Iditarod Country: Exploring the Route of the Last Great Race

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Tricia Brown, Christine Ummel
Epicenter Press, 1998 - Photography - 63 pages
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Explores the Eskimo villages, abandoned gold-mining towns, and remote homsteads connected by the 1,100 mile Iditarod race while celebrating the volunteers who pull the whole event together

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Contents

Introduction
9
Wasilla
15
J CROWING
24
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Tricia Brown is an author, editor, and book developer. She travels often and is a popular speaker in schools, libraries, and events in Alaska as well as the Lower 48. Her multimedia presentations, which include lessons on Alaska natural history and culture, regularly receive high praise from educators and parents. She loves to get kids excited about reading, writing, and art. www.triciabrownbooks.com

Schultz is the official iditarod photographer.

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