Alaska's No. 1 Guide: The History and Journals of Andrew Berg, 1869-1939

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Spruce Tree Publishing, Jan 1, 2003 - Frontier and pioneer life - 337 pages
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"Andrew Berg was miner, hunter, trapper, fisherman, warden, and Alaska's first licensed hunting guide. More than a biography, this is a well-documented history of the early American settlement of the Kenai Peninsula."
  

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PERRY COLE inspector Am Natl Fox Breeeders Assn turned fox farmer Kasilof, photo also 169. Fox farming Kasilof includinng 1928 news articles & photo (aug 1928) 171. No. farmers Kasilof Sept 1923 94. DOLLY VARDEN for fox food from Bureau of Fisheries Nov 1935 292. MICKEY WILLIAMSON super photo apr 1929 187. RABBIT carcasses at fur ranch photo Jan/Feb 1924 103. Kasilof Lake Farm 1920 54.  

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