This Day in History

Posted: Thursday, April 08, 2004

In Alaska

• In 1881, the Harrisburgh post office was established. It was renamed Juneau the following January.

• In 1911, the first train load of copper ore arrived in Cordova from Bonanza. This was later celebrated as Copper Day.

• In 1944, the Alaska Juneau Mine closed.



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