NEW! Third Edition – with Index – available August 2018
Award-winning author Laurel Downing Bill’s critically acclaimed four-book Alaska history series is a must-have for anyone interested in the Last Frontier. The books, which are appropriate for ages 9 to 99, are a delightful journey through Alaska's rich past.
Dozens of entertaining nonfiction short stories fill the pages of Aunt Phil's Trunk Volume Two, which is filled with colorful short stories about Alaska's colorful past between 1900 and 1912. It includes accounts of lawmen that attempted to curtail murderers, thieves and conmen, early postmen who carved trails through the wilderness and adventurous souls who blazed the now-famous Iditarod Trail from Seward to Nome.
These easy-to-read tales are complemented with close to 350 historical photographs mined from museums, libraries and universities across the state.Did you know:
- Murderers, conmen and crooked judges flocked to the beaches of Nome in 1899
- Famous lawman Wyatt Earp followed the gold rush and built a bar in Alaska
- The largest volcanic eruption of the 20th Century happened in Alaska in 1912
Critics and readers alike are saying that Aunt Phil’s Trunk Volume Two is a true treasure trove and offers a stimulating and well-researched journey into Alaska’s past.
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ALL NEW editions! – with indexes – available August 2018!
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