Gastineau Heritage News Chronological Index

Gastineau Channel Historical Society

Newsletters Abridged Chronological Index

Notes: The volume numbering system changed over the years with newsletter name changes. To wit: 1984 first issue was labeled Number 1, subsequent issues 1985 – 1997 volumes were listed in Roman numerals II – XX. Within that period, however, volume numbering was not always consistent.   Beginning in 1998 with the latest name change, volumes were re-started as Arabic numerals 1 – through the present no. 25 in 2020 and will continue thereafter as this index continues to be updated. Notice that each article’s page number(s) is at the end of each citation either in brackets or open. This index is abridged to exclude general administrative notes like application forms and membership notes.

Newsletter Names

1984 -1988            Gastineau Channel Historical Society Newsletter

1989 – 1994            Gastineau Channel Historical Society/Juneau-Douglas City Museum Joint Newsletter

1995 – 1997            Gastineau Heritage News: a Joint Newsletter of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society and the Juneau-Douglas City Museum

1998 –                        Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society

CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX

Gastineau Channel Historical Society Number 1; First Issue; March 15, 1984; Newsletter

  • Preserving Sites and Structures 1984 1: 1
  • Historical Society Meeting 1984 1: 1
  • House of Wickersham 1984 1: [2]
  • Funding our Historical Society 1984 1: [2]
  • Historical Society History 1984 1: [2]
  • A Rich Heritage 1984 1: [3]
  • Historic Parks 1984 1: [3]
  • Writers for the Newsletter are: (Marilyn Leahy, Jim King and Kris Haight) 1984 1: [4]
  • Additional Credits 1984 1: [4]

Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume II; October 1985

  • President’s Message by Willette Janes 1985 2(October): [1]
  • B. J. Museum by M. P. Wyatt, Curator 1985 2(October): [1]
  • Juneau Pioneers by R. N. DeArmond 1985 2(October): [2]
  • Walter Harper First Man on Top of Denali by Jim King 1985 2(October): [3]
  • Olav Lillegraven (1909-1985) by Kathy Ruddy 1985 2(October): [4]

Gastineau Channel Historical Society Newsletter Volume II; Winter 1985

  • Beautification Award (Valentine Building) 1985 2 (Winter): [1]
  • President’s Message by Willette Janes 1985 2 (Winter): [1]
  • Valentine Building by Kris Haight 1985 2 (Winter): [2]
  • Baranof Book Shop 1985 2 (Winter): [2]
  • Bell Simpson: 100 years by Mary Lou Spartz 1985 2 (Winter): [3]
  • Hearthside Books 1985 2 (Winter): [3]
  • Historic Trails by Paul Emerson 1985 2 (Winter): [4]
  • The Historic Princeton Hall 1985 2 (Winter): [4]
  • Treadwell Mine Historical Park: Preliminary List of Tasks by Jim King 1985 2 (Winter): [5]
  • City Museum Curator: Mary Pat Wyatt 1985 2 (Winter): [5]
  • Gastineau Bygones by Robert DeArmond 1985 2 (Winter): [6]

Gastineau Channel Historical Society Newsletter Volume III No. 1 Winter 1986

  • President’s Message by Willette Janes 1986 3(1): [1]
  • Juneau Douglas Museum in New Location by Constance Baltuck 1986 3(1): [1]
  • Letter to the Editor 1986 3(1): [1]
  • Juneau Pioneers: John F. Malony by R. N. DeArmond 1986 3(1): [2]
  • Juneau-Douglas and Gold by Willette Janes 1986 3(1): [3]
  • News of the Gold Camp by R. N. DeArmond 1986 3(1): [3-4]

Gastineau Channel Historical Society Newsletter Volume III no. 2 Summer 1986

  • President’s Message by Willette Janes 1986 3(2): [1]
  • Juneau/Douglas City Museum by M. P. Wyatt, Curator 1986 3(2): [1]
  • John W. Price by Charlotte Price Mahaffy 1986 3(2): [2]
  • Treadwell Historic Trail by Mary Lou King 1986 3(2): [3]
  • Driving the Sheep Creek Adit by R. S. Fredericksen 1986 3(2): [3]
  • Juneau Pioneers: George W. Garside by R. N. DeArmond 1986 3(2): [4]
  • Princeton Hall Charters 1986 3(2): [4]

Gastineau Channel Historical Society Newsletter Volume III December 1986

  • President’s Message by Willette Janes 1986 3(December): [1
  • Juneau-Douglas City Museum: Volunteers make it work by Mary Pat Wyatt 1986 3(December): [1]
  • Alaska Heritage Bookshop 1986 3(December): [2]
  • Home Again, Home Again 1986 3(December): [2]
  • Goo-na’-ka’-dāte to You Too! 1986 3(December): [2]
  • Juneau Pioneers: William M. Ebner by R. N. DeArmond 1986 3(December): [3]
  • Read This! New Year’s Resolution 1986 3(December): [3]
  • Pioneer’s Party 1986 3(December): [4]
  • Back in Time 1986 3(December): [4]
  • Hearthside Books 1986 3(December): [4]

Gastineau Channel Historical Society Newsletter Volume IV March 1987

  • President’s Message by Willette Janes 1987 4(March): [1]
  • Juneau-Douglas City Museum: Summer will soon be here by Mike McCormick 1987 4(March): [1]
  • Gastineau Bygones by Robert DeArmond 1987 4(March): [2]
  • Back in Time 1987 4(March): [2]
  • Notes and Comments 1987 4(March): [2]
  • Juneau Pioneers: John Godlove Heid by R. N. DeArmond 1987 4(March): [3]
  • Hearthside Books 1987 4(March): [4]

Gastineau Channel Historical Society Newsletter Volume IV June 1987

  • President’s Message by Willette Janes 1987 4(June): [1]
  • Juneau-Douglas City Museum: Budget Down, Visitors Up 1987 4(June): [1]
  • Gastineau Bygones compiled by Robert DeArmond 1987 4(June): [2]
  • Ready Bullion Miner Entombed collected by Earl Redman 1987 4(June): [2]
  • Juneau Pioneers: Henry Borein by R. N. DeArmond 1987 4(June): [3]
  • New Interpretive Center 1987 4(June): [3]
  • “Soapy” Relative in Town 1987 4(June): [3]
  • Historic Princeton Hall 1987 4(June): [3]
  • Hearthside Books 1987 4(June): [4]

Gastineau Channel Historical Society Newsletter Volume IV October 1987

  • President’s Message by Willette Janes 1987 4(October): [1]
  • Juneau-Douglas City Museum: City Museum Moves 1987 4(October): [1]
  • A Silver Excitement: the discovery of rich silver bearing rock sixty miles south of Juneau causes a stampede by Earl Redman 1987 4(October): [2]
  • Juneau Pioneers: Father John Althoff by R. N. DeArmond 1987 4(October): [3]
  • Last Chance Mining Interpretive Center by Willette Janes 1987 4(October): [4]
  • Hearthside Books 1987 4(October): [4]

Gastineau Channel Historical Society Newsletter Volume V February 1988

  • President’s Message by Willette Janes 1988 5(February): [1]
  • Juneau-Douglas City Museum by Mary Pat Wyatt 1988 5(February): [1-2]
  • National Historic Preservation Week 1988 5(February): [2]
  • George Frank Forest by R. N. DeArmond 1988 5(February): [2]
  • Two Bad Months at the Treadwell by Earl Redman 1988 5(February): [3]
  • The Mayflower School 1988 5(February): [3]
  • Hearthside Books 1988 5(February): [4]
  • “Libby” [Libby Beaman] 1988 5(February): [4]

Gastineau Channel Historical Society Newsletter Volume VI October 1988

  • President’s Message by June Hall 1988 6(October): [1]
  • Evergreen Talk 1988 6(October): [1-2]
  • Juneau-Douglas City Museum: From the Collections by Mary Pat Wyatt 1988 6(October): [2]
  • Dates from the Past 1988 6(October): [4]
  • Meeting Notes 1988 6(October): [5
  • Juneau’s First Commissioner by R. N. DeArmond 1988 6(October): [6]

Gastineau Channel Historical Society/Juneau-Douglas City Museum Joint Newsletter Volume VII January 1989

  • President’s Message by June Hall 1989 7(January): [1]
  • Museum Building Renovation and Move Update 1989 7(January): [1]
  • Meeting Memoranda 1989 7(January): [2]
  • Juneau’s First Lawyer: Daniel A. Murphy by R. N. DeArmond 1989 7(January): [2]
  • Make History at the Juneau Douglas City Museum by June E. Hall 1989 7(January): [3-4]
  • From the Collections by Mary Pat Wyatt 1989 7(January): [5]
  • Discovery Room Planned by Judy Eaton 1989 7(January): [5]
  • Juneau Town site Historic Building Survey by Gabrielle LaPoche 1989 7(January): [5]
  • Hearthside Books 1989 7(January): [5]

Gastineau Channel Historical Society/Juneau-Douglas City Museum Joint Newsletter Volume VIII April 1989

  • President’s Message by June Hall 1989 8(April): [1]
  • Where Are We Now? By Mary Pat Wyatt 1989 8(April): [1]
  • Meeting Memoranda 1989 8(April): [2]
  • Thomas A. Willson by Bob DeArmond 1989 8(April): [2]
  • From the Collection by Mary Pat Wyatt 1989 8(April): [3
  • A Letter of Thanks! 1989 8(April): [3]

Gastineau Channel Historical Society/Juneau-Douglas City Museum Joint Newsletter Volume IX September 1989

  • President’s Message by June Hall 1989 9(September): [1]
  • Museum Curator’s Report 1989 9(September): [1]
  • Meeting Memoranda 1989 9(September): [2]
  • From the Collections 1989 9(September): [2]
  • Early Juneau Dairies by Dee Williams 1989 9(September): [3]
  • Douglas Town site Historic Building Survey by Willette Janes 1989 9(September): [3
  • Gastineau Channel Historical Society Mining Interpretive Center Committee Report by Gary Gillette 1989 9(September): [4]
  • Hike Review by Paul Emerson 1989 9 (September): [6]

Gastineau Channel Historical Society/Juneau-Douglas City Museum Joint Newsletter Volume X January 1990

  • President’s Message by June Hall 1990 10(January): [1]
  • Curator’s Report by Mary Pat Wyatt 1990 10(January): [1]
  • Volunteer Project 1990 10(January): [1]
  • Meeting Memorandum by Dee Williams 1990 10(January): [2]
  • Our Local History Quilt by Rachel Beck 1990 10(January): [3]
  • Alaska Heritage Bookshop 1990 10(January): [3]
  • Donations to the Collection, July 12 Through December 15, 1989 1990 10(January): [3]
  • Frank X. Bach by Bob DeArmond 1990 10(January): [4]
  • News and Notes 1990 10(January): [4]
  • Message from Jan Muir 1990 10(January): [5]
  • National Register of Historic Places Brochure 1990 10(January): [5]

