articles include information about mountain goats, farming, Anchorage, etc.Relevant pages: 2- 3, 24 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 25 (“Alaska Department of Fish and Game Newsletter”), 28, 32 (“City on Top of the World”).Box 12012.13.026
1961, AprilAlaska Sportsman. The cover features Mt. McKinley/Denali at night. Articles include information about wolves, elk, Glacier cabin, homesteading, etc.Relevant pages: 12-13 (“I Killed Me a Wolf”), 19, 21, 22, 24 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 27 (“Alaska Department of Fish and Game Newsletter”), 28 (“Glacier Cabin”), 32 (“The Weasels of Alaska”), 35, 44, 49-51.Box 12012.13.027
1961, JuneAlaska Sportsman. The cover features the Keno Steamship during its last run. Articles include information about prospecting, Disney, bald eagles, homesteading, etc.Relevant pages: 11,13,14 (“Alaska’s Growing State Parks System”), 44 (“The Alaskan Camp Cook”)Box 12012.13.028
1961, JulyAlaska Sportsman. The cover features grayling fishing on the Little Tonsina. Articles include information on Nome dog sledding, Baranov, conservation, grayling, walrus, etc.Relevant pages: 14-17 (“Alaska Conservation – G.I. Style”), 21,22 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 41- 43 (“The Alaskan Camp Cook”)Box 12012.13.029
1961, AugustAlaska Sportsman. The cover features moose in front of a mountain landscape in the evening. Articles include information about Alaska’s Ptarmigan, Malinka Queen of the Malemutes, Aleutian Crossroads, etc.Relevant pages: 28, 29 (“I Loved Alaska and the Highway”), 40, 42 (“Along Northern Trails”)Box 12012.13.030
1961, SeptemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover shows a fish wheel in use on the Klutina. Articles include information about the Nagoon Berry, the snowshoe hare, buck, etc.Relevant pages: 32-33, 34 (“Along Northern Trails”)Box 12012.13.031
1961, OctoberAlaska Sportsman. The cover shows a cabin in the Kenai. Articles include information about igloo potters, the hoary marmot, gold prospecting, etc.Relevant pages: 11 (“Full Bag in McKinley Park”),16, (“An Eye for an Eye”), 28-37 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 44 (“Alaska Department of Fish and Game Newsletter”)Box 12012.13.032
1961, NovemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features the Aleutian Shores. Articles include information about bison, grouse, medicine women, the Nome sweepstakes, etc.Relevant pages: 24 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 37, 39, 40 (“The Alaskan Camp Cook”)Box 12012.13.033
1962, JanuaryAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a winter scene. Articles include information about the Yukon cattle drive, magpie, Nome, etc.Relevant pages: 6 (“Winter Scene”)Box 12012.13.034
1962, AprilAlaska Sportsman. The cover features McKinley/Denali park in the winter. Articles include information about Nome, Cheechako totem, caribou, etc.Relevant pages: 38, 41 (“Kobuk Diary”)Box 12012.13.035
1962, JuneAlaska Sportsman. The cover features the Tikchiks. Articles include information about wildfires, the Northern Lights, waterfowl nesting habitat, Nome, etc.Relevant pages: 33, 35, 38 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”)Box 12012.13.036
1962, JulyAlaska Sportsman. The cover features Sitka Harbor. Articles include information about trophy walrus, Muldrow Glacier, the hatchery at Hugh Smith, etc.Relevant pages: 38, 39 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”)Box 12012.13.037
1962, AugustAlaska Sportsman. The cover features Native girls at Hooper Bay. Articles include information about Robert Campbell, Chilkat dancers, rams, etc.Relevant pages: 37, 39, 41 (“Bear Den in the Thunder Hills”)Box 12012.13.038
1962, SeptemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features Atlin, British Colombia. Articles include information about prospecting, flying squirrels, caribou, etc.Relevant pages: 14, 15 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 26-27 (“Lake Louise Caribou”), 39, 44 (“Snowslide on Chilkoot Pass.”)Box 12012.13.039
1962, OctoberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features winter fields in Matanuska. Articles include information about prospecting, grizzly bears, trout, Nunivak holiday, etc.Relevant pages: Cover, 35, 41 (“We Wanted to Homestead”)Box 12012.13.040
1962, NovemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a camp on a slope of Mt. McKinley/Denali. Articles include information about prospecting, moose, sheefish, etc.Relevant pages: 32 (“Sitka’s Derby Queen”)Box 12012.13.041
1963, JanuaryAlaska Sportsman. The cover features the Northern Lights. Articles include information about prospecting, sheep, rams, etc.Relevant pages: 29-30, 31, 32, 40 (“Down the Gulkana”)Box 12012.13.042
1963, FebruaryAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a portrait of Kiam. Articles include information about homesteads, the Klondike, the salmon derby, white whale, etc.Relevant pages: 35 (“The Monthly Milepost”)Box 12012.13.043
1963, MarchAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a fly fisherman. Articles include information about the Northern Lights, salmon, baseball, moose nets, geese, etc.Relevant pages: 31 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”)Box 12012.13.044
1963, AprilAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a dog team. Articles include information about sled dogs, grizzly bears, Nome, etc.Relevant pages: 28-29 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”)Box 12012.13.045
1963, JuneAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a trapper’s cache in McKinley Park. Articles include information about the Klondike, Frank Yasuda, Zapora Queen of the Halibut Streamers, etc.Relevant pages: 21 (“New Life for the Davidson Ditch”), 31, 41 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”)Box 12012.13.047
1963, JulyAlaska Sportsman. The cover features Portage Glacier. Articles include information about snow geese, Dall sheep, the Alaska Highway, etc.Relevant pages: 37 (“Mileposts”), 42 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”)Box 12012.13.048
1963, AugustAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a Port Chilkoot tribal house. Articles include information about Lakes of Revilla, wolverine, the Klondike, etc.Relevant pages: 37 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”)Box 12012.13.049
1963, SeptemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features Anan Creek. Articles include information about moose, sled dog trails, Arctic rescue, etc.Relevant pages: 11 (“Mileposts”), 16 (“Of Wind and Moose”), 18-20, 23 (“Maps and Mileposts”), 42 (“Ketchikan to Barrow”), 43, 44 (“End of the Trail”).Box 12012.13.050
1963, OctoberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a mother brown bear and her cub. Articles include information about Arctic housing, ram, S.S. Nenana, etc.Relevant pages: 4 (“Letters, Notes, and Comments”), 45 (“End of the Trail”)Box 12012.13.051
1963, DecemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features Whitehorse at night. Articles include information about the Valdez Trail, motorcycle racing on ice, the Yukon, etc.Relevant pages: 31 (“Ketchikan to Barrow”), 36, 38 (“Training Young Huskies”)Box 12012.13.052
1964, JanuaryAlaska Sportsman. The cover features walrus hunters. Articles include information about dog sledding, camping, hunting, farming, etc.Relevant pages: 10-14 (“Knik”), 35, 38-39 (“It Happened Like This”), 45 (“Ends of the Trail”)Box 12012.13.053
1964, FebruaryAlaska Sportsman. The cover features the Brooks River. Articles include information about open cattle ranches, game, sailing, farming, etc.Relevant pages: 27, 28 (“Ketchikan to Barrow”)Box 12012.13.054
1964, AprilAlaska Sportsman. The cover features people riding horseback in the high country. Articles include information about cruising on the Kobuk, Anaktuvuk Pass, farming, etc.Relevant pages: 32-34 (“It Happened Like This”), 45 (“End of the Trail”)Box 12012.13.055
1964, MayAlaska Sportsman. The cover features trout fishing at Lake Atlin. This issue includes a statewide pictorial, and articles about fishing, pioneers, dog sledding, etc.Relevant pages: 3 (“Letters, Notes, & Comment”), 18 (“Industry”), 25 (“Mileposts”), 32 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”)Box 12012.13.056
1964, JuneAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a little boy holding a fish. Articles include information about the wreck of the Tahoma, wolf hunting, a visit to Ruby, an Alaska earthquake, etc.Relevant pages: 51 (“Sled Dog Trails”), 61 (“End of the Trail”)Box 12012.13.057
1964, JulyAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a Native girl jumping on a skin outstretched by members of her community. Articles include information about grizzlies, salmon, trout fishing, etc.Relevant pages: 18-21 (“Alaska Land – Want Some?”), 58-60 (“Northlanders”), 61 (“End of the Trail”)Box 12012.13.058
1964, SeptemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a hiker and a dog looking out at a mountain. Articles include information about glaciers, hunting, Kodiaks and Bows, logging, etc.Relevant pages: 22 (“Come See Our Glaciers”), 39, 42 (“Ketchikan to Barrow”)Box 12012.13.059
1964, NovemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a bull moose. Articles include information about moose, storms, black bear, salmon traps, Talkeetna, etc.Relevant pages: 58 (“Mileposts”), 59 (“End of the Trail”)Box 12012.13.060
1965, FebruaryAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a seaside town. Articles include information about logging camps, salt water goats, brown bear hunting, etc.Relevant pages: 41 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 61 (“End of the Trail”)Box 22012.13.061
1965, AprilAlaska Sportsman. The cover features an aerial view Sitka. Articles include information about the Alaska State Fair, Nome, moose hunting, Kanatak, etc.Relevant pages: 6 (“The Frontspiece”), 8- 12 (“Alaska State Fair”), 42 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 61 (“End of the Trail”)Box 22012.13.062
1965, MayAlaska Sportsman. The cover features boats in a dock. Articles include information about Manley Hot Springs, salmon, sled dog trails, etc.Relevant pages: 7 (“Main Trails and Bypaths”), 24-29 (“Willow Creek Mining District, Part 1”), 31 (“May in Alaska’s History”), 61 (“End of the Trail”)Box 22012.13.063
1965, JuneAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a boy looking out at Mt. McKinley/Denali from across a tundra pond. Articles include information about sled dog trails, camping on the Kenai, the Valdez trail, etc.Relevant pages: 15-19 (“Willow Creek Mining District, Part 2”), 62 (“End of the Trail”)Box 22012.13.064
1965, JulyAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a red salmon. Articles include information about moose, Sitka’s holiday for for loggers, Sam White, etc.Relevant pages: 10 (“Alaskas Moose”), 29 (“July in Alaska’s History”)Box 22012.13.065
1965, AugustAlaska Sportsman. The cover features caribou on ice. Articles include information about birds of the Yukon delta, Sam White, Stever Mine, etc.Relevant page: 60 (“End of the Trail”)Box 22012.13.066
1965, SeptemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a grizzly bear at play. Articles include information about duck, polar bears, Martin Radovan, etc.Relevant pages: 41, 42 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 54 (“Early Days at Stewart”), 58 (“Mileposts”), 60 (“End of the Trail”)Box 22012.13.067
1965, OctoberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features red foxes. Articles include information about agriculture, John P. Clum, Skwentna, etc.Relevant pages: 26-28 (“Potatoes and Vegetables”), 31 (“End of the Trail”), 42 (“Sled Dog Trails”)Box 22012.13.068
1965, NovemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features goats. Articles include information about hunting walrus, salmon fishing, goats, Sam White, etc.Relevant pages: 68, 69 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 83 (“End of the Trail”), 87-89 (“My First Wolf”)Box 22012.13.069
1965, DecemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features snow geese on Stikine river flats. Articles include information about moose, bear hunting, ice men, etc.Relevant pages: 16-17 (“Back to Dust”), 22 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”)Box 22012.13.070
1966, JanuaryAlaska Sportsman. The cover features the fishing vessel Chatham on Iniskin Bay. Articles include information about Matanuska Valley farming, Wrangell, the Northland doctor’s wife, etc.Relevant pages: 12-14 (“Matanuska Valley Farming – Dairying”), 19 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 25 (“January in Alaska’s History”), 31 (“Our Brown Pirate”), 52 (“End of the Trail”)Box 22012.13.071
1966, FebruaryAlaska Sportsman. The cover features the Emperor Goose. Articles include information about the emperor goose, sled dogs, the Northland doctor’s wife, etc.Relevant pages: 27 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 54, 55 (“End of the Trail”)Box 22012.13.072
1966, AprilAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a grayling fisherman. Articles include information about trout, glaciers, goats, etc.Relevant pages: 58-59 (“Alaska and B.C.-Yukon Fishing Guide”)Box 22012.13.073
1966, MayAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a browsing moose. Articles include information about ice floes, Arctic fishing, sled dog trails, etc.Relevant pages: 24 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 30 (“Sled Dog Trails”)Box 22012.13.074
1966, JulyAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a red fox. Articles include information about whalebone, kayaking, cabins and totems, etc.Relevant pages: 42 (“The North in Print”), 43, 45 (“The Monthly Milepost”)Box 22012.13.075
1966, OctoberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features Moose Creek in September. Articles include information about White River bulls, white fox, beaver trapper, etc.Relevant pages: 30 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 53 (“The Monthly Milepost”)Box 22012.13.076
1966, NovemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features bull caribou. Articles include information about grizzlies, porcupine, game laws, etc.Relevant pages: 17 (“Poisoining Means Good Fishing”), 28 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”)Box 22012.13.077
1966, DecemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features the Aurora Borealis over Fairbanks. Articles include information about the people of Old Crow, porcupine, and the last days of Attu Village, etc.Relevant pages: 45 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 54 (“End of the Trail”), 55, 59 (“Sled Dog Trails”)Box 22012.13.078
1967, JanuaryAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a dog team. Articles include information about Dolomi, sled dog trails, moose, etc.Relevant pages: 10-13 (“Moose Can be Mean”), 40, 41, 44 (“The Centennial: It’s a Big Year Ahead”)Box 22012.13.079
1967, FebruaryAlaska Sportsman. The cover features the Port Heiden Emperor Goose hunt. Articles include information about polar bear, Chilkats, sled dog trails, etc.Relevant pages: 41 (“Centennial Album”), 50 (“End of the Trail”)Box 22012.13.080
1967, MarchAlaska Sportsman. The cover features Mt. McKinley/Denali. Articles include information about: Klutina Lake, fish traps, sled dog trails, etc.Relevant pages: 52 (“North in Print”), 55 (“End of the Trail”)Box 22012.13.081
1967, AprilAlaska Sportsman. The cover features Alaska Peninsula brown bears. Articles include information about William Henry Seward, the black bull of Ewan Lake, a hidden grayling lake, etc.Relevant pages: 36 (“Another Dolly Varden Trip”), 54, 55 (“End of the Trail”)Box 22012.13.082
1967, MayAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a photo from the Alaska range. Articles include information about wolves, Kenai National Moose Camp, rockhounds and octopi, etc.Relevant pages: 9- 10 (“A Goat for a Kid”), 51-52 (“North in Print”), 11-13 (“Breaking Trail to Palmer”), 34 (“We Fly the Highway”), 46, 38 (“Sled Dog Trails”).Box 22012.13.083
1967, JulyAlaska Sportsman. The cover features M.V. Schwatka. Articles include information about Snookum the Moose, grouse, whale hunting, etc.Relevant page: 55 (“End of the Trail”)Box 22012.13.084
1967, AugustAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a brown bear. Articles include information about glacier surges, Tom Gibson, rock paintings on the Tuksuk, etc.Relevant page: 55 (“End of the Trail”)Box 22012.13.085
1967, SeptemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features Mt. Brooks. Articles include information about musk ox, sheep hunt, a Fairbanks log cabin, etc.Relevant pages: 13-14 (“Working Man’s Sheep Hunt”), 38 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 54, 56 (“End of the Trail”)Box 22012.13.086
1967, OctoberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features McKinley Park. Articles include information about wolves, canoes, the Cassiar, etc.Relevant pages: 1 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 54 (“The North in Print”), 61 (“End of the Trail”)Box 22012.13.087
1967, DecemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a blacktail buck. Articles include information about Christmas at Shishmaref, moose hunting, the Brooks Range sheep hunt, etc.Relevant pages: 43, 44 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 53, 54 (“End of the Trail”).Box 22012.13.088
1968, JanuaryAlaska Sportsman. The cover features Sitka blacktail in winter. Articles include information about razor clams, sled dog tails, the Calder, etc.Relevant pages: 33 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 40 (“Monthly Milepost”), 46, 48 (“The North in Print”)Box 22012.13.089
1968, FebruaryAlaska Sportsman. The cover features Tom Cod Jigging, Kotzebue. Articles include information about Jimmy Kane, grizzly bears, sea bird refugees, etc.Relevant pages: 38 (“Tundra”), 40, 41 (“The Monthly Milepost”), 55 (“End of the Trail”)Box 22012.13.090
1968, MarchAlaska Sportsman. The cover features Seward Highway. Articles include information about spirit houses, hunting, sourdough bread, etc.Relevant pages: 55, 56 (“End of the Trail”)Box 22012.13.091
1968, AugustAlaska Sportsman. The cover features summer caribou. Articles include information about brown bears, the mastodon flower, sled dog trails, etc.Relevant pages: 31 (“The Mastodon Flower”), 35 (“There Are Orchids in Alaska”), 44, 52, 53 (“The North in Print”), 54, 56 (“End of the Trail”).Box 22012.13.092
1968, SeptemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features a mountain sheep hunt. Articles include information about goldmining, fishing, sled dog trails, etc.Relevant pages: 51 (“Monthly Milepost”), 53 (“End of the Trail”)Box 22012.13.093
1968, OctoberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features Mt. McKinley. Articles include information about trapping, cranberries, tracking, etc.Relevant pages: 38 (“The Monthly Milepost”), 55, 56 (“End of the Trail”)Box 22012.13.094
1968, NovemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features the Dall ram. Articles include information about polar bear, wolf hunting, the Kenai sheep hunt, etc.Relevant pages: 33 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 55 (“End of the Trail”)Box 22012.13.095
1968, DecemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features Auke Lake at Mendenhall Glacier. Articles include information about the Alaska range, mushing, trapping, etc.Relevant pages: 9, 44-45. 1969 calendar included.Box 22012.13.096
1969, JanuaryAlaska Sportsman. The cover features Sitka blacktail deer. Articles include information about the first bank in Klondike, an arctic wedding, walrus, etc.Relevant pages: 41, 42 (“Sled Dog Trails”), 55 (“End of the Trail”)Box 22012.13.097
1969, FebruaryAlaska Sportsman. The cover features Charlie, the pet bull moose at Fort Richardson. Articles include information about snow goats, sled dog trails, etc.Relevant pages: 19-20 (“An Alaska Military History”), 30 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 55 (“End of the Trail”)Box 22012.13.098
1969, MarchAlaska Sportsman. The cover features the North American sled dog championship race. Articles include information about rams, the Katmai National Monument, Alaskan military history, etc.Relevant pages: 55 (“End of the Trail”)Box 22012.13.099
1969, JuneAlaska Sportsman. The cover features seagulls. Articles include information about sled dog trails, a housewife at sea, bear hunting, etc.Relevant pages: 55,56, 60 (“End of the Trail”)Box 22012.13.100
1969, AugustAlaska Sportsman. The cover features red foxes and McKinley National Park. Articles include information about seal hunting, sled dog trails, the Karluk, etc. (“The Monthly Milepost”), 55 (“End of the Trail”)Relevant pages: 15 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 47, 48Box 22012.13.101
1969, SeptemberAlaska Sportsman. The cover features Dolly Varden from the Eek River. Articles include information about Alaska’s State Fish Awards, trout, razor clams, etc.Relevant pages: 10-11 (“Sheefish – Eskimo Tarpon”), 37, 44 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 60 (“End of the Trail”)Box 22012.13.102
1969, NovemberALASKA.The cover features Sitka blacktail deer. Articles include information about Matanuska Valley harvest time, sled dog trails, Funter Bay’s Little Sweden, etc.Relevant pages: 9 (“Handicapped Hunt”), 16-17 (“Matanuska Valley Harvest Time”), 33 (“Alaska Here We Came!”), 42, 49 (“Housewife at Sea”) .Box 22012.13.103
1969, DecemberALASKA. The cover features a Kutchin Athabascan lad. Contents include an introduction to Alaska, 1970 calendar, letters notes & comments, etc.Relevant pages: A1, 39, 40, 41, 45, 62. 1970 calendar. The first issue under the name ALASKA.Box 22012.13.104
1970, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features a Husky dog. Articles include information a ghost town, walrus hunting, the Russian Orthodox Church, etc.Relevant pages: 18 (“A Young Woman Comes to Alaska”), 21 (“The Alaska Sportsman”), 36 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 53, 54, 59 (“End of the Trail”)Box 32012.13.105
1970, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features a lynx. Articles include information about ptarmigan, amphibians, sled dog trails, etc.Relevant pages: 24 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 54, 59 (“End of the Trail”)Box 32012.13.106
1970, MarchALASKA. The cover features a ship in water at night. Articles include information about sourdough recipes, fish camp, sled dog trails, etc.Relevant pages: 3 (“1970 Alaska Travel Calendar”), 38 (“Wild River, Part II)”, 52 (“End of the Trail”)Box 32012.13.107
1970, AprilALASKA. The cover features a Toklat grizzly bear. Articles include information about Alaska’s Russian Easter, Joe and Fannie Quigley, the Talkeetnas, etc.Relevant pages: 27-29 (“Backpacking in the Talkeetnas”), 50, 51, 54 (“End of the Trail”)Box 32012.13.108
1970, MayALASKA. The cover features bull walrus. Articles include information about the Inuit bible, walrus, Cape Newenham, etc.Relevant pages: A7, 54 (“End of the Trail”)Box 32012.13.109
1970, JuneALASKA. The cover features a black bear. Articles include information about sourdough, a Klondike woman’s diary, bird photography, etc.Relevant pages: 54 (“End of the Trail”)Box 32012.13.110
1970, JulyALASKA. The cover features children of the Nunivak Island. Articles include information about Jack King, basket weavers of Nunivak, homesteaders, etc.Relevant pages: 25, 26, 48, 55Box 32012.13.111
1970, AugustALASKA. The cover features the Aleutka. Articles include information about bears, Chena Ridge, Lituya Bay, etc.Relevant pages: A1, A13, 48, 49 (“The Monthly Milepost”), 55 (“End of the Trail”)Box 32012.13.112
1970, OctoberALASKA. The cover features caribou bull. Articles include information about snowmobiles, swans, canoeing, etc.Relevant pages: 63, 64, 66, 75 (“End of the Trail”)Box 32012.13.113
1970, NovemberALASKA. The cover features the Midnight Sun 600 Race. Articles include information about sled dog trails, moose, musk ox, homesteads, etc.Relevant pages: 12 (“Sled Dog Trails”), 30-32 (“4-wheeling Family Fun”), A8Box 32012.13.114
1971, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features the Coast Guard cutter Northwind. Articles include information about birds of the Bering Sea, loons and ravens, traveling the Steese, Alaskan wolf, etc.Relevant pages: 44 (“Padre of the Logs”), A6, 59 (“The Alaska- Northland Calendar”), 67, 68 (“End of the Trail”)Box 32012.13.115
1971, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features snow bunting. Articles include information about the totems of Old Kasaan,  Alaskan wolf, Hatcher Pass, etc. (“End of the Trail”)Relevant pages: 35 (“Skies Over Hatcher Pass”), 42 (“The Dipper”), 54 (“The Alaska- Northland Calendar”), 66Box 32012.13.116
1971, MarchALASKA. The cover features sled dogs. Articles include information about Teslin snowshoes, Tracy Arm, running the Alsek, etc.Relevant pages: A8, 65, 66, 68, 72 (“End of the Trail”)Box 32012.13.117
1971, AprilALASKA. The cover features Mount Moffet, Adak Island. Articles include information about seal hunting, the Alaska highway, walrus islands, etc.Relevant pages: 9 (Letters, Notes, & Comments), A3, A7, 65, 66 (“End of the Trail”), 68 (“The Alaska- Northland Calendar”)Box 32012.13.118
1971, MayALASKA. The cover features Siberian Huskies in Northwest territories. Articles include information about Robert Service, boat building, the Harding Ice Field, etc.Relevant pages: 2- 3 (Rock Hounds’ Guide), 8 (Letters Notes & Comments), 28 (The Monsters are Dying Off), A1, A4, 65, 67, 69, 72 (End of the Trail).Box 32012.13.119
1971, JuneALASKA. The cover features a Dall ram. Articles include information about Siberia, gardening, the Arctic tern, etc.Relevant pages: 19 (“The Alaska Sportsman”), 23 (“The Northwest Traveler”), A6Box 32012.13.120
1971, JulyALASKA. The cover features a Tinglit canoe at Sitka. Articles include information about Siberia, Eklutna, salmon, etc.Relevant pages: 3 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 18- 19 (“Will Eklutna Surivive?”), 23 (“The Alaska Northwest Traveler”), 38 (“Color Around the North”), 65 (“End of the Trails”)Box 32012.13.121
1971, AugustALASKA. The cover features a rocky mountain billy goat. Articles include information about Jack Thayer, wild berries, healing, permafrost, etc.Relevant pages: 9 (Letters Notes and Comments), 31 (The Alaska Northwest Traveler), 52, 55 (Oil Seeps)Box 32012.13.122
1971, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features Eldrid Rock Light. Articles include information about Inuit culture, salmon, grayling, etc.Relevant pages: 70 (End of the Trail)Box 32012.13.123
1971, OctoberALASKA. The cover features a pair of bull moose. Articles include information about Arctic bird watching and photography, Prince of Wales Island, the Yukon, etc.Relevant pages: 10 (From Ketchikan to Barrow), 24-26 (Puppies, Boys, and Ducks)Box 32012.13.124
1971, NovemberALASKA. The cover features Inuit individuals whale hunting. Articles include information about moose,Cande Pass, whale hunting, etc.Relevant pages: 27 (“Snafu on Showshoes”), 28 (“Fruit Boat”), A1, A8, 67 (“End of the Trail”), 71 (“Pen Pals”).Box 32012.13.125
1971, DecemberALASKA. The cover features a cabin in interior Alaska. Articles include: From Ketchikan to Barrow, The Alaska Northwest Traveler, Introduction to Alaska, etc.Relevant pages: 9 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), G10Box 32012.13.126
1972, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features a tired sled dog. Articles include information about seals, canoeing, jade, etc.Relevant pages: 17 (“Flying the Alaska Highway in Mid-winter”), 31 (“She Carved Her Canoe”), A8, 70 (“End of the Trail”)Box 32012.13.127
1972, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features children of St. Lawrence Island. Articles include information about Makushin – Burning Mountain, William Duncan, the Cisco Streamer, etc.Relevant pages: A7, 68, 69 (“End of the Trail”)Box 32012.13.128
1972, MayALASKA. The cover features the Kirk Point area near Ketchikan. Articles include information about eagles in Homer, gold prospecting, rainbow trout, etc.Relevant pages: 66, 67, 68 (“End of the Trail”), 78 (“Pen Pals”)Box 32012.13.129
