The Alaska Sportsman Magazine, December (Dec.), 1948 - J.H. Giese / "Pappy" Walker

By: Clarke, Tom E.; Reed, Elmer; Hughes, John; Minner, J. Lester

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34 pages. Many black and white photos. Features: Editorial - The Future of Alaska's Gold Mining Industry; Indestructible "Pappy" Walker homesteaded on the Kenai Peninsula and survived a bear attack; J.H. Giese, tin-cutter and the first mayor of Nome had problems with dogs, revenues and a fire engine; The Yukon on the Yukon - travelling the treacherous Yukon River in Interior Alaska by comfortable steamboat; Muktuk - butchering a whale anchored to the ever-shifting ice of the Bering Sea is a challenge; and more. Unmarked. Moderate wear. A quality vintage copy.

Title: The Alaska Sportsman Magazine, December (Dec.), 1948 - J.H. Giese / "Pappy" Walker

Author: Clarke, Tom E.; Reed, Elmer; Hughes, John; Minner, J. Lester

Illustrator: Machetanz, Frederick and Sara

Categories: Travel, Exploration & Adventure, Sport, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Ketchikan, Alaska, Alaska Magazine Publishing Company: 1948

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 338h1361

Keywords: The Alaska Sportsman Magazine, December (Dec.), 1948 - J.H. Giese / "Pappy" Walker Future of Alaska's Gold Mining Industry; Indestructible "Pappy" Walker homesteaded on the Kenai Peninsula and survived a bear attack; J.H. Giese, tin-cutter and the first mayor of Nome had problems with dogs, revenues and a fire engine; The Yukon on the Yukon - travelling the treacherous Yukon River in Interior Alaska by comfortable steamboat; Muktuk - butchering a whale anchored to the ever-shifting ice of the Bering Sea,