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Seward’s Icebox

By | April 25, 2014 - 12:00 pm

What was William Seward thinking when he pushed the purchase of Alaska from Russia? What would most surprise him if he could see Alaska now? Seward’s Day is a state holiday; a town and a highway are named after him; but who was he? Two historians will help us understand why we’re not part of Russia, on the next Talk of Alaska.

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HOST: Steve HeimelAlaska Public Radio Network

GUESTS:

  • Walter Stahr, author, “Seward, Lincoln’s Indispensable Man”
  • Steve Haycox, Professor Emeritus of History, University of Alaska Anchorage, author of“Alaska, an American Colony”
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