This is a list that I was working on a few years ago. I still need to finish it, and update it a little. Hope someone finds it to be of interest. Gary
Alaska Genealogy Books
1. Who’s Who in Alaskan Politics; A Biographical Dictionary of Alaskan Personalities 1884-1974, copyrighted 1977 by the Alaska Historical Commission, compiled by Evangeline Atwood and Robert N. De Armond, 117 pages, ISBN 0-8323-0287-2 ; Contains over 1,000 short biographies of governors, legislators, school officials, sheriffs, city council members, etc. who served the in state or territory of Alaska. First rate in every regard. Example:
“PUGH, John Fraser (Jack), collector of customs, Born in Jefferson Co., Wash., Dec. 25, 1877; son of John E. and Cassie (Grant) P.; grade and high school, Port Townsend, Wash.; graduated, Williamette U., Salem, Ore.; married Miss Venetia Lauretta Fehr in Oakland, Calif., Dec. 20, 1900; daughter Venetia (Mrs. Karl A. Hahn); residence, Skagway, 1900-1902; U.S. Custom Service, Ketchikan, 1902-1905, Skagway, 1905-1908, Sulzer, 1908-09, Juneau, 1909-1918, appointed in charge of all of Alaska, Dec. 1913; died in wreck ofSS Princess Sofia, Lynn Canal, Oct. 25 1918; buried in Juneau, Oct 31, 1918. Democrat.”
2. Tewkesbury’s Who’s Who in Alaska and Alaska Business Index 1947; Copyrighted 1947 by David and William Tewkesbury, Tewkesbury Publishers (Juneau, Alaska), 321 Pages, Contains 630 short biographies of influential and noteworthy persons who lived in Alaska in 1947. Example:
“CREAMER, Charles Albert, dairy farmer, Born Weaverville, Calif., 1889; son of Charles N and Mary J. (Todd) Creamer. Ed.: grammar school, Tacoma, Wash. Married Anna E. Carr, Oct. 16 1920; 1 son Donald G.; Chicken rancher, Pioneer, Wash., 1920-27; owner-operator dairy farm at Fairbanks since 1927. Ent. Alaska 1897. Mem. Pioneers of Alaska, Am. Legion., Elk., Democrat. Home: Ester Road (box 1333) Fairbanks”
3. Alaska, Who’s Here, What’s Doing’, Who’s Doing It, 1955; Copyrighted 1955 by Edmond C. Jeffery, The Jeffery Publishing Co. (Anchorage, AK), 212 pages, Contains 543 short biographies of influential and noteworthy persons who lived in Alaska in 1955. Example:
“PILGRIM, Earl R., Mining Engineer and Mine Operator, Box 1896, Fairbanks. Home: Stampede, Alaska. Born Durango, Colo., Sept. 11, 1892. Ed. Durango Grade School; Broadway High School, Seattle, Wash.; Advanced Education Univ. of Wash., Seattle (BS). Member Theta Xi; Masons; Shrine; Am. Legion. Faith: Protestant, Married Mariette Shaw, 1937. Came to Alaska in 1922 from California where he had been engaged in mining. Served as 2nd Lieut. 27th Engineers, 1917, 17th Engineers 1918.”
