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  • Alaska by Cruise Ship : The Complete Guide to the Alaska Cruise Experience
    by Anne Vipond, et al
    (Paperback)

    Alaska's Inside Passage Traveler: See More, Spend Less (by Ferry)
    by Ellen Searby, Henry Jori
    (Paperback)

    Alaska Atlas and Gazetteer
    by Delorme (Editor)
    (Paperback -- April )

    Alaska Gold Prospectors Guide
    by Ron Wendt
    Listed under Prospecting

    Alaskan Aberration
    The View from a Harley in the North Country
    Allen J. Bartell
    Paperback - 139 pages 1 edition
    Flat Black Publishing; ISBN: 0965975207

    The Alaska River Guide
    by Karen Jettmar
    (Paperback)

    Alone Across the Arctic: One Woman's Epic Journey by Dog Team
    by Pam Flowers (Photographer), Ann Dixon (Contributor)
    Paperback: 120 pages
    Alaska Northwest Books; ISBN: 088240539X; )

    Anchorage: Early Photographs of the Great Land
    by Ann Chandonnet
    Listed under Alaska - Photo Essays

    Always a Distant Anchorage
    by Hal Roth (Photographer)
    (Paperback - January 1988)

    Anchorage and the Cook Inlet Basin
    (Paperback - July 1983)

    Anchorage and the Cook Inlet Basin
    (Paperback - July 1983)
     

    Alaska State Map
    by Rand McNally
    Map from Rand McNally & Co
     
    National Geographic Alaska's Inside Passage: Destination
    by National Geographic Society
    Paperback from Trails Illustrated

     
    Folded Map-Anchorage
    by Rand McNally
    Map from Rand McNally & Co
     
    Canada's Yukon & South Central Alaska Cruise Tour Guide : History, Native Culture, Color Maps of Cruise Routes & Roads
    by George King, Karin Hasselberg, Jane Eckleman
    Paperback from Coastal Cruise Tour Guides
     
    Fairbanks, Alaska
    by Rand McNally
    Paperback from Rand McNally & Co
     
    The Bears of Katmai: Alaska's Famous Brown Bears
    by Matthias Breiter
    Listed under Bears

    City Smart: Anchorage
    by Donna Freedman
    (Paperback)


    Alaska Best Places is the only evaluative guide to the the Last Frontier. With hundreds of outdoor adventure ideas, restaurant and lodging reviews, and a new section on Whitehorse and Dawson, this locally written guide is bigger and better than ever. More than 200 star-rated restaurants and lodgings. Covers national and state parks, numerous outfitters, milepost stops, and festivals. Overview of cruise ships. Amazon.com
    Paperback: 384 pages
    Publisher: Sasquatch Books; ISBN: 1570611807 

    Adventure Guide to the Inside Passage & Coastal Alaska (3rd Ed)
    by Lynn Readicker-Henderson, Ed Readicker-Henderson
    (Paperback)

    The Blue Bear: A True Story of Friendship, Tragedy, and Survival in the Alaskan Wilderness
    by Lynn Schooler
    Listed under Ecology

    Coming into the Country
    by John McPhee
    Residents of the Lower 48 sometimes imagine Alaska as a snow-covered land of igloos, oil pipelines, and polar bears. But Alaska is far more complex geographically, culturally, ecologically, and politically than most Americans know, and few writers are as capable of capturing this complexity as John McPhee. In Coming into the Country, McPhee describes his travels through much of the state with bush pilots, prospectors, and settlers, as well as politicians and businesspeople who have their eyes set on a very different future for the state. - Amazon.com
    Paperback: ; Noonday Press; ISBN: 0374522871; Reissue edition (April 1991)

    Denali : Reflections of a Naturalist
    by Kennan Ward
    (Hardcover)

    Evergreen Pacific Exploring Alaska and British Columbia
    by Stephen Hilson
    (Paperback)

    55 Ways to the Wilderness of Southcentral Alaska
    Nancy Simmerman(Photographer), et al
    Paperback

    Fishing Alaska
    by Evan Swensen, Margaret Swensen
    Listed under Fishing Alaska

    Fodor's 2004 Alaska (Fodor's Alaska)
    by Fodors, Fodor's
    Paperback from Fodors Travel Pubns

    Frommer's Alaska
    by Charles P. Wohlforth
    Paperback from Frommer

    Frommer's(r) Alaska Cruises and Ports of Call
    by Fran Wenograd Golden, Jerry Brown
    (Paperback)

    Looking for Alaska
    by Peter Jenkins
    (Hardcover)

    The Milepost 2003 : Trip Planner for Alaska, Yukon Territory, British Columbia, Alberta & Northwest Territories (Milepost, 55th Ed)
    Listed under Driving Guides USA

