4 edition of The future of Alaska found in the catalog.
The future of Alaska
George William Rogers
by Published for Resources for the Future by the Johns Hopkins Press in Baltimore
Written in English
|Statement||A study sponsored by the Arctic Institute of North America and Resources for the Future, inc.|
|LC Classifications||HC107.A45 R64 1962|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||311|
|LC Control Number||62020557|
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[George William Rogers] -- This account of economic conditions in Alaska in the s focuses on the effects of the change in status from territory to state and the possibilities for developing natural resources.Looking for Alaska Summary.
Miles Halter is tired of his predictable and friendless life (check out the going-away party for him at the beginning of the book), so he decides to attend Culver Creek boarding school in Alabama for his junior year of high school.Looking for Alaska There comes a time when we realize that our parents cannot save themselves or save us, that everyone who wades through time eventually gets dragged out to sea by the undertow- that, in short, we are all going.