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U.S. History Topics » States & Regions » West

Migration North to Alaska

encourages students to use primary documents on Alaska to study topics related to the migration of people, ideas, and culture throughout history. It offers suggestions for projects that use the Archives' photographs, letters, drawings, and it highlights economic, social, and political factors that prompted thousands to migrate to Alaska. (National Archives and Records Administration)

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Starting point for the trail to the Northern Gold Fields.  National Archives and Records Administration, Donated Materials in the National Archives.  D.L. Brainard's Picturesque Alaska

Klondike outfits at Dyea, 1898

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