    Historical Atlas of the Pacific Northwest : Maps of Exploration and Discovery : British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Yukon
    by Derek Hayes
    (Hardcover)

    Hunted: A True Story of Survival
    by David Fletcher
    A climber ascends Mt Hess, and on returning to base is confronted with the angry and agrieved mother of the bear cub he had previously killed with an axe. Dropbears.com
    Hardcover: 288 pages
    Carroll & Graf; ISBN: 0786709987; 1 Carroll edition (May 10, )

    Into the Wild
    by Jon Krakauer
    What would possess a gifted young man recently graduated from college to literally walk away from his life? Noted outdoor writer and mountaineer Jon Krakauer tackles that question in his reporting on Chris McCandless, whose emaciated body was found in an abandoned bus in the Alaskan wilderness in 1992. Amazon.com
    (Hardcover)

    Iditarod: The Great Race to Nome
    by Bill Sherwonit, et al
    Listed under Idatrod

    Lonely Planet Alaska (Alaska, 7th Ed)
    by Jim Dufresne
    Lonely Planet is at its guidebook best when it's covering isolated regions where those little details of shelter, food, and transportation are of more than passing concern. Just the section on Denali National Park alone makes Jim DuFresne's guide worthwhile, illuminating the complex new rules governing access to that sensational wildlife reserve, plus giving information on dogsled demonstrations, hiking, rafting, backpacking, and so on. The sections on climate, geography, and ecology are very well done, as are the chapters on the Alaskan people and society. The transportation chapters are vital and comprehensive, and the rest of the guide follows suit, covering all of Alaska (no little task) with reliable acumen, information, and savvy. --Stephanie Gold - Amazon.com
    Paperback: ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.68 x 7.78 x 5.30 
    Publisher: Lonely Planet; 7th edition  
    ISBN: 1740590910

    Kenai Canoe Trails
    Trails is the definitive guide to the vast pristine canoeing system of Alaska's Kenai Peninsula. Set aside by Congress as one of only two wilderness canoe areas, this is the other Boundary Waters. Every lake and trail is illustrated by aerial photo maps unique to this book and represent the most informative charting yet available of this area. The Publisher
    (Paperback)

    Passage to Juneau : A Sea and Its Meanings (Vintage Departures)
    by Jonathan Raban
    (Paperback)

    Rand McNally Anchorage, Alaska
    (Calendar)

    Roadside Geology of Alaska (Roadside Geology Series)
    by Cathy Connor, Daniel O'Haire
    Listed under Roadside Geology

    Southcentral Alaska : Including Anchorage, Kenai Peninsula, Susitna Valley and Prince William Sound (Umbrella Guides)
    by Scott McMurren
    (Paperback)

    Rowing to Latitude : Journeys Along the Arctic's Edge
    by Jill A. Fredston
    Listed under Canoeing

    Tacos on the Tundra : The Story of Pepe's North of the Border
    by Lyn Kidder, Frederic Moras (Photographer)
    (Paperback)

    Adventure Guide to the Alaska Highway
    by Lynn Readicker-Henderson
    Book Description: The far north was once a land feared by many, traveled by few. Now it's the kind of place people travel hundreds of miles to visit. This quiet sanctuary of quiet rivers and lakes that come in all shades of blue and green, is also home to some of the most unusual wildlife in the Americas caribou, bison, whales, musk oxen. 

    This is the most detailed guide to traveling the Alaska Highway, a road that is a feat of engineering in itself. The authors detail all the major towns along the way from British Columbia through the Yukon to Alaska and Prudhoe Bay, including Fairbanks, Anchorage, Dawson City, Skagway, and more. You'll also find information on sidetrips along alternate highways: the Top-of-the-World, the Haines, the Stewart-Cassiar, the South Klondike, the Richardson and the Glen. A one-stop resource for Alaska-bound travelers, this book has over 30 maps and color photos.

    Adventure Roads North: The Story of the Alaska Highway and Other Roads in the Milepost, Number 1, 1983
    by Alaska Geographic Editors

    The Alaska Highway: A Geographical Discovery
    by Thomas P. Huber

    The Alaska Highway: A Portrait of the Ultimate Road Trip
    by Erwin A. Bauer

    The Alaska Highway in World War II: The U.S. Army of Occupation in Canada's Northwest
    by Kenneth Coates

    Alaska Highway Journal
    by John Tomikel

    Alaska Highway Two-Step
    by Caroline Woodward

    Alaska Roadhouse Recipes: Memorable Recipes from Roadhouses, Lodges, Bed and Breakfasts, Cafes, Restaurants and Campgrounds Along the Highways and Byways of Alaska and Canada
    by Kris Graef
     


     

     
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