Rough road to the North: travels along the Alaska highway

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Doubleday Canada, 1980 - History - 197 pages
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The construction of the Alcan highway, a fifteen-hundred-mile roadway connecting Dawson Creek, British Columbia and Fairbanks, is chronicled

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User Review  - Jae - Goodreads

Could not wait to be done with this. Proves that all journalist should not try to be authors. To many facts that have not been enlivened to create enjoyable reading. A few interesting characters, but ... Read full review

Review: Rough Road to the North: Travels Along the Alaska Highway

User Review  - Rainer Salahub - Goodreads

For anyone remotely interested in the history of alaska and in particular the alaska highway. Jim Christy combines his own experience with the history of the highway, the towns along the way, and ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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