1972, JuneALASKA. The cover features Alaska brown grizzlies at McNeil River. Articles include information about fishing, trout in Naknek Lake, Alaskan graveyards, etc.Relevant pages: 32 (“Of Golduggers and of Mooses”), 65 (“Why I Remember Alaska’s Graveyards”), 69 (“End of the Trail”)Box 32012.13.130
1972, JulyALASKA. The cover features Kathleen Lake. Articles include information about a Native village, Tugidak seals, Noyse Mountains, etc.Relevant pages: 26 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 67, 69 (“End of the Trail”)Box 32012.13.131
1972, AugustALASKA. The cover features a moose shedding velvet. Articles include information about the Queen Charlotte Islands, clam, eagles, brown bears, etc.Relevant pages: 9-11 (“Rampaging River”), 53-55 (“A Clam Safari”), A1, 67, 68.Box 32012.13.132
1972, SeptemberALASKA. Th cover features the Tanner crab vessel. Articles include information about Tanner crab, Port Alexander, kelp, etc.Relevant pages: 22 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A7, A15, A16, 69 (“End of the Trail”).Box 32012.13.133
1972, OctoberALASKA. The cover features southeastern Alaska pike fishing. Articles include information about the gold rush, Sitka, moose, etc.Relevant pages: 24 (“Alaska Miracle: Freezeup at Chitina”), A2, 59 (“Alaskan Genesis”)Box 32012.13.134
1972, NovemberALASKA. The cover features youngsters from Nunapitchuk Village. Articles include information about the gold rush, Jim Brooks, a visit to Kanaga Island, etc.Relevant pages: A1, A2, A11, A12, 68 (“End of the Trail”)Box 32012.13.135
1972, DecemberALASKA. The cover features Nome’s community Christmas tree. Articles include: From Ketchikan to Barrow, the Alaska/Yukon trading post, the Guide Post, etc.Relevant pages: 9, 11 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), G2, G14, G15 (“Introduction to Alaska”), A12. Two copies available.Box 32012.13.136
1973, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features a dog team and driver on frozen Arctic Ocean. Articles include information about: Vikings on the Shelikof, the gold rush, foxes, etc.Relevant pages: 32 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 68, 69 (“End of the Trail”), 76 (“My Summer as a Star”), 79 (“Pen Pals”)Box 32012.13.137
1973, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features frosted trees on a sunny winter’s morning. Articles include information about birds on birch, the Alaska/Yukon trading post, the gold rush, etc.Relevant pages: A2, 61 (“Jiggling for Pike”), 68, 69 (“End of the Trail”)Box 32012.13.138
1973, MarchALASKA. The cover shows future sled dogs at play. Articles include information about traveling from Anchorage to Nome, wild goose, gold rush, etc.Relevant pages: 34 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A6, A14-A15, A16, 66 (“End of the Trail”).Box 32012.13.139
1973, AprilALASKA. The cover features seals at Resurrection Bay. Articles include information about the gold rush, shrimpers in Petersburg, Seward, etc.Relevant pages: 5, 6 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 12, 13, 17 (“We Waited to Die”)Box 32012.13.140
1973, MayALASKA. The cover features Dick Brown of Fairbanks and Skagway King. Articles include information about Wrangell, the gold rush, grayling, etc.Relevant pages: 19 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A16, 65, 66 (“End of the Trail”)Box 32012.13.141
1973, JuneALASKA. The cover features the seiner, Kristine Marie. Articles include information about halibut, scallops, Ketchikan, Fairbanks, etc.Relevant pages: 25, A5, 69Box 32012.13.142
1973, JulyALASKA. The cover features brown bears at McNeil River. Articles include information about black bears, the gold rush, agriculture, etc.Relevant pages: A15, 64, 66, 67 (“End of the Trail”)Box 32012.13.143
1973, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features caribou bull in Mt. McKinleY/Denali National Park. Articles include information about Eliza Van Bibber, salmon fishermen, White Mountain rams, etc.Relevant pages: 16 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A11, 65 (“The Guide Post”), 77 (“Calendar”)Box 32012.13.144
1973, OctoberALASKA. The cover features gold mining near Mt. McKinley/Denali. Articles include information about hunting polar bear in Canada, the McCarthy Road, Atlin, etc.Relevant pages: 17 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A2, 70, 74, 76, 78 (“End of the Trail”)Box 32012.13.145
1973, NovemberALASKA. The cover features Bob Zuboff, lineal chief of the Basket Bay Tlingit tribe and head of the Beaver clan at Angoon. Articles include information about winter, boats, caribou, etc.Relevant pages: 27 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A6, A7, 78 (“End of the Trail”).Box 32012.13.146
1973, DecemberALASKA. The cover features the Russian Orthodox Church at Angoon. Articles include information about caribou, Christmas, etc.Relevant pages: G4, G16, A3, A14. Includes the 1974 calendar.Box 32012.13.147
1974, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features dogs before a dog sled race. Articles include information about Willie Campbell, planes, Machetanz artist, etc.Relevant pages: 32-35 (“The Artist Machetanz”), A14, 55 (“The Guide Post”), 71, 72 (“End of the Trail”).Box 42012.13.148
1974, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features fishing floats and part of the Kodiak fleet. Articles include information about Prudhoe Bay pipeyard, Alaska travel planner special, the Shumagin Islands, etc.Relevant pages: 18 (“Alaska Travel Planner Special”), 32 (Letters Notes & Comments), A9, A16, 52.Box 42012.13.149
1974, MarchALASKA. The cover features a mother polar bear and cubs near Barter Island. Articles include information about the Iditarod trail, Cold Bay, crab digging, etc.Relevant pages: A2, A7, A14, 60, 62 (“The Alaska Yukon Trading Post”), 69 (“End of the Trail”).Box 42012.13.150
1974, MayALASKA. The cover features a Sitka blacktail fawn. Articles include information about Russian Easter in Sitka, silver lode at Elbow Creek, the Yukon life style, etc.Relevant pages: 21, 59, 71Box 42012.13.151
1974, JuneALASKA. The cover features Kelly Floss fly fishing for grayling. Articles include information about Atlin, flowers of Attu, tidepool critters, etc.Relevant pages: 13 (“Glossary of Alaska Place Names”), 27 (“Letters Notes & Comments”), 30- 31 (“The Matanuska Valley Colony Barns”), A10, A12, 56 (“End of the Trail”), 75 (“The Alaska-Yukon Trading Post”).Box 42012.13.152
1974, JulyALASKA. The cover features Bristol Bay salmon fishing. Articles include information about lighthouses, fishery, floating the Karluk, etc.Relevant pages: A7, A12, 67 (“The Guide Post”)Box 42012.13.153
1974, AugustALASKA. The cover features a bald eagle. Articles include information about grizzlies, pelican, villages, etc.Relevant pages: A10, A12, 55 (“End of the Trail”), 69 (“The Guide Post”), 71 (“The Alaska- Yukon Trading Post”)Box 42012.13.154
1974, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features a 51- foot whale being hauled in by a crew near Barrow. Articles include information about the pipeline, Kodiak, the Yukon’s highest flyer, etc.Relevant pages: 30-31 (“The Alaska Sportsman”), 44 (“Color Around the North”), 59, 62, 63 (“The Guide Post”), 64 (“Glossary of Alaska Place Names”).Box 42012.13.155
1974, OctoberALASKA. The cover features male deer. Articles include information about Devil’s Canyon, Yukon river people, John Pitcher, etc.Relevant pages: A2, 58 (“End of the Trail”), 73, 76 (“Pen Pals”)Box 42012.13.156
1974, NovemberALASKA. The cover features a grizzly bear. Articles include information about trapping, Montague Island, Rufus Moody, etc.Relevant pages: 27 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A2, 56 (“Glossary of Alaska Place Names”), 62 (“End of the Trail”), 66 (“The Guide Post”)Box 42012.13.157
1974, DecemberALASKA. The cover features three Samoyed pups. Articles included: From Ketchikan to Barrow, Pen Pals, End of the Trail, etc.Relevant pages: 23,G4, G15 (“Introduction to Alaska”), 36 (“Pen Pals”),47 (“End of the Trail”). Includes 1975 calendar.Box 42012.13.158
1975, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features a man and dog setting up a camp site. Articles include: Young Girl at Old Uyak, Life in Sourgrass Pond, Beachhead on Tarr Inlet, etc.Relevant pages: 28 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 40-41 (“Color Around the North”), A12, 58 (“The North in Print”), 59 (“End of the Trail”), 71 (“The Alaska Yukon Trading Post”).Box 42012.13.159
1975, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features horses in a snowy landscape. Articles included: “I Live With Wolves,” Bristol Bay and that Beautiful Disaster,” “This is My Town – White Mountain,” etc.Relevant pages: A1, A6, A7, A15, 53 (“End of the Trail”), 65, 67 (“The Guide Post”)Box 42012.13.160
1975, MarchALASKA. The cover features people canoeing. Articles included: “Lime Village,” “How to Travel to/in Alaska,” “Alaska Commercial Salmon Fisheries,” etc.Relevant pages: 28 (“The North in Print”), A7, A11, 62 (“End of the Trail”)Box 42012.13.161
1975, AprilALASKA. The cover features a fox. Articles included: “Navy Shares Adak with Eagles,” “We Wired the Wilderness,” “How to Raise Wolves,” etc.Relevant pages: 12 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 58, 59 (“End of the Trail”)Box 42012.13.162
1975, MayALASKA. The cover features a little Native girl. Articles included: “Spring Stirs Ambler,” “Winter with Our Wolves,” “The Dolly Varden is Innocent,” etc.Relevant pages: A8, A13Box 42012.13.163
1975, JuneALASKA. The cover features a man and two children holding up fish they caught. Articles included: “Our Kingdom on Kalgin,” “How Not to Go Backpacking,” “Tlingit-Haida Renaissance,” etc.Relevant pages: A14-15 (“Into an Unknown”), 50 (“End of the Trail”), 72 (“The Alaska-Yukon Trading Post”)Box 42012.13.164
1975, JulyALASKA. The cover features a long-haired mountain goat. Articles included: “Sailing Prince William Sound,” “Riverboat Racing, Alaska Style,” “Return to King Island,” etc.Relevant pages: A14, A16, 58, 59 (“End of the Trail”), 66 (“The Guide Post”), 74 (“The Alaska- Yukon Trading Post”).Box 42012.13.165
1975, AugustALASKA. The cover features ice falling from Hubbard Glacier. Articles included: “We Return to Revilla,” “Cheechako in the Yukon,” “Russian Musk Ox Roundup at Nunivak,” etc.Relevant pages: 16, 23 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 25 (“The Alaska Sportsman”), A2, A13, A16, 56 (“The Cabin Friend”), 59 (“Glossary of Alaska Place Names”).Box 42012.13.166
1975, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features a willow ptarmigan. Articles included: “Codfishing in the Bering Sea,” “Bethel: Most Mind-Boggling Village of them All,” “Alaska’s Fickle-Feathered Ptarmigan,” etc.Relevant pages: A13, 56, 67, 69Box 42012.13.167
1975, OctoberALASKA. The cover shows a cow moose in Clearwater Lake. Articles included: “Nose to Nose with a Sea Lion,” “Alaska’s Herring,” “Cultural Heritage Versus Welfare,” etc.Relevant pages: A2, A7, 50 “End of the Trail”.Box 42012.13.168
1975, NovemberALASKA. The cover features Jim Smith checking his trapline. Articles included: “Pioneer Bush Pilot,” “Alaska’s Herring,” “Phasing Out the Aleuts – Again,” etc.Relevant pages: 9, 10 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 57 (“End of the Trail”), 71 (“The Alaska-Yukon Trading Post”)Box 42012.13.169
1975, DecemberALASKA. The cover features a Native boy from Hughes. Articles included: “Cold!,” “Pint-Sized Sourdough,” “Pioneer Bush Pilot,” etc.Relevant pages: 17 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 40, 43 (“Removal Instructions”), 83, 84 (“End of the Trail”), Back Cover. Includes 1976 calendar.Box 42012.13.170
1976, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features a rope-pulling game in the Savoonga village. Articles included: “Down the Line,” “How to Build an Oil Barrel Stove,” “The Moose and the Hare,” etc.Relevant pages: 24 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 57 (“End of the Trail”), A9, A14, A15, A16, 54, 55 (“End of the Trail”), 64 (“Travel North!”).Box 42012.13.171
1976, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features the north peak of Mt. McKinley/Denali. Articles included: “Skiing Up a Mountain,” Earthquake Villages – A Decade of Struggle,” “Snowy Ptarmigan Trails,” etc.Relevant pages: 21, 25 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 38 (“Skiing Up a Mountain”), 46- 48 (“Snowy Ptarmigan Trails”), A16, 51 (“End of the Trail”), 65 (“The Guide Post”).Box 42012.13.172
1976, MarchALASKA. The cover features an Alaska sled dog. Articles included: “Life in the Artic,” “The Biggest Native Villages of Them All,” Living on Mount Logan,” etc.Relevant pages: 13 (“Main Trails and Bypaths”), 26 (“The Alaska Sportsman”), A10, 51, 58 (“End of the Trail”)Box 42012.13.173
1976, AprilALASKA. The cover features a brown bear soaking in the McNeil River. Articles included: “Seeing Alaska by Bug,” “Sheep Mountain,” “Bicycling in Alaska,” etc.Relevant pages: 8 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow,”, A1, A10, A15, 54 (“End of the Trail”)Box 42012.13.174
1976, MayALASKA. The cover features the home of Stan Price. Articles included: Lady on the Trail of ’98,” “Alaska’s Sea- Going Detectives,” “Trails of the High Country Coyote,” etc.Relevant pages: 24 (“The Alaska Sportsman”), 45 (“Trails of the High Country Coyote”)Box 42012.13.175
1976, JuneALASKA. The cover features a shot taken near Wood River. Articles included: “I Was Dying, but Not Dead,” “Kings for a Weekend,” “Alaska Gold Fever,” etc.Relevant pages: 33 (“35 Days in 1935”), 71 (“End of the Trail”), A4Box 42012.13.176
1976, JulyALASKA. The cover features a 4th of July parade in Seward. Articles included: “Halibut Schooners,” “The Bountiful Barrens,” “Bluff, Alaska,” etc.Relevant pages: 26, 30 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 60 (“End of the Trail”), 77 (“The North in Print”)Box 42012.13.177
1976, AugustALASKA. The cover features a 51- pound king salmon. Articles included: “Forest Naturalists at Sea,” “Rescue in Southeastern,” Life on the Trapline,” etc.Relevant pages: 64, 65, 66 (“End of the Trail”), 82, 83 (“The Eskimo Lamp”)Box 42012.13.178
1976, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features salmon spawning at Brooks Falls. Articles include: “Wolf Kill,” Valdez Today is Okay,” “I Remember Petersburg,” etc.Relevant pages: 86, 87 (“End of the Trail”)Box 42012.13.179
1976, OctoberALASKA. The cover features a male King Eider. Articles include: “Shipping to Alaska,” “Ted Lambert, Sourdough Artist,” “Six Hours at Prudhoe Bay,” etc.Relevant pages: 63, 65 (“End of the Trail”), 70 (“The North in Print”), A5, A8. Includes two inserts–a book promotion & order form and an Anchorage Times newspaper clipping of Sept. 20, 1976.Box 42012.13.180
1976, NovemberALASKA. The cover features a Kodiak Island red fox. Articled include: “The Return of Wind- Power,” “Wolves in My Bedroom,” “Smoking Your Fish,” etc.Relevant pages: A3, A8. Includes an insert–Book advertisement & order form.Box 42012.13.181
1976, DecemberALASKA. The cover features a holiday greeting from the Alaska Magazine staff. Articles include: “Misty, the Happy Workhouse,” “Ordeal on the Ice,” “Wolves in My Bedroom,” etc.Relevant pages: 15 (“Main Trails and Bypaths”), 54, 72 (“Wolves in My Bedroom”), 81, 94 (“End of the Trail”). Includes the 1977 calendar and photo insert as well as a book promotion & order form.Box 42012.13.182
1977, JanuaryALASKA.The cover features the Toklat grizzly bear. Articles included: “Sled Dogs in the Villages,” “The Friendly Whales of Prince William Sound,” “Man vs. Wolves and Wilderness,” etc.Relevant pages: 68 (“End of the Trail”)Box 42012.13.183
1977, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features the Anchorage Fur Rendezvous. Articles included: “Remembering the Katmai Eruption,” “Through the Yukon Gold Diggings,” etc.Relevant pages: 53-54 (“End of the Trail”), A2, 74 (“Alaskan Edibles”)Box 42012.13.184
1977, MarchALASKA. The cover features Mt. McKinley/Denali. Articles included: “Cruise to the Arctic,” “Phantom of the North,” etc.Relevant pages: 10 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 63, 64 (“End of the Trail”)Box 42012.13.185
1977, AprilALASKA. The cover features a golden plover and her day-old chick. Articles included: “Sam Trolling in 1929,” “A Boy’s First Deer,” etc.Relevant pages: 32-33 (“The Making of a Colonist”), 61, 62, 70-71 (“End of the Trail”)Box 42012.13.186
1977, MayALASKA. The cover features the late Dougal Haston. Articles included: “Humor in Camp,” “Spring Trip with Pack Dogs,” etc.Relevant pages: 20 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 67 (“End of the Trail”)Box 42012.13.187
1977, JuneALASKA. The cover features a walrus haul on Walrus Islands Beach. Articles included: “How I Made No Money Raising Foxes,” “Return to Latouche,” etc.Relevant pages: 15 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A24, 63, 81 (“End of the Trail”)Box 42012.13.188
1977, JulyALASKA. The cover features a face at the totem park in Sitka. Articles included: “Alaska Indian Arts Paddles a New Canoe,” “Summer on a Yukon River Boat,” etc.Relevant pages: 13 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 57, 58, 67 (“This is My Town: Barrow”)Box 42012.13.189
1977, AugustALASKA. The cover features Julie Linkous fishing. Articles included: “The Grayling of Harriet Lake,” “The Yukon Portage,” etc.Relevant pages: 11 (“The Grayling of Harriet Lake”), 26-27 (“People of the North”), A19, 58 (“Interior Canoe Trails”), 83 (“The Alaska- Yukon Trading Post”).Box 42012.13.190
1977, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features a Native from Barrow looking for bowhead whales from his skin boat. Articles included: “Mating Bowhead Whales,” “Fall Whaling in Barrow,” etc.Relevant pages: 39 (“Whale Hunting by Skin Boat”), A10, A23- 24, A26, A31, 82.Box 42012.13.191
1977, OctoberALASKA. The cover features an Arctic tern. Articles included: “Nome – The Best of a Grand Tradition,” “The Bull That Came to Life,” etc.Relevant pages: 44 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A31, 67 (“The Caribou and the Whale”), 68 (“End of the Trail”)Box 42012.13.192
1977, NovemberALASKA. The cover features a cow moose in the Yukon territory. Articles included: “Local Languages Alive and Well,” “Lady Stampeder,” etc.Relevant pages: 77, 78 (“End of the Trail”)Box 42012.13.193
1977, DecemberALASKA. The cover features Christmas lights in Anchorage. Articles included: “Huslia Potlach,” “A Winter at Tikchik Lake,” etc.Relevant pages: A2, 60 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”). Includes the 1978 calendar.Box 42012.13.194
1978, JanuaryALASKA. The cover shows glacial ice drifting through Icy Bay. Articles included: “A Monster Mystery,” “The Thunder, the Stillness,” etc.Relevant pages: A22, A30, 63 (“Travel North!”), 66 (“The Cabin Friend”)Box 52012.13.195
1978, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features Dall ram sheep near Toklat River. Articles included: “The Swans in Our Lives,” “My Bicycle Trip Down the Yukon,” etc.Relevant pages: 65, 66, 67 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.196
1978, MarchALASKA. The cover features a blanket toss on the campus of the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Articles included: “Eagles of Adak,” “To Sitka With Love,” etc.Relevant pages: A1Box 52012.13.197
1978, AprilALASKA. The cover features a mountain goat. Articles included: “Nathan Jackson,” “The Freewheeling Fishery,” etc.Relevant pages: A1, A20, 88 (“The Cabin Friend”), 91 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.198
1978, MayALASKA. The cover features Paul Young of Juneau and his dog Kenai. Articles included: “The Legend of Papkes Landing,” “A Visit from Spooky,” etc.Relevant pages: A26, 76, 79 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.199
1978, JuneALASKA. The cover features a summertime view of of the lodge at McCarthy. Articles included: “Haidas: Old Tradition and a New Chief,” “A Maverick Teacher in the Aleutian Islands,” etc.Relevant pages: 59, 61 (“North in Print”), 84, 86 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.200
1978, AugustALASKA. The cover features Kathy Johnson looking down the Yanert Valley. Articles included: “Kuskokwim Salmon Fishing,” “Fox River Frontier,” etc.Relevant pages: A1, 54 (“Calendar of Events”), 60 (“Plant Lore of the Dena’inas”), 78, 80 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.201
1978, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features a young ring seal near Saint Lawrence Island in the Bering Sea. Articles include: “Fishing at Friely Lake,” “Houseboats on the Rivers of Interior Alaska,” etc.Relevant pages: 45 (“Autumn in Alaska”), A10, 64 (“The Cabin Friend”), 74 (“The Guide Post”), 81, 87 (“The Alaska- Yukon Trading Post”).Box 52012.13.202
1978, NovemberALASKA. The cover features bald eagles. Articles included: “The Time of Winter’s Coming – Fall in the Brooks Range,” “The Valdez Glacier Gold Rush Route of 1898,” etc.Relevant pages: A1, A3, A7, A10- 12, 79 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.203
1978, DecemberALASKA. The cover features Northern Lights. Articles included: “Christmas in Alaska: Special Times Remembered,” “Santa’s Helicopter Sleigh,” etc.Relevant pages: 56 (“1904 Diary”). Includes the 1979 calendar.Box 52012.13.204
1979, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features a moose browsing in brush in McKinley/Denali National Park. Articles included: “Winter Crabbing,” “Tommy Jimmie – Totem Carver,” etc.Relevant pages: 70 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.205
1979, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features Linda Mellman and a friend’s dog team near Mount McKinley/Denali. Articles include: “Fisherwoman,” “Exploring Ice Caves in Alaska,” etc.Relevant pages: A2, A36-37 (“Tok – the Town that Really Isn’t”), 55 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.206
1979, MarchALASKA. The cover features Sitka’s New Archangel Russian Dancers. Articles included: “Alaska Travel in the Territorial Days,” “Historic Dawson Being Restored,” etc.Relevant pages: 7, 40, A4, A5, A18, A19.Box 52012.13.207
1979, AprilALASKA. The cover features an angry lynx. Articles included: “Ratting on the Yukon Flats,” “Shuyak Island – A Small Wilderness,” etc.Relevant pages: A5, 87, 88 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.208
1979, MayALASKA. The cover features bears at McNeil River Game Sanctuary. Articles included: “Aleutian Canada Goose Comes Back,” “Hooligan,” etc.Relevant pages: 46 (“Going Down”), A2, A5, 88 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.209
1979, JuneALASKA. The cover features an Arctic loon guarding her nest at McConnell River. Articles included: “Bears and Salmon,” “All About Alaska’s Mighty Mosquitoes,” etc.Relevant pages: A4, A28, 69 (“The Making [And Breaking] of an Alaskan Guide), 70, 72 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.210
1979, JulyALASKA. The cover features the riverboat S.S. Keno. Articles included: “National Monument Forgotten,” “Reindeer Herding,” etc.Relevant pages: 34 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”)Box 52012.13.211
1979, AugustALASKA. The cover features caribou in Mt. McKinley/Denali National Park. Articles included: “Catching Cohos with Flies,” “Bound for Bogoslof,” etc.Relevant pages: A2, A3, A13, 71, 72 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.212
1979, SeptemberALASKA. The cover shows herring gulls fighting over fish. Articles included: “Change in the Valley,” “Running the Alatna,” etc.Relevant pages: 9, 11 (“The Delta Project”), 13-14 (“Change in the Valley”), A4-5, A10, 55 (“Cathedral Spires”), 94 (“End of the Trail”).Box 52012.13.213
1979, OctoberALASKA. The cover features Native individuals from the village of Stebbins. Articles included: “Trapping Family on the Move,” “The Myth of Isolation,” etc.Relevant pages: A2, A21, 79, 80 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.214
1979, NovemberALASKA. The cover features Kristi Palin and Audrey Rearden fishing. Articles included: “Winter’s Solitude,” “Is Alaska Mining an Endangered Industry?,” etc.Relevant pages: 70 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.215
1979, DecemberALASKA. The cover features a Christmas tree in Fairbanks. Articles included: “The Yukon’s Tombstone Mountains,” “To the Man on Trail,” etc.Relevant pages: C4, A26, A32. Includes the 1980 calendar. Two copies available.Box 52012.13.216
1980, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features fishing in Crescent Harbor. Articles included: “One Hundred Miles on a Rope,” “Clarence Rhode,” etc.Relevant pages: 19 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A6, A8Box 52012.13.217
1980, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features cross-country skiiers at Camp Nolan. Articles included: “The Cassiar: A Wild and Beautiful Road,” “Prince of Wales Island: Best- Kept Secret in Southwest,” etc.Relevant pages: 19-20, 75, 76 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.218
1980, MarchALASKA. The cover features a malemute taking a break while ice fishing. Articles include: “Breaking the Iditarod Trail,” “All in a Day’s Work: Mushers Recall Serum of 1925,” etc.Relevant pages: 31 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A14, 69, 70 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.219
1980, AprilALASKA. The cover features Kathy Johnson on ice in Mt. McKinley/Denali National Park. Articles include: “Getting In Over Your Head,” “Bear Show May Close,” etc.Relevant pages: 83, 86 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.220
1980, MayALASKA. The cover features a canoeist gold- panning in the Fortymile River. Articles included: “Aleutians Legacy,” “Athabascan Beadwork: A Touch of Elegance,” etc.Relevant pages: 63 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.221
1980, JuneALASKA. The cover features a Sitka blacktail deer. Articles include: “We Nearly Froze to Death,” “Born Again,” etc.Relevant pages: 65 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.222
1980, JulyALASKA. The cover features a child reeling in a grayling. Articles include: “Stony Hill Overlook,” “Running the Inside Passage,” etc.Relevant pages: 52, 54 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.223
1980, AugustALASKA. The cover features Juneau’s Annual Golden North Salmon Derby. Articles included: “Troll Daze,” “Among the Kings of Katmai,” etc.Relevant pages: 62, 63 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.224
1980, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features a caribou calf with budding antlers. Articles included: “Trapped in an 80- foot Tidal Wave,” “Autumn on the Arm,” etc.Relevant pages: 40-41 (“Autumn on the Arm”), 48- 49 (“State Fair’s: Summer’s Last Fling,”, 66, 67 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.225
1980, OctoberALASKA. The cover features a sheep hunter seeking Dall rams. Articles included: “This is Our Land,” “A Morning with the Ducks,” etc.Relevant pages: 24 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 98-102 (“We Lost to the Winds from McKinley”)Box 52012.13.226
1980, NovemberALASKA. The cover features a black bear fishing on the Peninsula. Articles included: “The Dempster by Dog Team,” “Last Encounter,” etc.Relevant pages: A6, A10, 92, 94 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.227
1980, DecemberALASKA. The cover features a snowman and Christmas lights in Anchorage. Articles included: “Adventures of an Alaska Biplane,” Father Ruppert’s Last Pilgrimage,” etc.Relevant pages: 97 (“End of the Trail”). Includes the 1981 calendar.Box 52012.13.228
1981, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features a pioneer cabin in the Matanuska Valley. Articles included: “Sailing to Destruction,” “Brownie Meets a Bear,” etc.Relevant pages: Cover, A16-17, A21, 63 (“End of the Trail”).Box 52012.13.229
1981, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features skiiers at Turnagain Arm. Articles included: “Connecticut Yankees in an Airman’s Paradise,” “Along the Alaska Highway: Miles of Memories,” etc.Relevant pages: 5 (“Letters Notes & Comments”), 33 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A29, 66, 69 (“End of the Trail”), 76 (“Fossils Can Be Fun”).Box 52012.13.230
