Iditarod Country: Exploring the Route of the Last Great Race
Tricia Brown, Christine Ummel
Epicenter Press, 1998 - Photography - 63 pages
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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