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August 19, 2001 Souvenir Album:

Nome and Anchorage


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Nome

buildings

Nome became famous for the gold rush of 1898 when the population increased to 20,000 with the miners. Although today's population is only 5,000, examples of current gold mining dredges are still visible across the tundra. (Photo by National Ocean Service, NOAA).

dexter sign

The Dexter, a Saloon in downtown Nome, was rumored to have been owned by Wyatt Earp. (Photo by National Ocean Service, NOAA).

Nome town

Nome is the finish point of the Iditarod dog sled race. (Photo by National Ocean Service, NOAA).

Anchorage

art museum sculpture

Entrance of the Anchorage Museum of History and Art. (Photo by National Ocean Service, NOAA).

2 Phoebes

Phoebe Wood and Phebe Wallace summarize the Harriman Expedition Retraced and make closing remarks. (Photo by National Ocean Service, NOAA).

Art musuem director

Pat Wolf, director of the Anchorage Museum of History and Art was presented with a special "thank you" bowl. (Photo by National Ocean Service, NOAA).

dinner group

A group of Harriman Retraced participants gather after the farewell dinner. (Photo by National Ocean Service, NOAA).

PAMYUA

PAMYUA, a Native Alaskan band, performed for the Harriman participants at the Anchorage Museum of History and Art. (Photo by National Ocean Service, NOAA).

(Community Profile: Anchorage)


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