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OUTDOORS Capital City Weekly Last week we learned that a United States survey team used the wild Whiting River to access the peaks that now mark the International Boundary between Alaska and Canada.

Southeast History: Continuing the Whiting River survey

Two men of the International Boundary survey party prepare to place a station marker on a snowy approach to a peak.
Photos From The National Archives
Two men of the International Boundary survey party prepare to place a station marker on a snowy approach to a peak.
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