4. Anchorage Times Obituaries Index, Vol. 11915-1965, Copyrighted 1979 by Tohksook P. Chang,
5. The Anchorage Times Obituaries Index, Vol. 21966-1970, Copyrighted 1981 by Tohksook P. Chang,
6. The Anchorage Times Obituaries Index , Vol. 31971-1980,
7. The Anchorage Times Obituaries Index 1981-1990, copyrighted 1991 by Anchorage Municipal Libraries; edited by Barbara Samuels, Christine Maack, Dan Fleming and Bruce Merrell;
8. The Anchorage Obituary Index, 1991-1995; copyrighted 1996 by Anchorage Municipal Libraries; principal compiler: Christine Maack, 200 pages. The title of this index has been changed to reflect that the Anchorage Times ceased publication in June, 1992. After that date all obituary citations are drawn from the Anchorage Daily News. An added field , “Source”, indicates whether the citation is from the Anchorage Daily News (ADN) or the Anchorage Times (AT). An example of information listed:
9. Funeral Records Juneau, Alaska: Master Index To The Funeral Records OfThe C. W. Young Company (Mortuary) ; The Juneau-Young Company (Mortuary); And The Charles W. Carter Mortuary - Covering the Period Of2 January 1898 Through 20 March 1964 (Revised 12/88); 124 leaves. copyrighted 1989 by Gastineau Genealogical Society. An example of information listed:
NameVol.-PageDate Of BirthAgeDate Of DeathDate of Burial
Aalto, August18 04719 Feb 18669217 Oct 195822 Oct 1958
10. Alaska Peoples Index-Volume One; Volume one is an index to names found in the Alaska Sportsman 1935-1969 and Alaska magazine 1970-1985. The names appear in articles containing biographical information, obituaries found in the “From Ketchikan to Barrow” column 1935-1960 and obituaries found in the “End of the Trail” column 1960-1985. The index includes over 20, 000 names. An example of information listed:
Mellvill, John W.04196754
Surname, Given NameMonthYearPage
11. Alaska Peoples Index-Volume Two; Volume two is an index to the names of individuals that appear in 23 unique Alaskan sources. These include books, reports and special census records that contain biographical information about Alaskans. The type of information varies from source to source. An example of information listed:
Adams, Elsie Laura31
Surname, Given NameSourcePage
Refer to the list of sources to discover that Source 3 is TEWKESBURY’S WHO’S WHO IN ALASKAAND ALASKA BUSINESS INDEX 1947.
12. Biographies of Alaska-Yukon Pioneers 1850-1950; copyrighted 1994 by Ed Ferrell, published by Heritage books (Bowie, Maryland), 372 pages, ISBN: 0-7884-0087-8, Contains over 400 short to medium length biographies gathered from E. S. Harrison’s NOME AND SEWARD PENINSULA (see below), newspaper obituaries and magazine articles. Sources are listed at the end of each biography.
13. Biographies of Alaska-Yukon Pioneers 1850-1950, Volume 2; copyrighted 1995 by Ed Ferrell, published by Heritage books (Bowie, Maryland), 372 pages, ISBN: 0-7884-0387-7. Volume 2 contains over 400 additional biographies compiled from newspaper obituaries and magazine articles. Biographies are listed alphabetically and are followed by one or more citations naming the publication and date of issue from which the information was obtained.
14. Biographies of Alaska-Yukon Pioneers 1850-1950, Volume 3; copyrighted 1997 by Ed Ferrell, published by Heritage books (Bowie, Maryland),
15. Souvenir Edition Nome and Seward Peninsula: History, Descriptions, Biographies and Stories; Copyrighted 1905 by Edward Sanford Harrison, The Metropolitan Press (Seattle, WA), 392 pages, Contains 166 biographies of early Nome VIP’s. Many biographies are accompanied by full page studio photos taken by B. B. Dobbs. Most biographies from this work can be found in “Biographies of Alaska-Yukon Pioneers 1850-1950”, minus the photographs.
16. Index Of Alaska Obituaries, From Various Sources with A Supplement of Obituaries from Sources in the Ketchikan Area Collected by Patricia Roppel [1899-1995]; copyrighted 1996 by Robert N. DeArmond. Compiled by Robert N. DeArmond. 71 leaves. The information on which this index is based was derived from various publications, including newspapers, magazines, books and in a few instances grave markers. An example of information listed:
Last NameFirst NameDate & Data
AchesonWilliamAW. 9/7/1935(AW. = Alaska Weekly)
17. Alaska Census Records: 1870-1907; copyrighted 1976 by Accelerated Indexing Services, Inc.; South Bountiful, Utah, edited by Ronald Vern Jackson and Gary Ronald Teeples, 85 pages, ISBN 0-89593-003-X. An example of information listed:
NameTerritorial AreaPresent StateLocationYear
Allen, JohnAlaska Terr.AKSitka1881
18. Fond Memories of Anchorage Pioneers Vol. 1: Personal Histories Written By Pioneers Of Alaska, Igloo 15, Auxiliary 4, Anchorage, Alaska.
