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"We're tourists so we don't know too much, but we learned a lot about salmon today."
What is your favorite Juneau history fact? 060309 SPEAKINGOUT 1 Capital City Weekly "We're tourists so we don't know too much, but we learned a lot about salmon today."
Wednesday, June 03, 2009

Story last updated at 6/3/2009 - 12:10 pm

What is your favorite Juneau history fact?

"We're tourists so we don't know too much, but we learned a lot about salmon today."

- The Harris Family

"My great-grandmother, Sarah Magill, taught at the first BIA school house around 1915, where the governer's mansion resides today.."

- Dana R. Zimmerman

"Juneau is larger than the State of Delaware in area."

- August Williams (online)

"It survived the Palin attack of trying to move the capital from the most beautiful place in Alaska."

- Peter Francillon

"Juneau has been an island since the canal was built in 1972."

- Annette Barber

"I just moved here from Minnesota and my favorite thing about Juneau is the glacier."

- Sam

Next question: Do you feel there is a need for more community activities in Juneau? If so, what are they?

Answer online at juneaublogger.com/sidewalk


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