Gastineau Channel Historical Society/Juneau-Douglas City Museum Joint Newsletter Volume XI April 1990

  • President’s Message by June Hall 1990 11(April): [1]
  • Curator’s Report by Mary Pat Wyatt 1990 11(April): [1]
  • Meeting Memoranda 1990 11(April): 2
  • Hearthside Books 1990 11(April): 2
  • “Keeping America’s Heritage Alive” 1990 11(April): 3
  • History Mysteries of the Juneau Area 1990 11(April): 3
  • The Discovery Room Revisited 1990 11(April): 3
  • Father Edward Howard Brown, S. J. by R. N. DeArmond 1990 11(April): 4
  • Donations to the Museum Collection 1990 11(April): 4
  • Our Local Quilt History by Rachael Beck 1990 11(April): 5
  • News and Notes 1990 11(April): 5

Gastineau Channel Historical Society/Juneau-Douglas City Museum Joint Newsletter Volume XI September 1990

  • President’s Message by June Hall 1990 11(September): [1]
  • Curator’s Report by Mary Pat Wyatt 1990 11(September): [1]
  • Meeting Memoranda 1990 11(September): 2
  • Quilt Report 1990 11(September): 2
  • Summer Historical Hikes by Paul Emerson 1990 11(September): 3
  • John Blaisdell Marshall by R. N. DeArmond 1990 11(September): 3
  • Donations to the Museum Collection 1990 11(September): 5
  • News and Notes 1990 11(September): 5

Gastineau Channel Historical Society/Juneau-Douglas City Museum Joint Newsletter Volume XII January 1991

  • President’s Message by June Hall 1991 12(January): [1]
  • Quilting: Past & Future by June Hall 1991 12(January): [1]
  • Historical Photographs Donated by June Hall 1991 12(January): [1]
  • Curator’s Report by Mary Pat Wyatt 1991 12(January): [1]
  • Meeting Memoranda 1991 12(January): 2
  • Juneau & Douglas Schools by Dee Williams 1991 12(January): 2-3
  • Donations to Museum Collection: September through December 1990 1991 12(January): 3

Gastineau Channel Historical Society/Juneau-Douglas City Museum Joint Newsletter Volume XIII April 1991

  • President’s Message by June Hall 1991 13(April): [1]
  • Curator’s Report by Mary Pat Wyatt 1991 13(April): [1]
  • Meeting Memoranda 1991 13(April): 2
  • Quilting Again! 1991 13(April): 2
  • Museum Volunteer and Education Corner by Jan Muir 1991 13(April): 3
  • Recent Acquisitions January 1 – March 31, 1991 1991 13(April): 3
  • News and Notes 1991 13(April): 3

Gastineau Channel Historical Society/Juneau-Douglas City Museum Joint Newsletter Volume VI September 1991

  • President’s Message by June Hall 1991 6(September): [1]
  • Curator’s Report by Mary Pat Wyatt 1991 6(September): [1]
  • Meeting Memoranda by Susan Kilka 1991 6(September): 2
  • Panel Recalls W. W. II in Juneau by Susan Kilka 1991 6(September): 3
  • Thank you, Thanks Allot 1991 6(September): 3
  • Wildflower Quilt Complete! 1991 6(September): 3
  • 1882 Treadwell Stamp Mill 1991 6(September): 4
  • The Museum Received Some Great Gifts April – August, 1991 1991 6(September): 5
  • History Mystery Program 1991 6(September): 5
  • News and Notes 1991 6(September): 5
  • Dear Society Members/Museum Volunteers letter from Kathryn Cohen, President; July 1, 1992

Gastineau Channel Historical Society/Juneau-Douglas City Museum Joint Newsletter Volume XV February 1992

  • President’s Message by Kathryn Cohen 1992 15(February): 1
  • Curator’s Message by Mary Pat Wyatt 1992 15(February): 1
  • Meeting Memoranda by Debbie Manion 1992 15(February): [2]
  • SE Alaska Quilt Survey by June Hall 1992 15(February): [3]
  • Recent Acquisitions: September, 1991 – January 1992 1992 15(February): [4]
  • Museum Volunteer Corner by Kathy Early 1992 15(February): [4]
  • 1991 CBJ Historic Preservation Activities by Gary Gillette 1992 15(February): [5]
  • News and Notes 1992 15(February): [5]

Gastineau Channel Historical Society/Juneau-Douglas City Museum Joint Newsletter Volume XVI September 1992

  • President’s Message by Kathryn Cohen 1992 16(September): 1
  • Curator’s Report by Mary Pat Wyatt 1992 16(September): 1
  • April Meeting and Workshop by June Hall 1992 16(September): 2
  • Meeting Memoranda: Programs by Debbie Manion 1992 16(September): 2
  • Museum Volunteer Corner 1992 16(September): 3
  • History Mystery Program 1992 16(September): 3
  • Recent Acquisitions February – August, 1992 1992 16(September): 3
  • History Grant Program Established 1992 16(September): 4
  • News and Notes 1992 16(September): 4
  • Quilt Survey Results by June Hall 1992 16(September): 4
  • Last Chance Basin Historic District by Gary Gillette 1992 16(September): 5
  • Art Ducko Opens 1992 16(September): 5

Gastineau Channel Historical Society/Juneau-Douglas City Museum Joint Newsletter Volume XVIII February 1993

  • President’s Message by Kathryn Cohen 1993 17(February): 1
  • Curator’s Report by Mary Pat Wyatt 1993 17(February): 1
  • Recent Acquisitions October-December, 1992 1993 17(February): 1
  • Meeting New and Notes 1993 17(February): 2
  • Program News by Rachel Beck 1993 17(February): 2
  • Museum Volunteer Corner by Kathy Price 1993 17(February): 3
  • Performances Inaugurate Grant Program 1993 17(February): 3
  • Moms, Merchants and Miners Spring Exhibit 1993 17(February): 3
  • Museum Advisory Committee 1993 17(February): 3
  • Historic Preservation Leadership Training by Gary Gillette 1993 17(February): 4
  • A-J Mine Review 1993 17(February): 4
  • Summer Exhibit 1993 17(February): 4
  • Pacific Science Center to Visit 1993 17(February): 4
  • Historic Surveys by Willette Janes 1993 17(February): 5

Gastineau Channel Historical Society/Juneau-Douglas City Museum Joint Newsletter Volume XVIII June 1993

  • President’s Message by Kathryn Cohen 1993 18(June): [1]
  • Frances Brooks Davis 1993 18(June): [1]
  • Curator’s Report by Mary Pat Wyatt 1993 18(June): [1]
  • Gastineau Channel Historical Society Program News by Rachel Beck 1993 18(June): [1]
  • Studying the Sea 1993 18(June): 2
  • Recent Acquisitions April – May 1993 1993 18(June): 2
  • Exhibit News 1993 18(June): 2
  • Volunteer Corner 1993 18(June): 2
  • Summer Exhibit 1993 18(June): 3
  • Grant Program Results 1993 18(June): 2

Gastineau Channel Historical Society/Juneau-Douglas City Museum Joint Newsletter Volume XIX October 1993

  • President’s Message by Kathryn Cohen 1993 19(October): [1]
  • Curator’s Report by Mary Pat Wyatt 1993 19(October): [1]
  • Miscellaneous Notes 1993 19(October): [1]
  • Alaska Quilt Survey Expands by June Hall 1993 19(October): [2]
  • Program Report for 1993 by Marie Darlin 1993 19(October): [2]
  • Special Thanks: 1993 19(October): [3]
  • Of Cookies, Snowflakes and Paper Chains 1993 19(October): [3]
  • Recent Acquisitions: June – September, 1993 1993 19(October): [3]

Gastineau Channel Historical Society/Juneau-Douglas City Museum Joint Newsletter Volume VI January 1994

  • President’s Message by Jim Ruotsala 1994 6(January): [1]
  • Curator’s Report by Mary Pat Wyatt 1994 6(January): [1]
  • Mining Buildings in Last Chance Basin Listed on National Register of Historic Places by Gary Gillette 1994 6(January): [2]
  • Historic Resources Advisory Committee 1994 6(January): [3]
  • Recent Acquisitions 1994 6(January): [3]
  • Time Capsule Committee 1994 6(January): [3]
  • Period Clothing 1994 6(January): [4]
  • Comments from Our Young Visitors 1994 6(January): [4]
  • Assembly Will Vote Soon on Casey-Shattuck Survey 1994 6(January): [5]
  • GCHS News Notes 1994 6(January): [5]

Gastineau Channel Historical Society/Juneau-Douglas City Museum Joint Newsletter Volume VI Number 2 May 1994

  • President’s Message by Jim Ruotsala 1994 6(2): [1]
  • Curator’s Report by Mary Pat Wyatt 1994 6(2): [1]
  • Recent Acquisitions 1994 6(2): [2]
  • Collections Update 1994 6(2): [2]
  • Sea Week 1994 6(2): [2]
  • Money Talks – Grants and Outside Funding 1994 6(2): [2]
  • Women’s History 1994 6(2): [3]
  • New Notes 1994 6(2): [4]

Gastineau Channel Historical Society/Juneau-Douglas City Museum Joint Newsletter Volume III Number 3 September 1994

  • President’s Message by Jim Ruotsala 1994 3(3): 1
  • Curator’s Report by Mary Pat Wyatt 1994 3(3): 1
  • Museum News 1994 3(3): 1
  • Recent Acquisitions May-August 1994 1994 3(3): 2
  • Time Capsule by Marie Darlin 1994 3(3): 2

Gastineau Heritage News: a Joint Newsletter of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society and the Juneau-Douglas City Museum Volume VII, Number 1 February, 1995

  • Big News! 1995 7(1): [1]
  • Historic Walk 1995 7(1): [1]
  • Curator’s Report by Mary Pat Wyatt 1995 7(1): [2]
  • Juneau History Grants 1995 7(1): [2]
  • Recent Acquisitions 1995 7(1): [3]
  • New History Books 1995 7(1): [3]
  • John Treadwell Named to Mining Hall of Fame by Willette Janes 1995 7(1): [4]
  • Looking Back Along the Road 1995 7(1): [5]
  • President’s Message by Gary Gillette 1995 7(1): [6]
  • Last Chance Basin Update by Gary Gillette 1995 7(1): [6]
  • Meeting Memoranda 1995 7(1): [7]
  • Passing of Pioneer Spirits 1995 7(1): [7]

Gastineau Heritage News: Alaska Joint Newsletter of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society and the Juneau-Douglas City Museum Volume XVIII, number 1 May, 1995

  • Author! Author! By Marie Darlin 1995 18(1): [1]
  • Past Mayors of Juneau and Douglas 1995 18(1): [1]
  • Curator’s Report by Mary Pat Wyatt 1995 18(1): [2]
  • Recent Acquisitions January – March 1995 1995 18(1): [2]
  • President’s Message by Gary Gillette 1995 18(1): [3]

