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From what I can remember, this city, being the state's largest, traces back its roots to 1915 to its tent camp days when the railroad was being built as a connection to the port of Seward on the Kenai Peninsula with the Interior. Over the years, a series of economic bonanzas have contributed to the city's growth. At present, over half the state's population occupies the area. In 1964, the city was badly damaged by earthquake. What was left of it is the carefully preserved Earthquake Park, a stark reminder of the devastation.
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Juneau, Alaska Whale Watching
Offering Luxury class sport-fishing and whale-watching day trips May thru Sept. aboard our 40 ft. vessel. Private charters, only your private group aboard, 6-person maximum. Enjoy outdoor Alaska in comfort and luxury.
Starting at US $120 Per Person
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