1981, AprilALASKA. The cover features the high slopes of Mt. McKinley/Denali. Articles included: “The Salmon Fishing Trip,” “Rafting the Faraway River,” etc.Relevant pages: 68, 69 (“End of the Trail”).Box 52012.13.231
1981, MayALASKA. The cover features a breaching humpback whale near Admiralty Island. Articles included: “The Politics of Whaling,” “The Rare Beauty of Baleen,” etc.Relevant pages: A8, 67-68 (“End of the Trail”).Box 52012.13.232
1981, JuneALASKA. The cover features a mountain goat. Articles included: “Rescue on Mt. McKinley,” “The Knife Man,” etc.Relevant pages: 9, A28, 74 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.233
1981, JulyALASKA. The cover features a couple splitting chum slamon with an ulu. Articles included: “Herring: An Uncommon Common Fish,” “Alaska Via Model T,” etc.Relevant pages: 31 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 72 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.234
1981, AugustALASKA. The cover features a red fox in Denali National Park. Articles included: “Story of a Whale Hunt,” “To Band a Bald Eagle,” etc.Relevant pages: 27 (“Story of a Whale Hunt”), A14-15, A21, 69, 72 (“End of the Trail”)Box 52012.13.235
1981, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features caribou bulls swimming the Kobuk River. Articles included: “Man Alone,” “How an Expert Dresses a Moose,” etc.Relevant pages: 34, 36 (“The North in Print”), A22, A33, 51 (“Hunting the Flying Moose”), 67, 69, 70 (“End of the Trail”).Box 52012.13.236
1981, OctoberALASKA. The cover feratures a rock ptarmigan. Articles included: “Chistochina – A Roadhouse,” “November Moose,” etc.Relevant pages: 43 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 87, 88 (“End of the Trail”).Box 52012.13.237
1981, DecemberALASKA. The cover features five- week old Samoyed puppies. Articles included: “Christmas on Bear Island,” “The Incredible Visqueen Queen,” etc.Relevant pages: “Introduction to Alaska”–pg. 1, C20. Includes the 1982 calendar.Box 52012.13.238
1982, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features a snowshoe hare. Articles included: “Peaceable Kingdom on Pack Creek,” “Alaska’s Dynamic Glaciers,” etc.Relevant pages: 11 (“Letters Notes & Comments”), 38 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”).Box 62012.13.239
1982, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features racer George Attla. Articles included: “A Tour Through the Land of the Totems,” “Sailing Safaris in Prince William Sound,” etc.Relevant pages: A3, T21, 93, 94, 95 (“End of the Trail”)Box 62012.13.240
1982, MarchALASKA. The cover features Linda Mellman leading a dog named Kezan to the sled in preparation for a late-night ride. Articles included: “Artist on the Fringe,” “Winging It! The Story of Jack Jefford,” etc.Relevant pages: 12, 14 (“Artist on the Fringe”), A12, A14, A26, 58 (“End of the Trail”).Box 62012.13.241
1982, AprilALASKA. The cover features horned puffins. Articles included: “Bernie, the 12- Pound Bow,” “Saint Elias Lake – Jewel of Kluane,” etc.Relevant pages: A17, A24, 85 (“The Alaska Sportsman”)Box 62012.13.242
1982, MayALASKA. The cover features a brown bear enjoying a salmon. Articles included: “Chinook – King of the Salmons,” “Alaska Calling,” etc.Relevant pages: 41 (“Alaska Calling”), A23Box 62012.13.243
1982, JuneALASKA. The cover features a bald eagle. Articles included: “The Last Days of the Tahltan Bear Dog,” “Nature’s Orphan,” etc.Relevant pages: A14-17, 61 (“End of the Trail”)Box 62012.13.244
1982, AugustALASKA. The cover features a small troller rigged with halibut. Articles included: “The New Wave of Gold Seekers at Nome,” “The Remember Trout,” etc.Relevant pages: A1-2, A19, 60 (“End of the Trail”)Box 62012.13.246
1982, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features a scene from a fishing boat. Articles included: “Boats on a Mountain,” “Llama Packing in the Brooks Range,” etc.Relevant pages: 5 (“Letters Notes & Comments”), A22, 71 (“End of the Trail”)Box 62012.13.247
1982, OctoberALASKA. The cover features caribou meat drying on a rack in Anaktuvuk. Articles included: “This Our Land,” “Cabin Fever,” etc.Relevant pages: A30, 70, 71 (“End of the Trail”)Box 62012.13.248
1982, NovemberALASKA. The cover features a harbor seal. Articles included: “Rescue at Cape Romanzof,” “Footsteps of Fear,” etc.Relevant pages: 81, 83 (“End of the Trail”)Box 62012.13.249
1982, DecemberALASKA. The cover features a Christmas bow on a package. Articles included: “Capturing the Wild Alaskan Christmas Tree,” “Waltzing with Musk Ox,” etc.Relevant pages: “Introduction to Alaska” page 3, 122, 124 (“Alaska Northwest Publishing Company’s Christmas Book Catalog”). Includes the 1983 calendar.Box 62012.13.250
1983, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features The Pacific Fury, a crab boat. Articles included: “The Case of the Disappearing Moose,” “Fishing for Burbot,” etc.Relevant pages: 7 (“Letters Notes & Comments”), A27, 74 (“End of the Trail”)Box 62012.13.251
1983, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features an Arctic Ground squirrel. Articles included: “We’re Alaska Loggers,” “Mike Simon’s Story,” etc.Relevant pages: 31, 33 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A3, A18-19, A33-35, 78 (“End of the Trail”).Box 62012.13.252
1983, MarchALASKA. The cover features George Attla, winner of the Open North American Championship Sled Dog Race. Articles included: “And the Earth Quaked,” “Finding the Caribou,” etc.Relevant pages: 27 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 65, 74 (“The Alaska Sportsman”).Box 62012.13.253
1983, AprilALASKA. The cover features a Dall ram in the Alaska Range. Articles included: “Reilly and the Bears,” “Hiking the Valley of Fire and Ice,” etc.Relevant pages: A8, A13, 46 (“Hiking the Valley of Fire and Ice”), 64 (“The Alaska Sportsman”)Box 62012.13.254
1983, MayALASKA. The cover features the community of Cordova. Articles included: “Life and Death on McKinley,” “Kiska’s Dry Run, ” etc.Relevant pages: 5, 18-21 (“The Upper Knik Arm Wetlands”), 32 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A4, A16, 70, 71 (“End of the Trail”), 85- 86 (“Double Dedication”).Box 62012.13.255
1983, JuneALASKA. The cover features two coastal brown/grizzly bears. Articles included: “Father Wanted Gold,” “Between the Mountains and the Sea,” etc.Relevant pages: 45 (“Between the Mountains and the Sea”), 82 (“End of the Trail”)Box 62012.13.256
1983, JulyALASKA. The cover features a bull moose at Wonder Lake. Articles included: “Bear Country,” “Those Marvelous Mushrooms,” etc.Relevant pages: 12 (“Letters Notes & Comments”), 25 (“The North in Print”), 32 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A7, 75 (“End of the Trail”)Box 62012.13.257
1983, AugustALASKA. The cover features mountains in the Matanuska Valley. Articles include: “Stranded!,” “A Rose for All Seasons,” etc.Relevant pages: Cover, 65 (“End of the Trail”), 76 (“Calendar of Events”).Box 62012.13.258
1983, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features Archie Lowe fording a river near Haines. Articles included: “To Catch a Poacher,” “Hunting the White Sheep,” etc.Relevant pages: N20, 63 (“Hunting the White Sheep”), 74, 75 (“End of the Trail”)Box 62012.13.259
1983, OctoberALASKA. The cover features two bull caribou. Articles included: “Ghost Village of the Delta,” “Our First Annual Moose Hunt,” etc.Relevant pages: 37 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), N39, 75, 76 (“End of the Trail”)Box 62012.13.260
1983, NovemberALASKA. The cover features a walrus and his tusks. Articles included: “Attack Without Warning,” “Blueberry Muffin Moose,” etc.Relevant pages: 5 (“Letters Notes & Comments”), 36- 38 (“Workin’ in the Gold Mines”), 44-45 (“This Our Land”), 76 (“End of the Trail”).Box 62012.13.261
1983, DecemberALASKA. The cover features Christmas in an Alaskan cabin. Articles included: “Christmas Willow,” “Code of the North,” etc.Relevant pages: 14, “Introduction to Alaska” page 4 (“Behind the Scene”), 15 (“Letters Notes & Comments”), 108, 109 “Blackfoot’s Revenge”). Includes the 1984 calendar.Box 62012.13.262
1984, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features a Husky named Coleen taking a break. Articles included: “Challenge the Man-eater,” “The Fox and the Magpie,” etc.Relevant pages: 5 (“Main Trails & Bypaths”), A14- 15, A21-22, A24, A25, A32, 68-69 (Colony barns.)Box 62012.13.263
1984, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features a cabin with firewood. Articles included: “Trapper’s Diary,” “How I Became a Gangster in Alaska,” etc.Relevant pages: A15, A27, 41 (“The North in Print”).Box 62012.13.264
1984, MarchALASKA. The cover features John Luster and his dog team. Articles included: “Wave of Destruction,” “The Dream and the Reality,” etc.Relevant pages: 26-29 (“Chickaloon Mountain Man”), 70 (“The Alaska Sportsman”), A2Box 62012.13.265
1984, AprilALASKA. The cover features fishing boats near Sitka. Articles included: “Cold Weather Trap Line,” “A Family Affair,” etc.Relevant pages: 25 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A11, 41 (“The Last Road North”), 67, 70, 71 (“End of the Trail”)Box 62012.13.266
1984, MayALASKA. The cover features a brown bear and her two cubs near McNeil River. Articles included: “I Tamed a Wolf for My Sled Dog Team,” “Up a Tree Without a Paddle,” etc.Relevant pages: A8, A10, A13-14Box 62012.13.267
1984, JuneALASKA. The cover features Joe Norris catching hooligan. Articles included: “Two for the Book,” “A Crumbling Giant,” etc.Relevant pages: A6, A18, A20, 45 (“This Our Land”), 77 (“End of the Trail”)Box 62012.13.268
1984, JulyALASKA. The cover features a float in the Fourth of July parade in Sitka. Articles included: “At Your Peril,” “Jim Frey, Prospector,” etc.Relevant pages: 30 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A9, A11, 38 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 74 (“End of the Trail”)Box 62012.13.269
1984, AugustALASKA. The cover shows a boat cruising the Chena and Tanana rivers. Articles included: “Birds of Denali,” “Of Traps and Treasures, Togiak Winter,” etc.Relevant pages: 14 (“Letters Notes & Comments”), A17, A19, 72 (“End of the Trail”)Box 62012.13.270
1984, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features a sheet hunter. Articles included: “Hunting the North ’84,” “Big Game Hunting in Bristish Columbia,” etc.Relevant pages: 18 (“Ketchiakn and Barrow”), A20, 82, 85 (“End of the Trail”).Box 62012.13.271
1984, NovemberALASKA. The cover shows a cabin during the holidays. Articles included: “Christmas in Nome,” “The Last Great Stand,” etc.Relevant pages: 19 (“The Alaska Railroad”), 84 (“Reluctant Hero”)Box 62012.13.272
1984, DecemberALASKA. The cover features a dog sled. Articles included: “This is My Town – Talkeetna,” “Denali Park by Dog Team,” etc.Relevant pages: 32, 36 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A12- 15, A30, 85 (“The Aura of the Aurora”), “Introduction to Alaska” pg. 11, 12, 15. Includes the 1985 calendar. Two copies available.Box 62012.13.273
1985, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features a sled dog team. Articles included: “Denali Park by Dog Team,” “A Second Chance,” etc.Relevant pages: 36, A5, 39, 42 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A23, 76 (“End of the Trail”).Box 62012.13.274
1985, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features visitors in the Muir Inlet. Articles included: “That Dogsledding Owl,” “There’s No Business Like Bush Business,” etc.Relevant pages: 36 (“This Our Land”), A5, 39, 42, A23, 76 (“Deacon’s Rock”).Box 62012.13.275
1985, MarchALASKA. The cover features tanner crabs. Articles included: “Ray Tremblay, Alaskan,” “A Glimpse of the North,” etc.Relevant pages: 27 (“A Glimpse of the North”), T21, 68 (“Spring Blackies”).Box 62012.13.276
1985, AprilALASKA. The cover features Tony Sharp and rainbow trout. Articles included: “Sea Otter Management?,” “Whale a la Carte,” etc.Relevant pages: A4, A14, A16, A21Box 62012.13.277
1985, MayALASKA. The cover features killer whales supporting themselves on flukes. Articles included: “Balance of Nature,” “Cordova is Special,” etc.Relevant pages: A9, A19Box 62012.13.278
1985, JuneALASKA. The cover features the plane, Beaver. Articles included: “Blowin’ Out the Candles,” “The Wings of Life,” etc.Relevant pages: 26 (“The Alaska Sportsman”), A1- 6, A7, A23, 80 (“The Legendary Squeeky Anderson”)Box 62012.13.279
1985, JulyALASKA. The cover features a headline about Libby Riddles mushing in Teller. Articles included: “Making Light of the Dark,” “I Touched a Whale,” etc.Relevant pages: 14 (“Crossing Number 2”), A18- 19, A28, A31, 85 (“Those Amazing Moose Antlers”).Box 62012.13.280
1985, AugustALASKA. The cover features caribou. Articles include: “Alaska’s Game Wardens,” “Orphan of the Beaufort Sea,” etc.Relevant pages: 27 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A16. Includes a 21″ x 32″ poster of the “Hall Of The North”.Box 62012.13.281
1985, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features a bull moose. Articles include: “Seized by the Russians,” “Flying into the Past,” etc.Relevant pages: A8, 71 (“The Single-Tree Cache”), 82, 84 (“End of the Trail”)Box 62012.13.282
1985, OctoberALASKA. The cover features a skiier. Articles include: “Born to Luge,” “Evenkia,” etc.Relevant pages: 34 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A10, A12, A23, 82 (“The Alaska Sportsman”), 94, 95 (“End of the Trail”).Box 62012.13.283
1985, NovemberALASKA. The cover features Misty, a half Percheron half bronco. Articles included: “When Turnagain Turns White,” “1958: Ghost Wolf of the Coleen,” etc.Relevant pages: 22-23 (“The Colonists Look Back”), 69-70 (“This Our Land”), A15, A19, A21.Box 62012.13.284
1985, DecemberALASKA. The cover features three-week old Siberian puppies. Articles included: “Then Came Christmas,” “Weather Permitting,” etc.Relevant pages: A6, “Introduction To Alaska” pg. 15, A21, 121, 122, 125.Box 62012.13.285
1986, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features a man in winter wear with a face covered in frost. Articles include: “Old Groaner,” “Prince of Wales Island,” etc.Relevant pages: 21 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 43 (“This Our Land”), A24, 65, 67 (“End of the Trail”).Box 72012.13.286
1986, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features the old and new Klondikes on the Yukon River. Articles include: “I Rode a Motorcycle Down the Yukon,” “Home to King Island,” etc.Relevant pages: 9 (“Letters Notes & Comments”), A2, A3, A10, A14, 64 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 106, 109 (“End of the Trail”).Box 72012.13.287
1986, MarchALASKA. The cover features a Rocky Mountain goat. Articles include: “Say, that’s a Baby!” “Leonard and the Meat Mice,” etc.Relevant pages: 23 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A4, A13, 90 (“End of the Trail”)Box 72012.13.288
1986, AprilALASKA. The cover features a fisherman with a fish. Articles include: “Cordova’s Contemporary Realist,” “Fairbanks: The Golden Heart Grows Stronger,” etc.Relevant pages: 3, 27, 30 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A14, A16Box 72012.13.289
1986, MayALASKA. The cover features a brown bear. Articles include: “Sam O. White, First Flying Game Warden,” “Chasing Rainbows,” etc.Relevant pages: A4, A8, 44, A13, A14, 71 (“End of the Trail”), 79 (“Calendar of Events”)Box 72012.13.290
1986, JuneALASKA. The cover features an Arctic tern. Articles included: “Two Summers on the Yukon,” “Honeymooning – Alaska Style,” etc.Relevant pages: 8 (“Letters Notes & Comments”), 30 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A2, A15, A16, A18- 19, 69, 71, 75 (“End of the Trail”).Box 72012.13.291
1986, JulyALASKA. The cover features Dustin Wilson fishing on Kenai Peninsula. Articles included: “Hitting the Denali Grand Slam,” “Almost the Last Moose Hunt,” etc.Relevant pages: A6, 60, 66, 75, 77 (“End of the Trail”)Box 72012.13.292
1986, AugustALASKA. The cover features red foxes. Articles include: “Hunting Alaska – Then and Now,” “Unwelcome Houseguest,” etc.Relevant pages: A14, 44 (“I Sailed for Salmon in Bristol Bay”), 53 (“From the Windows of Oldsquaw Lodge”), 67 (“Calendar of Events”), 75, 77 (“End of the Trail”).Box 72012.13.293
1986, SeptemberALASKA. The cover depicts autumn colors in Alaska. Articles included: “The Goose Needs Help,” “Rafting Down the Historic Coppermine,” etc.Relevant pages: 12, 14 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A7, A14, 75 (“End of the Trail”).Box 72012.13.294
1986, OctoberALASKA. The cover features a bald eagle. Articles include: “Threads from the Past,” “Cheechakos on the Nowitna,” etc.Relevant pages: 20 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 32-33 (“Threads from the Past”), 34-35 (“Lure Hunting Along the Little Susitna”), 82, 85 (“End of the Trail”).Box 72012.13.295
1986, NovemberALASKA. The cover feaures a man canoeing through Prince William Sound. Articles include: “Old Groaner,” “Prince of Wales Island,” etc.Relevant pages: A4, A7, 75 (“End of the Trail”)Box 72012.13.296
1986, DecemberALASKA. The cover features a Dall ram. Articles included: “Kenai- A Wolf Dog,” “Conquering the Copper River, ” etc.Relevant pages: “Introduction to Alaska” pg 15, Calendar pg. August, A12, A14, 45 “Post Office in Sheldon Point”), 73 “End of the Trail”).Box 72012.13.297
1987, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features Kate Rineer navigating a raft through the Tatshenshini-Alsek river system. Articles included: “Rating the Stunning Alsek,” “Unforgettable Slim Moore.”This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1987, FebruaryALASKA.The cover features a boat cruising through the Kenai Fjords National Park. Articles include: “Paddle Into the Sunset,” “Fishing and Hunting in the Far North,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1987, MarchALASKA. The cover features a Husky dog. Articles include: “Winter Flying,” “Iditarod,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1987, AprilALASKA. The cover features Peter Song with a king salmon on the Naknek River. Articles include: “Bad, Bad Tenakee,” “The Four Seasons of Isabel Pass,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1987, MayALASKA. The cover features Norman Vaughn and a Husky dog. Articles included: “The Mushing Methuselah,” “Pride and Pain,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1987, JuneALASKA. The cover features a grizzly bear. Articles include: “Smokehouse Delight,” “Land of the Midnight Sun,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1987, JulyALASKA. The cover features Articles included: “In the Time of Caribou Carving,” “Battle on the Beaufort Sea,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1987, AugustALASKA. The cover features a big game hunter. Articles include: “The Swiss Chocolate Grizzly,” “No Accounting for Ptarmigan,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1987, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features Pam and Roger Robinson. Articles included: “A Portrait of Old- Tyme Alaska,” “By Skin Boat to King Island,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1987, OctoberALASKA. The cover features the Chugach Mountains. Articles included: “A Home in Nome,” “The Gift of the Whale,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1987, NovemberALASKA. The cover features a willow ptarmigan. Articles included: “Alaska’s Invaluable Wildlife,” “Eagle on the Yukon,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1987, DecemberALASKA. The cover features Jenna R. Westlake during the parka parade at the Open North American Championship in Fairbanks. Articles included: “A Melody for Christmas,” “To Catch a Salmon,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1988, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features Dale Campbell and his daughter Jackie dog-sledding downhill. Articles included: “Romancing the Yukon,” “A Clan of Gold Diggers,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1988, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features a view of Mount McKinley/Denali. Articles included: “Capturing the Moment,” “Tips on Hunting with a Camera,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1988, MarchALASKA. The cover features Susan Butcher, Iditarod champ in 1986 and 1987, with two of her dogs. Articles include: “Nathan Jackson, Raven Baby,” “The Iceman Runneth,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1988, AprilALASKA. The cover features Jack Ellis, an angler and fishing guide. Articles included: “Baubles, Bottles, and Balls,” “A Glimpse of Heaven,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1988, MayALASKA. The cover features Arctic fox kits. Articles included: “The Man Who Says No to Bears,” “A Day in the Life of a Salmon Seiner,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1988, JuneALASKA. The cover features Irene Davis, a resident of Nunivak Island, holding a bundle of chum salmon. Articles included: “Three Survive: The Sinking of the Cape Chacon,” “Small Fortunes on the Fortymile,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1988, JulyALASKA. The cover features John Ireland, the lone resident of Murder Island. Articles included: “White Water and Wild Times,” “Much Ado About Moose,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1988, AugustALASKA. The cover features a Dall ram. Articles included: “East of Boreal Mountain,” “Mysterious Kayak Island,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1988, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features a killer whale. Articles included: “Out of Oil,” “What’s a Cheechako?,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1988, OctoberALASKA. The cover features a little boy photographed near Cordova. Articles included: “The Aleut’s Russian Heritage,” “Tokens of Love from Kodiak,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1988, NovemberALASKA. The cover features dogs on a sled team in the Alps. Articles included: “The Quest for Fire,” “Carl Clark: Untartnished Gold,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1988, DecemberALASKA. The cover features a red-throated loon. Articles included: “White-Out on the Trail,” “Visions of the North: the Lure of Alaska,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1989, MarchALASKA. Two alternate cover were produced for this issue: one features Rick Swenson, four time winner of the Iditarod, and Susan Butcher, three time winner of the same race. Articles included: “The Red Lantern: Mushing’s Prize for Endurance,” “Sparky, the Canine Queen,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged. This issue has alternate covers.Box 7 
1989, MayALASKA. The cover features grizzly bears. Articles included: “Photo Feature: Spring’s Precious Gifts,” “Tougher than a Tussock,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1989, JuneALASKA. The cover features Prince William Sound. Articles included: “Paradise Lost,” “Tears of the Fishermen,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1989, JulyALASKA. The cover features the Cessna 185 flying over the Alaska Range. Articles included: “Ladders Over the Stars,” “The Last Shot of the Civil War,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1989, AugustALASKA. The cover features a hunter looking for game. Articles included: “Hell on a Mountain,” “The Quest for the Golden Fleece,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1989, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features Long Lake in the Chugach Mountains. Articles included: “Saving Wild Lives,” “Autumn’s Last Hurrah,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1989, NovemberALASKA. The cover features a grizzly sow and her cub. Articles included: “Home of the Big Waves,” “The Heart of the Crater,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1989, DecemberALASKA. The cover features a winter’s day near Fairbanks. Articles included: “The Doll Maker,” “Two with Raven,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 7 
1990, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features a white-phase arctic fox. Articles include: “Stars over Old Harbor,” “Dog Team Census,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1990, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features Barbie Bowers mountain-biking near Portage Falls. Articles include: “Strange Bedfellows,” “The Long and Winding Road,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1990, AprilALASKA. The cover features Bruce Dale fly- fishing where the Tanalian River meets Lake Clark. Articles include: “Sterling Silvers,” “A Novice’s Guide to Fishing,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1990, AugustALASKA. The cover features a bald eagle. Articles include: “Broken Wings, Healing Hands,” “Ancient Grease,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1990, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features Percy John Blatchford and Dan Golden. Articles included: “The Mushroom Lady,” “Of Bears and Men,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1990, OctoberALASKA. The cover features Cape Hitchinbrook Light Station. Articles included: “Lighting the Maritime Trail,” “A Little Lighthouse History,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1990, NovemberALASKA. The cover features Norma Jean Saunders, the first woman to document a solo climb on Mt. McKinley/Denali. Articles included: “Alaska Lighthouse Tales, Part II,” “Recipes from Riversong,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1990, DecemberALASKA. The cover features Mt. McKinley/Denali. Articles included: “Orphans by the Sea,” “Shawn Lyons: King of the Mountain,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1991, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features a polar bear shaking snow from its fur. Articles included: “The Ivory Carvers,” “Alone and Liking It,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1991, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features Peggy Webb spending an evening close to Portage Glacier. Articles included: “Gilding the Alaska Lily,” “Fanning the Fantasy,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1991, AugustALASKA. The cover features a gas pump on a mountain. Articles included: “Melting the Ice Curtain: Part II,” The Hitchhiking Floatplane,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1991, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features hikers in Chugach National Forest. Articles included: “Tales of the Horn Trade,” “The Tradition Lives On,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1991, OctoberALASKA. The cover features Tinglit Native Ray Smith of the Eagle clan. Articles included: “Zapped on Rainbow Mountain,” “Memories of a Murder,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1991, NovemberALASKA. The cover features a mated pair of horned puffins. Articles included: “Aleutians, Pearls of the High Seas,” “Glacier Goats,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1991, DecemberALASKA. The cover features Hannah Corral, 8, with her Christmas presents, a coat and a puppy. Articles included: “Northern Noel,” “Castner’s Cutthroats,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1992, AprilALASKA. The cover features Jim Tatom, a fly- fisherman working in the Tsiu River. Articles included: “The Quest for Adventure,” “Humpies from Hell,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1992, MayALASKA. The cover features two bears clashing in the McNeil River. Articles included: “A Cub Named Stony,” “A Power Beyond Words,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1992, JulyALASKA. The cover features a bull moose in Wonder Lake. Articles included: “The Stuff of Legend,” “Alaska’s Crown Jewel,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1992, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features Native birchbark berry baskets. Articles included: “Chairmen of the Boards,” “Seeking the Source,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1992, DecemberALASKA. The cover features the Aurora over a cabin in Fairbanks. Articles included: “Christmas in Angoon,” “Head for the Hills,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1993, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features fisherman on a boat. Articles included: “Hidden Damage,” “Shadow and Light: Are You SAD?”, etc.This issue has not been cataloged. Two copies available.Box 8 