Gastineau Heritage News Joint Newsletter of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society and the Juneau-Douglas City Museum Volume VII, number 2 September, 1995

  • Museum Volunteers Will Cruise Into Fall 1995 7(2): [1]
  • Curator’s Report by Mary Pat Wyatt 1995 7(2): [2]
  • Recent Acquisitions 1995 7(2): [2]
  • Museum News: Happy Fall! 1995 7(2): [3]
  • Where Else But in Juneau? 1995 7(2): [3]
  • Calhoun Avenue Festivities 1995 7(2): [3]
  • History Mystery 1995 7(2): [3]
  • President’s Message by Gary Gillette 1995 7(2): [4]
  • Passing of Pioneer Spirits 1995 7(2): [4]
  • Hiking Back in Time with Paul Emerson 1995 7(2): [5]
  • Meeting Memoranda: Panel Features Past Mayors 1995 7(2): [5]

Gastineau Heritage News: Joint Newsletter of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society and the Juneau-Douglas City Museum Volume XIX, Number 1 January, 1996

  • What’s Happening: History of Territorial Alaska; Researching your Family Tree; Good Time Girls of the Gold Rush 1996 19(1): [1]
  • Three Juneau Residents Win Juneau History Grants (Barb Mecum, Richard A. Wood and Lorrie Wright) 1996 19(1): [1]
  • Curator’s message by Mary Pat Wyatt 1996 19(1): [2]
  • Celebrate 20 years! 1996 19(1): [2]
  • Recent Acquisitions by Mary Pat Wyatt 1996 19(1): [3]
  • First Saturday Fun 1996 19(1): [3]
  • “Crystal Snow Jenne” is Coming Back! 1996 19(1): [3]
  • Remembering Granpa Van (H. R. Van der Leest) by Nora Ann Toner 1996 19(1): [4]
  • Report of AHS/MA Joint Conference by India Spartz 1996 19(1): [5]
  • President’s Message by Gary Gillette 1996 19(1): [6]
  • Passing of Pioneer Spirits 1996 19(1): [6]
  • Annual Meeting Highlights by June Hall 1996 19(1): [7]

Gastineau Heritage News: Joint Newsletter of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society and the Juneau-Douglas City Museum Volume XIX, Number 2 May, 1996

  • International Museum Day: Saturday, May 18 1996 1996 19(2): [1]
  • Curator’s Message by Mary Pat Wyatt, Museum Curator 1996 19(2): [2]
  • Recent Acquisitions January-April 1996 19(2): [3]
  • News and Notes 1996 19(2): [3]
  • President’s Message by Gary Gillette 1996 19(2): [4]
  • Passing of Pioneer Spirits 1996 19(2): [4]
  • SE Alaska Quilt Survey 1996 19(2): [4]
  • Meeting Memoranda 1996 19(2): [5]
  • Thank You! 1996 19(2): [5]

Gastineau Heritage News: Joint Newsletter of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society and the Juneau-Douglas City Museum Volume XIX, Number 3 September, 1996

  • Anchorage Will Host State-Wide Meetings 1996 19(3): [1]
  • SE Alaska Quilt Survey 1996 19(3): [1]
  • Curator’s Report by Mary Pat Wyatt 1996 19(3): [2]
  • Recent Acquisitions June – July, 1996 1996 19(3): [2]
  • President’s Message by Gary Gillette 1996 19(3): [3]
  • The Basin Report by Renee Hughes 1996 19(3): [3]

Gastineau Heritage News: Joint Newsletter of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society and the Juneau-Douglas City Museum Volume XX, Number 1 February, 1997

  • “Amy Lou’s Alaska” (Amy Lou Barney) 1997 20(1): [1]
  • Marie Darlin, Volunteer of the Year [photo] with First Lady, Susan Knowles 1997 20(1): [1]
  • Curator’s Report by Mary Pat Wyatt 1997 20(1): 2
  • Recent Acquisitions 1997 20(1): 2
  • City Museum Offers Class, Exhibit on Hand-Tinting Photos 1997 20(1): 3
  • What is it? 1997 20(1): 3
  • Geneology Programs Will Air on PBS 1997 20(1): 3
  • News and Notes 1997 20(1): 3
  • President’s Message by Gary Gillette 1997 20(1): 4
  • The Basin Report by Renee Hughes 1997 20(1): 4
  • Eide (Gil Eide) Donates 3,000 Photographs by Nora Ann Toner 1997 20(1): 5
  • Gold Rush Certificates Available by Nora Ann Toner 1997 20(1): 5
  • From the Historic Press by June Hall 1997 20(1): 5
  • SE Alaska Quilt Survey by June Hall 1997 20(1): 5

Gastineau Heritage News Joint Newsletter of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society and the Juneau-Douglas City Museum Volume XX, Number 2, May, 1997

  • June Hall Wins Recognition for Historical Society Work 1997 20(2): [1]
  • David Stone Will Show Slides of Great Mines of Yesterday 1997 20(2): [1]
  • News From the Historical Society Press 1997 20(2): [1]
  • Curator’s Message by Mary Pat Wyatt 1997 20(2): [2]
  • Collection News 1997 20(2): [2]
  • Coast Guard Helps with Sea Week 1997 20(2): [2]
  • Recent Acquisitions 1997 20(2): [3]
  • Workshop Will Highlight Native Culture, Gold Rush Days 1997 20(2): [3]
  • Museum Expert From Sitka Will Visit, Advise City Museum 1997 20(2): [3]
  • President’s Message by Gary Gillette 1997 20(2): [4]
  • Gold Rush Certificates 1997 20(2): [4]
  • Hootchnoo & Hotcakes 1997 20(2): [4]
  • Preservation News by Gary Gillette 1997 20(2): [4]
  • Coming Event: “Portal to Portal” 1997 20(2): [4]
  • SE Alaska Quilt Survey by June Hall 1997 20(2): [5]
  • The Basin Report by Renee Hughes 1997 20(2): [5]

Gastineau Heritage News: Joint Newsletter of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society and the Juneau-Douglas City Museum Volume XX, Number 3 September, 1997

  • Juneau’s Historic Preservation Plan 1997 20(3): [1]
  • Gold Rush Pioneers 1997 20(3): [1]
  • Curator’s Message by Mary Pat Wyatt 1997 20(3): [2]
  • New Books 1997 20(3): [3]
  • Annual Report 1997 20(3): [3]
  • The City Museum is Producing an All-New Juneau History Video 1997 20(3): [4]
  • President’s Message by Gary Gillette 1997 20(3): [5]
  • SE Alaska Quilt Survey by June Hall 1997 20(3): [5]
  • City Art Survey 1997 20(3): [6]
  • Recent Acquisitions 1997 20(3): [6]
  • Help Identify Historic Photos 1997 20(3): [6]
  • At the Mining Museum by Renee Hughes 1997 20(3): [7]
  • Old Bottles: A Success 1997 20(3): [7]
  • JUALPA Preservation 1997 20(3): [8]
  • GCHS Gets Lighthouse 1997 20(3): [8]
  • Thank you Kvaerner Environmental! 1997 20(3): [8]
  • From Our Historic Press by June Hall 1997 20(3): [9]
  • City Historic Committee by Gary Gillette 1997 20(3): [9]

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 1, No. 1 February 1998

  • The Valentines by Willette Janes 1998 1(1): 1, 5
  • President’s Message by Gary Gillette 1998 1(1): 1
  • About Our Newsletter 1998 1(1): 2
  • The Basin Report by Renee Hughes 1998 1(1): 2
  • Jualpa General Store 1998 1(1): 2
  • History Day in Alaska by Alma Harris 1998 1(1): 3
  • Alaska Quilt Survey by June Hall 1998 1(1): 4
  • Sentinel Island Lighthouse 1998 1(1): 4
  • Juneau Gold Rush Pioneers 1998 1(1): 4

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 1, No. 2 May 1998

  • The History of Mayflower Island by Willette Janes 1998 1(2): 1, 7
  • President’s Message by Gary Gillette 1998 1(2): 2
  • Women’s History Month Program Spotlights Activist Mary Joyce Story and Photos by Marie Darlin 1998 1(2): 3
  • On the Trail of More Alaska Quilts Story and Photos by June Hall 1998 1(2): 4
  • Historical Society Makes Donation to “Growing Up Along the Gastineau” 1998 1(2): 4
  • Portal Tours IV & V 1998 1(2): 4
  • Basin Report by Renee Hughes 1998 1(2): 5
  • Sentinel Island Lighthouse by Gary Gillette 1998 1(2): 5
  • Board Expresses Thanks to Virginia Post by Virginia Breeze 1998 1(2): 6

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 1, No. 3 September 1998

  • The Karlsruhe Visit by Mike Blackwell 1998 1(3): 1, 5
  • President’s Message by Gary Gillette 1998 1(3): 2
  • Comment From the Editor by Virginia Breeze 1998 1(3): 3
  • Lighthouses: Past, Present, Future by Alma Harris 1998 1(3): 3
  • Mining Museum Notes and Photo Scrapbook 1998 1(3): 4
  • The Karlsruhe Visit as Reported in the Daily Alaska Empire (5/18-31/1932) 1998 1(3): 6
  • Wardroom Music translated from German by Bill DeArmond 1(3): 8
  • Local Residents recall Karlsruhe visit (Mamie Jensen and George Danner) 1(3): 10
  • Alaska Quilt Survey by June Hall 1998 1(3): 11
  • From Our Historic Press: Old Gold, I Remember Treadwell by June Hall 1998 1(3): 11

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 2 No. 1 February 1999

  • Spirit of Douglas 1999 2(1): 1
  • Fourth of July – Douglas Style by Willette Janes 1999 2(1): 1
  • Douglas City by Willette Janes 1999 2(1): 1, 5-7
  • President’s Message by Gary Gillette 1999 2(1): 2
  • Comment from the Editor by Virginia Breeze 1999 2(1): 2
  • We Are Our Past by Alma Harris 1999 2(1): 3
  • Juneau Arts & Humanities Council Announces “Memoir Project” 1999 2(1): 3
  • Alaska Historical Society Honors Betty West Miller by Marie Darlin 1999 2(1): 4
  • From Our Historic Press by June Hall 1999 2(1): 4
  • Business and Fun Mix in GCHS 1998 Annual Meeting by Alma Harris 1999 2(1): 4
  • In Her Own Words, Roberta Fraser Johnson Remembers Growing up in Douglas 1999 2(1): 8
  • Alaska Quilt Survey Update by June Hall 1999 2(1): 9
  • Pioneers’ “Storytelling” Book Published by Pioneers Igloo and Auxiliary No.6 by Marie Darlin 1999 2(1): 9
  • The Jewels of Downtown: GCHS Historic Home Open House (Chicken Ridge: Wicklander/Heyder, Freeburger/ Adams, Thane/Holbrook, A.J. Mine/Metzgar, Amundson/Koby, Garside, Kaher houses) 1/2/99 by Renee Hughes 1999 2(1): 10
  • Chicken Ridge Historic District 1999 2(1): 11

