Transportation in Alaska's Past
Proceedings of the Transportation in Alaska's Past Conference held in Fairbanks, Alaska, October 15-18, 1981. Covers all aspects of transportation including shipbuilding, aviation, railways and source of historical information.
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TRANSPORTATION IN ALASKAS PAST
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