Alaska – Links

Alaska – Links

Alaska – Genealogy and Family History Links

Alaska State Archives, see Genealogy section:

Alaska’s Digital Archives:

Anchorage Genealogical Society. Includes lists of Alaskan genealogy/history related societies and Alaskana collections at public libraries:

Vital Statistics, Alaska. Public access available 100 years for births, 50 for marriages, divorces, deaths:

Alaska Records Digitization Project, National Archives and Records Administration, USA:

Alaska Church Records, FamilySearch wiki:

Alaska Censuses Existing and Lost, FamilySearch:

Alaska Historical Society:

Alaskan History Timeline, : Alaska Public Lands Information Center:

Finding Your Gold Rush Relative, Alaska State Library:

Alaska Online Historical Directories, Miriam J. Robbins:

Alaska Newspaper Project, Alaska State Library:
Alaska Newspapers Index, not complete:

Alaska GenWeb, USGenWeb, maps, 1930 census images, newspaper indexes, Guide to Catholic-related records…about Native Americans :

AK GenWeb Archives, includes various listings of church records, directories and cemeteries:

Alaska Web, Research Center, includes partial index of marriages1745-1950:
Alaska Web, a guide – Records of Alaska Natives in Religious Archives:

Alaska Genealogy Trails. Includes Obituary Index -Alaska Weekly & Alaska Sportsman, WW II Honor Roll of Casualties, Alaskan Shipwrecks 1750 – 1887:

1895 Alaska map, Rand McNally Corporation.

Alaska Highway / ALCAN Highway

The Alaska Highway, 75th Anniversary:

Alaska Highway and Haines Road, 1942 to Present. Presented by Paul Murchison, John Loh Rey, Daniel Grochowalski (.pdf):

North to Alaska! A Personal Perspective of Building the Alaska Highway, Interviews, historic photos, 2003 Reunion, Royal BC Museum, Living Landscapes:

Alaska Highway, Alaska Digital Archives:

Building the Alaska Highway, Hidden History, Black History of the Yukon:

Alaska Highway Community Society:

Beyond Mile Zero: The Vanishing Alaska Highway Lodge Community by Lily Gontard and Mark Kelly (Lost Moose, 2017). Look for this book in the BCGS Library soon.