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 2 No. 2 May 1999

  • Take Me Back to the Ballgame! 1999 2(2): 1
  • A History of Baseball in Gastineau Channel by Mac Metcalfe 1999 2(2): 1, 4-7
  • President’s Message by Gary Gillette 1999 2(2): 2
  • Comment From the Editor by Virginia Breeze 1999 2(2): 2
  • The Shipwreck Islander by Alma Harris 1999 2(2): 3
  • Alaska Quilt Survey by June Hall 1999 2(2): 3
  • May Day on Sentinel Island by Alma Harris 1999 2(2): 3, 11
  • In Her Own Words, Roberta Fraser Johnson Remembers Growing up in Douglas 1999 2(2): 8-9
  • The Basin Report by Renee Hughes 1999 2(2): 11

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 2 No. 3 September 1999

  • Juneau’s First Suburb: the Casey Shattuck Addition by Mark Kirchhoff and Mike Blackwell 1999 2(3): 1, 4-13
  • President’s Message by Gary Gillette 1999 2(3): 2
  • Comment from the Editor by Virginia Breeze 1999 2(3): 2
  • The Basin Report by Renee Hughes 1999 2(3): 3
  • A Gallery of Jimmy Larsen Homes, Larsen Family photos 1999 2(3): 9
  • The Geologic Story by Mike Blackwell 1999 2(3): 13
  • Juneau Remembers World War II 1999 2(3): 14
  • Sentinel Island Lighthouse by Gary Gillette 1999 2(3): 14
  • Alaska Quilt Survey by June Hall 1999 2(3): 15

Gastineau Heritage News: A Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 3 No. 1 February 2000

  • Front Street – Then and Now: An Historical-Geographical Ramble by Mike Blackwell (1930, 1950, 1970) 2000 3(1): 1, 4-11
  • President’s Message by Gary Gillette 2000 3(1): 2
  • Comment From Editor by Virginia Breeze 2000 3(1): 2
  • Historic Preservation News at CBJ by Gary Gillette 2000 3(1): 3
  • The Last Annual Meeting of the 1900s by Alma Harris 2000 3(1): 3
  • Jewels of Downtown: Second GCHS Historic Home Open House (Chicken Ridge: Wickersham, Karnes/Rude, Cole, George/Davis, and Garside houses) 11/6/99 2000 by Renee Hughes 2000 3(1): 12
  • Pioneers to Publish Second History Book by Marie Darlin 2000 3(1): 13
  • Passing of Pioneers 2000 3(1): 13
  • Stewart Speaks on Constitutional Convention 2000 3(1): 13
  • Sentinel Island Lighthouse by Gary Gillette 2000 3(1): 14
  • Alaska Quilt Survey: One Piece at a Time by June Hall 2000 3(1): 14
  • Quilter Maude Steele 2000 3(1): 15

Gastineau Heritage News: A Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 3 No. 2 June 2000

  • Thane, Part I – The Alaska Gastineau Mill Complex by Marjorie Menzi and Chapin Heumann 2000 3(2): 1
  • President’s Message by Gary Gillette 2000 3(2): 2
  • Comment from the Editor by Virginia Breeze 2000 3(2): 2
  • Willette Janes honored 2000 3(2): 2
  • Corporate Wheeling and Dealing 2000 3(2): 3
  • Sheep Creek Area Becomes Thane 2000 3(20: 3
  • The Thane Town site 2000 3(2): 4, 6
  • Bartlett L. Thane 2000 3(2): 5
  • Alaska Gastineau – An Engineering Marvel 2000 3(2): 7
  • Thane Chronology 2000 3(2): [8-9]
  • Thane – Then and Now 2000 3(2): 10
  • Closing of the AG and the Thane Town Site 2000 3(2): 11
  • Basin and Sentinel Island reports 2000 3(2): 12
  • “Gone but Not Forgotten” Program honor local women. (Mildred Hermann, Mildred Banfield, Ruth Popejoy, Elizabeth Peratrovich, Bessie Visaya, Jovita Cabigas and “Mama” Diaz, Ruth Allman, Lyle Boehl, Ann Coleman, Carol Beery Davis, Marie Drake, Minnie Field, Mary Joyce, Dove Kull, Eunice Logan, Ethel Montgomery, Charlie Mae Moore, Amy Rude, Marjorie Tillotsen, Olive Trower) 2000 3(2): 13
  • Poetry Corner (Historical Sector) by Mike Blackwell 2000 3(2): 14
  • Beginning to Put the Pieces Together by June Hall (Alaska Quilt Survey) 2000 3(2): 15

Gastineau Heritage News: A Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 3 No. 3[2] October 2000

  • Thane, Part II – A New Thane by Marjorie Menzi and Chapin Heumann 2000 3(3): 1, 3-14
  • President’s message by Gary Gillette 2000 3(3): 2
  • Sentinel Island Lighthouse by Gary Gillette 2000 3(3): 15
  • A Lighthouse Cruise and Keeper’s Lunch on a Pretty Day by Renee Hughes 2000 3(3): 16
  • The Basin Report by Renee Hughes 2000 3(3): 17
  • Important Notice! Frances Brooks Davis 150th birthday 2000 3(3): 17
  • The Pieces Come Together by June Hall (Alaska Quilt Survey) 2000 3(3): 18
  • The Duck Neck Quilt 2000 3(3): 18
  • Lillie Darlin’s Orange Peel Quilt 2000 3(3): 18
  • Carol Beery Davis’ Sailboat Quilt 2000 3(3): 19

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 4 No. 1 February 2001

  • Coming Back to Juneau by Minalou Schultz Byler (Daughter of Juneau Spruce Corporation manager) 1948-1949 memories & photos 2001 4(1): 1, 3-7
  • Coming Back to Juneau: Comment from the Editor, by Virginia Breeze 2001 4(1): 2
  • Picketing and a Local Jury Trial Lead to a Decision by the U.S. Supreme Court by Mark Regan 2001 4(1): 8
  • Victory and Tragedy for Juneau Spruce 2001 4(1): 8
  • President’s Message: Memories of Larry Trambitas and photos by Gary Gillette 2001 4(1): 10
  • Basin and Sentinel Island Lighthouse reports 2001 4(1): 12, 13
  • Jewels of Downtown III: (3rd historic home tour: Olds, Green, Meara/Henry, Helps/Taylor homes and MacKinnon Apartments; 1/13/01) 2001 4(1): 12
  • Routsala Honored as Aviation Historian 2001 4(1): 12
  • The Alaska Quilt Survey – Excerpts from a Journal by June Hall 2001 4(1): 14

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 4 No. 2 May 2001

  • Post Office by Ralph Swap 2001 4(2): 1, 6-
  • President’s Message by Gary Gillette 2001 4(2): 2
  • Editor’s Comment by Virginia Breeze 2001 4(2): 2
  • Exhibition Opens May 13: Quilts of Alaska: a Textile Album of the Last Frontier by Virginia Breeze 2001 4(2): 3-5
  • Postmarks of the Greater Juneau Area 2001 4(2): 10-11
  • A Postscript About Postmasters 2001 4(2): 15
  • Some Noteworthy Covers 2001 4(2): 16
  • Society’s April Program Previews Pioneers’ Families Book by Marie Darlin 2001 4(2): 17
  • Outstanding Local Women of 20th Century Recognized at March Program: “Gone But Not Forgotten”: Verna Carrigan, Nina Chapman, Connie Boochever, Thelma Engstrom, Carol Eastaugh, Dorothy Pegues, Genevieve Soboleff, Mabel Burford, Nona Rogers, Agnes Kiefer, Mary Lee Council 2001 4(2): 17
  • Virginia Breeze Honored 2001 4(2): 17
  • Basin and Sentinel Island Lighthouse reports 2001 4(2): 18, 19

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 4 No. 3 September 2001

  • Licensed to Drive: A History of Alaska License Plates by Terry Brenner 2001 4(3): 1, 6-
  • President’s Message by Gary Gillette 2001 4(3): 2
  • “Quilts of Alaska: A Textile Album of the Last Frontier” by June Hall 2001 4(3): 2, 4
  • Alaska’s Award Winning Quilter Judy Hopkins Talks about Quilting and the Alaska Quilt Survey by Virginia Breeze 2001 4(3): 3
  • A Catalog of Alaska License Plates 2001 4(3): 12
  • First 1930 Model A Ford Comes to Juneau: Amy Lou Barney Recalls Big 1930 Event 2001 4(3): 13
  • New Ford is Exhibited in Juneau Today, Daily Alaska Empire February 3, 1930 2001 4(3): 13
  • Pioneers’ Families Book (Gastineau Channel Memories, Vol. 1) Receives Warm Welcome by Virginia Breeze 2001 4(3): 14
  • Basin and Sentinel Island Lighthouse reports 2001 4(3): 16, 17
  • Then and Now: the Rock Dump 2001 4(3): 18
  • Baranof Officially Opened Tonight: The Daily Alaska Empire 3/10/1939 2001 4(3): 19

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 5 No. 1 February 2002

  • Soap Box Derby! By Mac Metcalfe with research assistance from Mike Grummett and Mike Blackwell 2002 5(1): 1. 3-7
  • President’s Message: History of Gastineau Channel Historical Society by Gary Gillette 2002 5(1): 2
  • Editor’s Comment by Virginia Breeze 2002 5(1): 2
  • LeRoy West, Jr.: Alaskan in Akron by LeRoy West, Jr. 2002 5(1): 8-9
  • Marie Darlin Remembers “All in the Family” (Soapbox Derby) by Virginia Breeze 2002 5(1): 10
  • Soap Box Scrapbook: Rosters, Photos, etc. 2002 5(1): 12-13, 15-18
  • Project Report: Sentinel Island Lighthouse (Brochure) 2002 5(2); Insert
  • Juneau’s Rotary Totem in Akron 2002 5(1): 19
  • Basin and Sentinel Island Lighthouse reports 2002 5(1): 20
  • Alaska Quilt Survey Project Report 2002 5(1): 21
  • GCHS Annual Meeting Spotlights Volunteers by Alma Harris 2002 5(1): 22

