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Fine. Alaska Geographic Society 1995 Editorial ReviewsFrom The New YorkerAlaska Geographic's newest quarterly, Fairbanks, presents a rich blend of historical commentary and great photos...From the men and women who sparked it into existence to those who wheel and deal there today, this volume takes a close look at the people who built Alaska's second largest city. ReviewAt the center of Alaska's golden heart lies the state's second largest city, Fairbanks. From its origin as a mining supply depot on the Chena River, Fairbanks has grown into the service and supply center for Alaska's Interior and North. With index. 96 pages. --Publisher.
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