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Alaska Commercial Co's steamship lines to St. Michael and Yukon River. [San Francisco?]: [publisher not identified], [?] (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Alaska Commercial Company. OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title.
The Alaska Steamship Company was formed on August 3, While it originally set out to ship passengers and fishing products, the Alaska Steamship Company began shipping mining equipment, dog sleds, and cattle at the outbreak of the Klondike Gold Rush of The company was purchased by the Alaska Syndicate and merged with the Northwestern Steamship Company inbut retained its Headquarters: Seattle, Washington.
Steamboats on the Yukon River played a role in the development of Alaska and to the interior of Alaska and Yukon was hindered by large mountains and distance, but the wide Yukon River provided a feasible route. The first steamers on the lower Yukon River were work boats for the Collins Overland Telegraph in orwith a small steamer called Wilder.
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Alaska Commercial Cos steamship lines to St. Michael and Yukon River book California Alaska Commercial & Navigation Company: Augustplanning to build two ton light-draft steamers to be used on the Yukon River.
They sent an expedition to St. Michael on the NAVARRO on ca. August The company also plans to experiment with ice boats "on the Hudson River plan" (San Francisco Examiner, Aug.
20). A fond farewell. The SS Denali ends the era of passenger service for the Alaska Steamship Company as she makes her final departure and sails away for the last time from P Seattle at 3 p.m., Septem Sailing day meant excitement for the Alaska Steamship Company liners.
Here is the SS Alaska sailing from Seattle in See the archives section for more brochures of Alaska Steamship Co.
* Alaska Steamship Co. fleet information, history etc. on the following website: * You may use my images on another website. Then please credit them as being from the collection of Bjön Larsson, and preferably provide a link to my Introduction page.
Thank you. InKennecott Copper Company was formed and began acquiring stock from the Alaska Steamship Company. The Jones Act, passed by Congress inhelped the Alaska Steamship and the Pacific Steamship companies. The law prohibited shipping between any two United States ports in anything but American-built ships.
Underwater video of the remains of the steamship Alaska, which sank in off Brighton after a collision. For her graduation from college, my mother opted for a trip to Alaska instead of a new car as her graduation gift, and she went via the Alaska Steamship Company with.
ALASKA STEAMSHIP COMPANY AMERICAN PRESIDENT LINES—Gcncra1 Agents. CONNECTING STEAMSHIP LINES WHITE PASS & YUKON ROUTE RAIL LINE PROPOSED HIGHWAY How IMMENSE ' PRESENTED BY ALASKA (ne California St. West 6th St.
Boylston 1 10 So. Dearborn 5th Avenue. Alaska furs—mukluks—parkas, and intricately carved tusk ivory novelties. Now, eastward to St. Michael, one of the earliest of the Russian settlements in Alaska, and where the gold-mad horde of '98 left ocean-going vessels for the stern- wheelers which took them up the great Yukon to the Klondike.
The ghostly hulks of these deserted steamersFile Size: 8MB. The first commercial sale of Yukon River king salmon meant steep prices for consumers and an outcry from subsistence fishermen, who after years of.
This brochure was published by the Alaska Steamship Company in for their season. It is 16 pages, 8 x 9 inches in size. It is 16 pages, 8 x 9 inches in size. It has photos of the 7 ships being operated by the line, 9 maps of the sea and land-excursion routes available, as.
About this Item: [Seattle] Alaska Steamship CompanyCondition: good to very good.  Octavo. Black and white illustrations in text from photos and drawings, and folding colour map (at end in printed pocket) entitled "The Alaska Line" with inset "Map of the Copper River & Northwestern Ry and the Alaska Railroad showing Copper River Region in Alaska, Prince William Sound, the.
Alaska Steamship Response. Immediate, local emergency response management in Alaska. Alaska Steamship Response (ASR) provides environmental protection and support for Alaska marine commerce through effective, cost-efficient marine casualty response in full compliance with the federal and state oil spill planning statutes.
a cartoon representation of the services offered by The Alaska Line out of Seattle. An inset map of Prince William Sound shows sight-seeing stops along the route inland. A legend shows various route of the Alaska Steamship Company, The Alaska Railroad, Copper River & Northwestern Railway, Richardson Highway, Connecting Steamship Lines, and.
THE ALASKA STEAMSHIP COMPANY – Photos and History Posted by: Michael L. Grace Ocean Liner History: The Alaskan shipping industry began to grow in the late s with the expansion of fishing and cannery activities. Alaska State Library, Asa C. Baldwin Photographs. Establishing the boundary.
In Great Britain and the United States signed a treaty providing for the survey and demarcation of the boundary line, and surveyors selected a place they called Boundary on the bank of the Yukon River as the site for determining exact longitude.
For decades Canada Steamship Lines proclaimed itself as the world’s largest transportation company operating on inland waters. Its passenger and freight vessels could be found on the Great Lakes as far west as Duluth, Minnesota, and as far east as the Lower St.
