Alaska Wilderness Milepost
Graphic Arts Center Publishing Company, 1990 - 400 pages
Much of Alaska's majestic beauty is off the road--in small villages, on islands, or along rivers. This guide is an adventurer's passport to more than 250 remote towns and villages and the wilderness surrounding them.
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