1993, JuneALASKA. The cover features Pat Patterson fishing on Hidden Lake. Articles included: “On the Edge,” “Half-Baked Alaska,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1993, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features a beaver with a branch. Articles included: “The Nomad,” “The Littlest Big Game,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1993, OctoberALASKA. The cover features a raven-topped totem. Articles included: “Riding the Hurricane,” “Frontier Fare,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1993, December/1994, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features the “Polar Bear and Fox” illustration by Riz Munaz. Articles included: “Homer’s Secret,” “Babbitt’s Alaska,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1994, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features Sue Hills scanning the Round Island State Game Sanctuary. Articles included: “Wilderness Deluxe,” “On the Trail with Joe,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1994, May, JuneALASKA. The cover features a Tinglit totem in Ketchikan’s Totem Bright State Park. Articles include: “Basket Case,” “Fall from Grace,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1994, AugustALASKA. The cover features a wolf in the wild. Articles include: “Wolf Wars,” “The Crossing,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1994, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features Broken Tooth, a formation in the Alaska Range. Articles included: “Survival and Success Without a Guide,” “Big Trouble on the Wideload,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1994, OctoberALASKA. The cover features a red salmon. Articles include: “Traveling the Clarence,” “Grit & Grace,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1995, AprilALASKA. The cover features Anthony J. Route fishing the Russian River. Articles included: “Cousin of Fish,” “The Brooks River Affair,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1995, May, JuneALASKA. The cover features a formation in the Chugach Range. Articles included: “A Mother’s Instinct,” “Preserving Our Lifestyle,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1995, JulyALASKA. The cover features a logger. Articles include: “Bicycling to the Yukon,” “A Fortress of Bears: Admirality Island,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1995, AugustALASKA. The cover features pink fireweed blooms. Articles include: “Alaska’s Huckleberry Finn,” “Golfing to Extremes,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1995, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features termination dust. Articles included: “Beneath Tons of Rock and Ice,” “Forgotten Unimak Island,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1995, OctoberALASKA. The cover features the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve. Articles included: “Legends of the Hairy Man,” “O’Leary’s Lifeline,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1995, NovemberALASKA. The cover an ice sculpture. Articles include: “After the Floodwaters,” “The Shape of Arctic Diamonds,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1995, December, 1996, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features Tenille Ausdahl. Articles include: “When Nome Needed Serum,” “Timeless Treasures,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 8 
1996, MarchALASKA. The cover features a Brooks Falls brown bear. Articles include: “Tribute to an Old Sled Dog,” “Sprint and Distance,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1996, AprilALASKA. The cover features a shot from Prince of Wales Island. Articles include: “The Ultimate Snow Job,” “Portfolio: The Gathering Place,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1996, May, JuneALASKA. The cover features a young snowy owl. Articles included: “Bears by the Sea,” “Maniilaq Knew…,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1996, JulyALASKA. The cover features a firefighter in Porcupine Creek. Articles included: “Playing with Fire,” “Togie’s First Jump,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1996, AugustALASKA. The cover features a blue fox. Articles included: “Grand Lady, Grand Life,” “Fish Wars,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1996, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features a Barren Ground caribou bull. Articles included: “The Chili- Powered Sheep Hunt,” “Moose River,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1996, OctoberALASKA. The cover features a cruise ship in College Fjord. Articles included: “Kodiak October,” “The Coldest Run, ” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1997, MarchALASKA. The cover features Charlie Boulding racing the Iditarod Trail. Articles included: “Iditarod Almanac,” “Avalanche,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged. Two copies available.Box 9 
1997, AprilALASKA. The cover features someone casting a fishing line from a canoe at James Lake. Articles included: “Portfolio: Winter Sea,” “Storm Warning,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1997, May, JuneALASKA. The cover features miners working their Klondike gold claim. Articles included: “Alaska Bites,” “Golden Dreams,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1997, JulyALASKA. The cover features a hiker in Denali National Park. Articles included: “The Royal Ascent of Mount St. Elias,” “Nome’s Nugget,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1997, AugustALASKA. The cover features two puffins. Articles included: “Bad Boys of the Gold Rush,” “The Stonewall Experiment,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1997, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features adult male moose. Articles included: “Straight Arrow,” “The Gospel from Peter John,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1997, OctoberALASKA. The cover features a bald eagle. Articles included: “Another Ghost at Chernofski,” “Portfolio: Eagle Talk,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1997, NovemberALASKA. The cover features extreme skiier Greg Morris above Valdez. Articles included: “Snowfield of Dreams,” “Venus at Minus 55,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1997, December, 1998, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features a musk ox. Articles included: “Permafrost,” “Nomad on Northern Waters,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1998, MarchALASKA. The cover features Iditarod musher Paul Gebhardt. Articles included: “Mind of a Dog Man,” “River Cab,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1998, AprilALASKA. The cover features a fly- fisherman in Auke Lake. Articles included: “My Little Chickadee,” “The Alaskan Masters Series: Normal Lowell,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1998, May, JuneALASKA. The cover features Mrs. Curley Monroe, known as the Gypsy Queen. Articles included: “Portfolio: Children of the Midnight Sun,” “Good Time Girls,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1998, JulyALASKA. The cover features a Cessna 206 flying over mountains. Articles included: “Song of Bristol Bay,” “On Golden Sands,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1998, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features a mountain goat. Articles included: “Notes from the End of Time,” “Wilderness Warrior,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1998, OctoberALASKA. The cover features a wolf. Articles included: “A Homestead Life,” “Growing Up Alaskan,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1998, NovemberALASKA. The cover features a humpback calf. Articles included: “My Heart on the Yukon River,” “Pilot Terror,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1999, MarchALASKA. The cover features a sea otter. Articles included: “The Loafer from Ophir,” “Paradise Regained? An Oil Spill Retrospective,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1999, AprilALASKA. The cover features a grizzly and leaping salmon in the Brooks River. Articles included: “Halibut Heaven,” “High Tides and Double Hauls,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1999, May, JuneALASKA. The cover features a polar bear cub. Articles included: “Shooting Whales,” “Wheel Alaskans,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1999, JulyALASKA. The cover features a paddler on the shores of Pirate Cove. Articles included: “Charles Mason: Seeing Alaska in Black and White,” “The North Country Fire,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1999, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features Ben Ahmaogak preparing to strike a bowhead. Articles included: “Gift of the Whale,” “The Bear & the Bride,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1999, OctoberALASKA. The cover features ice falling from a glacier as a kayaker watches on. Articles included: “The Alaska X- Files,” “Musk-ox Love,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1999, NovemberALASKA. The cover features an arctic fox in a blizzard. Articles included: “Raven’s Prey,” “Alaska Disaster! 1918 Influenza,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
1999, December, 2000, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features a little boy peering through an ice sculpture. Articles included: “Ice Dreams,” “Cold Gold,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
2000, MarchALASKA. The cover features a sled dog team. Articles included: “The Lure of Nameless Places,” “Iron Dogs,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
2000, AprilALASKA. The cover features a little boy holding a large salmon. Articles included: “Quicksand & Porcupines,” “Night Mission,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
2000, May, JuneALASKA. The cover features a grizzly bear. Articles include: “Farallon: Shipwreck and Survival on the Alaska Shore,” “Poetry in Motion,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
2000, AugustALASKA. The cover features an illustration commemorating the anniversary issue. Articles included: “Crisis of Confidence,” “Trail and Error,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged. Special Anniversary Issue.Box 9 
2000, December, 2001, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features a bird on a snowy branch. Articles include: “Visions of the Glacier Priest,” “Our Bush Year,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged. Two copies available.Box 9 
2001, MarchALASKA. The cover features sled dogs in the Iditarod. Articles include: “Life in an Alaska Lodge,” “The Other Iditarod,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
2001, AprilALASKA. The cover features an illustration of fish. Articles include: “A Portrait of Glacier Bay,” “Awakening Nuiqsut,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
2001, May, JuneALASKA. The cover features two caribou in water. Articles include: “Monarchs of the Kenai Coast,” “Rocky Nights,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
2001, JulyALASKA. The cover features wildflowers. Articles include: “Cast off on a Classic,” “Pursuing the Perfect Predator,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
2001, AugustALASKA. The cover features reindeer. Articles include: “Mixing Oil and Wilderness,” “Wild Salmon, Wily Women,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
2001, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features a brown bear. Articles include: “Almost Human,” “Yup’ik Doo-Wop,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
2001, OctoberALASKA. The cover features Mount Augustine blowing smoke. Articles include: “Volcano Watchers,” “Beauty from the Fire,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
2001, December, 2002, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features Native girl Chelsea Morrow wearing a Yup’ik headdress. Articles include: “Under a Crimson Sky,” “A Taste of Home in the Hospital,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 9 
2002, MarchALASKA. The cover features John Norris, co-chief pilot of the Iditarod Air Force. Articles include: “Dog is My Co-Pilot,” “Mary Joyce’s Extraordinary Journey,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2002, AprilALASKA. The cover features a fly- fisherman preparing to release an arctic char caught in a Katmai- area stream. Articles include: “Arctic Love,” “Sand Point,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged. Two copies available.Box 10 
2002, AugustALASKA. The cover features a salmon seiner and its crew. Articles include: “In a Grizzly’s Jaws,” “Endangered Fishermen,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged. Two copies available.Box 10 
2002, NovemberALASKA. The cover features a wolf from the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Articles include: “Alaska’s Wolves,” “Song of the Arctic,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2002, December, 2003, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features former governor Jay Hammond. Articles include: “King of Alaska Rivers,” “Smeagol’s Ghost,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged. Three copies available.Box 10 
2003, MarchALASKA. The cover features Swedish musher Kenth Fjellborg. Articles include: “The Heart of the Iditarod,” “Mystery of Mount Sanford,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged. Two copies available.Box 10 
2003, May, JuneALASKA. The cover features the Mosquito Legend pole along the totem trail at Sitka National Historical Park. Articles include: “Native Knowledge,” “Far North Theater,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2003, JulyALASKA. The cover features an Alaska brown bear at Geographic Harbor in Katmai National Park and Preserve. Articles include: “The Harpooners,” “High on Pain,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2003, OctoberALASKA. The cover features a bald eagle. Articles include: “A Dream Born on the Wind,” “The Sinking of the Galaxy,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2003, NovemberALASKA. The cover features a great horned owl. Articles include: “Beasts of No Burden,” “Career Carver,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2003, December, 2004, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features cabin in the Interior glowing on a winter night. Articles include: “Farewell to the High Swami,” “As Footprints Fade,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2004, MarchALASKA. The cover features an Iditarod Trail sled dog race team. Articles include: “Cooking on the Iditarod,” “Perfect Partner,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2004, AprilALASKA. The cover features a fly- fisherman fighting a silver salmon. Articles include: “Of Light and Wings,” “Rollin’ on the River,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2004, May, JuneALASKA. The cover features a cruise ship tied to a dock in Juneau. Articles include: “Rising Tide,” “Meyers Chuck,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2004, AugustALASKA. The cover features surfer Shaun “Fishbone” Williams in the icy water of Yakutat. Articles include: “Voyage of Discovery,” “Northern Latitude: Cordova,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2004, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features a bull moose during the rut at Denali National Park and Preserve. Articles included: “Devoted to the Dividend,” “Wild West Ducks,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2004, December, 2005, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features Leo and and Julia Hicker looking out into a winter night from a log cabin in Wiseman. Articles include: “Rich and Beautiul,” “Christmas in the Bush,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2005, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features a camper taking in the view at Lituya Bay and Fairweather Range. Articles include: “49 Reasons to Love Our State,” “Ice ‘n Toasty,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2005, MarchALASKA. The cover features Iditarod musher Charlie Boulding. Articles include: “Dance for the Children,” “Easy Rider,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2005, AprilALASKA. The cover features a fisherman with a silver salmon. Articles include: “The Chugach Odyssey,” “Mystery Fish,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2005, JulyALASKA. The cover features the summit of Denali. Articles include: “Northern Latitude: Kodiak,” “Defending Denali,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2005, AugustALASKA. The cover features a F- 15E from the 90th Fighter Squadron at Elmendorf Air Force Base over the Alaska Range. Articles include: “Wild Rivers,” “Soldiers and Rescuers,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2005, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features a brown bear eating chum salmon in the McNeil River. Articles include: “Working the Wild Side,” “The Bear Facts,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2006, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features hikers climbing the Alpine Ridge on Douglas Island. Articles include: “Riches or Ruin?” “Weekend Escapes,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2006, MarchALASKA. The cover shows Melanie Gould during the 2005 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. Articles include: “Arctic Winter Games,” “Snowstruck,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2006, AprilALASKA. The cover features spawning sockeye salmon. Articles include: “The Hunt that Saved a Tradition,” “Better Red than Dead,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2006, May, JuneALASKA. The cover features Vern Tejas strumming his guitar on Denali. Articles include: “Mr. Denali,” “The Lost Coast,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2006, JulyALASKA. The cover features Denali’s south side. Articles include: “Northern Latitude: Fairbanks,” “On Alert for Bird Flu,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2006, AugustALASKA. The cover features a brown bear at the McNeil River Sanctuary. Articles include: “The Last Spear Throwers,” “Bears Betrayed,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2006, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features a mountain goat. Articles included: “Float through the Wind,” “Alaska Voices: On the Hunt,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2006, OctoberALASKA. The cover features a Chilkat raven dancer. Articles include: “Northern Latitude: Whittier,” “A Letter to Edgar Allen Poe,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2007, MarchALASKA. The cover features an Iditarod team crossing the the Alaska Range at Rainy Pass. Articles include: “Susan Butcher’s Last Great Race,” “Frozen Moments,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2007, AprilALASKA. The cover depicts fly- fishing at sunset. Articles include: “Southeast Black Bears,” “Saltwater Espresso,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2007, JulyALASKA. The cover features midnight sun arcs. Articles include: “Living on Arctic Time,” “Togiak Tango,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2007, AugustALASKA. The cover features a canoeist paddling across Lower Summit Lake. Articles include: “Crystal-Clear Quality,” “Kid Karstens,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2007, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features a hiker on Mount Dickey in 1955. Articles include: “Crunching the Moose Numbers,” “The Kodiak Quandry,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2007, OctoberALASKA. The cover features the M/V Tustumena on the Alaska Marine Highway System. Articles include: “Time to Catch,” “No Sympathy,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2008, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features Governor Sarah Palin. Articles include: “Palin’s Way,” “Living the Dream,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2008, MarchALASKA. The cover features an avalanche bearing down on a skiier outside of Haines. Articles include: “School of Fishing,” “Dangerous Ice,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2008, AprilALASKA. The cover features a fisherman releasing a red salmon. Articles include: “King Island Journal,” “Rebels at the Derby,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2008, MayALASKA. The cover features Governor Mike Stepovich. Articles include: “No. 49 Turns 50,” “Dying, Alaska-Style,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2008, JuneALASKA. The cover features a starfish on a black- sand beach. Articles include: “Underwater Alaska,” “Stalking the Salmon Shark,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2008, NovemberALASKA. The cover features Sarah Palin, Frank Murkowski, and Tony Knowles. Articles include: “Falling for Kodiak,” “Don’t Forget Your Boots,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2009, JuneALASKA. The cover features a child in the village of Kwethluk. Articles include: The Man and the Mountain,” “Saving Subsistence,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2009, July, AugustALASKA. The cover features bear attack survivor Petra Davis. Articles include: “The Price of the Hunt,” “Survivor,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2009, OctoberALASKA. The cover features Captain Phil Harris aboard the F/V Cornelia Marie. Articles include: “Big State on the Small Screen,” “Of Wood and Warmth,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2009, NovemberALASKA. The cover features a rock ptarmigan in Denali National Park. Articles include: “Think Locally, Eat Locally,” “Genuine Encounters,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged. Three copies available.Box 10 
2009, December, 2010, JanuaryALASKA. The aurora borealis dances over a cabin in the White Mountains National Recreation Area. Articles include: “Blue Ice: A Photo Essay,” “The Luckiest Catch,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 10 
2010, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features a polar bear and its mother in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Articles include: “The Smallest Hunter,” “Sailing to Seclusion,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 11 
2010, JuneALAKSA. The cover features a bull caribou in Denali National Park. Articles included: “An Adak Dream,” “Racing the Volcano,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged. Three copies available.Box 11 
2010, July, AugustALASKA. The cover features a bald eagle in flight. Articles include: “Dark Night of the Ski Pole,” “Set Netting at Seven Egg Creek,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 11 
2010, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features a bull moose in Denali National Park. Articles include: “Two Tents are Better than One,” “After the Kill Shot,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 11 
2010, OctoberALASKA. The cover features a fisherman selecting a fly. Articles include: “The Four Seasons,” “Winter on the Kenai,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged. Three copies available.Box 11 
2010, NovemberALASKA. The cover features a wildfire in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. Articles include: “Silver Bullets on the Fly,” “Lands on Fire,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged. Three copies available.Box 11 
2010, December, 2011, JanuaryALASKA. The cover features a rustic cache decorated for Christmas in Homer. Articles include: “A Gem in the Shadow of a Pebble,” “The Hermit,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 11 
2011, FebruaryALASKA. The cover features a kayaker paddling by a glacier in Kenai Fjords National Park. Articles include: “A School of Their Own,” “Beachcombing in the Gulf of Alaska,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 11 
2011, AprilALASKA. The cover features water flowing past a cutthroat trout. Articles include: “Seal Team,” “A Year in the Mountains,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 11 
2011, MayALASKA. The cover features hiker on the Brooks Range. Articles include: “Hit the Trail,” “The Wild Road,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 11 
2011, JuneALASKA. The cover features a dall sheep in Denali Park and Preserve. Articles include: “Ticket to Paradise,” “Dog Days on Kodak,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 11 
2011, July, AugustALASKA. The cover features a brown bear in Hallo Bay Bear Camp. Articles include: “A Scouting Year,” “A Bridge to… Somewhere?” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 11 
2011, SeptemberALASKA. The cover features the Mendenhall Glacier. Articles include: “Beginner’s Duck,” “Holiday Meals, Alaska Style,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 11 
2011, NovemberALASKA. The cover features a cruise ship at a dock in Skagway. Articles include: “Know Before You Go,” “Alaska by Boat,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 11 
2012, JuneALASKA. The cover features hikers in Polychrome Pass. Articles included: “Great Ride Fits Great Land,” “Alaska Lodger Lure High-End Client,” etc.This issue has not been cataloged.Box 11 
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1946, November Alaska Sportsman. The cover features two women in front of a cabin. Articles include: “Bears Around the Bend,” “Troubles of a Troller,” etc. Relevant pages: 9 (“Alaska’s Fertile Farms”). This item has not been cataloged. Box 1
1956, July Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a a bear and a totem pole. Articles include information about the Richardson Highway, Kodiak bears, farmlands and dairy barns, etc. Relevant pages: 18-19 (“The Scenic Land”), 24- 27 (“Cows, Bulls and Dairy Barns”), 30 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 51, 52 Box 1
1956, October Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a black bear stealing a boat from fishermen. Articles include information about William H. Seward, the Klondike, Manley Hot Springs, etc. Relevant page: 22 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”) Box 1
1956, November Alaska Sportsman. The cover features an otter in water playing with a Japanese glass fishing float. Articles include information about the Kodiak-Afognak Island group, the mailboat, hunting Alaskan brown bears, etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 1
1956, December Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a moose running through a woman’s clothes line. Articles include photographs, letters from readers, and pieces about Klondike, the Arctic Wilderness, the Richardson Trail, etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 1
1957, January Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a bear catching a salmon. Articles include information on dog sledding, the Taylor Highway, “Alaska Nellie” Lawson, etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 1
1957, February Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a hunter aiming at a polar bear. Articles include information on bear hunters finding gold in a glacier, fishing king salmon, etc. Relevant pages: 24,26 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”) Box 1
1957, March Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a man in a boat in water surrounded by caribou. Articles include information about the Norton Sound, throwing stones in Fairbanks, the Yukon, etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 1
1957, May Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a Native father and son fishing. Articles include information about moose, white whales, Dead Horse Gulch, etc. Relevant page: 30 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”) Box 1
1957, June Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a bear attacking a musk ox while a man looks on. Articles include information about gardening, the salmon derby in Seward, Alaska restaurants, etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 1
1957, July Alaska Sportsman. The cover shows a woman standing by a car admiring scenery. Articles include information about bears, mallards, the Baychimo ghost ship, etc. Annual pictorial number. This issue has not been cataloged.