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 5 No. 2 June 2002

  • Norway Point, Part I by George Danner, Jr. and his Neighbors 2002 5(2): 1
  • President’s Message: Memories of Jack Trambitas by Gary Gillette 2002 5(2): 2
  • George Danner on Norway Point by George Danner 2002 5(2): 3-5
  • Norway Point, Then and Now 2002 5(2): 6-11
  • Marie Darlin on Norway Point by Marie Darlin 2002 5(2): 12-13
  • USGS Maps of Norway Point 1905-1986 2002 5(2): 14
  • From our Readers: the Karlsruhe Story Revisited (Vol. 1, No.3; Sept 1998) 2002 5(2): 15
  • The Soap Box Derby Lives On, more photos (Vol. 5, No.1; Feb 2002) 2002 5(2): 16-17
  • Basin and Sentinel Island Lighthouse reports 2002 5(2): 18
  • An Appreciative Note About the Lighthouse Cruise by Tonya M. Cribb 2002 5(2): 19
  • From: Frommer’s Alaska Guide: The Last Chance Mining Museum 2002 5(2): 19

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 5 No. 3 October 2002

  • Norway Point, Part II, by Norway Pointers, Past and Present 2002 5(3): 1
  • President’s Message by Gary Gillette 2002 5(3): 2
  • Norway Point Memories by Dick Keithahn 2002 5(3): 3
  • Norway Point Memories by Marsha Erwin Bennett 2002 5(3): 4
  • Norway Point Memories by Dick Forrest 2002 5(3): 6
  • Norway Point Memories by Rudy Ripley 2002 5(3): 7
  • Norway Point Memories by Cliff Cole 2002 5(3): 9
  • Norway Point Memories by Graham Rountree 2002 5(3): 11
  • Norway Point Memories by Fred and Lenore Honsinger 2002 5(3): 14
  • Norway Point Memories by Finn and Willie Larsen 2002 5(3): 15
  • Norway Point Memories by Jim Cameron 2002 5(3): 16
  • Norway Point Scrapbook 2002 5(3): 12-13
  • Basin and Sentinel Island Lighthouse reports 2002 5(3): 20
  • Speakers Recall Those Who are “Gone But Not Forgotten” (Program: recognizing Katherine Nordale, Dora Sweeney, Eva “Tiny” Glass, Mamie Jensen, Josephine McPhetres, Inez Gregg, Jean Talkington, Ruth Brooks Anderson) 2002 5(3): 21
  • Looking Back in the Empire: Alaska Coastal, Pan American, Card Beverage Co. 2002 5(3): 22-23

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 6, No. 1 March 2003

  • The Davis Houses: Sixth & Seward and Neighborhood Points Beyond by Constance Davis 2003 6(1): 1, 7-15
  • President’s Message by Gary Gillette 2003 6(1): 2
  • Editor’s Comment by Virginia Breeze 2003 6(1): 2
  • This Old House: The Frances by Bridget Smith 2003 6(1): 3-6
  • Douglas Island News by Willette Janes (History of the Douglas Island News) 2003 6(1): 16
  • Basin and Sentinel Island Lighthouse reports 2003 6(1): 17
  • March Program (Honors Caroline Jensen) by June Hall 2003 6(1): 19

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 6, No. 2 May 2003

  • Ann’s Chronicle: 1886-1889, a portion of a chronicle kept by the Sisters of St. Ann from their arrival in 1886, published in The Juneau Independent. 2003 6(2): 1, 3-7
  • President’s Message by Gary Gillette 2003 6(2): 2
  • Editor’s Comment by Virginia Breeze 2003 6(2): 2
  • The Juneau Independent 2003 6(2): 7
  • Douglas Island News (Fires other than those of 1911, 1926, 1937) by Willette Janes 2003 6(2): 8
  • Basin and Sentinel Island Lighthouse reports 6(2): 10
  • Looking Back in the Empire: SS Baranof and McKinley 2003 6(2): 11

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 6, No. 3 October 2003

  • Solidarity, Secret Rites and Social Ties: The Role of Early Organizations in Creating Community by June Hall 2003 6(3): 1, 3-19
  • Gastineau Channel Memories Volume II 2003 6(3): 2
  • Editor’s comment by Virginia Breeze 2003 6(3): 2
  • A Painted Silk Mystery 2003 6(3): 16
  • Creating Social Ties 2003 6(3): 17-19
  • Something for Everyone 2003 6(3): 20
  • Second Edition of Quilts of Alaska to be published 2003 6(3): 21
  • Juneau High School Centennial Reunion 1904-2004 2003 6(3): 21
  • Douglas Island News, Douglas, Alaska (David Brown house and family, Treadwell) by Willette Janes 2003 6(3): 22-23
  • Last Chance Mining Museum and Sentinel Island Lighthouse reports 6(3): 24
  • Looking Back in the Empire: SS Denali of the Alaska Steamship Co. 2003 6(3): 25
  • Thanking Chapin Heumann 2003 6(3): 26
  • Historical Society Trip to Windham Bay by Willette Janes 2003 6(3): 27

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 7, No. 1 March 2004

  • Dairies on the Channel, Part I by Willette Janes 2004 7(1): 1
  • President’s Message by June Hall 2004 7(1): 2
  • Board Elects Officers 2004 7(1): 2
  • Editor’s Comment by Virginia Breeze 2004 7(1): 2
  • Gold Creek Dairy – About 1889 (later Calhoun Dairy), Dr. Frank S. Reynolds 2004 7(1): 3
  • Calhoun Dairy – About 1892, John and Mary Calhoun 2004 7(2): 3
  • Chicken Ridge Dairy – 1900, W. W. Casey and N. Wagner 2004 7(1): 3
  • The Douglas Dairies – From 1906, J. Price, J. Trudegeon, J. Dull and others 2004 7(1): 4
  • The Pederson Dairy – 1910, A. Pederson 2004 7(1): 5-6
  • Northstar Dairy – 1940 (former Pederson Dairy), C. Sherwood 2004 7(1): 8
  • The Juneau Dairy – 1911 (later Smith Dairy), L. Smith-Bannigan 1911 2004 7(1): 9
  • The Taku River Dairy – 1916 – B. Bullard 2004 7(1): 12
  • The Mendenhall Dairy – 1917 G. Danner 2004 7(1): 13
  • Gastineau Channel Dairy locations 2004 7(1): 14-15
  • The Daily Alaska Empire, Monday, May 7, 1934 2004 7(1): 19
  • Gastineau Channel Historical Society Annual Meeting 2003 by Alma Harris 2004 7(1): 20
  • The Wonderful 2003 History Conference at Haines by Jim King 2004 7(1): 21
  • Douglas Island News (Frank Pearce and Donald Murray families) by Willette Janes 2004 7(1): 22
  • Second edition of Quilts of Alaska arrives 2004 7(1): 24
  • Update: Juneau High School Centennial Reunion 1904-2004 2004 7(1): 24
  • Downtown Historic District Interpretive Signs 2004 7(1): 25
  • Mary Pat Wyatt Retires as Museum Curator 2004 7(1): 26
  • 2004 Board of Directors and Project Contacts 2004 7(1): 26
  • The Daily Alaska Empire: Kathleen Sinks: All Saved (9/7/1952) 2004 7(1): 27

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 7, No. 2 June 2004

  • Dairies on the Channel, Part II by Willette Janes with Marie Hanna Darlin 2004 7(2): 1
  • The Switzer Dairy – 1922 (Charlie Switzer) 2004 7(2): 1, 4
  • Alaska Souvenir Spoons and the Early Curio Trade: Excerpt from Chapter 1: “Sailing the Inside Passage,” by June Hall 2004 7(2): 2
  • GCHS presents: Alaska Souvenir Spoons and the Early Curio Trade by Virginia Breeze 2004 7(2): 2
  • The Alaska Dairy – 1923 (Joe Kendler) 2004 7(2): 5
  • The Glacier Dairy – 1929 (Frank Maier, Dwight Nash) 2004 7(2): 8
  • The Nash Purchase of Glacier Dairy, 1950 (Dwight Nash) 2004 7(2): 9
  • The Sunny Point Dairy – 1929 (Hendrickson/Hanna) by Marie Hanna Darlin 2004 7(2): 11
  • Gastineau Channel Dairy Locations 2004 7(2): 14-15
  • Juneau Dairies, Incorporated, 1936 (Juneau Dairy, Mendenhall Dairy, Glacier Dairy, and Alaska Dairy) 2004 7(2): 17
  • The “Little Guys,” various small dairies, up and down the channel 2004 7(2): 19-21
  • Alaska Souvenir Spoons Notes and References 2004 7(2): 24
  • Interior Department Recommends Transfer of Sentinel Island Lighthouse to Historical Society, 4/26/04 2004 7(2): 25
  • Historical Society Celebrates Tenth Operating Season of Last Chance Mining Museum by Gary Gillette 2004 7(2): 26
  • President’s Message by June Hall 2004 7(2): 27
  • Editor’s Comment by Virginia Breeze 2004 7(2): 27

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 7, No. 3 September 2004

  • JNU! Growing Up With Juneau’s Airport by Bill Baker 2004 7(3): 1, 3-11
  • President’s Message (Tribute, to Paul Emerson and Cecilia Kunz) by June Hall 2004 7(3): 2
  • Editor’s comment by Virginia Breeze 2004 7(3): 2
  • JNU from the Air 2004 7(3): 12-13
  • Looking Back in the Empire; SS Aleutian 2004 7(3): 16-17
  • Douglas Island News, (Douglas Cemeteries, Part I) by Willette Janes 2004 7(3): 18-19
  • Fire Destroyed Juneau’s Oldest Downtown Historical Building (C. W. Young Building) 2004 7(3): 20
  • Chronological History: The C. W. Young-Juneau Young Hardware Building 2004 7(3): 20
  • History Grant Raffle by Alma Harris 2004 7(3): 21
  • All School Reunion – Juneau High School’s 100 Years, (1904-2004) by Marie Darlin 2004 7(3): 22
  • GCHS Hosts American Spoon Collector’s Reception (August 18, 2004) 2004 7(3): 23
  • Updating Local Family History Books by Marine Darlin 2004 7(3): 24
  • Gastineau Channel Memories II 1880-1967 – published June 2004 2004 7(3): 24
  • Letters to the Editor: Twila Kaiser; Diane Thomas (niece of Dora Sweeney) 2004 7(3): 25
  • Last Chance Mining Museum and Sentinel Island Lighthouse reports 7(3): 26
  • Perseverance Mine photo: Howard Hayes, George Fleek, Albert Fleek-1934/35 2004 7(3): 26
  • Daily Alaska Empire: July 21, 1941 2004 7(3): 25, 27