19. Melvin Rick’s Alaska Bibliography: An Introductory Guide to Alaskan Historical Literature; copyrighted 1977 by the Alaskan Historical Commission, written by Melvin Byron Ricks, edited by Stephen W. and Betty J. Haycox, , 270 pages, published by Binford and Mort (Portland, OR),ISBN: O-8323-0292-9,Example:
“LOPP, WILLIAM THOMAS (1864-1939) See Richard for “Pioneer Education in Northwest Alaska.”White Sox: The Story of the Reindeer in Alaska, Yonkers: World Book Co., 1924, 76 pp. Loop was the chief of the Alaska division of the Bureau of Education (Dept. of Interior), 1908-1925. See Gilman, and also Andrews in Alaska Life, August 1944. See also Thorton H. R.”
20. In Those Day’s: Alaska Pioneers of the Lower Kenai Peninsula; copyrighted 1991 by the Pioneers of Alaska, Igloo 32, Auxiliary 14 (Women’s Auxiliary of Homer, Alaska)
21. Cemetery Records, Fort Richardson, Alaska 1933-1941;
22. The Alaskan Diary of A Pioneer Quaker Missionary: The Diary Of Martha E. Hadley; copyrighted 1969 by Loren S. Hadley,
23. Alaska’s Japanese Pioneers: Faces, Voices, Stories; copyrighted 1994 by Alaska’s Japanese Pioneers Research Project. Written by Ron Inouye, Carol Hoshiko and Kazumi Heshiki. Sponsored by the Alaska Historical Society. ISBN 60 Pages. Contains biographies of: Cherry Tsuruko Tatsuda Fujioka, Tad Fujioka, Walter Tsuneo Fukuyama, Patrick Hagiwara, Hana Yasuda Kangas, Mamie Attunga Moto Karmun, William Yusaburo Kimura, Mack Takao Mori, Helen Misao Shimizu Nakashima, Marie Matsuno Nash, Hope Ohashi, Komatsu Ohashi, Robert Ohashi, Alice Mikami Snodgrass, Isamu Sam Taguchi, Irene Hisako Kimura Takizawa, William N. Tatsuda, Ethel Fukuyama Terashita, George Makoto Yanagimachi.
24. Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula Death Records and Cemetery Inscriptions; copyrighted 1983 by the Kenai Totem Tracers, organized by Billie Rice. 146 pages. This book is a compilation of death and cemetery records for almost 4,000 individuals taken from headstone inscriptions across the Kenai Peninsula. Each cemetery is treated individually. Example:
25. The Founding of Juneau; copyrighted 1967 by Robert N. De Armond, Gastineau Channel Centennial Society, 214 pages, Includes 70 pages of biographies covering most of the earliest residents of Juneau and Douglas. Most Biographies are of one paragraph in length and cover vital information when such is known. Example:
“VISCARDI, Antonio (also sometimes known as Antonio Visailia) A native of Domodossila, Italy, Viscardi came north during the Cassiar rush and was mining the Shuck River at Windham Bay when gold was discovered at Juneau. He moved here during the summer of 1881 and worked the beach placers on Douglas. In later years he worked for a number of the local mining companies. While on a visit to Italy he died, on July 17, 1901.”
26. Once Upon the Kenai: Stories From the People; copyrighted 1984 by the Kenai Historical Society, director and coordinator Jetret S. Peterson, editor and designer Mary W. Ford, Walsworth Publishing Company (Marceline, MO), 468 pages,
27. The Cemetery Book, A Recording Of Cemeteries Within The Municipality Of Anchorage; copyrighted 1987 by the Anchorage Genealogy Society, anindexes of people interred in cemeteries located in the Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska. An example of information listed:
28. People of the Aleutian Islands; copyrighted 1986 by Unalaska City School District, edited by Ray Hudson, Alaska Historical Commission Studies in History No. 196, 335 pages,
29. Russian America: A Biographical Dictionary; copyrighted 1990 By The Limestone Press, written by Richard A. Pierce, Alaska Historical Commission Studies in History no. 132, 570 pages, ISBN 0-919642-45-4; contains 681 short, very well done, biographies of individuals associated with Alaska and the Pacific Northwest prior to the purchase of Alaska by the United States. Example:
Kedrolivanskii, Pavel I. (1834?-1878), priest, born about 1834, the son of a deacon. The family name is said to have originated when his father, a seafarer, saw the cedars of Lebanon and said “I henceforth change my name to Kedro-Livanskii [cedars of Lebanon]”. In 1856, he graduated with honors from Riazan seminary, and then taught school in Russia. In 1858 he was ordained as a priest and assigned to Iakutsk. In 1862 he was rewarded with epigonation, and in 1863 ordered to Sitka and raised to the rank of Dean of the American churches.
