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Sources for Southeast Alaska



Actress Mary Joyce. (1939, August). Alaska Life, p. 9.


Adams, B. (2008, May 28). The Alaskan Hotel and Bar, Juneau. (D. Vandegraft, Interviewer)


Adams, J. (2006). The Life and Times of the Alaskan Hotel. Juneau, AK: Juneau-Douglas Museum.


Allen, J. (1992). Spirit! Historic Ketchikan, Alaska. Ketchikan: Lind Printing.


Angerman, F. (2008, May 21). The Totem Bar, Wrangell. (D. Vandegraft, Interviewer)


Barra, A. (2005). Inventing Wyatt Earp: His Life and Many Legends. Edison, NJ: Castle Books.


Botelho, B. (2001). Gastineau Channel Memories: Volume I (pp. 63-64). Juneau, AK: Pioneer Book Committee.


Boyer, G. G. (1976). I Married Wyatt Earp: The Recollections of Josephine Sarah Marcus Earp. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press.


Building History: City of Haines - Survey of Historic Structures. (1983). Juneau, AK: Alaska Archives and Records Management.


Buzzell, R. G. (1991). Phase II of the Cultural Resources Evaluation for the Tongass Avenue Capacity Improvements Project, Ketchikan, Alaska, 1991. Anchorage: Alaska Department of Natural Resources.


Carter, E. (1944, January). Ernie's. Alaska Life.


Christianson, S. S. (1992, July 6). Rose returns to Pelican, reopens renowned bar. Juneau Empire.


City and Borough of Yakutat 2010 Comprehensive Plan. Juneau, AK: Sheinberg Associates.


City Okays Liquor Applications. (1953, December 17). Ketchikan Daily News, p. 8.


Clifford, H. (2000). Alaska Adventures: Wyatt Earp and friends. Seattle, WA: Sourdough Enterprises.


Coghill, J. B. (2009). Growing up in Alaska. Juneau, AK: Kayto Communications.


Daniel, R. (2008, May 1). The Imperial Bar, Juneau. (D. Vandegraft, Interviewer)


DeArmond, R. (1986, May 17). The Red Dog Saloon History.


Demerjian, B. (2011). Wrangell. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing.


Historic Preservation Plan for the City and Borough of Juneau, Alaska 1997. Juneau, AK: U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service.


Dick Kito dead 56 of cancer. (1987, November 19). Petersburg Pilot, p. 3.


Dierick, T. (2008, March 17). The Bars of Yakutat. (D. Vandegraft, Interviewer)


Driscoll, J. (1943). War Discovers Alaska. Philadelphia, PA: J.B. Lippincott Company.


Epler, P. (2011, May 5). Alaska's most intriguing bar (Bubble Room). Retrieved May 13, 2102, from Alaska Dispatch:


Family of the Century. (2003). Our Town - Third Edition, p. 49.


Fisher, C. (1944, September). Mary of the Snows. Alaska Life, pp. 13-17.


Forst, E. (2008, May 27). The Red Dog Saloon, Juneau. (D. Vandegraft, Interviewer)


Forsythe, E. T. (2004). Gastineau Channel Memories: Volume I (pp. 97-98). Juneau, AK: Alaska Litho, Inc.


Fulton, K. (1992). No Show Tonight - An historical collection of stories from Petersburg's past told by the people that lived it. Petersburg: Pilot Publishing.


Gardner, M. (1993). My Hyder, Now and Then. Mt. Hermon: Andrea Elliott & Co.


Gerbi, M. L. (1996, July 2). Rose is ready to leave. Juneau Empire, p. 3.


Harrington, L. B. (1995). I Never Did Mind The Rain - A Collection of Oral Sistories from Southern Southeast Alaska. Ketchikan: Friends of Ketchikan Public Library.


Heinmiller, C. (1986). The Old Days of the Fire Dept. Haines Pioneer Voices - 2: Frost on the Stovepipe (p. 4). Haines, Alaska: Pioneer Igloo #34 and Auxiliary #18.


Herrin, R. (1952, January 3). Announcing the Pioneer Bar and Liquor Store. Daily Sitka Sentinel and Arrowhead Press, p. 4.


Houdek, J. (2002). Mary Joyce: Alaska's First Lady of Adventure. Retrieved May 22, 2012, from LitSite Alaska:


Imperial Billiard Parlor. (1914, March 18). Daily Alaska Empire.


J.J. Stocker Building. (1933, May 26). Daily Alaska Empire.


Jones, G. H. (2004). Gastineau Channel Memories, Volume II (p. 328). Juneau, AK: Alaska Litho, Inc.


Jospephine Hill Dies. (1970, May 13). Ketchikan Daily News, p. 8.


Kautz, P. (2008, May 21). The Marine Bar, Wrangell. (D. Vandegraft, Interviewer)


Keeker, K. (2006, March 26). Juneau's Arctic Knights take the games by storm. Juneau Empire.


Keeker, K. (2006, July 6). When it comes to 'Good Times and Friends'...The Office in Hoonah takes care of business. Juneau Empire.


Keeker, K. (2006, August 10). Quest for the Throne. Juneau Empire.


