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Publisher's Summary

Bringing Alaska history alive!

Aunt Phil's Trunk, winner of the Literary Classics award for best nonfiction series, will keep you spellbound.

If you enjoy entertaining nonfiction short stories, then you will love Aunt Phil's Trunk, Volume One.

Did you know? 

  • Mysterious petroglyphs dot Alaska's coastlines?
  • The last shot of the American Civil War boomed in the Bering Sea?
  • The Klondike Gold Rush began after a man dreamed of salmon with golden scales?

These and dozens more little-known stories fill Aunt Phil's Trunk, Volume One and share Alaska's colorful past up to 1900.

©2006 Laurel Ann Bill (P)2017 Laurel Ann Bill

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