30. Haa Shuka, Our Ancestors: Tlingit Oral Narratives (Classics of Tlingit Oral Literature; V. 1) edited by Nora Marks Dauenhauer, Richard Dauenhauer Univeristy of Washington Press/ Sealaska Heritage Foundation.
31. Haa Shuka, Our Ancestors (Classics of Tlinglit Oral Literature, Vol. 11): by Nora Marks Dauenhauer, Richard Dauenhauer
32. Haa Kusteeyi, Our Culture: Tlingit Life Stories (Classics of Tlingit Oral Literature, Vol. 3) George Betts, Judson Brown, Jessie Dalton, George Dalton, George Davis, L. Embert Demmert, Frank Dick, Sr., J. B. Fawcett, Jimmie George, Austin Hammond, Andrew P. Hope, Sally Hopkins, Johnny C. Jackson, Susie James, Charlie Jim, Sr., George Jim, Andrew P. Johnson, Frank G. Johnson, William Johnson, Charlie Joseph, Sr., David Kadashan, Matthew Lawrence, Emma Marks, Jim Marks, Jennie Marks, Willie Marks, Amy Marvin, Matilda Paul, William Paul, Elizabeth Peratrovich, Roy Peratrovich, Tom Peters, Louis Shotridge, Florence Shotridge, Walter Soboleff, Jennie Thlunaut, Charlie White, Jennie White, Thomas Young, Robert Zuboff, George Field, William Hobson, James C. Johnson, Eli Katanook, Seward Kunz, Paul Liberty, Frank Mercer, Marie Orsen, Frank Price, Peter Simpson, James Watson, Chester Worthington, Ralph Young.
33. Notes to the Historical Photographs of Saint Lawrence Island; Alaska Historical Commission Studies in History No. 174, copyrighted 1985. For use in conjunction with the microfiche record of 300 historical photographs taken from various archives, these notes provide descriptive information on each of the photographs. If the people are photographed in a complex grouping, than a silhouette of the group is provided that references the position of individuals by letter. Each individual is identified, relationships between subjects are identified, and further biographical notes are given. Most photographs where taken either in Savoonga or Gambell. Example:
John Apangaluk (A), Paul Siluk (B), and Imaghii (I) are the sons of Wamiiyaq and Uwetilen. Their Eskimo names became their last names.
34. Pioneers of Alaska: Trail Blazers of Bygone Days; Copyrighted 1951 by William H. Chase, 203 pages,
35. Sitka, Alaska Death and Burial Register to 1986; Copyrighted 1987 by Thayne I. Andersen, Includes two complete listings: (1) alphabetical, (2) by date of death. Loussac call number: AK-R 929.37982 ANDERSE
36. Gold at Fortymile Creek; Copyrighted 1994 by Michael Gates, UBC Press (University of British Columbia 6344 Memorial Road Vancouver, BC V6TiZ2 Ph# 604-822-3259), ISBN 0-7748-0468-8 Hardcover/0-7748-0492-0 Paperback. Gold at Fortymile Creek tells of the search for gold in the Yukon prior to the Klondike gold rush. Mr. Gates has compiled a valuable list of pre-Klondike pioneers along with limited biographical information on many of the more notable individuals.
37. The Sinking of the Princess Sophia: Taking The North Down With Her; copyrighted 1991 by Ken Coates and Bill Morrison, University of Alaska Press, ISBN 0-912006-50-1. On October 23, 1918 the steamer Princess Sophia left Skagway, Alaska bound for Seattle. On broad the Sophia where residents of almost every community in Alaska and the Yukon--miners, businessmen, civil servants, their wives and children--heading south for the winter. That night the ship grounded on Vanderbilt reef north of Juneau. Two days latter it slipped into the sea taking all 353 souls abroad with it. This book contains a corrected passenger list and limited biographical information about passengers and crew.
