The Sourdough Expedition: stories of the pioneer Alaskans who climbed Mount McKinley in 1910
Alaska Northwest Pub. Co., Jan 1, 1985 - Biography & Autobiography - 64 pages
In the spring of 1910, four Alaskan miners - Tom Lloyd, Peter Anderson, Charley McGonagall, and Bill Taylor - attempted to climb Mount McKinley. This book contains primary accounts describing the Sourdough Expedition and tracing the history of the climb and the controversy surrounding it.
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