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  Sources for Southwest Alaska


      2 New Bars Open (B & B). (1944, October 7). Kodiak Mirror.


      A (Reconstructed) 315-year History of the Ko. (n.d.). Retrieved January 3, 2014, from King Ko Inn:


      Ameigh, G. C., & Chaffin, Y. M. (1962). Alaska's Kodiak Island; a camera report of life at Kodiak, Alaska. Anchorage, AK: Chaffin Inc.


      Arnold S. Omholt obituary (E.F.I.). (1985, May 4). Anchorage Daily News, p. B7.


      Barry, M. J. (2010). A Day of Disaster: The Great Alaska Earthquake of March 27, 1964 (Tony's). Anchorage, AK: MJP Barry.


      Bauman, M. (2009, August 21). Eddie's Freplace Inn offers tasty fare. Retrieved January 2, 2014, from Alaska Journal of Commerce:         


      Bob Pelkey Sr. obituary (Akutan Roadhouse). (2003, June 28). Retrieved January 21, 2014, from Kitsap Sun:                                             


      Carol Ann Hadfield obituary. (2010, September 13). Anchorage Daily News, p. A7.


      Cocktail Lounge To Open Soon (Mecca). (1941, June 14). Kodiak Mirror, pp. 1,9.


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


      Durr, R. A. (1999). Down in Bristol Bay: High Tides, Hangovers, and Harrowing Experiences on Alaska's Last Frontier. New York, New York:       St. Martin's Press.


      Edgar K. "Eddie" Oaks Jr. obituary (E.F.I.). (1999, February 12). Anchorage Daily News, p. B4.


      El Rojo Pero Cantina (Red Dog Inn). (1980, July 26). Bristol Bay News, pp. 5-6.


      Erma B. Hadfield obituary. (1989, April 2). Anchorage Daily News, p. D2.


      Fishing Season May Open August 9 in S.E. Alaska (Fisherman's). (1950, November 7). Daily Sitka Sentinel, p. 1.


      Freeman, N. (1977). Kodiak, island of change. Anchorage, AK: Alaska Geographic Society.


      Garrett, F. S. (2008, August 15). Introduction: Saint Theresa, Naknek, Alaska (Fisherman's). Retrieved January 4, 2014, from Saint Theresa         Catholic Church, Naknek, Alaska:


      Gatter, G. (2012, September 3). Tony's Bar, Kodiak. (D. Vandegraft, Interviewer)


      Gibbs, P. (2012, September 20). The Rendezvous Bar, Kodiak. (D. Vandegraft, Interviewer)


      Huard, J. &. (1965, February 1). Harbor Lounge advertisement. Bristol Bay News, p. 6.


      Huard, J. (1959, May 1). Fisherman's Bar advertisement. Bristol Bay News, p. 5.


      Jo Ann Bradford obituary (Fisherman's). (1998, April 23). Anchorage Daily News, p. B5.


      Joling, D. (2014, January 17). King Cove renews call for road. Retrieved January 20, 2014, from Juneau Empire:                                         


      Kiefer, A. (2012, September 3). The Village Bar, Kodiak. (D. Vandegraft, Interviewer)


      Kizzia, T. (1986, October 16). Waiting for a ride on the lost ferry: tourists are on their own when they reach King Cove. Anchorage Daily           News, p. Metro 1.


      Matsen, B. (1998). Fishing Up North: Stories of Luck and Loss in Alaskan Waters. Anchorage, AK: Alaska Northwest Books.


      Moore, D. R. (1995). Alaska's Lost Frontier: Life in the Days of Homesteads, Dog Teams, and Sailboat Fisheries. Moore Haven, Florida:               Prospector Press.


      Mrs. (Catherine) Omholt Dies in Local Hospital (E.F.I.). (1973, August 13). Anchorage Daily News, p. 4.


      Nelson, J. (2006). Remembering Naknek: Some Memories of Alaska (1952 - 1972). Charleston, SC: BookSurge, LLC.


      Nelson, S. (n.d.). The B&B Bar Past and Present. (R. &. Murray, Interviewer)


      Paulin, J. (2012, October 15). Despite $64 million new airport, antique float plane still only way to Akutan. Dutch Harbpr Fisherman.


      Pelkey, R. L. (2010). Off The Map: The True Alaska Adventures of Robert L. Pelkey, Sr. (Akutan Roadhouse). Homer, AK: White Wave                   Publishing Co.


      Robert "Bob" Lawrance Pelkey Sr. obituary (Akutan Roadhouse). (2003, June 19). Retrieved January 21, 2014, from Homer News:             


      Smaker, T. (2001, September 10). Chiniak (Rendezvous). Retrieved September 20, 2012, from Kodiak Military History Museum:                 


      Travel: Hamburg, London, Alaska (King Ko). (n.d.). Retrieved January 3, 2014, from Beatles Bible:                                                              

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