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dc.date.issued1930-04-01
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11122/2898
dc.description.tableofcontentsOn the World's Great Northern Highway -- Annual Meeting Regents Held at Alaska College -- Parting Guest is Speeded at Recent Yak Stew Party -- New World in Making Seen in Recent Visit of Men of Four Nations : Position of the Alaska College on the Direct Northern Route is One to be Prized -- Smith Suggests Rammed Earth as House Material -- Danish Novelist Tells Story of Greenland Trip -- Alaska's Petroleum -- Five Curricula Open to Students Electing Business -- George R. Goshaw Suggests a Study of Certain Northern Fur-Bearers -- Peat Production Likely to Become Interior Industry -- College Secures Reprint of First Alaska Newspaper -- "Alaskan" Name New Coast Flyer -- Alaska Trappers Furnish Material for Wide Market -- Alaska's Winners : The Salmon Industry -- Uncle Sam's Railroad -- The Business End -- Business Sets the Pace -- Unique Transport Methods -- Years See Changes in Fairbanks and in Business Scale -- College Players Entertain Many at the Empressen_US
dc.publisherThe Alaska Agricultural College and School of Minesen_US
dc.titleFarthest-North Collegian, Vol. 08, No. 08 (April 1930)en_US
dc.typeJournalen_US
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