1957, August Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a mountain range. Articles include information about grizzly bears, women truck drivers, the Lisianski Inlet, wolves, etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 1
1957, October Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a mother seal and her pups. Articles include information about a Native artist in Shishmaref, T-Day in Sitka, a former solider at Saint Michael, etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 1
1957, November Alaska Sportsman. The cover features an older Native man while a young couple dances in the background. Articles include information on sheep in the Cassiars, the Matanuska, animal conservation, etc. Relevant page: 30 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”) Box 1
1957, December Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a snowman with a bird on his pipe. Articles include information on gold mines, bear and moose hunting, the Kotzebue Sound, the Sternwheel Museum, etc. This issue has not been cataloged.
1958, February Alaska Sportsman. Relevant page: Cover, 14- 15, 40 Box 1
1958, March Alaska Sportsman. Relevant pages: 16-17, 38. Box 1
1958, April Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a snowy scene with mountains and a body of water. Articles include information about salmon fishing in Bristol Bay, the Northern Lights, Kenai, etc. Relevant page: 31 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”) Box 1
1958, May Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a man with a boat in a mountain valley. Articles include information about bear hunting, sheep, prehistoric men in the Americas, etc. Relevant page: 29 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”) Box 1
1958, June Alaska Sportsman. The cover features backpackers overlooking the White Hills of Kodiak. Articles include information on Kodiak, Kenai, fishing, Guy Kibbee, etc. Relevant pages: 27, 35 Box 1
1958, July Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a woman in summer clothes by a glacier. Articles include information about fishing, the Golden Derby, Seldovia, etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 1
1958, August Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a couple overlooking a lake and mountain vista. Articles include information on the Yukon, ships, whales, etc. Annual pictorial number. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 1
1958, September Alaska Sportsman. The cover features people in front of Mendenhall Glacier. Articles include information about deer, prospecting, etc. Relevant pages: 11, 12 (“Letter from Matanuska”), 30 Box 1
1958, October Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a couple with a young moose. Articles include information on farming, the Yukon Telegraph Service, caribou migration, etc. Relevant pages: 28, 29 (“Moose in the Chicken House”) Box 1
1958, November Alaska Sportsman. The cover features bears in rapids. Articles include information on steamboats, fishing, moose, Native individuals, the Yukon Telegraph Service, etc. Relevant page: 2 (“Kokogiak, Legendary Polar Bear”) Box 1
1959, February Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a dog sled team in a snowy landscape. Articles include information about bear, caribou, Native individuals, the Yukon Telegraph Service, etc. Relevant pages: 20 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”) Box 1
1959, March Alaska Sportsman. The cover features Mt. McKinley/Denali reflected in water. Articles include information about the Fisherman’s Railroad, prospecting, Native individuals, the Yukon Telegraph Service, etc. Relevant pages: 14 (“Calendar of Alaska Events”) Box 1
1959, June Alaska Sportsman. Articles include information about goats, Native individuals, prospecting, ivory carving, etc. Relevant pages: 22-24 (“Here We Built Our Home”, 47, 48-Q, 57, 91. Statehood Issue. Box 1
1959, December Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a view of Auke Lake near Juneau as seen from the Chapel by the Lake. Articles include information about sled dogs, the Yukon, the Christmas ship, the Matanuska, etc. Relevant pages: 18-19 (“Another Year in the Matanuska”, 30-32 (“Baranof Island Goat”) Box 1
1960, February Alaska Sportsman. The cover features two people standing outside a cabin in a snowy landscape. Articles include information about sled dogs, trout, the Yukon, Nome, etc. Relevant pages: 9 (“Main Trails and Bypaths”) Box 1
1960, March Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a person overlooking Mount Redoubt from Kenai. Articles include information about the Alaska Highway, bears, caribou, Petersburg, etc. Relevant pages: 8-9 (“Hidden Valley Grayling”), 35 (“Reporter on the Road”), 60-62 Box 1
1960, July Alaska Sportsman. The cover features Mt. McKinley/Denali at dusk. Articles include information about Klondike, game, Roswell Bay, polar bears, etc. Relevant pages: 33 (“A New Author” Box 1
1960, October Alaska Sportsman. The cover features Long Lake during autumn. Articles include information about wolves, rams, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game newsletter, etc. Relevant pages: 27 (“Fire on the Tundra” Box 1
1960, November Alaska Sportsman. The cover features big-horn sheep. Articles include information about the Pacific walrus, Yukon steamboat, Oolook and the Bering bulls, etc. Relevant pages: 24,25,26,27 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 59 (“Homesteading from Scratch”) Box 1
1960, December Alaska Sportsman. The cover features Auke Lake at winter. Articles include information about northern fur seals, moose, homesteading, ice fishing, etc. Relevant pages: 29 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”) Box 1
1961, January Alaska Sportsman. The cover features an aerial view of Anchorage. Articles include information about wolverine, moose, igloos, homesteading, Anchorage, etc. Relevant pages: 19, 20 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 32 (“City on Top of the World”) Box 1
1961, February Alaska Sportsman. The cover features the Trout River along Alaska Highway. Articles include information about sea otters, Anchorage, the Yukon steamboat, etc. Relevant pages: 13, 15 (“How to Acquire Government Land in Alaska”), 22 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 35, 36 (“Along Northern Trails at Presstime”), 52 (“Homesteading from Scratch”) Box 1
1961, March Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a troller passing through Favorite Channel. Articles include information about mountain goats, farming, Anchorage, etc. Relevant pages: 2-3, 24 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 25 (“Alaska Department of Fish and Game Newsletter”), 28, 32 (“City on Top of the World”). Box 1
1961, April Alaska Sportsman. The cover features Mt. McKinley/Denali at night. Articles include information about wolves, elk, Glacier cabin, homesteading, etc. Relevant pages: 12-13 (“I Killed Me a Wolf”), 19, 21, 22, 24 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 27 (“Alaska Department of Fish and Game Newsletter”), 28 (“Glacier Cabin”), 32 (“The Weasels of Alaska”), 35, 44, 49-51. Box 1
1961, June Alaska Sportsman. The cover features the Keno Steamship during its last run. Articles include information about prospecting, Disney, bald eagles, homesteading, etc. Relevant pages: 11,13,14 (“Alaska’s Growing State Parks System”), 44 (“The Alaskan Camp Cook”) Box 1
1961, July Alaska Sportsman. The cover features grayling fishing on the Little Tonsina. Articles include information on Nome dog sledding, Baranov, conservation, grayling, walrus, etc. Relevant pages: 14-17 (“Alaska Conservation – G.I. Style”), 21,22 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 41-43 (“The Alaskan Camp Cook”) Box 1
1961, August Alaska Sportsman. The cover features moose in front of a mountain landscape in the evening. Articles include information about Alaska’s Ptarmigan, Malinka Queen of the Malemutes, Aleutian Crossroads, etc. Relevant pages: 28, 29 (“I Loved Alaska and the Highway”), 40, 42 (“Along Northern Trails”) Box 1
1961, September Alaska Sportsman. The cover shows a fish wheel in use on the Klutina. Articles include information about the Nagoon Berry, the snowshoe hare, buck, etc. Relevant pages: 32-33, 34 (“Along Northern Trails”) Box 1
1961, October Alaska Sportsman. The cover shows a cabin in the Kenai. Articles include information about igloo potters, the hoary marmot, gold prospecting, etc. Relevant pages: 11 (“Full Bag in McKinley Park”),16, (“An Eye for an Eye”), 28-37 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 44 (“Alaska Department of Fish and Game Newsletter”) Box 1
1961, November Alaska Sportsman. The cover features the Aleutian Shores. Articles include information about bison, grouse, medicine women, the Nome sweepstakes, etc. Relevant pages: 24 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 37, 39, 40 (“The Alaskan Camp Cook”) Box 1
1962, January Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a winter scene. Articles include information about the Yukon cattle drive, magpie, Nome, etc. Relevant pages: 6 (“Winter Scene”) Box 1
1962, April Alaska Sportsman. The cover features McKinley/Denali park in the winter. Articles include information about Nome, Cheechako totem, caribou, etc. Relevant pages: 38, 41 (“Kobuk Diary”) Box 1
1962, June Alaska Sportsman. The cover features the Tikchiks. Articles include information about wildfires, the Northern Lights, waterfowl nesting habitat, Nome, etc. Relevant pages: 33, 35, 38 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”) Box 1
1962, July Alaska Sportsman. The cover features Sitka Harbor. Articles include information about trophy walrus, Muldrow Glacier, the hatchery at Hugh Smith, etc. Relevant pages: 38, 39 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”) Box 1
1962, August Alaska Sportsman. The cover features Native girls at Hooper Bay. Articles include information about Robert Campbell, Chilkat dancers, rams, etc. Relevant pages: 37, 39, 41 (“Bear Den in the Thunder Hills”) Box 1
1962, September Alaska Sportsman. The cover features Atlin, British Colombia. Articles include information about prospecting, flying squirrels, caribou, etc. Relevant pages: 14, 15 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 26-27 (“Lake Louise Caribou”), 39, 44 (“Snowslide on Chilkoot Pass.”) Box 1
1962, October Alaska Sportsman. The cover features winter fields in Matanuska. Articles include information about prospecting, grizzly bears, trout, Nunivak holiday, etc. Relevant pages: Cover, 35, 41 (“We Wanted to Homestead”) Box 1
1962, November Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a camp on a slope of Mt. McKinley/Denali. Articles include information about prospecting, moose, sheefish, etc. Relevant pages: 32 (“Sitka’s Derby Queen”) Box 1
1963, January Alaska Sportsman. The cover features the Northern Lights. Articles include information about prospecting, sheep, rams, etc. Relevant pages: 29-30, 31, 32, 40 (“Down the Gulkana”) Box 1
1963, February Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a portrait of Kiam. Articles include information about homesteads, the Klondike, the salmon derby, white whale, etc. Relevant pages: 35 (“The Monthly Milepost”) Box 1
1963, March Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a fly fisherman. Articles include information about the Northern Lights, salmon, baseball, moose nets, geese, etc. Relevant pages: 31 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”) Box 1
1963, April Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a dog team. Articles include information about sled dogs, grizzly bears, Nome, etc. Relevant pages: 28-29 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”) Box 1
1963, June Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a trapper’s cache in McKinley Park. Articles include information about the Klondike, Frank Yasuda, Zapora Queen of the Halibut Streamers, etc. Relevant pages: 21 (“New Life for the Davidson Ditch”), 31, 41 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”) Box 1
1963, July Alaska Sportsman. The cover features Portage Glacier. Articles include information about snow geese, Dall sheep, the Alaska Highway, etc. Relevant pages: 37 (“Mileposts”), 42 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”) Box 1
1963, August Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a Port Chilkoot tribal house. Articles include information about Lakes of Revilla, wolverine, the Klondike, etc. Relevant pages: 37 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”) Box 1
1963, September Alaska Sportsman. The cover features Anan Creek. Articles include information about moose, sled dog trails, Arctic rescue, etc. Relevant pages: 11 (“Mileposts”), 16 (“Of Wind and Moose”), 18- 20, 23 (“Maps and Mileposts”), 42 (“Ketchikan to Barrow”), 43, 44 (“End of the Trail”). Box 1
1963, October Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a mother brown bear and her cub. Articles include information about Arctic housing, ram, S.S. Nenana, etc. Relevant pages: 4 (“Letters, Notes, and Comments”), 45 (“End of the Trail”) Box 1
1963, December Alaska Sportsman. The cover features Whitehorse at night. Articles include information about the Valdez Trail, motorcycle racing on ice, the Yukon, etc. Relevant pages: 31 (“Ketchikan to Barrow”), 36, 38 (“Training Young Huskies”) Box 1
1964, January Alaska Sportsman. The cover features walrus hunters. Articles include information about dog sledding, camping, hunting, farming, etc. Relevant pages: 10-14 (“Knik”), 35, 38-39 (“It Happened Like This”), 45 (“Ends of the Trail”) Box 1
1964, February Alaska Sportsman. The cover features the Brooks River. Articles include information about open cattle ranches, game, sailing, farming, etc. Relevant pages: 27, 28 (“Ketchikan to Barrow”) Box 1
1964, April Alaska Sportsman. The cover features people riding horseback in the high country. Articles include information about cruising on the Kobuk, Anaktuvuk Pass, farming, etc. Relevant pages: 32-34 (“It Happened Like This”), 45 (“End of the Trail”) Box 1
1964, May Alaska Sportsman. The cover features trout fishing at Lake Atlin. This issue includes a statewide pictorial, and articles about fishing, pioneers, dog sledding, etc. Relevant pages: 3 (“Letters, Notes, & Comment”), 18 (“Industry”), 25 (“Mileposts”), 32 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”) Box 1
1964, June Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a little boy holding a fish. Articles include information about the wreck of the Tahoma, wolf hunting, a visit to Ruby, an Alaska earthquake, etc. Relevant pages: 51 (“Sled Dog Trails”), 61 (“End of the Trail”) Box 1
1964, July Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a Native girl jumping on a skin outstretched by members of her community. Articles include information about grizzlies, salmon, trout fishing, etc. Relevant pages: 18-21 (“Alaska Land – Want Some?”), 58-60 (“Northlanders”), 61 (“End of the Trail”) Box 1
1964, September Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a hiker and a dog looking out at a mountain. Articles include information about glaciers, hunting, Kodiaks and Bows, logging, etc. Relevant pages: 22 (“Come See Our Glaciers”), 39, 42 (“Ketchikan to Barrow”) Box 1
1964, November Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a bull moose. Articles include information about moose, storms, black bear, salmon traps, Talkeetna, etc. Relevant pages: 58 (“Mileposts”), 59 (“End of the Trail”) Box 1
1965, February Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a seaside town. Articles include information about logging camps, salt water goats, brown bear hunting, etc. Relevant pages: 41 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 61 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1965, April Alaska Sportsman. The cover features an aerial view Sitka. Articles include information about the Alaska State Fair, Nome, moose hunting, Kanatak, etc. Relevant pages: 6 (“The Frontspiece”), 8-12 (“Alaska State Fair”), 42 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 61 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1965, May Alaska Sportsman. The cover features boats in a dock. Articles include information about Manley Hot Springs, salmon, sled dog trails, etc. Relevant pages: 7 (“Main Trails and Bypaths”), 24- 29 (“Willow Creek Mining District, Part 1”), 31 (“May in Alaska’s History”), 61 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1965, June Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a boy looking out at Mt. McKinley/Denali from across a tundra pond. Articles include information about sled dog trails, camping on the Kenai, the Valdez trail, etc. Relevant pages: 15-19 (“Willow Creek Mining District, Part 2”), 62 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1965, July Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a red salmon. Articles include information about moose, Sitka’s holiday for for loggers, Sam White, etc. Relevant pages: 10 (“Alaskas Moose”), 29 (“July in Alaska’s History”) Box 2
1965, August Alaska Sportsman. The cover features caribou on ice. Articles include information about birds of the Yukon delta, Sam White, Stever Mine, etc. Relevant page: 60 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1965, September Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a grizzly bear at play. Articles include information about duck, polar bears, Martin Radovan, etc. Relevant pages: 41, 42 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”) , 54 (“Early Days at Stewart”), 58 (“Mileposts”), 60 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1965, October Alaska Sportsman. The cover features red foxes. Articles include information about agriculture, John P. Clum, Skwentna, etc. Relevant pages: 26-28 (“Potatoes and Vegetables”), 31 (“End of the Trail”), 42 (“Sled Dog Trails”) Box 2
1965, November Alaska Sportsman. The cover features goats. Articles include information about hunting walrus, salmon fishing, goats, Sam White, etc. Relevant pages: 68, 69 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 83 (“End of the Trail”), 87-89 (“My First Wolf”) Box 2
1965, December Alaska Sportsman. The cover features snow geese on Stikine river flats. Articles include information about moose, bear hunting, ice men, etc. Relevant pages: 16-17 (“Back to Dust”), 22 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”) Box 2
1966, January Alaska Sportsman. The cover features the fishing vessel Chatham on Iniskin Bay. Articles include information about Matanuska Valley farming, Wrangell, the Northland doctor’s wife, etc. Relevant pages: 12-14 (“Matanuska Valley Farming – Dairying”), 19 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 25 (“January in Alaska’s History”), 31 (“Our Brown Pirate”), 52 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1966, February Alaska Sportsman. The cover features the Emperor Goose. Articles include information about the emperor goose, sled dogs, the Northland doctor’s wife, etc. Relevant pages: 27 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 54, 55 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1966, April Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a grayling fisherman. Articles include information about trout, glaciers, goats, etc. Relevant pages: 58-59 (“Alaska and B.C.-Yukon Fishing Guide”) Box 2
1966, May Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a browsing moose. Articles include information about ice floes, Arctic fishing, sled dog trails, etc. Relevant pages: 24 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 30 (“Sled Dog Trails”) Box 2
1966, July Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a red fox. Articles include information about whalebone, kayaking, cabins and totems, etc. Relevant pages: 42 (“The North in Print”), 43, 45 (“The Monthly Milepost”) Box 2
1966, October Alaska Sportsman. The cover features Moose Creek in September. Articles include information about White River bulls, white fox, beaver trapper, etc. Relevant pages: 30 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 53 (“The Monthly Milepost”) Box 2
1966, November Alaska Sportsman. The cover features bull caribou. Articles include information about grizzlies, porcupine, game laws, etc. Relevant pages: 17 (“Poisoining Means Good Fishing”), 28 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”) Box 2
1966, December Alaska Sportsman. The cover features the Aurora Borealis over Fairbanks. Articles include information about the people of Old Crow, porcupine, and the last days of Attu Village, etc. Relevant pages: 45 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 54 (“End of the Trail”), 55, 59 (“Sled Dog Trails”) Box 2
1967, January Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a dog team. Articles include information about Dolomi, sled dog trails, moose, etc. Relevant pages: 10-13 (“Moose Can be Mean”), 40, 41, 44 (“The Centennial: It’s a Big Year Ahead”) Box 2
1967, February Alaska Sportsman. The cover features the Port Heiden Emperor Goose hunt. Articles include information about polar bear, Chilkats, sled dog trails, etc. Relevant pages: 41 (“Centennial Album”), 50 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1967, March Alaska Sportsman. The cover features Mt. McKinley/Denali. Articles include information about: Klutina Lake, fish traps, sled dog trails, etc. Relevant pages: 52 (“North in Print”), 55 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1967, April Alaska Sportsman. The cover features Alaska Peninsula brown bears. Articles include information about William Henry Seward, the black bull of Ewan Lake, a hidden grayling lake, etc. Relevant pages: 36 (“Another Dolly Varden Trip”), 54, 55 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1967, May Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a photo from the Alaska range. Articles include information about wolves, Kenai National Moose Camp, rockhounds and octopi, etc. Relevant pages: 9-10 (“A Goat for a Kid”), 51-52 (“North in Print”), 11-13 (“Breaking Trail to Palmer”), 34 (“We Fly the Highway”), 46, 38 (“Sled Dog Trails”). Box 2
1967, July Alaska Sportsman. The cover features M.V. Schwatka. Articles include information about Snookum the Moose, grouse, whale hunting, etc. Relevant page: 55 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1967, August Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a brown bear. Articles include information about glacier surges, Tom Gibson, rock paintings on the Tuksuk, etc. Relevant page: 55 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1967, September Alaska Sportsman. The cover features Mt. Brooks. Articles include information about musk ox, sheep hunt, a Fairbanks log cabin, etc. Relevant pages: 13-14 (“Working Man’s Sheep Hunt”), 38 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 54, 56 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1967, October Alaska Sportsman. The cover features McKinley Park. Articles include information about wolves, canoes, the Cassiar, etc. Relevant pages: 1 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 54 (“The North in Print”), 61 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1967, December Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a blacktail buck. Articles include information about Christmas at Shishmaref, moose hunting, the Brooks Range sheep hunt, etc. Relevant pages: 43, 44 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 53, 54 (“End of the Trail”). Box 2
1968, January Alaska Sportsman. The cover features Sitka blacktail in winter. Articles include information about razor clams, sled dog tails, the Calder, etc. Relevant pages: 33 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 40 (“Monthly Milepost”), 46, 48 (“The North in Print”) Box 2
1968, February Alaska Sportsman. The cover features Tom Cod Jigging, Kotzebue. Articles include information about Jimmy Kane, grizzly bears, sea bird refugees, etc. Relevant pages: 38 (“Tundra”), 40, 41 (“The Monthly Milepost”), 55 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1968, March Alaska Sportsman. The cover features Seward Highway. Articles include information about spirit houses, hunting, sourdough bread, etc. Relevant pages: 55, 56 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1968, August Alaska Sportsman. The cover features summer caribou. Articles include information about brown bears, the mastodon flower, sled dog trails, etc. Relevant pages: 31 (“The Mastodon Flower”), 35 (“There Are Orchids in Alaska”), 44, 52, 53 (“The North in Print”), 54, 56 (“End of the Trail”). Box 2
1968, September Alaska Sportsman. The cover features a mountain sheep hunt. Articles include information about goldmining, fishing, sled dog trails, etc. Relevant pages: 51 (“Monthly Milepost”), 53 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1968, October Alaska Sportsman. The cover features Mt. McKinley. Articles include information about trapping, cranberries, tracking, etc. Relevant pages: 38 (“The Monthly Milepost”), 55, 56 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1968, November Alaska Sportsman. The cover features the Dall ram. Articles include information about polar bear, wolf hunting, the Kenai sheep hunt, etc. Relevant pages: 33 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 55 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1968, December Alaska Sportsman. The cover features Auke Lake at Mendenhall Glacier. Articles include information about the Alaska range, mushing, trapping, etc. Relevant pages: 9, 44-45. 1969 calendar included. Box 2
1969, January Alaska Sportsman. The cover features Sitka blacktail deer. Articles include information about the first bank in Klondike, an arctic wedding, walrus, etc. Relevant pages: 41, 42 (“Sled Dog Trails”), 55 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1969, February Alaska Sportsman. The cover features Charlie, the pet bull moose at Fort Richardson. Articles include information about snow goats, sled dog trails, etc. Relevant pages: 19-20 (“An Alaska Military History”), 30 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 55 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1969, March Alaska Sportsman. The cover features the North American sled dog championship race. Articles include information about rams, the Katmai National Monument, Alaskan military history, etc. Relevant pages: 55 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1969, June Alaska Sportsman. The cover features seagulls. Articles include information about sled dog trails, a housewife at sea, bear hunting, etc. Relevant pages: 55,56, 60 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1969, August Alaska Sportsman. The cover features red foxes and McKinley National Park. Articles include information about seal hunting, sled dog trails, the Karluk, etc. Relevant pages: 15 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 47, 48 (“The Monthly Milepost”), 55 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1969, September Alaska Sportsman. The cover features Dolly Varden from the Eek River. Articles include information about Alaska’s State Fish Awards, trout, razor clams, etc. Relevant pages: 10-11 (“Sheefish – Eskimo Tarpon”), 37, 44 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 60 (“End of the Trail”) Box 2
1969, November ALASKA.The cover features Sitka blacktail deer. Articles include information about Matanuska Valley harvest time, sled dog trails, Funter Bay’s Little Sweden, etc. Relevant pages: 9 (“Handicapped Hunt”), 16-17 (“Matanuska Valley Harvest Time”), 33 (“Alaska Here We Came!”), 42, 49 (“Housewife at Sea”) . Box 2
1969, December ALASKA. The cover features a Kutchin Athabascan lad. Contents include an introduction to Alaska, 1970 calendar, letters notes & comments, etc. Relevant pages: A1, 39, 40, 41, 45, 62. 1970 calendar. The first issue under the name ALASKA. Box 2
1970, January ALASKA. The cover features a Husky dog. Articles include information a ghost town, walrus hunting, the Russian Orthodox Church, etc. Relevant pages: 18 (“A Young Woman Comes to Alaska”), 21 (“The Alaska Sportsman”), 36 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 53, 54, 59 (“End of the Trail”) Box 3