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 8, No. 1 March 2005

  • Telephone Hill 2005 8(1): 1
  • President’s Message (Tribute to Society Members) by June Hall 2004 8(1): 2
  • Tribute to Amy Lou Barney, George Danner, Jr., Bobbie Rice, by Virginia Breeze 2004 8(1): 2
  • Editor’s Comment 2004 8(1): 2
  • Telephone Hill History (Extracts from Telephone Hill Historic Site Survey) 2005 8(1): 3-5
  • Telephone Hill Structures, Plat and List of Original Structures 2005 8(1): 7
  • Telephone Hill’s Bonanza by R. N. DeArmond from Old Gold 2005 8(1): 8
  • Opening up the tunnel: The Famous Bonanza Lode Claim is Now Being Exerted Daily Alaska Dispatch, June 18, 1901 2005 8(1): 9
  • Telephone Hill – Then and Now Photos 2005 8(1): 10
  • George Rogers Speaks to GCHS about State Constitution 2005 8(1): 11
  • Douglas Island News: Douglas Cemeteries, Part II by Willette Janes 2005 8(1): 12
  • Gastineau Channel Historical Society 2004 Annual Report by June E. Hall, President 2005 8(1): 14-16
  • Standing orders for switchboard operators, Juneau-Douglas Telephone Co., about 1925 2005 8(1): 16
  • GCHS Annual Meeting 2004 by Alma Harris 2005 8(1): 17
  • Gastineau Channel Memories – Volume III – Work Has Begun 2005 8(1): 18
  • Letters to the Editor: Bill Clark 2005 8(1): 18
  • The Gastineau: from a Tourist Brochure, about 1923 2005 8(1): 19

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 8 no. 2 June 2005

  • Juno’s Days of Yore (A Series by Bob DeArmond) 2005 8(2): 1
    • Early Football by Bob DeArmond 2005 8(2): 6
    • The Southeast Alaska Fair by Bob DeArmond 2005 8(2): 7
    • Legislature Locations by Bob DeArmond 2005 8(2): 8
    • The 1918 Flood by Bob DeArmond 2005 8(2): 9
    • The Fifth Street School by Bob DeArmond 2005 8(2): 10
    • Southeast Separation by Bob DeArmond 2005 8(2): 11
    • Calhoun Avenue by Bob DeArmond 2005 8(2): 12
    • Basin Road by Bob DeArmond 2005 8(2): 13
    • Juneau’s Sawmill by Bob DeArmond 2005 8(2): 14
    • The Taku Road by Bob DeArmond 2005 8(2): 15
  • President’s Message: To Preserve or Not to Preserve by June Hall 2005 8(2): 2
  • Some Good Plans are Old Plans – Except From the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Historic Preservation News, 1990 2005 8(2): 2
  • Editor’s Comment by Virginia Breeze (Editor, retires) 2005 8(2): 2
  • A History of ANAC (Alaska Native Arts and Crafts) by Jean Kline 2005 8(2): 3
  • Sentinel Island Lighthouse: a Special Report by Gary Gillette 2005 8(2): 16
  • The Governor’s Cedar by Paul Hennon 2005 8(2): 17
  • April Program Highlights Lives of Early Women Legislators 2005 8(2): 18
  • Editor’s Correction 2005 8(2): 18
  • Last Chance Mining Museum 2005 8(2): 19

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 8, No. 3 October 2005

  • Report from Duck Creek by Lt. Col. Roy W. Riegle 2005 8(3): 1, 3-12
  • President’s Message: Tribute to Virginia Breeze by June Hall 2005 8(3): 2
  • Years That Changed Juneau Forever by Mac Metcalfe 2005 8(3): 12
  • Last Chance Mining Museum 2005 8(3): 13
  • Our Printed Words 2005 8(3): 14
  • Legal Beer Returns to Juneau, May 1933 2005 8(3): 15

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 9, No. 1 February 2006

  • Dzantik’i Heeni in Transition: An Interpretive History of the Juneau Indian Village by Ernestine Hayes 2006 9(1)1-9
  • President’s Message by June Hall 2006 9(1): 2
  • Filling the Village – 1941; Photos by Amos Wallace 2006 9(1): 10-11
  • Well-Deserved Recognition for Willette Janes 2006 9(1): 12
  • 1995 Photos of GCHS Historical Conference at Juneau 2006 9(1): 12
  • Another Juneau Artifact Comes Home: Photo Album Documenting Construction of Jualpa Mining Co. Flume in 1904 2006 9(1): 13
  • Gastineau Channel Historical Society 2005 Annual Report 2006 9(1): 14-15
  • Sentinel Island Lighthouse by Gary Gillette 2006 9(1): 16
  • GCHS Annual Meeting 2005 by Alma Harris 2005 9(1): 17
  • We’re Old Timers Now! (50th Anniversary of Society) 2005 9(1): 18
  • Gastineau Channel Memories by the Pioneer Book Committee 2005 9(1): 19

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 9, No. 2 May 2006

  • Going for Gold: Juneau’s Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla Celebrates 50 Years by Marilyn Coffman with assistance from Mary Anne Parke 2006 9(2): 1, 3-9, 12-14
  • Digital Bob Rolls Out at JD City Museum! Bob DeArmond Alaska History Project 2006 9(2): 2
  • Johnson Honored for Rescue of Fisherman 2006 9(2): 8
  • Remembering Holy Trinity (destroyed by fire 3/12/06) 2006 9(2): 10-11
  • Basketball Report- JHS Totem 1953 2006 9(2): 15
  • Women Artists – Gone But Not Forgotten: Jennie Werner, Genevieve Harmon, Josephine Crumrine, Charlotte Nicholson, Marge Bryhn by Marie Darlin 2006 9(2): 16-17
  • Basketball History Project announcement 2006 9(2): 18
  • Gastineau Channel Memories, Vol. III 2006 9(2): 19

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 9, No. 3 September 2006

  • Upper Evergreen Avenue 1950-2006 by Jean Rogers 2006 9(3): 1-8
  • President’s Message by June Hall 2006 9(3): 2
  • A 50th Anniversary Annual Meeting: What Happened in Juneau in 1956? 2006 9(3): 2
  • The Call of the North! The Sisters of St. Ann in Juneau by Theresa Vogel 2006 9(3): 9
  • Last Chance Mining Museum by Gary Gillette 2006 9(3): 10
  • GCHS Takes Ownership of Sentinel Island Light Station 2006 9(3): 10
  • Willette Janes: a True Friend of History by June E. Hall and Gary Gillette 2006 9(3): 12
  • Program Report: Rishel Mineral Information Center (Mayflower Island) by Marie Darlin 2006 9(3): 13
  • Correction 2006 9(3): 13
  • “Anchorage in Dire Straits: Unemployed Problem is Great According to Wire Received” Daily Alaska Empire, March 3, 1939 2006 9(3): 14

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 10, No. 1 March 2007

  • Ernie’s Juneau by Ernie Pyle 2007 10(1): 1
  • Extracts of Pyle’s 1937 dispatches, syndicated by the Scripps Howard chain 2007 10(1): 3-14
  • President’s Message: June Hall takes leave of absence by Gary Gillette 2007 10(1): 2
  • Dale DeArmond: Remembering an Artist, Librarian and Friend 2007 10(1): 2
  • 50 Years and Just Getting Started Annual Report by Alma Harris, Secretary 2007 10(1): 12
  • Thank you to a Community (Conference report) 2007 10(1): 13
  • GCHS Looking for New Space 2007 10(1): 14

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 10, No. 2 June 2007

  • Ernie’s Juneau Part 2 (Second in a two-part series of newspaper dispatches from Ernie Pyle, 1937) by Ernie Pyle 2007 10(2): 1, 3-10
  • President’s Message by Gary Gillette 2007 10(2): 2
  • Last Chance Mining Museum 2007 10(2): 2
  • Ruotsala, Jim; Obituary 2007 10(2): 2
  • Around Town, May 1937 (Newspaper Clips) 2007 10(2): 11-12
  • Nurses from Juneau’s Past: Gone But Not Forgotten 2007 10(2): 13
  • Project Playground: Sentinel Island Lighthouse 2007 10(2): 14
  • Gastineau Channel Memories, Volume III Progress Report 2007 10(2): 15
  • New Lighthouse Stamp 2007 10(2): 15
  • Treadwell Mine Historic Trail Program 2007 10(2): 15

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 10, No. 3 November 2007

  • Stories of Juneau’s Hospitals & Nurses 2007 10(3): 1, 2, 7-11
  • Ann’s by Marie Darlin 2007 10(3): 1
  • The Alaska Native Service Hospital by Willie Larsen 2007 10(3): 2
  • Public Health Nursing in Juneau by Elfrida Nord 2007 10(3): 3
  • Concrete Blocks by Al Shaw 2007 10(3): 4
  • Last Chance Mining Museum by Gary Gillette 2007 10(3): 4
  • News and Notes 2007 10(3): 5
  • President’s Message by Gary Gillette 2007 10(3): 6
  • Pioneer Book Committee Update 2007 10(3): 6
  • Nursing After 1950 by Nina Brown 2007 10(3): 8
  • Juneau Nurses by Willie Larsen 2007 10(3): 11
  • Frederica de Laguna Photograph Collection 2007 10(3): 12
  • 2007 Annual Meeting and Report by Alma Harris 2007 10(3): 13
  • Solving a History Mystery: Historical Collections Blog Helps Identify Mystery Photos 2007 10(3): 15

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 11, No. 1 June 2008

  • When and How Filipinos Came to Juneau by Jenny Gomez Strickler 2008 11(1): 1, 3
  • President’s Message 2008 11(1): 2
  • Alaskeros (Filipino cannery workers) 2008 11(1): 2
  • Filipino Clubs (from Filipino Alaska: A Heritage by Sue Ellen Liljeblad) 2008 11(1): 3, 4
  • Filipino Hall 2008 11(1): 5
  • Women Teachers-[G]one But Not Forgotten by Marie Darlin 2008 11(1): 5
  • Lure of Alaska: A History of Tourism in the Great Land by June Hall 2008 11(1): 6
  • Volume III of Gastineau Channel Memories Goes to Press 2008 11(1): 7
  • Last Chance Mining Museum and Sentinel Island Lighthouse reports 008 11(1): 7, 10
  • Evergreen Cemetery Historical Walk Brochure Revision by Marie Darlin 2008 11(1): 7
  • Santiago “Sam” and Mary Cesar 2008 11(1): 8-9
  • Juneau-Douglas Basketball history 2008 11(1): 9
  • Thomas B. Stewart, Historian Extraordinaire 2008 11(1): 11

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 11, No. 2 November 2008

  • Katherine Shaw Celebrates 99th Birthday 2008 11(2): 1, 2
  • Joe Leahy Memorial Planned for Sentinel Island 2008 11(2): Inset
  • Intergenerational Art Project Winner 2008 11(2): 3
  • The San Francisco Bakery, Story by Katherine Shaw, Pictures by Montana Earl 2008 11(2): 4-6
  • Ten Year Project Completed (Gastineau Channel Memories) 2008 11(2): 7
  • Calling all Finns (FinnFest USA 2009) 2008 11(2): 7
  • New on the Alaskan Bookshelf by Katrina Pearson 2008 11(2): 8
  • 2008 GCHS Annual Meeting and Report by Jean Kline 2008 11(2): 10-11
  • Alaska Historical Society Meeting: Alaska Visionaries: Seekers, Leaders, and Dreamers by Kathryn Cohen 2008 11(2): 12
  • Juneauites Honored with Alaska Historical Society 2008 Awards 2008 11(2): 13
  • Sentinel Island Lighthouse report 2008 11(2): 14
  • News and Notes 2008 11(2): 15
  • Last Chance Mining Museum and Recent Programs 2008 11(2): 16
  • Errata: Volume 11 Number 1, June 2008 2008 11(2): 17
  • President’s Message by Gary Gillette 2008 11(2): 17
  • Walter A. Soboleff Centenarian by Jean Kline 2008 11(2): 18