Kito, L. (2008, May 18). Kito's Kave, Petersburg. (D. Vandegraft, Interviewer)


Klose, V. (2008, 20 May). The Totem Bar, Ketchikan. (D. Vandegraft, Interviewer)


Kubley, L. (2008, May 23). The Sourdough Bar, Ketchikan. (D. Vandegraft, Interviewer)


Kubley, W. (2008, May 23). The Sourdough Bar, Ketchikan. (D. Vandegraft, Interviewer)


Mary Joyce inducted into the Alaska women's hall of fame. (2013, March 8). Juneau Empire.


McGuire, M. (2010). Angels to Ashes: Largest Unsolved Mass Murder in Alaska History. Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse.


McKinney, D. (1990, June 10). Crankiest Fisherman: The Man Yakutat Loves to Hate. We Alaskans - Anchorage Daily News, p. 6.


McLaughlin, C. (2008, May 22). The First City Saloon, Ketchikan. (D. Vandegraft, Interviewer)


McLeod, I. (2004). Prospectors, Promoters, and Hard Rock Miners: Tales of the Stewart, B.C. and Hyder, Alaska Camps. Kelowna: S.H. Co.


McNulty, M. (1998, March 15-21). Pub salvages shipwreck photos. First City Scene, p. 2.


Metcalfe, V. (1973, July 19). Big Time in Pelican. Juneau Empire.


Miller, R. (2008, May 29). Rose's Bar, Pelican. (D. Vandegraft, Interviewer)


Minshall, B. (1992). On Board With the Duke: John Wayne and the Wild Goose. Washington: Seven Locks Press.


Nelson, D. R. (2001). Little Norway: The Story of Petersburg. Petersburg: Pilot Publishing.


New owner takes over at downtown bar. (1998, August 5). Juneau Empire.


Norton, L. (2008, May 22). The Potlatch Bar, Ketchikan. (D. Vandegraft, Interviewer)


Obituary of Dorothy Sweeney-Vill. (2006, April 5). Juneau Empire.


Old Louvre Bar. (1917, January 23). Daily Alaska Empire.


Old Louvre Building. (1918, January 27). Daily Alaska Empire.


Pardes, J. (2002, November 27). Shaping Alaska Myth. Juneau Empire.


Privett, R. (2008, May 21). Rayme's Bar, Wrangell. (D. Vandegraft, Interviewer)


Pulp Mill Open House In Offing. (1954, July 2). Ketchikan Daily News, p. 8.


Ray, B. (2001). Gastineau Channel Memories, Volume 1 (pp. 428-429). Juneau, AK: Pioneer Book Committee.


Richard Kito named T-H citizen of year. (1987, May 7). Petersburg Pilot, p. 2.


Robinson, R. W. (2005). Last Call! Interviews with Alaska Bartenders. West Conshohocken, PA: Infinity Publishing Company.


Roppel, P. (1986). Southeast Alaska: a pictorial history. Norfolk, VA: Donning Co.


Sheldon, J. (1962, December 11). Arctic Bar Collapses And Floats Away; Lights, Water Fail. Ketchikan Daily News, pp. 1,3.


Spude, R. L. (1983). Skagway, District of Alaska, 1884-1912: Building the Gateway to the Klondike. Fairbanks, AK: University of Alaska.


Stokes, D. (2008, May 21). The Bars of Wrangell. (D. Vandegraft, Interviewer)


Swainson, J. (2008, May 18). Kito's Kave, Petersburg. (D. Vandegraft, Interviewer)


Tengs, C. History of the Pioneer Bar and the Bamboo Room. Retrieved May 26, 2012, from Pioneer Bar and the Bamboo Room Restaurant, Haines, AK:


The Baranof - Alaska's Finest. (1938, July). Alaska Life, p. 19.


The Louvre Building. (1928, May 1). Daily Alaska Empire.


The Old Red Dog. (1955, May 6). The Alaska Weekly.


Thompson, C. (2007, March 14). Esquire's Best Bars in America 2006. Esquire.


Totem Cocktail Bar. (1942, January 5). Ketchikan Alaska Chronicle.


Turner, S. (2008, May 23). The 49er Bar, Ketchikan. (D. Vandegraft, Interviewer)


Two Business Houses Have New Owners. (1943, December 3). Petersburg Press, p. 8.


Two Liquor Applications Are Refused. (1955, July 14). Ketchikan Daily News, pp. 1,6.


Vacura, H. M. (2001). Charlie & Mary Miller in Gastineau Channel Memories; Volume I (p. 343). Juneau, AK: Pioneer Book Committee.


Weiss, P. (2008, May 22). The Arctic Bar, Ketchikan. (D. Vandegraft, Interviewer)


Westfall, W. W. (2004).  Gastineau Channel Memories: Volume II (p. 399). Juneau, AK: Alaska Litho, Inc.


Whitethorn, H. (2008, May 18). Kito's Kave, Petersburg. (D. Vandegraft, Interviewer)


Whitmer, R. (1994, May 27). Skagway dresses up early for GMA show. The Skagway News, p. 7.


Yarborough, M. R. (2009). Archaeological Assessment and Historical Archaeological Surbey for the Wrangell Road and Utility Improvements Project, Wrangell, Alaska. Anchorage: Dowl HKM.


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