1970, February ALASKA. The cover features a lynx. Articles include information about ptarmigan, amphibians, sled dog trails, etc. Relevant pages: 24 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 54, 59 (“End of the Trail”) Box 3
1970, March ALASKA. The cover features a ship in water at night. Articles include information about sourdough recipes, fish camp, sled dog trails, etc. Relevant pages: 3 (“1970 Alaska Travel Calendar”), 38 (“Wild River, Part II)”, 52 (“End of the Trail”) Box 3
1970, April ALASKA. The cover features a Toklat grizzly bear. Articles include information about Alaska’s Russian Easter, Joe and Fannie Quigley, the Talkeetnas, etc. Relevant pages: 27-29 (“Backpacking in the Talkeetnas”), 50, 51, 54 (“End of the Trail”) Box 3
1970, May ALASKA. The cover features bull walrus. Articles include information about the Inuit bible, walrus, Cape Newenham, etc. Relevant pages: A7, 54 (“End of the Trail”) Box 3
1970, June ALASKA. The cover features a black bear. Articles include information about sourdough, a Klondike woman’s diary, bird photography, etc. Relevant pages: 54 (“End of the Trail”) Box 3
1970, July ALASKA. The cover features children of the Nunivak Island. Articles include information about Jack King, basket weavers of Nunivak, homesteaders, etc. Relevant pages: 25, 26, 48, 55 Box 3
1970, August ALASKA. The cover features the Aleutka. Articles include information about bears, Chena Ridge, Lituya Bay, etc. Relevant pages: A1, A13, 48, 49 (“The Monthly Milepost”), 55 (“End of the Trail”) Box 3
1970, October ALASKA. The cover features caribou bull. Articles include information about snowmobiles, swans, canoeing, etc. Relevant pages: 63, 64, 66, 75 (“End of the Trail”) Box 3
1970, November ALASKA. The cover features the Midnight Sun 600 Race. Articles include information about sled dog trails, moose, musk ox, homesteads, etc. Relevant pages: 12 (“Sled Dog Trails”), 30-32 (“4- wheeling Family Fun”), A8 Box 3
1971, January ALASKA. The cover features the Coast Guard cutter Northwind. Articles include information about birds of the Bering Sea, loons and ravens, traveling the Steese, Alaskan wolf, etc. Relevant pages: 44 (“Padre of the Logs”), A6, 59 (“The Alaska- Northland Calendar”), 67, 68 (“End of the Trail”) Box 3
1971, February ALASKA. The cover features snow bunting. Articles include information about the totems of Old Kasaan, Alaskan wolf, Hatcher Pass, etc. Relevant pages: 35 (“Skies Over Hatcher Pass”), 42 (“The Dipper”), 54 (“The Alaska- Northland Calendar”), 66 (“End of the Trail”) Box 3
1971, March ALASKA. The cover features sled dogs. Articles include information about Teslin snowshoes, Tracy Arm, running the Alsek, etc. Relevant pages: A8, 65, 66, 68, 72 (“End of the Trail”) Box 3
1971, April ALASKA. The cover features Mount Moffet, Adak Island. Articles include information about seal hunting, the Alaska highway, walrus islands, etc. Relevant pages: 9 (Letters, Notes, & Comments), A3, A7, 65, 66 (“End of the Trail”), 68 (“The Alaska-Northland Calendar”) Box 3
1971, May ALASKA. The cover features Siberian Huskies in Northwest territories. Articles include information about Robert Service, boat building, the Harding Ice Field, etc. Relevant pages: 2-3 (Rock Hounds’ Guide), 8 (Letters Notes & Comments), 28 (The Monsters are Dying Off), A1, A4, 65, 67, 69, 72 (End of the Trail). Box 3
1971, June ALASKA. The cover features a Dall ram. Articles include information about Siberia, gardening, the Arctic tern, etc. Relevant pages: 19 (“The Alaska Sportsman”), 23 (“The Northwest Traveler”), A6 Box 3
1971, July ALASKA. The cover features a Tinglit canoe at Sitka. Articles include information about Siberia, Eklutna, salmon, etc. Relevant pages: 3 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 18-19 (“Will Eklutna Surivive?”), 23 (“The Alaska Northwest Traveler”), 38 (“Color Around the North”), 65 (“End of the Trails”) Box 3
1971, August ALASKA. The cover features a rocky mountain billy goat. Articles include information about Jack Thayer, wild berries, healing, permafrost, etc. Relevant pages: 9 (Letters Notes and Comments), 31 (The Alaska Northwest Traveler), 52, 55 (Oil Seeps) Box 3
1971, September ALASKA. The cover features Eldrid Rock Light. Articles include information about Inuit culture, salmon, grayling, etc. Relevant pages: 70 (End of the Trail) Box 3
1971, October ALASKA. The cover features a pair of bull moose. Articles include information about Arctic bird watching and photography, Prince of Wales Island, the Yukon, etc. Relevant pages: 10 (From Ketchikan to Barrow), 24- 26 (Puppies, Boys, and Ducks) Box 3
1971, November ALASKA. The cover features Inuit individuals whale hunting. Articles include information about moose, Cande Pass, whale hunting, etc. Relevant pages: 27 (“Snafu on Showshoes”), 28 (“Fruit Boat”), A1, A8, 67 (“End of the Trail”), 71 (“Pen Pals”). Box 3
1971, December ALASKA. The cover features a cabin in interior Alaska. Articles include: From Ketchikan to Barrow, The Alaska Northwest Traveler, Introduction to Alaska, etc. Relevant pages: 9 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), G10 Box 3
1972, January ALASKA. The cover features a tired sled dog. Articles include information about seals, canoeing, jade, etc. Relevant pages: 17 (“Flying the Alaska Highway in Mid-winter”), 31 (“She Carved Her Canoe”), A8, 70 (“End of the Trail”) Box 3
1972, February ALASKA. The cover features children of St. Lawrence Island. Articles include information about Makushin – Burning Mountain, William Duncan, the Cisco Streamer, etc. Relevant pages: A7, 68, 69 (“End of the Trail”) Box 3
1972, May ALASKA. The cover features the Kirk Point area near Ketchikan. Articles include information about eagles in Homer, gold prospecting, rainbow trout, etc. Relevant pages: 66, 67, 68 (“End of the Trail”), 78 (“Pen Pals”) Box 3
1972, June ALASKA. The cover features Alaska brown grizzlies at McNeil River. Articles include information about fishing, trout in Naknek Lake, Alaskan graveyards, etc. Relevant pages: 32 (“Of Golduggers and of Mooses”), 65 (“Why I Remember Alaska’s Graveyards”), 69 (“End of the Trail”) Box 3
1972, July ALASKA. The cover features Kathleen Lake. Articles include information about a Native village, Tugidak seals, Noyse Mountains, etc. Relevant pages: 26 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 67, 69 (“End of the Trail”) Box 3
1972, August ALASKA. The cover features a moose shedding velvet. Articles include information about the Queen Charlotte Islands, clam, eagles, brown bears, etc. Relevant pages: 9-11 (“Rampaging River”), 53- 55 (“A Clam Safari”), A1, 67, 68. Box 3
1972, September ALASKA. Th cover features the Tanner crab vessel. Articles include information about Tanner crab, Port Alexander, kelp, etc. Relevant pages: 22 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A7, A15, A16, 69 (“End of the Trail”). Box 3
1972, October ALASKA. The cover features southeastern Alaska pike fishing. Articles include information about the gold rush, Sitka, moose, etc. Relevant pages: 24 (“Alaska Miracle: Freezeup at Chitina”), A2, 59 (“Alaskan Genesis”) Box 3
1972, November ALASKA. The cover features youngsters from Nunapitchuk Village. Articles include information about the gold rush, Jim Brooks, a visit to Kanaga Island, etc. Relevant pages: A1, A2, A11, A12, 68 (“End of the Trail”) Box 3
1972, December ALASKA. The cover features Nome’s community Christmas tree. Articles include: From Ketchikan to Barrow, the Alaska/Yukon trading post, the Guide Post, etc. Relevant pages: 9, 11 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), G2, G14, G15 (“Introduction to Alaska”), A12. Two copies available. Box 3
1973, January ALASKA. The cover features a dog team and driver on frozen Arctic Ocean. Articles include information about: Vikings on the Shelikof, the gold rush, foxes, etc. Relevant pages: 32 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 68, 69 (“End of the Trail”), 76 (“My Summer as a Star”), 79 (“Pen Pals”) Box 3
1973, February ALASKA. The cover features frosted trees on a sunny winter’s morning. Articles include information about birds on birch, the Alaska/Yukon trading post, the gold rush, etc. Relevant pages: A2, 61 (“Jiggling for Pike”), 68, 69 (“End of the Trail”) Box 3
1973, March ALASKA. The cover shows future sled dogs at play. Articles include information about traveling from Anchorage to Nome, wild goose, gold rush, etc. Relevant pages: 34 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A6, A14-A15, A16, 66 (“End of the Trail”). Box 3
1973, April ALASKA. The cover features seals at Resurrection Bay. Articles include information about the gold rush, shrimpers in Petersburg, Seward, etc. Relevant pages: 5, 6 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 12, 13, 17 (“We Waited to Die”) Box 3
1973, May ALASKA. The cover features Dick Brown of Fairbanks and Skagway King. Articles include information about Wrangell, the gold rush, grayling, etc. Relevant pages: 19 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A16, 65, 66 (“End of the Trail”) Box 3
1973, June ALASKA. The cover features the seiner, Kristine Marie. Articles include information about halibut, scallops, Ketchikan, Fairbanks, etc. Relevant pages: 25, A5, 69 Box 3
1973, July ALASKA. The cover features brown bears at McNeil River. Articles include information about black bears, the gold rush, agriculture, etc. Relevant pages: A15, 64, 66, 67 (“End of the Trail”) Box 3
1973, September ALASKA. The cover features caribou bull in Mt. McKinleY/Denali National Park. Articles include information about Eliza Van Bibber, salmon fishermen, White Mountain rams, etc. Relevant pages: 16 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A11, 65 (“The Guide Post”), 77 (“Calendar”) Box 3
1973, October ALASKA. The cover features gold mining near Mt. McKinley/Denali. Articles include information about hunting polar bear in Canada, the McCarthy Road, Atlin, etc. Relevant pages: 17 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A2, 70, 74, 76, 78 (“End of the Trail”) Box 3
1973, November ALASKA. The cover features Bob Zuboff, lineal chief of the Basket Bay Tlingit tribe and head of the Beaver clan at Angoon. Articles include information about winter, boats, caribou, etc. Relevant pages: 27 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A6, A7, 78 (“End of the Trail”). Box 3
1973, December ALASKA. The cover features the Russian Orthodox Church at Angoon. Articles include information about caribou, Christmas, etc. Relevant pages: G4, G16, A3, A14. Includes the 1974 calendar. Box 3
1974, January ALASKA. The cover features dogs before a dog sled race. Articles include information about Willie Campbell, planes, Machetanz artist, etc. Relevant pages: 32-35 (“The Artist Machetanz”), A14, 55 (“The Guide Post”), 71, 72 (“End of the Trail”). Box 4
1974, February ALASKA. The cover features fishing floats and part of the Kodiak fleet. Articles include information about Prudhoe Bay pipeyard, Alaska travel planner special, the Shumagin Islands, etc. Relevant pages: 18 (“Alaska Travel Planner Special”), 32 (Letters Notes & Comments), A9, A16, 52. Box 4
1974, March ALASKA. The cover features a mother polar bear and cubs near Barter Island. Articles include information about the Iditarod trail, Cold Bay, crab digging, etc. Relevant pages: A2, A7, A14, 60, 62 (“The Alaska Yukon Trading Post”), 69 (“End of the Trail”). Box 4
1974, May ALASKA. The cover features a Sitka blacktail fawn. Articles include information about Russian Easter in Sitka, silver lode at Elbow Creek, the Yukon life style, etc. Relevant pages: 21, 59, 71 Box 4
1974, June ALASKA. The cover features Kelly Floss fly fishing for grayling. Articles include information about Atlin, flowers of Attu, tidepool critters, etc. Relevant pages: 13 (“Glossary of Alaska Place Names”), 27 (“Letters Notes & Comments”), 30-31 (“The Matanuska Valley Colony Barns”), A10, A12, 56 (“End of the Trail”), 75 (“The Alaska-Yukon Trading Post”). Box 4
1974, July ALASKA. The cover features Bristol Bay salmon fishing. Articles include information about lighthouses, fishery, floating the Karluk, etc. Relevant pages: A7, A12, 67 (“The Guide Post”) Box 4
1974, August ALASKA. The cover features a bald eagle. Articles include information about grizzlies, pelican, villages, etc. Relevant pages: A10, A12, 55 (“End of the Trail”), 69 (“The Guide Post”), 71 (“The Alaska- Yukon Trading Post”) Box 4
1974, September ALASKA. The cover features a 51-foot whale being hauled in by a crew near Barrow. Articles include information about the pipeline, Kodiak, the Yukon’s highest flyer, etc. Relevant pages: 30-31 (“The Alaska Sportsman”), 44 (“Color Around the North”), 59, 62, 63 (“The Guide Post”), 64 (“Glossary of Alaska Place Names”). Box 4
1974, October ALASKA. The cover features male deer. Articles include information about Devil’s Canyon, Yukon river people, John Pitcher, etc. Relevant pages: A2, 58 (“End of the Trail”), 73, 76 (“Pen Pals”) Box 4
1974, November ALASKA. The cover features a grizzly bear. Articles include information about trapping, Montague Island, Rufus Moody, etc. Relevant pages: 27 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A2, 56 (“Glossary of Alaska Place Names”), 62 (“End of the Trail”), 66 (“The Guide Post”) Box 4
1974, December ALASKA. The cover features three Samoyed pups. Articles included: From Ketchikan to Barrow, Pen Pals, End of the Trail, etc. Relevant pages: 23,G4, G15 (“Introduction to Alaska”), 36 (“Pen Pals”),47 (“End of the Trail”). Includes 1975 calendar. Box 4
1975, January ALASKA. The cover features a man and dog setting up a camp site. Articles include: Young Girl at Old Uyak, Life in Sourgrass Pond, Beachhead on Tarr Inlet, etc. Relevant pages: 28 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 40-41 (“Color Around the North”), A12, 58 (“The North in Print”), 59 (“End of the Trail”), 71 (“The Alaska Yukon Trading Post”). Box 4
1975, February ALASKA. The cover features horses in a snowy landscape. Articles included: “I Live With Wolves,” Bristol Bay and that Beautiful Disaster,” “This is My Town – White Mountain,” etc. Relevant pages: A1, A6, A7, A15, 53 (“End of the Trail”), 65, 67 (“The Guide Post”) Box 4
1975, March ALASKA. The cover features people canoeing. Articles included: “Lime Village,” “How to Travel to/in Alaska,” “Alaska Commercial Salmon Fisheries,” etc. Relevant pages: 28 (“The North in Print”), A7, A11, 62 (“End of the Trail”) Box 4
1975, April ALASKA. The cover features a fox. Articles included: “Navy Shares Adak with Eagles,” “We Wired the Wilderness,” “How to Raise Wolves,” etc. Relevant pages: 12 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 58, 59 (“End of the Trail”) Box 4
1975, May ALASKA. The cover features a little Native girl. Articles included: “Spring Stirs Ambler,” “Winter with Our Wolves,” “The Dolly Varden is Innocent,” etc. Relevant pages: A8, A13 Box 4
1975, June ALASKA. The cover features a man and two children holding up fish they caught. Articles included: “Our Kingdom on Kalgin,” “How Not to Go Backpacking,” “Tlingit-Haida Renaissance,” etc. Relevant pages: A14-15 (“Into an Unknown”), 50 (“End of the Trail”), 72 (“The Alaska-Yukon Trading Post”) Box 4
1975, July ALASKA. The cover features a long-haired mountain goat. Articles included: “Sailing Prince William Sound,” “Riverboat Racing, Alaska Style,” “Return to King Island,” etc. Relevant pages: A14, A16, 58, 59 (“End of the Trail”), 66 (“The Guide Post”), 74 (“The Alaska- Yukon Trading Post”). Box 4
1975, August ALASKA. The cover features ice falling from Hubbard Glacier. Articles included: “We Return to Revilla,” “Cheechako in the Yukon,” “Russian Musk Ox Roundup at Nunivak,” etc. Relevant pages: 16, 23 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 25 (“The Alaska Sportsman”), A2, A13, A16, 56 (“The Cabin Friend”), 59 (“Glossary of Alaska Place Names”). Box 4
1975, September ALASKA. The cover features a willow ptarmigan. Articles included: “Codfishing in the Bering Sea,” “Bethel: Most Mind- Boggling Village of them All,” “Alaska’s Fickle-Feathered Ptarmigan,” etc. Relevant pages: A13, 56, 67, 69 Box 4
1975, October ALASKA. The cover shows a cow moose in Clearwater Lake. Articles included: “Nose to Nose with a Sea Lion,” “Alaska’s Herring,” “Cultural Heritage Versus Welfare,” etc. Relevant pages: A2, A7, 50 “End of the Trail”. Box 4
1975, November ALASKA. The cover features Jim Smith checking his trapline. Articles included: “Pioneer Bush Pilot,” “Alaska’s Herring,” “Phasing Out the Aleuts – Again,” etc. Relevant pages: 9, 10 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 57 (“End of the Trail”), 71 (“The Alaska- Yukon Trading Post”) Box 4
1975, December ALASKA. The cover features a Native boy from Hughes. Articles included: “Cold!,” “Pint-Sized Sourdough,” “Pioneer Bush Pilot,” etc. Relevant pages: 17 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 40, 43 (“Removal Instructions”), 83, 84 (“End of the Trail”), Back Cover. Includes 1976 calendar. Box 4
1976, January ALASKA. The cover features a rope-pulling game in the Savoonga village. Articles included: “Down the Line,” “How to Build an Oil Barrel Stove,” “The Moose and the Hare,” etc. Relevant pages: 24 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 57 (“End of the Trail”), A9, A14, A15, A16, 54, 55 (“End of the Trail”), 64 (“Travel North!”). Box 4
1976, February ALASKA. The cover features the north peak of Mt. McKinley/Denali. Articles included: “Skiing Up a Mountain,” Earthquake Villages – A Decade of Struggle,” “Snowy Ptarmigan Trails,” etc. Relevant pages: 21, 25 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 38 (“Skiing Up a Mountain”), 46-48 (“Snowy Ptarmigan Trails”), A16, 51 (“End of the Trail”), 65 (“The Guide Post”). Box 4
1976, March ALASKA. The cover features an Alaska sled dog. Articles included: “Life in the Artic,” “The Biggest Native Villages of Them All,” Living on Mount Logan,” etc. Relevant pages: 13 (“Main Trails and Bypaths”), 26 (“The Alaska Sportsman”), A10, 51, 58 (“End of the Trail”) Box 4
1976, April ALASKA. The cover features a brown bear soaking in the McNeil River. Articles included: “Seeing Alaska by Bug,” “Sheep Mountain,” “Bicycling in Alaska,” etc. Relevant pages: 8 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow,”, A1, A10, A15, 54 (“End of the Trail”) Box 4
1976, May ALASKA. The cover features the home of Stan Price. Articles included: Lady on the Trail of ’98,” “Alaska’s Sea-Going Detectives,” “Trails of the High Country Coyote,” etc. Relevant pages: 24 (“The Alaska Sportsman”), 45 (“Trails of the High Country Coyote”) Box 4
1976, June ALASKA. The cover features a shot taken near Wood River. Articles included: “I Was Dying, but Not Dead,” “Kings for a Weekend,” “Alaska Gold Fever,” etc. Relevant pages: 33 (“35 Days in 1935”), 71 (“End of the Trail”), A4 Box 4
1976, July ALASKA. The cover features a 4th of July parade in Seward. Articles included: “Halibut Schooners,” “The Bountiful Barrens,” “Bluff, Alaska,” etc. Relevant pages: 26, 30 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 60 (“End of the Trail”), 77 (“The North in Print”) Box 4
1976, August ALASKA. The cover features a 51-pound king salmon. Articles included: “Forest Naturalists at Sea,” “Rescue in Southeastern,” Life on the Trapline,” etc. Relevant pages: 64, 65, 66 (“End of the Trail”), 82, 83 (“The Eskimo Lamp”) Box 4
1976, September ALASKA. The cover features salmon spawning at Brooks Falls. Articles include: “Wolf Kill,” Valdez Today is Okay,” “I Remember Petersburg,” etc. Relevant pages: 86, 87 (“End of the Trail”) Box 4
1976, October ALASKA. The cover features a male King Eider. Articles include: “Shipping to Alaska,” “Ted Lambert, Sourdough Artist,” “Six Hours at Prudhoe Bay,” etc. Relevant pages: 63, 65 (“End of the Trail”), 70 (“The North in Print”), A5, A8. Includes two inserts–a book promotion & order form and an Anchorage Times newspaper clipping of Sept. 20, 1976. Box 4
1976, November ALASKA. The cover features a Kodiak Island red fox. Articled include: “The Return of Wind- Power,” “Wolves in My Bedroom,” “Smoking Your Fish,” etc. Relevant pages: A3, A8. Includes an insert–Book advertisement & order form. Box 4
1976, December ALASKA. The cover features a holiday greeting from the Alaska Magazine staff. Articles include: “Misty, the Happy Workhouse,” “Ordeal on the Ice,” “Wolves in My Bedroom,” etc. Relevant pages: 15 (“Main Trails and Bypaths”), 54, 72 (“Wolves in My Bedroom”), 81, 94 (“End of the Trail”). Includes the 1977 calendar and photo insert as well as a book promotion & order form. Box 4
1977, January ALASKA.The cover features the Toklat grizzly bear. Articles included: “Sled Dogs in the Villages,” “The Friendly Whales of Prince William Sound,” “Man vs. Wolves and Wilderness,” etc. Relevant pages: 68 (“End of the Trail”) Box 4
1977, February ALASKA. The cover features the Anchorage Fur Rendezvous. Articles included: “Remembering the Katmai Eruption,” “Through the Yukon Gold Diggings,” etc. Relevant pages: 53-54 (“End of the Trail”), A2, 74 (“Alaskan Edibles”) Box 4
1977, March ALASKA. The cover features Mt. McKinley/Denali. Articles included: “Cruise to the Arctic,” “Phantom of the North,” etc. Relevant pages: 10 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 63, 64 (“End of the Trail”) Box 4
1977, April ALASKA. The cover features a golden plover and her day-old chick. Articles included: “Sam Trolling in 1929,” “A Boy’s First Deer,” etc. Relevant pages: 32-33 (“The Making of a Colonist”), 61, 62, 70-71 (“End of the Trail”) Box 4
1977, May ALASKA. The cover features the late Dougal Haston. Articles included: “Humor in Camp,” “Spring Trip with Pack Dogs,” etc. Relevant pages: 20 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 67 (“End of the Trail”) Box 4
1977, June ALASKA. The cover features a walrus haul on Walrus Islands Beach. Articles included: “How I Made No Money Raising Foxes,” “Return to Latouche,” etc. Relevant pages: 15 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A24, 63, 81 (“End of the Trail”) Box 4
1977, July ALASKA. The cover features a face at the totem park in Sitka. Articles included: “Alaska Indian Arts Paddles a New Canoe,” “Summer on a Yukon River Boat,” etc. Relevant pages: 13 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 57, 58, 67 (“This is My Town: Barrow”) Box 4
1977, August ALASKA. The cover features Julie Linkous fishing. Articles included: “The Grayling of Harriet Lake,” “The Yukon Portage,” etc. Relevant pages: 11 (“The Grayling of Harriet Lake”), 26-27 (“People of the North”), A19, 58 (“Interior Canoe Trails”), 83 (“The Alaska-Yukon Trading Post”). Box 4
1977, September ALASKA. The cover features a Native from Barrow looking for bowhead whales from his skin boat. Articles included: “Mating Bowhead Whales,” “Fall Whaling in Barrow,” etc. Relevant pages: 39 (“Whale Hunting by Skin Boat”), A10, A23-24, A26, A31, 82. Box 4
1977, October ALASKA. The cover features an Arctic tern. Articles included: “Nome – The Best of a Grand Tradition,” “The Bull That Came to Life,” etc. Relevant pages: 44 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A31, 67 (“The Caribou and the Whale”), 68 (“End of the Trail”) Box 4
1977, November ALASKA. The cover features a cow moose in the Yukon territory. Articles included: “Local Languages Alive and Well,” “Lady Stampeder,” etc. Relevant pages: 77, 78 (“End of the Trail”) Box 4
1977, December ALASKA. The cover features Christmas lights in Anchorage. Articles included: “Huslia Potlach,” “A Winter at Tikchik Lake,” etc. Relevant pages: A2, 60 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”). Includes the 1978 calendar. Box 4
1978, January ALASKA. The cover shows glacial ice drifting through Icy Bay. Articles included: “A Monster Mystery,” “The Thunder, the Stillness,” etc. Relevant pages: A22, A30, 63 (“Travel North!”), 66 (“The Cabin Friend”) Box 5
1978, February ALASKA. The cover features Dall ram sheep near Toklat River. Articles included: “The Swans in Our Lives,” “My Bicycle Trip Down the Yukon,” etc. Relevant pages: 65, 66, 67 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1978, March ALASKA. The cover features a blanket toss on the campus of the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Articles included: “Eagles of Adak,” “To Sitka With Love,” etc. Relevant pages: A1 Box 5
1978, April ALASKA. The cover features a mountain goat. Articles included: “Nathan Jackson,” “The Freewheeling Fishery,” etc. Relevant pages: A1, A20, 88 (“The Cabin Friend”), 91 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1978, May ALASKA. The cover features Paul Young of Juneau and his dog Kenai. Articles included: “The Legend of Papkes Landing,” “A Visit from Spooky,” etc. Relevant pages: A26, 76, 79 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1978, June ALASKA. The cover features a summertime view of of the lodge at McCarthy. Articles included: “Haidas: Old Tradition and a New Chief,” “A Maverick Teacher in the Aleutian Islands,” etc. Relevant pages: 59, 61 (“North in Print”), 84, 86 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1978, August ALASKA. The cover features Kathy Johnson looking down the Yanert Valley. Articles included: “Kuskokwim Salmon Fishing,” “Fox River Frontier,” etc. Relevant pages: A1, 54 (“Calendar of Events”), 60 (“Plant Lore of the Dena’inas”), 78, 80 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1978, September ALASKA. The cover features a young ring seal near Saint Lawrence Island in the Bering Sea. Articles include: “Fishing at Friely Lake,” “Houseboats on the Rivers of Interior Alaska,” etc. Relevant pages: 45 (“Autumn in Alaska”), A10, 64 (“The Cabin Friend”), 74 (“The Guide Post”), 81, 87 (“The Alaska-Yukon Trading Post”). Box 5
1978, November ALASKA. The cover features bald eagles. Articles included: “The Time of Winter’s Coming – Fall in the Brooks Range,” “The Valdez Glacier Gold Rush Route of 1898,” etc. Relevant pages: A1, A3, A7, A10-12, 79 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1978, December ALASKA. The cover features Northern Lights. Articles included: “Christmas in Alaska: Special Times Remembered,” “Santa’s Helicopter Sleigh,” etc. Relevant pages: 56 (“1904 Diary”). Includes the 1979 calendar. Box 5
1979, January ALASKA. The cover features a moose browsing in brush in McKinley/Denali National Park. Articles included: “Winter Crabbing,” “Tommy Jimmie – Totem Carver,” etc. Relevant pages: 70 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1979, February ALASKA. The cover features Linda Mellman and a friend’s dog team near Mount McKinley/Denali. Articles include: “Fisherwoman,” “Exploring Ice Caves in Alaska,” etc. Relevant pages: A2, A36- 37 (“Tok – the Town that Really Isn’t”), 55 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1979, March ALASKA. The cover features Sitka’s New Archangel Russian Dancers. Articles included: “Alaska Travel in the Territorial Days,” “Historic Dawson Being Restored,” etc. Relevant pages: 7, 40, A4, A5, A18, A19. Box 5
1979, April ALASKA. The cover features an angry lynx. Articles included: “Ratting on the Yukon Flats,” “Shuyak Island – A Small Wilderness,” etc. Relevant pages: A5, 87, 88 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1979, May ALASKA. The cover features bears at McNeil River Game Sanctuary. Articles included: “Aleutian Canada Goose Comes Back,” “Hooligan,” etc. Relevant pages: 46 (“Going Down”), A2, A5, 88 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1979, June ALASKA. The cover features an Arctic loon guarding her nest at McConnell River. Articles included: “Bears and Salmon,” “All About Alaska’s Mighty Mosquitoes,” etc. Relevant pages: A4, A28, 69 (“The Making [And Breaking] of an Alaskan Guide), 70, 72 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1979, July ALASKA. The cover features the riverboat S.S. Keno. Articles included: “National Monument Forgotten,” “Reindeer Herding,” etc. Relevant pages: 34 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”) Box 5