Lawrence River. The passenger steamers were known collectively as the Great White /5(10). The Cosna River is a mile (71 km) tributary of the Tanana River in the central part of the U.S. state of Alaska. It flows northward from the Bitzshtini Mountains into the Mouth: Tanana River.
An inspiring story of the Alaska Steamship Co. and the pioneers who navigated the hazardous waters of the northern travel lanes to serve the people of Alaska. With more than historical black-and-white photographs. pages. Review. This is a book that needed to be written. Alaskans and those of the "Lower 48" who knew Alaska before the 5/5(1).
Prior tomost of the steamships that came to Alaska were owned by Pacific Coast Steamship Company but in the first decade of the new century, three other lines - Alaska Steamship Company, the Canadian Pacific Railroad Company and the Humboldt Steamship Company were.
Photo, Print, Drawing Ketchikan, Alaska, the first stop that tourists, sailing on the Alaska steamship line, make [ b&w film copy neg. ] Full online access to this resource. For decades Canada Steamship Lines proclaimed itself as the world’s largest transportation company operating on inland waters.
Its passenger and freight vessels could be found on the Great Lakes as far west as Duluth, Minnesota, and as far east as the Lower St.
Lawrence River. The passenger steamers were known collectively as the Great White Pages: Get directions, reviews and information for Alaska Marine Lines in Fairbanks, AK.
The collection consists of 13 mounted 16x20 black and white photographs depicting scenes in Alaska circa that were used by the Alaska Steamship Company as promotional materials.
Also included are 30 color stereo slides to be used with "The Stereo Realist Viewer" (not included). Canada Steamship Lines. likes. Les photos et vidéo des navires de ers: Get directions, reviews and information for Matson, Inc in Fairbanks, AK. The two major routes of the Alaska Steamship Company are illustrated in red, the Inside Route, which ventured up the Pacific coast to Skagway, Valdez, and Seward, and the Nome and St.
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EROSION AND SEDIMENTATION IN THE KENAI RIVER, ALASKA By KEVIN M. SCOTT ABSTRACT The Kenai River system is the most important freshwater fishery in Alaska.
The flow regime is characterized by high summer flow of gla- cial melt water and periodic flooding caused by sudden releases of glacier-dammed lakes in the headwaters. The present Pier 48 was built in the mids and taken over by the Port of Seattle in to serve a variety of shippers.
Between andPier 48 was the Seattle terminal for the ferries of the Alaska Marine Highway System, and later accommodated summer steamship service to Vancouver, B.C. Along Alaska's great river; a popular account of the travels of Alaska exploring expedition along the great Yukon River, from its source to its mouth, in the British North-west Territory, and in the Territory of Alaska.
Together with the latest information on the Klondike country by Schwatka, Frederick, Pages: Alaska Marine Lines is a marine transportation company providing barge service to and from Alaska and Hawaii.
We offer twice weekly service to Southeast Alaska, weekly service to Central Alaska, seasonal service to Western and Arctic Alaska, and bi-weekly service to.
Prior to the cession of Alaska to the United States, no Catholic priest had sojourned in the territory. InFrancis Mercier, chief agent of the Alaska Commercial Company at Nuklukhoyit, alarmed at the constantly threatening of the Ten'a on the Yukon and Tanana, took steps to introduce Catholic missionaries among them.
Noted as former Yukon River steamboat pilot (Newell p.). ANDERSON, P.M.,He was noted by Downs (p) as Captain of the ST. MICHAEL. APPLEBY,He was noted by McBride () in connection with the GERTRUDE on the Fairbanks-Innoko Run, August, *ARMSTRONG, FRANK P., (Columbia River).
After World War II, there was a sea change in the Inside Passage shipping industry. The Canadian National and Canadian Pacific lines, as well as the dominant Alaska Steamship line were experiencing significant challenges as barge traffic began to replace steamers as the method of choice for shipping products and supplies up the coast.
Full text of "Report of the operations of the U.S. revenue steamer Nunivak on the Yukon river station, Alaska, " See other formats. This foldable tourist brochure, published by Rand McNally and Company inshows the main routes and schedules of the Pacific Coast Steamship Company.
One side of the large sheet is a map showing the company’s routes from San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, and other ports.
An inset map on the right shows the routes from Seattle and Victoria, British Columbia, through the.FAIRBANKS — When the Alaska Road Commission (ARC) was created init undertook the Herculean task of building roads and trails throughout the Territory.An Index to Dawson City, Yukon Territory and Alaska Directory and Gazetteer, and Polk's Alaska-Yukon Gazetteer: Individual Architectural and Engineering Drawings Collection: Interior Alaska Gold Miners Photograph Collection: Interior Alaska Photograph Album: Interior Village Association Records: International Polar Expedition to Point.