The Oceanside History of Alaska, by Mike Coppock

Paperback: $19.95
ISBN: 9781684921492
eBook: $9.99
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The Oceanside History of Alaska, by Mike Coppock

A history of Alaska’s seaports settled by fishermen, gold seekers, Scandinavians, Native peoples, and Russian trappers. It is a time of a violent history as these diverse people carved their own isolated world from forests, cliff faces, and raging seas. This is a tale of wild men and intrepid women looking for a home from the world they rejected.

It is the story of empire builders like Russian Alexander Baranov, folk heroes like Wyatt Earp and Jack London, outlaws, ladies of the evening, saints and two-fisted American sailors like Hell Roaring Mike Healy and railroader Big Mike Henry, all overcoming tragedy and triumphing over man and nature.

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