By Gregory W. Kimura
In 2009 Alaska celebrates its 50th anniversary of U.S. statehood. To commemorate that milestone, Alaska at 50 brings jointly a few of today’s so much noteworthy and recognizable writers and researchers to deal with the previous, current, and way forward for Alaska. Divided into 3 overarching sections—art, tradition, and arts; legislation, financial system, and politics; and atmosphere, humans, and place—Alaska at 50 is written in hugely obtainable prose. Illustrations and images of vital artefacts of Alaska heritage liven up the textual content. every one contributor brings a robust voice and prescription for the subsequent fifty years, and the ensuing paintings offers Alaskans and the country with an outline of Alaska statehood and ideas for destiny development.
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