38. Eskimo Families of Barrow, Alaska
39. First Ladies of Alaska a.k.a.: Women Who Braved the Far North: 200 Years Of The Alaskan Women Volume 1; copyrighted 1976 by H. Wendy Jones, 206 pages, ISBN0-813182-63-X,
40. Alaska’s Dynamic Women: 200 Years Of Alaskan Women Volume 2; copyrighted 1977 by H. Wendy Jones,
41. Anchorage Pioneer Family Exhibit; copyrighted 1994 by Cook Inlet Historical Society,
42. The Last Frontier: Jewish Pioneers In Alaska; copyrighted 1991 by Matthew J. Eisenberg, Thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of requirement for ordination by Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion,
43. A Century of Faith: 1895-CENTENNIAL COMMEMORATIVE-1995 EPISCOPAL DIOCESE OF ALASKA; copyrighted 1995 by Centennial Press/Episcopal Diocese Of Alaska (Fairbanks, AK), edited by Carol A. Phillips, 217 pages, ISBN 0-9645828-0-5 hardcover, ISBN 0-9645828-1-3 softbound,
44. Have Gospel Tent Will Travel: The Methodist Church In Alaska Since 1886; copyrighted 1986 by Conference Council of Ministries, Alaska Missionary Conference of the United Methodist Church, Anchorage, Alaska; written by Bea Shepard and Claudia Kelsey, 207 pages, ISBN 0-9616802-0-2.
45. Index of the Seward Gateway, A Newspaper 1904-1910;
46. North to Share: The Sisters of St. Ann In Alaska And The Yukon Territory;
47. The History Of The Alaska Moravian Church 1885-1985 Harmonious to Dwell;
48. A Gathering of Saints in Alaska: An Informal Chronicle of The Church Of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints In The State Of Alaska;
49. Lewis and Dryden’s Marine History of the Pacific Northwest; reprint copyrighted 1961 by Antiquarian Press LTD, edited by E. W. Wright, Published by Antiquarian Press LTD (New York), ISBN: 0875642284 first published 1895 by Lewis and Dryden Printing Co.,“ An illustrated review of the growth and development of the maritime industry, from the advent of the earliest navigators to the present time (1895), with sketches and portraits of a number of well known marine men.” 750 copies printed.
50. Natives in Alaska’s History; copyrighted 1984 by the Anchorage School District, written by Patricia H. Partnow, 59 pages, Contains biographies of: Katlian, Semeon and Ivan Semeonovich Lukin, Alexander Filipovich Kashevarov, Ivan Pan’kov, Iakov Netsvetov, Erinia Pavaloff Cheroskey Callahan, Mary Antisarlook Andrewuk (Sinrock Mary), Angokwazhuk (Happy Jack), David Paul, Louis Shotridge, Albert Edward Tritt and John Fredson.
51. Builders of Alaska The Russian Governors 1818-1867; copyrighted 1986 by The Limestone Press, written by Richard A. Pierce, 56 pages, ISBN 0-919642-07-1, Biographical sketches adapted from a series which originated in the Alaska Journal, Vol. 1:2, 1971 through Vol. 3:1 1973.
52. The Southeast Alaska Salmon Fishery: A Guide To Interviews With Men And Women Engaged In Commercial Fishing , 1913-1978; copyrighted 1979 by, text by Stephen B. Levey, photos by George Figdor,
53. The Alaska-Yukon Gold Book: A Roster Of The Progressive Men And Women Who Were The Argonauts Of The Klondike Gold Stampede And Those Who Are Identified With The Pioneer Days And Subsequent Development Of Alaska And Yukon Territory; Compiled, edited and published by Sourdough Stampede Association, Inc., Seattle, Washington. Copyright 1930 by V. L. Marion, Business Administrator. Fred N. Atwood, editor. Sponsored by The Alaska Yukon Pioneers and Ladies of the Golden North. 148 pages
54. Encyclopedia of Northwest Biography, copyrighted 1941
55. Alaskans: Life On The last Frontier; copyrighted 1992 by Stackpole Books, written by Ron Stickland, 288 pages, ISBN 0-8117-1865-4, Contains interviews and/or biographies of: Roy Ahmaogak, Katie Arriola, Rev. Peter Askoar, George Attla, Robert (Bob) Atwood, Fred Bahovic, Buster Benson, Porky Bickar, Al Brookman Sr., Sharon Butcher, Charlie Champaine, Roxy Wright Champaine, Henry Chapman, Jeff (Coggie) Coghill, Helmi Conatser, Fred Elvsaas, Vernon Evan, Doug Geeting, Timothy (Awilinga) Gologergen, Peter Hackett M. D., Mary Lenzi Hansen, Olaf Hansen, Willie Hensley, Walter (Wally) Hickel, David Hickok, Mark Hickok, Gayla Hites, Steven Hites, Pete Isleib, Martin Itjen, Austin Hammond, Charlie Jimmie, Tommy (T.J.) Jimmie, Bruce Johnson, Sandy Kogl, Cecilia (Kin-Too) Kunz, Leo Land, Jack McCahan, Con Miller, Debbie S. Miller, Rie Munoz, Sadie Bower Neakok, Walter Northway, Dorie O’Toole, Arndt (Lonesome Pete) Pederson, Anne Hobbs Prudy, Bill Ray, Joe Redington Sr., Vie Redington, Jim Rhodes, Monty Richardson, Josephine Roberts, Ollie (Pigooruk) St. Germaine, Norma Jean Sanders, Gretchen Schmidt, Mary Shields, Willie Smally Jr., Larry Smith, Molly Smith, Edith Dora Spaulding, Bill Spear, Connie Taylor, Drenda Tigner, Jack Trambitas, J.D. True, Tishu Ulen, Joe Vogler, Lee Wallace, Marleita Davis Wallace, Kelley Weaverling, Orville Wheat, ? More?
