Jack Marshall

The story of William Moore and his gold fever

If you ask the average person in Southeast Alaska who Capt. William Moore was, chances are they wouldn't know. William Moore was born in Hanover, Germany, in 1822. Read more

Stage is set for final battles

Editor's note: This is the third and final part in a series looking at the War of 1812, the first foreign attack on U.S. soil. Read more

Fledgling nation goes to war

Editor's note: This is the second of three parts looking at the War of 1812, the first foreign attack on U.S. land. Part three will publish Sunday, Aug. 3. Read more

Long before 9/11, there was 1812

Editor's note: This is the first of three parts looking at the War of 1812, the first foreign attack on U.S. land. Part one looks at the build up to war. Part two will focus on the British attack. Every Sept. Read more

Accumulated Fragments: Following in the footsteps of Harris and Juneau

In the summer of 1880 George Pilz sent Richard Harris and Joseph Juneau from Sitka to the Gastineau Channel to look for gold. They worked north from Cape Fanshaw to a point near Berners Bay. Read more

Searching for the Lost Rocker Mine

Growing up on a farm out in the middle of nowhere, outside of radio, about the only entertainment I received was stories told to me by my grandparents or my parents. Read more

Accumulated fragments: Remembering fallen officers

While thinking about who or what might be in my next article, it occurred to me that there are people who have lived here in Juneau and have done great things but may have slipped into obscurity for one reason or another. Read more

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