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... held leadership positions in the Alaska Federation of Natives and Commonwealth North, as well as a cabinet position in the Hickel administration. In 1985, he took over the helm of Doyon, Limited, leading that corporation to become one of the most profitable and stable Alaska Native Corporations.
Native leader, corporate ...
... see some of the important things we’ve missed in our 2 other trips…
University of Alaska, Fairbanks and the Museum of the North... On each trip we’ve always made it to University of Alaska, Fairbanks and the Museum of the North they have on the hill that overlooks the city… It’s a great place for the campus… The last time we were here… they were very protective of the visitors… as one of them approached ...
... Kiwi merino clothes. Arrived dry and warm.
Our second stay in Wiseman was at Boreal Cabins. Wiseman was once a gold mining town, of up to 300 people ( about 10 permanents now) and the Dalton Highway was not in existence then. One can only imagine how difficult life must have been in the winter time - no power, running water and only the wood you've chopped for heating, and the game you've caught for eating! Luckily dead animals produce good furs for ...
... who won!
Many, many reindeer (some at the Riverboat Discovery Tour and many, many more at UAF Large Animal Research)
85 miles for the week
Sunday July 19:
After a slow morning (still rainy and cold), we ended up at the UAF library for internet. Mom wandered around and looked at the cultural and art displays. Evening found us joining our group for the Alaska Salmon Bake dinner ...
... out better.
There are not many actual towns between the border and Fairbanks. There are settlements with inhabitants at highway junctions where you can find gas, provisions, booze and cigarettes. One such junction is Tok, this is where you turn Southwest to Anchorage or continue on Northwest to Fairbanks. There were also small settlements of Tanacross and Dot Lake, which had a small school I noticed. Delta ...