56. Real Alaskans: Men and Women Who Make the Great Land Great; copyrighted 1990 by Lew (Lewis) Freedman, published by Hancock House Publishers, Blaine, WA /Hancock House Publishers LTD, Surrey, BC. ISBN: 0-88839-254-0 Contains interviews and/or biographies of: George Attla, Bob Baker, Susan Butcher, Art Davidson, John Faeo, Harry Gaines, Gary Galbraith, Ray Genet, Harry Johnson, DeeDee Jonrowe, Reggie Joule, Shawn Lyons, Fred Machetanz, Jim Okonek, John Pezzenti Bill Spencer, Joe Redington, Libby Riddles, John Van Zyle, Norman Vaughan.
57. Index of Death Certificates: Seward, Alaska 1903-1949; copyrighted 1970 by Renee Lundine; 17 leaves;
58. Clay Street Cemetery Burial List Fairbanks, Alaska; copyrighted 1994 by the City of Fairbanks, Alaska, compiled by the City of Fairbanks, Alaska. An example of information listed:
Ahlburg, infant11/26/066/11/11PioneerN.E.Quarter #811
59. Northern Lights Cemetery Inventory: 2318 Yankovich Fairbanks, Alaska,; copyrighted 1991 by Dora Casper. Compiled by Young Women’s Laurel group (LDS Church) 30 Aug 1991. Includes map of cemetery. An example of information listed:
NameBirth DateDeath DateSection
Eliza Mae AdamsJun 22 1965Jan 22 1987B
inscription: She was one of God’s special people, radiating love and kindness.
60. Gold Rush Women: by Claire Rudolf Murphy, Jane G. Haigh, Claire Rudolph Murphy Published by Alaska Northwest BooksISBN: 0882404849
61. 1898-1922 Vital Records of Alaska & Yukon: (Marriage, Death, Birth, Divorce, Anniversary & Christening) As Reported In The Weekly Douglas Newspaper, Douglas, Alaska; copyrighted 1991 by Gastineau Genealogical Society. compiled by Betty J. Miller. Published and distributed by the Gastineau Genealogical Society. 406 pages. An example of information listed:
Bloom, Jacob 1906 (pg.6)
(b) body content:
Date of Newspaper
Wray, Charles, infant son of
Date of Event
2 weeks ago (ie: two weeks before date of newspaper.)
62. Guide to the Holdings of the National Archives, Alaska Region (Draft Copy); copyrighted 1996 by the National Archives - Alaska Region. 124 pages. This is a draft guide to the holdings of the National Archives regional office located in Anchorage, Alaska.
63. Vital Records From The Alaska Daily Empire, 1916-1920 - Juneau, Alaska Vol. 1; copyrighted 1994 by Betty J. Miller, compiled by Betty J. Miller.