1979, August ALASKA. The cover features caribou in Mt. McKinley/Denali National Park. Articles included: “Catching Cohos with Flies,” “Bound for Bogoslof,” etc. Relevant pages: A2, A3, A13, 71, 72 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1979, September ALASKA. The cover shows herring gulls fighting over fish. Articles included: “Change in the Valley,” “Running the Alatna,” etc. Relevant pages: 9, 11 (“The Delta Project”), 13- 14 (“Change in the Valley”), A4-5, A10, 55 (“Cathedral Spires”), 94 (“End of the Trail”). Box 5
1979, October ALASKA. The cover features Native individuals from the village of Stebbins. Articles included: “Trapping Family on the Move,” “The Myth of Isolation,” etc. Relevant pages: A2, A21, 79, 80 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1979, November ALASKA. The cover features Kristi Palin and Audrey Rearden fishing. Articles included: “Winter’s Solitude,” “Is Alaska Mining an Endangered Industry?,” etc. Relevant pages: 70 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1979, December ALASKA. The cover features a Christmas tree in Fairbanks. Articles included: “The Yukon’s Tombstone Mountains,” “To the Man on Trail,” etc. Relevant pages: C4, A26, A32. Includes the 1980 calendar. Two copies available. Box 5
1980, January ALASKA. The cover features fishing in Crescent Harbor. Articles included: “One Hundred Miles on a Rope,” “Clarence Rhode,” etc. Relevant pages: 19 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A6, A8 Box 5
1980, February ALASKA. The cover features cross-country skiiers at Camp Nolan. Articles included: “The Cassiar: A Wild and Beautiful Road,” “Prince of Wales Island: Best-Kept Secret in Southwest,” etc. Relevant pages: 19-20, 75, 76 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1980, March ALASKA. The cover features a malemute taking a break while ice fishing. Articles include: “Breaking the Iditarod Trail,” “All in a Day’s Work: Mushers Recall Serum of 1925,” etc. Relevant pages: 31 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A14, 69, 70 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1980, April ALASKA. The cover features Kathy Johnson on ice in Mt. McKinley/Denali National Park. Articles include: “Getting In Over Your Head,” “Bear Show May Close,” etc. Relevant pages: 83, 86 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1980, May ALASKA. The cover features a canoeist gold-panning in the Fortymile River. Articles included: “Aleutians Legacy,” “Athabascan Beadwork: A Touch of Elegance,” etc. Relevant pages: 63 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1980, June ALASKA. The cover features a Sitka blacktail deer. Articles include: “We Nearly Froze to Death,” “Born Again,” etc. Relevant pages: 65 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1980, July ALASKA. The cover features a child reeling in a grayling. Articles include: “Stony Hill Overlook,” “Running the Inside Passage,” etc. Relevant pages: 52, 54 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1980, August ALASKA. The cover features Juneau’s Annual Golden North Salmon Derby. Articles included: “Troll Daze,” “Among the Kings of Katmai,” etc. Relevant pages: 62, 63 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1980, September ALASKA. The cover features a caribou calf with budding antlers. Articles included: “Trapped in an 80-foot Tidal Wave,” “Autumn on the Arm,” etc. Relevant pages: 40-41 (“Autumn on the Arm”), 48-49 (“State Fair’s: Summer’s Last Fling,”, 66, 67 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1980, October ALASKA. The cover features a sheep hunter seeking Dall rams. Articles included: “This is Our Land,” “A Morning with the Ducks,” etc. Relevant pages: 24 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 98-102 (“We Lost to the Winds from McKinley”) Box 5
1980, November ALASKA. The cover features a black bear fishing on the Peninsula. Articles included: “The Dempster by Dog Team,” “Last Encounter,” etc. Relevant pages: A6, A10, 92, 94 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1980, December ALASKA. The cover features a snowman and Christmas lights in Anchorage. Articles included: “Adventures of an Alaska Biplane,” Father Ruppert’s Last Pilgrimage,” etc. Relevant pages: 97 (“End of the Trail”). Includes the 1981 calendar. Box 5
1981, January ALASKA. The cover features a pioneer cabin in the Matanuska Valley. Articles included: “Sailing to Destruction,” “Brownie Meets a Bear,” etc. Relevant pages: Cover, A16-17, A21, 63 (“End of the Trail”). Box 5
1981, February ALASKA. The cover features skiiers at Turnagain Arm. Articles included: “Connecticut Yankees in an Airman’s Paradise,” “Along the Alaska Highway: Miles of Memories,” etc. Relevant pages: 5 (“Letters Notes & Comments”), 33 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A29, 66, 69 (“End of the Trail”), 76 (“Fossils Can Be Fun”). Box 5
1981, April ALASKA. The cover features the high slopes of Mt. McKinley/Denali. Articles included: “The Salmon Fishing Trip,” “Rafting the Faraway River,” etc. Relevant pages: 68, 69 (“End of the Trail”). Box 5
1981, May ALASKA. The cover features a breaching humpback whale near Admiralty Island. Articles included: “The Politics of Whaling,” “The Rare Beauty of Baleen,” etc. Relevant pages: A8, 67-68 (“End of the Trail”). Box 5
1981, June ALASKA. The cover features a mountain goat. Articles included: “Rescue on Mt. McKinley,” “The Knife Man,” etc. Relevant pages: 9, A28, 74 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1981, July ALASKA. The cover features a couple splitting chum slamon with an ulu. Articles included: “Herring: An Uncommon Common Fish,” “Alaska Via Model T,” etc. Relevant pages: 31 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 72 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1981, August ALASKA. The cover features a red fox in Denali National Park. Articles included: “Story of a Whale Hunt,” “To Band a Bald Eagle,” etc. Relevant pages: 27 (“Story of a Whale Hunt”), A14-15, A21, 69, 72 (“End of the Trail”) Box 5
1981, September ALASKA. The cover features caribou bulls swimming the Kobuk River. Articles included: “Man Alone,” “How an Expert Dresses a Moose,” etc. Relevant pages: 34, 36 (“The North in Print”), A22, A33, 51 (“Hunting the Flying Moose”), 67, 69, 70 (“End of the Trail”). Box 5
1981, October ALASKA. The cover feratures a rock ptarmigan. Articles included: “Chistochina – A Roadhouse,” “November Moose,” etc. Relevant pages: 43 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 87, 88 (“End of the Trail”). Box 5
1981, December ALASKA. The cover features five-week old Samoyed puppies. Articles included: “Christmas on Bear Island,” “The Incredible Visqueen Queen,” etc. Relevant pages: “Introduction to Alaska”– pg. 1, C20. Includes the 1982 calendar. Box 5
1982, January ALASKA. The cover features a snowshoe hare. Articles included: “Peaceable Kingdom on Pack Creek,” “Alaska’s Dynamic Glaciers,” etc. Relevant pages: 11 (“Letters Notes & Comments”), 38 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”). Box 6
1982, February ALASKA. The cover features racer George Attla. Articles included: “A Tour Through the Land of the Totems,” “Sailing Safaris in Prince William Sound,” etc. Relevant pages: A3, T21, 93, 94, 95 (“End of the Trail”) Box 6
1982, March ALASKA. The cover features Linda Mellman leading a dog named Kezan to the sled in preparation for a late-night ride. Articles included: “Artist on the Fringe,” “Winging It! The Story of Jack Jefford,” etc. Relevant pages: 12, 14 (“Artist on the Fringe”), A12, A14, A26, 58 (“End of the Trail”). Box 6
1982, April ALASKA. The cover features horned puffins. Articles included: “Bernie, the 12-Pound Bow,” “Saint Elias Lake – Jewel of Kluane,” etc. Relevant pages: A17, A24, 85 (“The Alaska Sportsman”) Box 6
1982, May ALASKA. The cover features a brown bear enjoying a salmon. Articles included: “Chinook – King of the Salmons,” “Alaska Calling,” etc. Relevant pages: 41 (“Alaska Calling”), A23 Box 6
1982, June ALASKA. The cover features a bald eagle. Articles included: “The Last Days of the Tahltan Bear Dog,” “Nature’s Orphan,” etc. Relevant pages: A14-17, 61 (“End of the Trail”) Box 6
1982, August ALASKA. The cover features a small troller rigged with halibut. Articles included: “The New Wave of Gold Seekers at Nome,” “The Remember Trout,” etc. Relevant pages: A1-2, A19, 60 (“End of the Trail”) Box 6
1982, September ALASKA. The cover features a scene from a fishing boat. Articles included: “Boats on a Mountain,” “Llama Packing in the Brooks Range,” etc. Relevant pages: 5 (“Letters Notes & Comments”), A22, 71 (“End of the Trail”) Box 6
1982, October ALASKA. The cover features caribou meat drying on a rack in Anaktuvuk. Articles included: “This Our Land,” “Cabin Fever,” etc. Relevant pages: A30, 70, 71 (“End of the Trail”) Box 6
1982, November ALASKA. The cover features a harbor seal. Articles included: “Rescue at Cape Romanzof,” “Footsteps of Fear,” etc. Relevant pages: 81, 83 (“End of the Trail”) Box 6
1982, December ALASKA. The cover features a Christmas bow on a package. Articles included: “Capturing the Wild Alaskan Christmas Tree,” “Waltzing with Musk Ox,” etc. Relevant pages: “Introduction to Alaska” page 3, 122, 124 (“Alaska Northwest Publishing Company’s Christmas Book Catalog”). Includes the 1983 calendar. Box 6
1983, January ALASKA. The cover features The Pacific Fury, a crab boat. Articles included: “The Case of the Disappearing Moose,” “Fishing for Burbot,” etc. Relevant pages: 7 (“Letters Notes & Comments”), A27, 74 (“End of the Trail”) Box 6
1983, February ALASKA. The cover features an Arctic Ground squirrel. Articles included: “We’re Alaska Loggers,” “Mike Simon’s Story,” etc. Relevant pages: 31, 33 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A3, A18-19, A33-35, 78 (“End of the Trail”). Box 6
1983, March ALASKA. The cover features George Attla, winner of the Open North American Championship Sled Dog Race. Articles included: “And the Earth Quaked,” “Finding the Caribou,” etc. Relevant pages: 27 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 65, 74 (“The Alaska Sportsman”). Box 6
1983, April ALASKA. The cover features a Dall ram in the Alaska Range. Articles included: “Reilly and the Bears,” “Hiking the Valley of Fire and Ice,” etc. Relevant pages: A8, A13, 46 (“Hiking the Valley of Fire and Ice”), 64 (“The Alaska Sportsman”) Box 6
1983, May ALASKA. The cover features the community of Cordova. Articles included: “Life and Death on McKinley,” “Kiska’s Dry Run, ” etc. Relevant pages: 5, 18-21 (“The Upper Knik Arm Wetlands”), 32 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A4, A16, 70, 71 (“End of the Trail”), 85-86 (“Double Dedication”). Box 6
1983, June ALASKA. The cover features two coastal brown/grizzly bears. Articles included: “Father Wanted Gold,” “Between the Mountains and the Sea,” etc. Relevant pages: 45 (“Between the Mountains and the Sea”), 82 (“End of the Trail”) Box 6
1983, July ALASKA. The cover features a bull moose at Wonder Lake. Articles included: “Bear Country,” “Those Marvelous Mushrooms,” etc. Relevant pages: 12 (“Letters Notes & Comments”), 25 (“The North in Print”), 32 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A7, 75 (“End of the Trail”) Box 6
1983, August ALASKA. The cover features mountains in the Matanuska Valley. Articles include: “Stranded!,” “A Rose for All Seasons,” etc. Relevant pages: Cover, 65 (“End of the Trail”), 76 (“Calendar of Events”). Box 6
1983, September ALASKA. The cover features Archie Lowe fording a river near Haines. Articles included: “To Catch a Poacher,” “Hunting the White Sheep,” etc. Relevant pages: N20, 63 (“Hunting the White Sheep”), 74, 75 (“End of the Trail”) Box 6
1983, October ALASKA. The cover features two bull caribou. Articles included: “Ghost Village of the Delta,” “Our First Annual Moose Hunt,” etc. Relevant pages: 37 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), N39, 75, 76 (“End of the Trail”) Box 6
1983, November ALASKA. The cover features a walrus and his tusks. Articles included: “Attack Without Warning,” “Blueberry Muffin Moose,” etc. Relevant pages: 5 (“Letters Notes & Comments”), 36-38 (“Workin’ in the Gold Mines”), 44-45 (“This Our Land”), 76 (“End of the Trail”). Box 6
1983, December ALASKA. The cover features Christmas in an Alaskan cabin. Articles included: “Christmas Willow,” “Code of the North,” etc. Relevant pages: 14, “Introduction to Alaska” page 4 (“Behind the Scene”), 15 (“Letters Notes & Comments”), 108, 109 “Blackfoot’s Revenge”). Includes the 1984 calendar. Box 6
1984, January ALASKA. The cover features a Husky named Coleen taking a break. Articles included: “Challenge the Man-eater,” “The Fox and the Magpie,” etc. Relevant pages: 5 (“Main Trails & Bypaths”), A14- 15, A21-22, A24, A25, A32, 68-69 (Colony barns.) Box 6
1984, February ALASKA. The cover features a cabin with firewood. Articles included: “Trapper’s Diary,” “How I Became a Gangster in Alaska,” etc. Relevant pages: A15, A27, 41 (“The North in Print”). Box 6
1984, March ALASKA. The cover features John Luster and his dog team. Articles included: “Wave of Destruction,” “The Dream and the Reality,” etc. Relevant pages: 26-29 (“Chickaloon Mountain Man”), 70 (“The Alaska Sportsman”), A2 Box 6
1984, April ALASKA. The cover features fishing boats near Sitka. Articles included: “Cold Weather Trap Line,” “A Family Affair,” etc. Relevant pages: 25 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A11, 41 (“The Last Road North”), 67, 70, 71 (“End of the Trail”) Box 6
1984, May ALASKA. The cover features a brown bear and her two cubs near McNeil River. Articles included: “I Tamed a Wolf for My Sled Dog Team,” “Up a Tree Without a Paddle,” etc. Relevant pages: A8, A10, A13-14 Box 6
1984, June ALASKA. The cover features Joe Norris catching hooligan. Articles included: “Two for the Book,” “A Crumbling Giant,” etc. Relevant pages: A6, A18, A20, 45 (“This Our Land”), 77 (“End of the Trail”) Box 6
1984, July ALASKA. The cover features a float in the Fourth of July parade in Sitka. Articles included: “At Your Peril,” “Jim Frey, Prospector,” etc. Relevant pages: 30 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A9, A11, 38 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 74 (“End of the Trail”) Box 6
1984, August ALASKA. The cover shows a boat cruising the Chena and Tanana rivers. Articles included: “Birds of Denali,” “Of Traps and Treasures, Togiak Winter,” etc. Relevant pages: 14 (“Letters Notes & Comments”), A17, A19, 72 (“End of the Trail”) Box 6
1984, September ALASKA. The cover features a sheet hunter. Articles included: “Hunting the North ’84,” “Big Game Hunting in Bristish Columbia,” etc. Relevant pages: 18 (“Ketchiakn and Barrow”), A20, 82, 85 (“End of the Trail”). Box 6
1984, November ALASKA. The cover shows a cabin during the holidays. Articles included: “Christmas in Nome,” “The Last Great Stand,” etc. Relevant pages: 19 (“The Alaska Railroad”), 84 (“Reluctant Hero”) Box 6
1984, December ALASKA. The cover features a dog sled. Articles included: “This is My Town – Talkeetna,” “Denali Park by Dog Team,” etc. Relevant pages: 32, 36 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A12-15, A30, 85 (“The Aura of the Aurora”), “Introduction to Alaska” pg. 11, 12, 15. Includes the 1985 calendar. Two copies available. Box 6
1985, January ALASKA. The cover features a sled dog team. Articles included: “Denali Park by Dog Team,” “A Second Chance,” etc. Relevant pages: 36, A5, 39, 42 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A23, 76 (“End of the Trail”). Box 6
1985, February ALASKA. The cover features visitors in the Muir Inlet. Articles included: “That Dogsledding Owl,” “There’s No Business Like Bush Business,” etc. Relevant pages: 36 (“This Our Land”), A5, 39, 42, A23, 76 (“Deacon’s Rock”). Box 6
1985, March ALASKA. The cover features tanner crabs. Articles included: “Ray Tremblay, Alaskan,” “A Glimpse of the North,” etc. Relevant pages: 27 (“A Glimpse of the North”), T21, 68 (“Spring Blackies”). Box 6
1985, April ALASKA. The cover features Tony Sharp and rainbow trout. Articles included: “Sea Otter Management?,” “Whale a la Carte,” etc. Relevant pages: A4, A14, A16, A21 Box 6
1985, May ALASKA. The cover features killer whales supporting themselves on flukes. Articles included: “Balance of Nature,” “Cordova is Special,” etc. Relevant pages: A9, A19 Box 6
1985, June ALASKA. The cover features the plane, Beaver. Articles included: “Blowin’ Out the Candles,” “The Wings of Life,” etc. Relevant pages: 26 (“The Alaska Sportsman”), A1- 6, A7, A23, 80 (“The Legendary Squeeky Anderson”) Box 6
1985, July ALASKA. The cover features a headline about Libby Riddles mushing in Teller. Articles included: “Making Light of the Dark,” “I Touched a Whale,” etc. Relevant pages: 14 (“Crossing Number 2”), A18-19, A28, A31, 85 (“Those Amazing Moose Antlers”). Box 6
1985, August ALASKA. The cover features caribou. Articles include: “Alaska’s Game Wardens,” “Orphan of the Beaufort Sea,” etc. Relevant pages: 27 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A16. Includes a 21″ x 32″ poster of the “Hall Of The North”. Box 6
1985, September ALASKA. The cover features a bull moose. Articles include: “Seized by the Russians,” “Flying into the Past,” etc. Relevant pages: A8, 71 (“The Single-Tree Cache”), 82, 84 (“End of the Trail”) Box 6
1985, October ALASKA. The cover features a skiier. Articles include: “Born to Luge,” “Evenkia,” etc. Relevant pages: 34 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A10, A12, A23, 82 (“The Alaska Sportsman”), 94, 95 (“End of the Trail”). Box 6
1985, November ALASKA. The cover features Misty, a half Percheron half bronco. Articles included: “When Turnagain Turns White,” “1958: Ghost Wolf of the Coleen,” etc. Relevant pages: 22-23 (“The Colonists Look Back”), 69-70 (“This Our Land”), A15, A19, A21. Box 6
1985, December ALASKA. The cover features three-week old Siberian puppies. Articles included: “Then Came Christmas,” “Weather Permitting,” etc. Relevant pages: A6, “Introduction To Alaska” pg. 15, A21, 121, 122, 125. Box 6
1986, January ALASKA. The cover features a man in winter wear with a face covered in frost. Articles include: “Old Groaner,” “Prince of Wales Island,” etc. Relevant pages: 21 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 43 (“This Our Land”), A24, 65, 67 (“End of the Trail”). Box 7
1986, February ALASKA. The cover features the old and new Klondikes on the Yukon River. Articles include: “I Rode a Motorcycle Down the Yukon,” “Home to King Island,” etc. Relevant pages: 9 (“Letters Notes & Comments”), A2, A3, A10, A14, 64 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 106, 109 (“End of the Trail”). Box 7
1986, March ALASKA. The cover features a Rocky Mountain goat. Articles include: “Say, that’s a Baby!” “Leonard and the Meat Mice,” etc. Relevant pages: 23 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A4, A13, 90 (“End of the Trail”) Box 7
1986, April ALASKA. The cover features a fisherman with a fish. Articles include: “Cordova’s Contemporary Realist,” “Fairbanks: The Golden Heart Grows Stronger,” etc. Relevant pages: 3, 27, 30 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A14, A16 Box 7
1986, May ALASKA. The cover features a brown bear. Articles include: “Sam O. White, First Flying Game Warden,” “Chasing Rainbows,” etc. Relevant pages: A4, A8, 44, A13, A14, 71 (“End of the Trail”), 79 (“Calendar of Events”) Box 7
1986, June ALASKA. The cover features an Arctic tern. Articles included: “Two Summers on the Yukon,” “Honeymooning – Alaska Style,” etc. Relevant pages: 8 (“Letters Notes & Comments”), 30 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A2, A15, A16, A18-19, 69, 71, 75 (“End of the Trail”). Box 7
1986, July ALASKA. The cover features Dustin Wilson fishing on Kenai Peninsula. Articles included: “Hitting the Denali Grand Slam,” “Almost the Last Moose Hunt,” etc. Relevant pages: A6, 60, 66, 75, 77 (“End of the Trail”) Box 7
1986, August ALASKA. The cover features red foxes. Articles include: “Hunting Alaska – Then and Now,” “Unwelcome Houseguest,” etc. Relevant pages: A14, 44 (“I Sailed for Salmon in Bristol Bay”), 53 (“From the Windows of Oldsquaw Lodge”), 67 (“Calendar of Events”), 75, 77 (“End of the Trail”). Box 7
1986, September ALASKA. The cover depicts autumn colors in Alaska. Articles included: “The Goose Needs Help,” “Rafting Down the Historic Coppermine,” etc. Relevant pages: 12, 14 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), A7, A14, 75 (“End of the Trail”). Box 7
1986, October ALASKA. The cover features a bald eagle. Articles include: “Threads from the Past,” “Cheechakos on the Nowitna,” etc. Relevant pages: 20 (“From Ketchikan to Barrow”), 32-33 (“Threads from the Past”), 34-35 (“Lure Hunting Along the Little Susitna”), 82, 85 (“End of the Trail”). Box 7
1986, November ALASKA. The cover feaures a man canoeing through Prince William Sound. Articles include: “Old Groaner,” “Prince of Wales Island,” etc. Relevant pages: A4, A7, 75 (“End of the Trail”) Box 7
1986, December ALASKA. The cover features a Dall ram. Articles included: “Kenai- A Wolf Dog,” “Conquering the Copper River, ” etc. Relevant pages: “Introduction to Alaska” pg 15, Calendar pg. August, A12, A14, 45 “Post Office in Sheldon Point”), 73 “End of the Trail”). Box 7
1987, January ALASKA. The cover features Kate Rineer navigating a raft through the Tatshenshini-Alsek river system. Articles included: “Rating the Stunning Alsek,” “Unforgettable Slim Moore.” This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1987, February ALASKA.The cover features a boat cruising through the Kenai Fjords National Park. Articles include: “Paddle Into the Sunset,” “Fishing and Hunting in the Far North,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1987, March ALASKA. The cover features a Husky dog. Articles include: “Winter Flying,” “Iditarod,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1987, April ALASKA. The cover features Peter Song with a king salmon on the Naknek River. Articles include: “Bad, Bad Tenakee,” “The Four Seasons of Isabel Pass,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1987, May ALASKA. The cover features Norman Vaughn and a Husky dog. Articles included: “The Mushing Methuselah,” “Pride and Pain,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1987, June ALASKA. The cover features a grizzly bear. Articles include: “Smokehouse Delight,” “Land of the Midnight Sun,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1987, July ALASKA. The cover features Articles included: “In the Time of Caribou Carving,” “Battle on the Beaufort Sea,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1987, August ALASKA. The cover features a big game hunter. Articles include: “The Swiss Chocolate Grizzly,” “No Accounting for Ptarmigan,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1987, September ALASKA. The cover features Pam and Roger Robinson. Articles included: “A Portrait of Old-Tyme Alaska,” “By Skin Boat to King Island,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1987, October ALASKA. The cover features the Chugach Mountains. Articles included: “A Home in Nome,” “The Gift of the Whale,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1987, November ALASKA. The cover features a willow ptarmigan. Articles included: “Alaska’s Invaluable Wildlife,” “Eagle on the Yukon,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1987, December ALASKA. The cover features Jenna R. Westlake during the parka parade at the Open North American Championship in Fairbanks. Articles included: “A Melody for Christmas,” “To Catch a Salmon,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1988, January ALASKA. The cover features Dale Campbell and his daughter Jackie dog-sledding downhill. Articles included: “Romancing the Yukon,” “A Clan of Gold Diggers,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1988, February ALASKA. The cover features a view of Mount McKinley/Denali. Articles included: “Capturing the Moment,” “Tips on Hunting with a Camera,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1988, March ALASKA. The cover features Susan Butcher, Iditarod champ in 1986 and 1987, with two of her dogs. Articles include: “Nathan Jackson, Raven Baby,” “The Iceman Runneth,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1988, April ALASKA. The cover features Jack Ellis, an angler and fishing guide. Articles included: “Baubles, Bottles, and Balls,” “A Glimpse of Heaven,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1988, May ALASKA. The cover features Arctic fox kits. Articles included: “The Man Who Says No to Bears,” “A Day in the Life of a Salmon Seiner,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1988, June ALASKA. The cover features Irene Davis, a resident of Nunivak Island, holding a bundle of chum salmon. Articles included: “Three Survive: The Sinking of the Cape Chacon,” “Small Fortunes on the Fortymile,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1988, July ALASKA. The cover features John Ireland, the lone resident of Murder Island. Articles included: “White Water and Wild Times,” “Much Ado About Moose,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1988, August ALASKA. The cover features a Dall ram. Articles included: “East of Boreal Mountain,” “Mysterious Kayak Island,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1988, September ALASKA. The cover features a killer whale. Articles included: “Out of Oil,” “What’s a Cheechako?,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1988, October ALASKA. The cover features a little boy photographed near Cordova. Articles included: “The Aleut’s Russian Heritage,” “Tokens of Love from Kodiak,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1988, November ALASKA. The cover features dogs on a sled team in the Alps. Articles included: “The Quest for Fire,” “Carl Clark: Untartnished Gold,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1988, December ALASKA. The cover features a red-throated loon. Articles included: “White-Out on the Trail,” “Visions of the North: the Lure of Alaska,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1989, March ALASKA. Two alternate cover were produced for this issue: one features Rick Swenson, four time winner of the Iditarod, and Susan Butcher, three time winner of the same race. Articles included: “The Red Lantern: Mushing’s Prize for Endurance,” “Sparky, the Canine Queen,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. This issue has alternate covers. Box 7
1989, May ALASKA. The cover features grizzly bears. Articles included: “Photo Feature: Spring’s Precious Gifts,” “Tougher than a Tussock,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1989, June ALASKA. The cover features Prince William Sound. Articles included: “Paradise Lost,” “Tears of the Fishermen,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1989, July ALASKA. The cover features the Cessna 185 flying over the Alaska Range. Articles included: “Ladders Over the Stars,” “The Last Shot of the Civil War,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1989, August ALASKA. The cover features a hunter looking for game. Articles included: “Hell on a Mountain,” “The Quest for the Golden Fleece,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1989, September ALASKA. The cover features Long Lake in the Chugach Mountains. Articles included: “Saving Wild Lives,” “Autumn’s Last Hurrah,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1989, November ALASKA. The cover features a grizzly sow and her cub. Articles included: “Home of the Big Waves,” “The Heart of the Crater,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1989, December ALASKA. The cover features a winter’s day near Fairbanks. Articles included: “The Doll Maker,” “Two with Raven,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 7