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 12, No. 1 June 2009

  • Lake Taps* of the Juneau Area by Albert Shaw 2009 12(1): 1-6
  • Grace Berg Schaible Honored 2009 12(1): 7
  • George “Pat” Spartz (1928-2009) 2009 12(1): 7
  • 2009 Board of Directors and Project Contacts 2009 12(1): 9
  • Best Cook of the Week Cookbook from the Juneau Independent 2009 12(1): 10
  • Everything’s Up-to-date in Douglas City! In 1956, A.J. (Shine) Balog, Douglas’ Superintendent of Streets, was featured in this ad by CAT 2009 12(1): 11
  • News and Notes – A Collection of “This and That” 2009 12(1): 12
  • Jensen – Olson Arboretum Tour by Marie Darlin 2009 12(1): 13
  • Cooking Up Some Quilts by Judy Hopkins 2009 12(1): 14
  • FinnFest USA 2009 comes to Juneau 2009 12(1): 15

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 12, No. 2 September 2009

  • An Earlier Juneau by A. H. Humpheries 2009 12(2): 1-12
  • Wanted Poster for Convicted Murder Edward Krause 2009 12(2): 13
  • Juneau Wins Award at Seattle Fair! (Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition) 2009 12(2): 14
  • From a Final 1909 Report on the A-Y-P (Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition) Alaska Displays 2009 12(2): 15
  • Back Issues of Gastineau Heritage News are Still Available 2009 12(2): 15
  • 2009 Board of Directors and Project Contacts 2009 12(2): 16
  • Last Chance Mining Museum and Sentinel Island Lighthouse reports 2009 12(2): 17
  • Miss Vrooman (Grace Vrooman Wickersham) 2009 12(2): 17
  • News and Notes – A Collection of “This and That” 2009 12(2): 18
  • Juneau Family International Reunion by Marie Darlin 2009 12(2): 19
  • Gleanings from Digital Bob (DeArmond) 2009 12(2): 20
  • Digital Bob Illustrated 2009 12(2): 21-22
  • Minnie Field – The Woman, The Home, and The School 2009 12(2): 23

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 13, No. 1 June 2010

  • An Administrative Issue! 2010 13(1): 1
  • Last Chance Mining Museum and Sentinel Island Lighthouse reports 2010 13(1): 2
  • Program Features Geraghty by Marie Darlin 2010 13(1): 2
  • News From the Publication Committee by Katrina Pearson 2010 13(1): 2
  • Chronological Index: Gastineau Heritage News 2010 13(1): 3-[10]
  • Alphabetical Index to Feature Stories 2010 13(1): [11]-[12]
  • Princess Kathleen Oil Removal Project Complete 2010 13(1): [13]
  • “‘It could only happen in Alaska’ Kathleen’s passenger tell mayor” Daily Alaska Empire, September 10, 1952 2010 13(1): [14]

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 13, No. 2 August 2010

  • Wickersham’s Juneau Part 1: Jim and John 2010 13(2): 1-18
  • The Daily Alaska Empire Wednesday, Oct. 25, 1939: Alaska’s “Wickersham” Burns Out, But His Light Shines On 2010 13(2): 18
  • The Alaska Music Trail: Maxim Schapiro: the Baldwin Concert Grand by Mary Watson 2010 13(2): 20-21
  • Sentinel Island Lighthouse 2010 13(2): 23

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 14 No. 1 January 2011

  • A Tribute to Bob DeArmond and Katherine Shaw 2011 14(1): 1
  • Bob and the Museums: Sitka Historical Museum and Juneau-Douglas City Museum – About Digital Bob 2011 14(1): 2
  • Katherine’s Story 2011 14(1): 3
  • Bob’s Story 2011 14(1): 4
  • From Juno’s Day of Yore 2011 14(1): 5-7
  • Taku Winds Cause Serious Downtown Damage by Bob DeArmond 2011 14(1): 5
  • Port Wine Charley and Charles Johnson: Mine Accident Survivors by Bob DeArmond 2011 14(1): 5
  • The Wild Cruise of the Gas Boat Favorite by Bob DeArmond 2011 14(1): 7
  • Katherine’s Album 2011 14(1): 8-9
  • Excerpts from Voyage in a Dory by Bob DeArmond 2011 14(1): 10
  • Bob’s Writings 2011 14(1): 11
  • Gleanings from Old Gold: Juneau & Douglas Telephone Company 2011 14(1): 12
  • Early Morning, Juneau (by Sydney Laurence) Acquired 2011 14(1): 13
  • The Nugget Shop from Martha Society (Presbyterian Church) Cookbook, 1939 2011 14(1): 14

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 14, No. 2 August 24, 2011

  • Wickersham’s Juneau Part 2: Jim and Emery 2011 14(2): 1, 3-16
  • Digital Kinky Rolls Out 2011 14(2): 2
  • Valentine, from Pathfinder Magazine 2011 14(2): 16
  • Valentine, from the Empire, September 10, 1930, Valentine Dies from Chronic Stomach Ills 2011 14(2): 17-18
  • GCHS Visits “The Wilcox” 2011 14(2): 19
  • Good Books, Cheap! 2011 14(2): 19
  • Courting Grace (Grace Vrooman Bishop) 2011 14(2): 20-21
  • Zach Gordon [photo] 2011 14(2): 22
  • New Book! Next Month! (The Juneau Gold Belt: A history of the Mines and Miners by Earl Redman) 2011 14(2): 23

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 15, No. 1 January 2012

  • 1912 – All the News Part 1: January to June 2012 15(1): 1
  • The Jewels of Downtown Historic Home Open House Announcement 2012 15(1): 2
  • The Daily Alaska Dispatch Juneau, Alaska January-June 1912 2012 15(1): 3-16
  • Wrong Aleutian! 2012 15(1): 16
  • Last Chance Mining Museum – An Unscheduled Visit 2012 15(1): 17
  • Origins of Indian Activism and the Founding of the Alaska Native Brotherhood by Zachary R. Jones 2012 15(1): 18
  • The Thlinget: Devoted to the Interest of the Native People of Alaska Sitka 1912 2012 15(1): 19

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 15, No. 2 August 2012

  • Wickersham’s Juneau Part 3: A Seward Street Stroll 2012 15(2): 1
  • The Wickersham House 2012 15(2): 2
  • Sixth and Seward 2012 15(2): 3
  • The Empty Chair at Fifth and Seward 2012 15(2): 4-5
  • Call Seattle from Home! “Long Distance Please” From Juneau Phones New System to be Inaugurated Beginning in Friday Night. Daily Alaska Empire, November 9, 1939 2012 15(2): 6
  • M’Naughton Shoots Bank Robber: Gets Back $3,000, The Daily Alaska Empire January 23, 1932 2012 15(2): 7-9
  • Bank Robber M’Ghee Dies; Graham is Held in Jail The Daily Alaska Empire January 25, 1932 2012 15(2): 10
  • In the United States Commissioner’s Court, Juneau Precinct Division Number One, Territory of Alaska, Sitting Coroner in the Matter of the Inquest on the Body of William McGhee 2012 15(2): 11-12
  • Daily Alaska Empire January 26, 1932 McGhee Death is Justified by Coroner’s Jury: Graham gets 30 days and $200 for Driving Auto While Drunk 2012 15(2): 13
  • Goldstein Building Burns! By Bob DeArmond 2012 15(2): 14-15
  • Percy’s Daily Alaska Empire, Wednesday, March 31, 1937: Percy’s Will Give Juneau Modern Café 2012 15(2): 18
  • Judge Lunches at Percy’s 2012 15(2): 19
  • Foot of Seward Street: the Intersection of Seward Street, Marine Way, and Ferry Way was the Focal Point of Air and Sea Transportation 2012 15(2): 20-21

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 15, No. 3 December 31, 2012

  • 1912 – All the News Part 2: July to December 2012 15(3): 1
  • The Daily Alaska Dispatch Juneau Alaska July-October 1912 2012 15(3): 3-15
  • The Daily Alaska Dispatch Juneau Alaska October-December 1912 2012 15(3): 16-23
  • Alaska’s Largest Hotel: The Gastineau 2012 15(3): 24
  • Gastineau Hotel 2012 15(3): 25
  • “To Present a Written Proposal” The ANB (Alaska Native Brotherhood) and ANS (Alaska Native Sisterhood) Civil Rights 1940 Sports Boycott by Zachary Jones 2012 15(3): 26-27

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 16, No. 1 March 15, 2013

  • 1953: Rotarian Dancing Gypsies! Our Annual 1950’s Nostalgia Issue! 2013 16(1): 1
  • “We’ll Have You in Stitches” at the Rotary Club Variety Show 2013 16(1): 1
  • When Juneau’s Movers and Shakers Moved and Shook by Virginia Whitehead Breeze 2013 16(1): 3
  • Wild Comedy Marks Rotarian Variety Show…Performance Repeats Tonight by Dorothy Pegues: Daily Alaska Empire February 10, 1953. 2013 16(1): 3
  • Earl Albrecht by Jan Albrecht Graf 2013 16(1): 4
  • George Sundborg by Pierre Sundborg 2013 16(1): 5
  • Sam McPhetres 2013 16(1): 6
  • Vern Metcalfe by Kimberly Metcalfe and Vernon M. “Mac” Metcalfe, Jr. 2013 16(1): 7
  • Carson Lawrence by Carol Lawrence Livie 2013 16(1): 8
  • Percy “Perk” Schmelzer by Jeanne Schmelzer 2013 16(1): 9
  • Jeanne Schmelzer Writes About Their Juneau Life by Jeanne Schmelzer 2013 16(1): 12
  • Chee Hermann: from Who’s Who in Alaska Politics 1977 by Atwood and DeArmond 2013 16(1): 13
  • Bill Whitehead by Virginia Whitehead Breeze 2013 16(1): 14
  • Floyd Guertin by Barbara Guertin Nielsen 2013 16(1): 15
  • Hank Harmon by Jim Harmon 2013 16(1): 16
  • Building fund for Hospital boosted by Rotary Show: The Juneau Independent February 12, 1953 2013 16(1): 17
  • And Then in 1954: A Few Extracts From the Press 2013 16(1): 18
  • Wrong Yukon! [Correction to GHN 15(3); December 2012 photo on page 20] 2013 16(1): 19

