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The Alaska Historical Library in Juneau has the best collection of Alaska biographical materials. You will also find biographical information in the biographical sections of state, region, and county histories. The Family History Library has a few materials, including the following examples:
- De Armond, Robert N. The Founding of Juneau. Juneau, Alaska: Gastineau Channel Centennial Association, 1967. FHL Book 979.82/J1 H2d.
- The Alaska-Yukon Gold Book: A Roster of the Progressive Men and Women Who Were the Argonauts of the Klondike Gold Stampede. Seattle, Washington: Sourdough Stampede Association, 1930. FHL Book 970 H2so; film 1598025 item 11.
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