Alaska consists of three natural divisions, the climate, people, commerce, vegetation, etc., of each differing much from the others. The mountainous, timber-covered Pacific Coast, warmed by the Japanese current, sprinkled by incessant rains, and rich in diversified minerals and fishes. The treeless Aleutian Islands and tundra-covered slopes of Bering Sea and Arctic Ocean, chilled with long, cold, dark weird Arctic winters; poor in minerals; ice bound in winter – this strip of land extends inland about fifty miles from the Arctic seas. The great interior, with its rigorous continental climate, scanty rainfall, fertile valleys, big rivers.

 

McKinley National Park – The north and west fronts of this range slope down abruptly to the Piedmont plateau which stands at 2,500 feet above sea level...  

 

The Alaska Dog Team – The dog team will always be a part, in fact, the greatest factor in transportation in the northern country. In winter as soon as...

 

Wild Game Animals – All persons going into Alaska with the intention of shooting wild game of any kind—from the moose to the migratory bird...  

 

The Aleutian Islands – As the islands are of volcanic origin their general features are bold peaks and rugged highlands, with narrow dividing passes...
   
  Alaska and Yukon– Alaska in its greatest extent is included between the meridians of 1300 west longitude and 1730 west longitude, and between the parallels of 510 and 720 north latitude. It is bounded on the north by the Arctic Ocean; on the west by the Arctic Ocean, Bering Strait, and Bering Sea; on the south and southwest by the Gulf of Alaska and the Pacific Ocean, and...
Origin and Extent of the Esquimaux – It has not yet been settled whether the Alaska Esquimaux came from Asia or the Siberian from Alaska, but it can not be disputed that they came from the same original ancestors. It is also an fact that the Esquimaux is either of Mongolian parentage, or in very early times became thoroughly mixed with the Mongolian people...  
  The Juneau Section – The oldest American settlement in Alaska is Juneau... As the capital of the Territory, the metropolis of southeastern Alaska, and the centre of mining operations, Juneau was properly named for Joseph Juneau, whose discriminating eye and mining skill discovered the quartz and placer riches that have made this region famous...
Seward Peninsula – First, the Russian traders and missionaries, then the whalers, followed by the Western Union Telegraph Company, broke the unnumbered, undisturbed years of monotonous Esquimaux possession of Seward Peninsula. There were small native settlements here and there at the most protected points, but nothing extraordinary happened until September, 1898...