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 16, No. 2 August 24, 2013

  • Wickersham’s Juneau Part 4: The Law Business 2013 16(2): 1
  • The Mike Pusich Douglas Harbor 2013 16(2): 3
  • Belle vs Percy 2013 16(2): 4-6
  • The Balkan War 2013 16(2): 7
  • USSR vs USA 2013 16(2): 8-9
  • A Cultural Treasure: The Life and Art of Amos L. Wallace by Zachary R. Jones 2013 16(2): 10-12
  • Empty Chair Project Receives NPS (National Park Service) Grant 2013 16(2): 13
  • Darlin Recognized for Service 2013 16(2): 13
  • Rie Redux 2013 16(2): 14-15
  • Random Retrospective: Estebeth Towed to Port and Beached Alaska Daily Empire, January 2, 1922 2013 16(2): 16
  • Random Retrospective: Juneau Pupils Determined to do no Damage Alaska Daily Empire, October 29, 1942 2013 16(2): 16
  • Random Retrospective: 4,000 Cases of Beer Go into Channel as Warehouse Caves In Alaska Daily Empire, September 18, 1956 2013 16(2): 16
  • Famous Coast Guard Cutter Revisits Juneau 2013 16(2): 18
  • Basin Road Trestle Project Completed by Gary Gillette and Renee Hughes 2013 16(2): 19

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 17, No. 1 January 20, 2014

  • Betty Annis in Her Own Words: Life at the Empire, 1955-1957 by Virginia Whitehead Breeze 2014 17(1): 1, 3
  • War Buddies by Betty Annis 2014 17(1): 4-10
  • — The Hub of the City by Betty Annis 2014 17(1): 11-16
  • Hot New History Books Hit the Street! Buy in Local Bookstores 2014 17(1): 17
  • Rie Redux: Part 2 2014 17(1): 18-19
  • Random Retrospective 2014 17(1): 20
  • A Russian View on the Sale of Their North American Property by Al Shaw 2014 17(1): 22

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 17, No. 1 [2] June 2014

  • The Alaska Treasure, Mike Hudson, and the City of Gastineau-Part 1 by Anne Elise Pollnow and W. D. De Armond 2014 17(1) [2]: 1, 3-11
  • About the Compressor…. 2014 17(1) [2]: 12
  • Bibliography 2014 17(1) [2]: 14
  • Rie Redux: Part 3 2014 17(1) [2]: 16-19
  • Random Retrospective 2014 17(1) [2]: 18-19

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 17, No. 3 August 24, 2014

  • Wickersham’s Juneau Part 5: Jim and Lockie 2014 17(3): 1, 4-11
  • About Martha and Lockie 2014 17(3): 3
  • Rie Redux 2014 17(3): 12
  • Topping off Sentinel Island Lighthouse 2014 17(3): 14-15

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 18, No. 1 June 2015

  • The Alaska Treasure Mine – Part 3: About the Neighbors and …”Stamping it out” by Anne Elise Pollnow and W. D De Armond 2015 18(1): 1
  • The Alaska Treasure Mine: the Neighbors by Anne Elise Pollnow and W. D. De Armond 2015 18(1): 3-6
  • The Alaska Treasure Mine: Stamping it Out by Anne Elise Pollnow and W. D. De Armond 2015 18(1): 7, 10-13
  • Rie Redux: Part 6 2015 18(1): 8-9

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 20 No. 2 August 24, 2015

  • Wickersham’s Juneau Part 6: James and William (1921-1929) 2015 20(2): 1
  • Members Donating Above and Beyond: Welcome to New Members: A Gift Membership in GCHS is a Great and Clever Idea! Annual Meeting – Mark Your Calendar 2015 20(2): 2
  • William Paul: 1885-1977 2015 20(2): 3
  • Wickersham’s Juneau Part 6: James and William edited by Zachery R. Jones and Mike Blackwell 2015 20(2): 4-17
  • Rie Redux: Part 7 2015 20(2): 18

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 20 No. 3 December 2015

  • Business Fine, Say Merchants 2015 20(3): 1, 3-8
  • A Merry Happy Christmas 2015 20(3): 8
  • Annual Meeting Notes 2015 20(3): 8
  • New Bridge to Mining Museum 2015 20(3): 9
  • Rie Redux: Part 8 2015 20(3): 10

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 21 No. 1 June 2016

  • Some Names Around Juneau Part I: Editor’s Introduction by R. N. DeArmond 2016 21(1): 1, 3-26

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 21 No. 2 August 24, 2016

  • Wickersham’s Juneau Part 7: The End of the Trail 2016 21(2): 1, 3-8
  • Some Names Around Juneau, Part 2 by R. N. DeArmond 2016 21(2): 1, 9-25
  • Correction 2016 21(2): Insert

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 22 No. 1 April 2017

  • Some Names Around Juneau, Part 3 by R. N. DeArmond 2017 22(1): 1, 3-12
  • Hail to Mike Blackwell: GCHS’ Unsung Hero! 2017 22(1): 1
  • Menus From the Past by Ann Grisham Schultz 2017 22(1): 2

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 23 No. 1 Fall 2018

  • The Sophia: Could They Have Been Saved? 2018 23(1): 1
  • Treadwell Brought to Life a Century After Cave-in by Paulette Simpson 2018 23(1): 2-5
  • Support for GCHS Translates Into Preservation of Local History 2018 23(1): 5
  • A Walk in Evergreen Cemetery: More than 8,000 Juneau Stories 2018 23(1): 6-8
  • History Advocate and Senior Activist, Marie Darlin Dies 2018 23(1): 9
  • Journalist and History Author, Bill De Armond, Dies2018 23(1): 9
  • SE Nature, Planes and Boats Inspired Bonnet’s Art 2018 23(1): 10
  • De Armond Father and Son Honored by Association for Historic Preservation 2018 23(1): 11

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 24 No. 1 Spring/Summer 2019

  • Bustling gold towns on both sides of channel demanded regular crossings 2019 24(1): 1
  • Little workhorse: passengers to packer 2019 24(1): 2
  • Integration of the grid, the gold, and the Gastineau: a few prominent men dominated corporate connections 2019 24(1): 4
  • Speed, stops, and distances expanded as Flosie steamed into the new country 2019 24(1): 5
  • Marine highways was born in Haines 70 years ago. The route ended at Tee Harbor 2019 24(1): 6
  • All the time(s) in the world – and none in sync 2019 24(1): 7
  • Last Chance Mining Museum and Sentinel Island Lighthouse reports 2019 24(1): 8
  • Post-war small town coming of age 2019 24(1): 9
  • Who’s Digital Bob? A few clicks unlock 70+ years of history writing 2019 24(1): 10
  • A decade ago GCHS received a plea to save local voices. Fortunately someone was listening 2019 24(1): 10

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 24 No. 2 Winter 2019-2020

  • Tourism not a new enterprise in Juneau; more than a century ago, two bits could buy a nice excursion – and competition was fierce 2019-2020 24(2):1-2
  • Note to readers: 2019-2020 24(2):1
  • In this issue… 2019-2020 24(2):1
  • Weekly guide printed TV times – and regularly-scheduled local history, too 2019-2020 24(2):2
  • Channel crossing wasn’t smooth sailing. Even getting on and off was rough 2019-2020 24(2):3-4
  • Like most workboats, the steamer Flosie had more than nine lives 2019-2020 24(2):4-5
  • New towns earned post offices; boat companies earned revenue 2019-2020 24(2):6
  • Bridge kills ferry 2019-2020 24(2):7
  • New Office Building at Treadwell, built in 1914 is, indeed, again new 2019-2020 24(2):8-9
  • Plaudits for Juneau-generated historical work 2019-2020 24(2):10
  • Canneries were pivotal and powerful in Southeast, dominating politics and economy for nearly a century 2019-2020 24(2):11

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 25 No. 1 Spring/Summer 2020

  • A year that most Juneauites were not sorry to have behind them 2020 25(1): 1
  • Special Thanks 2020 25(1): 1
  • Quarantines, schools and library closures happened in early 1918, but not because of flu 2020 25(1):2
  • Valentine’s final two years as mayor were tough times 2020 25(1): 2
  • Landslides, floods destroyed parts of town, a precursor to worse crises 2020 25(1): 3
  • Will disasters never cease? From the diary of Governor Thomas J. Riggs, Jr. 2020 25(1): 4-7
  • Daily Alaska Empire, Oct. 24, 1918 2020 25(1):4
  • Ghastly bodies on beaches dominated local attention as epidemic spread 2020 25(1): 5
  • A muted armistice 2020 25(1): 6
  • Gastineau Gossip (an intercepted letter) 2020 25(1): 8
  • November quarantine too late for 25 who’d died 2020 25(1): 8
  • Month-long quarantine repealed too soon 2020 25(1): 9
  • More than channel split Juneau-Douglas 2020 25(1): 9
  • Four of five deaths were Alaska Natives 2020 25(1): 10
  • Arrival of Red Cross in Southeast “… too late to be of any help…” 2020 25(1): 10
  • Masks a must or pay a fine worth greater than $500 2020 25(1): 11

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 25 No. 2 Fall 2020

  • Progressive Era issues of a century ago echo in current elections 2020 25(2): 1
  • Wickersham’s convoluted contests for Congress 2020 25(2): 2-5
  • Natives voted from the beginning; whites tried to stop it 2020 25(2): 6-8
  • 1916 territorial voters banned booze 2:1.  Previous prohibition in Alaska didn’t work either.2020 25(2): 9-10
  • Leaders, always, anyway – Juneau’s pioneering women in politics 2020 25(2): 10
  • Juneau lady voters reluctant to rally ’round a firebrand 2020 25(2): 11
  • Vast trove from Tlingit elder and historian documents 75 years 2020 25(2): 12
  • Wallace enriches archives with family photos 2020 25(2): 13
  • Southeast voted overwhelmingly for session 2020 25(2): 14
  • Early electoral milestones 2020 25(2): 14

Gastineau Heritage News: a Publication of the Gastineau Channel Historical Society Volume 26 No. 1 Spring/Summer 2021

  • Pre-Prohibition Juneau area brewery timeline
  • Alcohol, often a bane, fueled early economic development and public services
  • Brewing lexicon, top to bottom
  • Tippling timeline –  Alaska and alcohol: 280 years of courting and controlling “legendary thirst”
  • Cabin  was beer HQ after serving pupils, parishioners
  • Rebirth of local alcohol production gives new identity to historic buildings
  • “Bone Dry” roll call, January 1, 1918: convert or close
  • Newspapers told of persistent competition and criminality
  • Women were key fixtures — and foes — of alcohol establishments
  • Pioneer recipe leads brewery to innovation and success
  • Auke Bay memoir recounts bygone era
  • Rough and Tumble captures early gold camp
  • Pandemic edition honored with statewide award

 

 

 

 

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