64. Vital Records From The Alaska Daily Empire, 1916-1920 - Juneau, Alaska Vol. 2
65. Louis Shotridge collection of Tlingit genealogical data.
67. The Eyak Indians of the Copper River Delta, Alaska; copyrighted 1938 by Kaj Birket-Smith and Frederica De Laguna. Published by Levin and Munksgaard (Copenhagen, Denmark)
68. Kennecott Kids Oral History Project; copyrighted 1991 by the US Dept of Interior. Edited by Ann Kain
69. I Never Did Mind The Rain: A collection of Oral histories from Southern Southeastern Alaska; copyrighted 1995 by Friends of Ketchikan Public Library. Edited and compiled by Louise Brinck and Mary C. Smith.
70. Who Lived in This House?: A study of Koyukuk River Semisubterranen Houses, Copyrighted, written by A. McFadyen Clark. Mercury Series Archaeological Survey of Canada Paper 153, Published by Canadian Museum of Civilization.
71. The Southeast Alaska Salmon Fishery: A Guide To Interviews With Men And Women Engaged In Commercial Fishing, 1913-1978: copyrighted 1979 by the Alaska Department of Education, Division of State Libraries and Museums. Text By Stephen B. Levey, photos by George Figdor. 48 pages.
72. Derevnia’s Daughters: Saga of An Alaskan Village; copyrighted 1991 by Lola Harvey, layout by Lori L. Daniel, published by Sunflower University Press, 1531 Yuma (box 1009) Manhattan, Kansas 66502-4228. ISBN 0-89745-135-X,
73. Anchorage Fire Department 75th Anniversary Yearbook 1915-1990; Copyrighted by Anchorage Fire Auxiliary Project. Editor: Patricia A. Nolan printed by Jostens Printing and Publishing Co. Visalia, California.
74. Life Lived Like A Story: Life Stories Of Three Yukon Native Elders; copyrighted by University of Nebraska Press, written by Julie Cruikshank in collaboration with Angela Sidney, Kitty Smith, and Annie Ned. ISBN 0-8032-1447-2
75. A History Of Fort Durham: Hudson Bay Company Trading Post Located In Taku Harbor, 1840-1843 Within The Boundaries Of present Day Juneau Alaska; copyrighted by Wallace M. Olson. Contains a list of Hudson Bay employees’ located at Fort Durham from 1840-1843. Example:
Finlayson, RoderickLochalsh, ScotlandApp. Clerk1840-41
76. Under The Shadow Of Pioneer Peak; copyrightedby Edna Borigo
77. Gold Rush Women: by Claire Rudolf Murphy, Jane G. Haigh, Claire Rudolph Murphy Published by Alaska Northwest BooksISBN: 0882404849
78. Russian Orthodoxy In Alaska: A History, Inventory, And Analysis Of The Church Archives In Alaska With An Annotated Bibliography. Copyrighted 1980 by Barbara Sweetland Smith. Published by the Alaska Historical Commission.
79. Gold & Galena: A History of the Mayo District, copyrighted 1990 by the Mayo Historical Society. Compiled by Linda E. T. MacDonald and Lynette R. Bleiler. ISBN: 0-88925-934-8 Published by the Mayo Historical Society PO Box 32, Mayo, Yukon Territory, Canada Y0B1M0. printed and bound in Canada by Friesen Printers.
80. Alaska Phone Books 1906-1952; copyrighted 1989 by Anchorage Municipal Libraries Edited by Bruce Merrell.
81. Neerihiinjik: We Traveled From Place To Place: Johnny Sarah Haa Googwandak, The Gwich’in Stories of Johnny and Sara Frank, copyrighted 1995 by the Alaska Native Language Center. Edited and Introductory Essays by Craig Mishler. Transcribed and translated by Judy Erick, Lillian Garnett, and Mary Rose Roberts, with assistance from Ron Frank. Family Tree (pages 669-679) compiled by Kenneth Frank and Craig Mishler. 685 pages. ISBN 1-55500-054-1
82. Cemetery Database Tracking Report; copyrighted 1989 by the Municipality of Anchorage. 132 pages Example:
Sort Num.LastFirstMIAgeBurial DateTRLot num.Lot DescF Home
32Adams, Harry Alvin029 Mar 197450R34P21
Most or all of the books listed here can be found in the following places: Alaska Collection- Z. J. Loussac Public Library in Anchorage; Alaska Room-Consortium Library, University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA); Elmer E. Rasmuson Library-University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF); Alaska Historical Collections of The Alaska State Library in Juneau. Some can also be ordered in microfilm format from local LDS Family History Centers (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints).