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Featured as a "Best of the Best from the University Presses" at the 2014 American Library Association Conference
Named an Outstanding Book in University Press Books for Public and Secondary School Libraries, 24th Edition
"Reading the richly detailed passages presented here,...the reader can witness Alaska's transformation from a forbidding wilderness into a land that becomes increasingly imaginable and accessible."
—From the foreword, Stephen Haycox
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“There is, of course, no path, nor would it be possible to make one; for the rocks are loose and insecure, and the passage of a man will often send a boulder crashing down, to the deadly peril of those below. In some places, it was necessary to squeeze round the wall of the precipice on narrow ledges of rock that trembled underfoot and threatened to dislodge and send one whirling....”
—Harry de Windt


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