1990, January ALASKA. The cover features a white-phase arctic fox. Articles include: “Stars over Old Harbor,” “Dog Team Census,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1990, February ALASKA. The cover features Barbie Bowers mountain-biking near Portage Falls. Articles include: “Strange Bedfellows,” “The Long and Winding Road,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1990, April ALASKA. The cover features Bruce Dale fly-fishing where the Tanalian River meets Lake Clark. Articles include: “Sterling Silvers,” “A Novice’s Guide to Fishing,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1990, August ALASKA. The cover features a bald eagle. Articles include: “Broken Wings, Healing Hands,” “Ancient Grease,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1990, September ALASKA. The cover features Percy John Blatchford and Dan Golden. Articles included: “The Mushroom Lady,” “Of Bears and Men,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1990, October ALASKA. The cover features Cape Hitchinbrook Light Station. Articles included: “Lighting the Maritime Trail,” “A Little Lighthouse History,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1990, November ALASKA. The cover features Norma Jean Saunders, the first woman to document a solo climb on Mt. McKinley/Denali. Articles included: “Alaska Lighthouse Tales, Part II,” “Recipes from Riversong,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1990, December ALASKA. The cover features Mt. McKinley/Denali. Articles included: “Orphans by the Sea,” “Shawn Lyons: King of the Mountain,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1991, January ALASKA. The cover features a polar bear shaking snow from its fur. Articles included: “The Ivory Carvers,” “Alone and Liking It,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1991, February ALASKA. The cover features Peggy Webb spending an evening close to Portage Glacier. Articles included: “Gilding the Alaska Lily,” “Fanning the Fantasy,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1991, August ALASKA. The cover features a gas pump on a mountain. Articles included: “Melting the Ice Curtain: Part II,” The Hitchhiking Floatplane,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1991, September ALASKA. The cover features hikers in Chugach National Forest. Articles included: “Tales of the Horn Trade,” “The Tradition Lives On,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1991, October ALASKA. The cover features Tinglit Native Ray Smith of the Eagle clan. Articles included: “Zapped on Rainbow Mountain,” “Memories of a Murder,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1991, November ALASKA. The cover features a mated pair of horned puffins. Articles included: “Aleutians, Pearls of the High Seas,” “Glacier Goats,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1991, December ALASKA. The cover features Hannah Corral, 8, with her Christmas presents, a coat and a puppy. Articles included: “Northern Noel,” “Castner’s Cutthroats,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1992, April ALASKA. The cover features Jim Tatom, a fly-fisherman working in the Tsiu River. Articles included: “The Quest for Adventure,” “Humpies from Hell,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1992, May ALASKA. The cover features two bears clashing in the McNeil River. Articles included: “A Cub Named Stony,” “A Power Beyond Words,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1992, July ALASKA. The cover features a bull moose in Wonder Lake. Articles included: “The Stuff of Legend,” “Alaska’s Crown Jewel,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1992, September ALASKA. The cover features Native birchbark berry baskets. Articles included: “Chairmen of the Boards,” “Seeking the Source,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1992, December ALASKA. The cover features the Aurora over a cabin in Fairbanks. Articles included: “Christmas in Angoon,” “Head for the Hills,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1993, January ALASKA. The cover features fisherman on a boat. Articles included: “Hidden Damage,” “Shadow and Light: Are You SAD?”, etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Two copies available. Box 8
1993, June ALASKA. The cover features Pat Patterson fishing on Hidden Lake. Articles included: “On the Edge,” “Half-Baked Alaska,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1993, September ALASKA. The cover features a beaver with a branch. Articles included: “The Nomad,” “The Littlest Big Game,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1993, October ALASKA. The cover features a raven-topped totem. Articles included: “Riding the Hurricane,” “Frontier Fare,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1993, December/1994, January ALASKA. The cover features the “Polar Bear and Fox” illustration by Riz Munaz. Articles included: “Homer’s Secret,” “Babbitt’s Alaska,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1994, February ALASKA. The cover features Sue Hills scanning the Round Island State Game Sanctuary. Articles included: “Wilderness Deluxe,” “On the Trail with Joe,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1994, May, June ALASKA. The cover features a Tinglit totem in Ketchikan’s Totem Bright State Park. Articles include: “Basket Case,” “Fall from Grace,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1994, August ALASKA. The cover features a wolf in the wild. Articles include: “Wolf Wars,” “The Crossing,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1994, September ALASKA. The cover features Broken Tooth, a formation in the Alaska Range. Articles included: “Survival and Success Without a Guide,” “Big Trouble on the Wideload,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1994, October ALASKA. The cover features a red salmon. Articles include: “Traveling the Clarence,” “Grit & Grace,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1995, April ALASKA. The cover features Anthony J. Route fishing the Russian River. Articles included: “Cousin of Fish,” “The Brooks River Affair,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1995, May, June ALASKA. The cover features a formation in the Chugach Range. Articles included: “A Mother’s Instinct,” “Preserving Our Lifestyle,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1995, July ALASKA. The cover features a logger. Articles include: “Bicycling to the Yukon,” “A Fortress of Bears: Admirality Island,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1995, August ALASKA. The cover features pink fireweed blooms. Articles include: “Alaska’s Huckleberry Finn,” “Golfing to Extremes,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1995, September ALASKA. The cover features termination dust. Articles included: “Beneath Tons of Rock and Ice,” “Forgotten Unimak Island,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1995, October ALASKA. The cover features the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve. Articles included: “Legends of the Hairy Man,” “O’Leary’s Lifeline,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1995, November ALASKA. The cover an ice sculpture. Articles include: “After the Floodwaters,” “The Shape of Arctic Diamonds,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1995, December, 1996, January ALASKA. The cover features Tenille Ausdahl. Articles include: “When Nome Needed Serum,” “Timeless Treasures,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 8
1996, March ALASKA. The cover features a Brooks Falls brown bear. Articles include: “Tribute to an Old Sled Dog,” “Sprint and Distance,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1996, April ALASKA. The cover features a shot from Prince of Wales Island. Articles include: “The Ultimate Snow Job,” “Portfolio: The Gathering Place,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1996, May, June ALASKA. The cover features a young snowy owl. Articles included: “Bears by the Sea,” “Maniilaq Knew…,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1996, July ALASKA. The cover features a firefighter in Porcupine Creek. Articles included: “Playing with Fire,” “Togie’s First Jump,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1996, August ALASKA. The cover features a blue fox. Articles included: “Grand Lady, Grand Life,” “Fish Wars,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1996, September ALASKA. The cover features a Barren Ground caribou bull. Articles included: “The Chili- Powered Sheep Hunt,” “Moose River,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1996, October ALASKA. The cover features a cruise ship in College Fjord. Articles included: “Kodiak October,” “The Coldest Run, ” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1997, March ALASKA. The cover features Charlie Boulding racing the Iditarod Trail. Articles included: “Iditarod Almanac,” “Avalanche,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Two copies available. Box 9
1997, April ALASKA. The cover features someone casting a fishing line from a canoe at James Lake. Articles included: “Portfolio: Winter Sea,” “Storm Warning,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1997, May, June ALASKA. The cover features miners working their Klondike gold claim. Articles included: “Alaska Bites,” “Golden Dreams,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1997, July ALASKA. The cover features a hiker in Denali National Park. Articles included: “The Royal Ascent of Mount St. Elias,” “Nome’s Nugget,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1997, August ALASKA. The cover features two puffins. Articles included: “Bad Boys of the Gold Rush,” “The Stonewall Experiment,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1997, September ALASKA. The cover features adult male moose. Articles included: “Straight Arrow,” “The Gospel from Peter John,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1997, October ALASKA. The cover features a bald eagle. Articles included: “Another Ghost at Chernofski,” “Portfolio: Eagle Talk,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1997, November ALASKA. The cover features extreme skiier Greg Morris above Valdez. Articles included: “Snowfield of Dreams,” “Venus at Minus 55,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1997, December, 1998, January ALASKA. The cover features a musk ox. Articles included: “Permafrost,” “Nomad on Northern Waters,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1998, March ALASKA. The cover features Iditarod musher Paul Gebhardt. Articles included: “Mind of a Dog Man,” “River Cab,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1998, April ALASKA. The cover features a fly-fisherman in Auke Lake. Articles included: “My Little Chickadee,” “The Alaskan Masters Series: Normal Lowell,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1998, May, June ALASKA. The cover features Mrs. Curley Monroe, known as the Gypsy Queen. Articles included: “Portfolio: Children of the Midnight Sun,” “Good Time Girls,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1998, July ALASKA. The cover features a Cessna 206 flying over mountains. Articles included: “Song of Bristol Bay,” “On Golden Sands,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1998, September ALASKA. The cover features a mountain goat. Articles included: “Notes from the End of Time,” “Wilderness Warrior,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1998, October ALASKA. The cover features a wolf. Articles included: “A Homestead Life,” “Growing Up Alaskan,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1998, November ALASKA. The cover features a humpback calf. Articles included: “My Heart on the Yukon River,” “Pilot Terror,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1999, March ALASKA. The cover features a sea otter. Articles included: “The Loafer from Ophir,” “Paradise Regained? An Oil Spill Retrospective,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1999, April ALASKA. The cover features a grizzly and leaping salmon in the Brooks River. Articles included: “Halibut Heaven,” “High Tides and Double Hauls,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1999, May, June ALASKA. The cover features a polar bear cub. Articles included: “Shooting Whales,” “Wheel Alaskans,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1999, July ALASKA. The cover features a paddler on the shores of Pirate Cove. Articles included: “Charles Mason: Seeing Alaska in Black and White,” “The North Country Fire,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1999, September ALASKA. The cover features Ben Ahmaogak preparing to strike a bowhead. Articles included: “Gift of the Whale,” “The Bear & the Bride,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1999, October ALASKA. The cover features ice falling from a glacier as a kayaker watches on. Articles included: “The Alaska X-Files,” “Musk-ox Love,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1999, November ALASKA. The cover features an arctic fox in a blizzard. Articles included: “Raven’s Prey,” “Alaska Disaster! 1918 Influenza,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
1999, December, 2000, January ALASKA. The cover features a little boy peering through an ice sculpture. Articles included: “Ice Dreams,” “Cold Gold,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
2000, March ALASKA. The cover features a sled dog team. Articles included: “The Lure of Nameless Places,” “Iron Dogs,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
2000, April ALASKA. The cover features a little boy holding a large salmon. Articles included: “Quicksand & Porcupines,” “Night Mission,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
2000, May, June ALASKA. The cover features a grizzly bear. Articles include: “Farallon: Shipwreck and Survival on the Alaska Shore,” “Poetry in Motion,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
2000, August ALASKA. The cover features an illustration commemorating the anniversary issue. Articles included: “Crisis of Confidence,” “Trail and Error,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Special Anniversary Issue. Box 9
2000, December, 2001, January ALASKA. The cover features a bird on a snowy branch. Articles include: “Visions of the Glacier Priest,” “Our Bush Year,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Two copies available. Box 9
2001, March ALASKA. The cover features sled dogs in the Iditarod. Articles include: “Life in an Alaska Lodge,” “The Other Iditarod,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
2001, April ALASKA. The cover features an illustration of fish. Articles include: “A Portrait of Glacier Bay,” “Awakening Nuiqsut,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
2001, May, June ALASKA. The cover features two caribou in water. Articles include: “Monarchs of the Kenai Coast,” “Rocky Nights,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
2001, July ALASKA. The cover features wildflowers. Articles include: “Cast off on a Classic,” “Pursuing the Perfect Predator,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
2001, August ALASKA. The cover features reindeer. Articles include: “Mixing Oil and Wilderness,” “Wild Salmon, Wily Women,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
2001, September ALASKA. The cover features a brown bear. Articles include: “Almost Human,” “Yup’ik Doo- Wop,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
2001, October ALASKA. The cover features Mount Augustine blowing smoke. Articles include: “Volcano Watchers,” “Beauty from the Fire,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
2001, December, 2002, January ALASKA. The cover features Native girl Chelsea Morrow wearing a Yup’ik headdress. Articles include: “Under a Crimson Sky,” “A Taste of Home in the Hospital,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 9
2002, March ALASKA. The cover features John Norris, co-chief pilot of the Iditarod Air Force. Articles include: “Dog is My Co-Pilot,” “Mary Joyce’s Extraordinary Journey,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2002, April ALASKA. The cover features a fly-fisherman preparing to release an arctic char caught in a Katmai- area stream. Articles include: “Arctic Love,” “Sand Point,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Two copies available. Box 10
2002, August ALASKA. The cover features a salmon seiner and its crew. Articles include: “In a Grizzly’s Jaws,” “Endangered Fishermen,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Two copies available. Box 10
2002, November ALASKA. The cover features a wolf from the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Articles include: “Alaska’s Wolves,” “Song of the Arctic,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2002, December, 2003, January ALASKA. The cover features former governor Jay Hammond. Articles include: “King of Alaska Rivers,” “Smeagol’s Ghost,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Three copies available. Box 10
2003, March ALASKA. The cover features Swedish musher Kenth Fjellborg. Articles include: “The Heart of the Iditarod,” “Mystery of Mount Sanford,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Two copies available. Box 10
2003, May, June ALASKA. The cover features the Mosquito Legend pole along the totem trail at Sitka National Historical Park. Articles include: “Native Knowledge,” “Far North Theater,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2003, July ALASKA. The cover features an Alaska brown bear at Geographic Harbor in Katmai National Park and Preserve. Articles include: “The Harpooners,” “High on Pain,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2003, October ALASKA. The cover features a bald eagle. Articles include: “A Dream Born on the Wind,” “The Sinking of the Galaxy,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2003, November ALASKA. The cover features a great horned owl. Articles include: “Beasts of No Burden,” “Career Carver,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2003, December, 2004, January ALASKA. The cover features cabin in the Interior glowing on a winter night. Articles include: “Farewell to the High Swami,” “As Footprints Fade,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2004, March ALASKA. The cover features an Iditarod Trail sled dog race team. Articles include: “Cooking on the Iditarod,” “Perfect Partner,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2004, April ALASKA. The cover features a fly-fisherman fighting a silver salmon. Articles include: “Of Light and Wings,” “Rollin’ on the River,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2004, May, June ALASKA. The cover features a cruise ship tied to a dock in Juneau. Articles include: “Rising Tide,” “Meyers Chuck,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2004, August ALASKA. The cover features surfer Shaun “Fishbone” Williams in the icy water of Yakutat. Articles include: “Voyage of Discovery,” “Northern Latitude: Cordova,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2004, September ALASKA. The cover features a bull moose during the rut at Denali National Park and Preserve. Articles included: “Devoted to the Dividend,” “Wild West Ducks,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2004, December, 2005, January ALASKA. The cover features Leo and and Julia Hicker looking out into a winter night from a log cabin in Wiseman. Articles include: “Rich and Beautiul,” “Christmas in the Bush,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2005, February ALASKA. The cover features a camper taking in the view at Lituya Bay and Fairweather Range. Articles include: “49 Reasons to Love Our State,” “Ice ‘n Toasty,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2005, March ALASKA. The cover features Iditarod musher Charlie Boulding. Articles include: “Dance for the Children,” “Easy Rider,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2005, April ALASKA. The cover features a fisherman with a silver salmon. Articles include: “The Chugach Odyssey,” “Mystery Fish,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2005, July ALASKA. The cover features the summit of Denali. Articles include: “Northern Latitude: Kodiak,” “Defending Denali,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2005, August ALASKA. The cover features a F- 15E from the 90th Fighter Squadron at Elmendorf Air Force Base over the Alaska Range. Articles include: “Wild Rivers,” “Soldiers and Rescuers,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2005, September ALASKA. The cover features a brown bear eating chum salmon in the McNeil River. Articles include: “Working the Wild Side,” “The Bear Facts,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2006, February ALASKA. The cover features hikers climbing the Alpine Ridge on Douglas Island. Articles include: “Riches or Ruin?” “Weekend Escapes,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2006, March ALASKA. The cover shows Melanie Gould during the 2005 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. Articles include: “Arctic Winter Games,” “Snowstruck,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2006, April ALASKA. The cover features spawning sockeye salmon. Articles include: “The Hunt that Saved a Tradition,” “Better Red than Dead,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2006, May, June ALASKA. The cover features Vern Tejas strumming his guitar on Denali. Articles include: “Mr. Denali,” “The Lost Coast,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2006, July ALASKA. The cover features Denali’s south side. Articles include: “Northern Latitude: Fairbanks,” “On Alert for Bird Flu,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2006, August ALASKA. The cover features a brown bear at the McNeil River Sanctuary. Articles include: “The Last Spear Throwers,” “Bears Betrayed,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2006, September ALASKA. The cover features a mountain goat. Articles included: “Float through the Wind,” “Alaska Voices: On the Hunt,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2006, October ALASKA. The cover features a Chilkat raven dancer. Articles include: “Northern Latitude: Whittier,” “A Letter to Edgar Allen Poe,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2007, March ALASKA. The cover features an Iditarod team crossing the the Alaska Range at Rainy Pass. Articles include: “Susan Butcher’s Last Great Race,” “Frozen Moments,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2007, April ALASKA. The cover depicts fly- fishing at sunset. Articles include: “Southeast Black Bears,” “Saltwater Espresso,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2007, July ALASKA. The cover features midnight sun arcs. Articles include: “Living on Arctic Time,” “Togiak Tango,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2007, August ALASKA. The cover features a canoeist paddling across Lower Summit Lake. Articles include: “Crystal-Clear Quality,” “Kid Karstens,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2007, September ALASKA. The cover features a hiker on Mount Dickey in 1955. Articles include: “Crunching the Moose Numbers,” “The Kodiak Quandry,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2007, October ALASKA. The cover features the M/V Tustumena on the Alaska Marine Highway System. Articles include: “Time to Catch,” “No Sympathy,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2008, February ALASKA. The cover features Governor Sarah Palin. Articles include: “Palin’s Way,” “Living the Dream,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2008, March ALASKA. The cover features an avalanche bearing down on a skiier outside of Haines. Articles include: “School of Fishing,” “Dangerous Ice,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2008, April ALASKA. The cover features a fisherman releasing a red salmon. Articles include: “King Island Journal,” “Rebels at the Derby,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2008, May ALASKA. The cover features Governor Mike Stepovich. Articles include: “No. 49 Turns 50,” “Dying, Alaska-Style,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2008, June ALASKA. The cover features a starfish on a black-sand beach. Articles include: “Underwater Alaska,” “Stalking the Salmon Shark,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2008, November ALASKA. The cover features Sarah Palin, Frank Murkowski, and Tony Knowles. Articles include: “Falling for Kodiak,” “Don’t Forget Your Boots,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2009, June ALASKA. The cover features a child in the village of Kwethluk. Articles include: The Man and the Mountain,” “Saving Subsistence,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2009, July, August ALASKA. The cover features bear attack survivor Petra Davis. Articles include: “The Price of the Hunt,” “Survivor,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2009, October ALASKA. The cover features Captain Phil Harris aboard the F/V Cornelia Marie. Articles include: “Big State on the Small Screen,” “Of Wood and Warmth,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2009, November ALASKA. The cover features a rock ptarmigan in Denali National Park. Articles include: “Think Locally, Eat Locally,” “Genuine Encounters,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Three copies available. Box 10
2009, December, 2010, January ALASKA. The aurora borealis dances over a cabin in the White Mountains National Recreation Area. Articles include: “Blue Ice: A Photo Essay,” “The Luckiest Catch,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 10
2010, February ALASKA. The cover features a polar bear and its mother in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Articles include: “The Smallest Hunter,” “Sailing to Seclusion,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 11
2010, June ALAKSA. The cover features a bull caribou in Denali National Park. Articles included: “An Adak Dream,” “Racing the Volcano,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Three copies available. Box 11
2010, July, August ALASKA. The cover features a bald eagle in flight. Articles include: “Dark Night of the Ski Pole,” “Set Netting at Seven Egg Creek,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 11
2010, September ALASKA. The cover features a bull moose in Denali National Park. Articles include: “Two Tents are Better than One,” “After the Kill Shot,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 11
2010, October ALASKA. The cover features a fisherman selecting a fly. Articles include: “The Four Seasons,” “Winter on the Kenai,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Three copies available. Box 11
2010, November ALASKA. The cover features a wildfire in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. Articles include: “Silver Bullets on the Fly,” “Lands on Fire,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Three copies available. Box 11
2010, December, 2011, January ALASKA. The cover features a rustic cache decorated for Christmas in Homer. Articles include: “A Gem in the Shadow of a Pebble,” “The Hermit,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 11
2011, February ALASKA. The cover features a kayaker paddling by a glacier in Kenai Fjords National Park. Articles include: “A School of Their Own,” “Beachcombing in the Gulf of Alaska,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 11
2011, April ALASKA. The cover features water flowing past a cutthroat trout. Articles include: “Seal Team,” “A Year in the Mountains,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 11
2011, May ALASKA. The cover features hiker on the Brooks Range. Articles include: “Hit the Trail,” “The Wild Road,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 11
2011, June ALASKA. The cover features a dall sheep in Denali Park and Preserve. Articles include: “Ticket to Paradise,” “Dog Days on Kodak,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 11
2011, July, August ALASKA. The cover features a brown bear in Hallo Bay Bear Camp. Articles include: “A Scouting Year,” “A Bridge to… Somewhere?” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 11
2011, September ALASKA. The cover features the Mendenhall Glacier. Articles include: “Beginner’s Duck,” “Holiday Meals, Alaska Style,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 11
2011, November ALASKA. The cover features a cruise ship at a dock in Skagway. Articles include: “Know Before You Go,” “Alaska by Boat,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 11
2012, June ALASKA. The cover features hikers in Polychrome Pass. Articles included: “Great Ride Fits Great Land,” “Alaska Lodger Lure High-End Client,” etc. This issue has not been cataloged. Box 11