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★ Buildings and structures in Seward, Alaska




                                     

★ Buildings and structures in Seward, Alaska

  • Street in Seward Alaska United States, is a historic building that served as a telegraph office that connected Seward with communications in the rest
  • The Seward Depot, also known as the Seward Station, is a former rail depot in Seward Alaska United States. The depot was constructed in 1917 at what
  • Street in Seward Alaska United States. The first Episcopal services in Seward were held in 1904 by a priest from Valdez. The church building was constructed
  • historic multipurpose commercial and civic building at 307 Adams Street in Seward Alaska United States. The building was originally constructed as an
  • Swetmann Avenue in Seward Alaska United States. It was operated by the United Methodist Church from its opening in 1926 until the building suffered damage
  • a general store in Seward Alaska It was founded in 1904 to serve the town and those constructing of the Alaska Central Railroad, and has been the oldest
  • central business district of Seward a city in Kenai Peninsula Borough of the U.S. state of Alaska This airport is included in the FAA s National Plan of
  • control project located in Seward Alaska United States. The project was constructed to alleviate flooding of Lowell Creek in Seward It was the first flood
  • Ballaine House is a historic homestead in Seward Alaska United States. The home was built in 1905 by prominent Seward businessman Frank Ballaine. Frank was
                                     
  • shores of Resurrection Bay in Seward in the U.S. state of Alaska Open since May 2, 1998, it is dedicated to understanding and maintaining the integrity
  • Swetmann House and Gerhard Stucco Johnson House, is a historic residence at 325 5th Avenue in Seward Alaska The house was constructed in 1916 and was originally
  • Fort William H. Seward also known as Chilkoot Barracks and Haines Mission, is a site at Port Chilkoot in Haines Borough, Alaska about 0.5 miles 0.80 km
  • earthquake and Good Friday earthquake, occurred at 5: 36 PM AKST on Good Friday, March 27. Across south - central Alaska ground fissures, collapsing structures and
  • Seward Alaska in the Placer River Valley, Kenai Peninsula. The tunnel was dug in 1906 and served the Alaska Central Railroad and later the Alaska Railroad
  • locally as The Penney Building was effectively destroyed during the 1964 Alaska earthquake. It was one of the larger buildings in Anchorage to fall due
  • district of Sitka, Alaska Two of the buildings are 1 - 1 2 story frame cottages, while the third 206 Seward also known as the Murray Flats and the Baranof
  • Alaska Purchase also known as Seward s Folly with the Russians in 1867 for 7.2 million. Alaska was loosely governed by the military initially, and
  • Breweries in Alaska produce a wide range of beers in different styles that are marketed locally, regionally, and nationally. In 2012, Alaska s 21 breweries
                                     
  • as Seward s folly, Seward s icebox, and Walrussia. In 1888, gold was discovered along Turnagain Arm just south of modern - day Anchorage. Alaska became
  • Alaska The two buildings that dominate the town were built after World War II. The 14 - story Hodge Building renamed Begich Towers was completed in 1957
  • headquarters in Soldotna with posts in Anchor Point, Cooper Landing, Girdwood, Ninilchik, Seward Soldotna The Alaska Bureau of Highway Patrol s ABHP
  • H. Seward originally erected for the fair, now stands in Volunteer Park. William Boeing, founder of Boeing, stated that it was during the Alaska Yukon Pacific
  • the town was isolated, as the Seward Highway wasn t completed until 1951, a significant concentration of its early buildings survive. The district was listed
  • possessions in North America. At the instigation of U.S. Secretary of State William Seward the United States Senate approved the purchase of Alaska from Russia
  • and universities in Alaska This list also includes other educational institutions providing higher education, meaning tertiary, quaternary, and in some
  • Natchisrvik is a city in Nome Census Area, Alaska United States. The population was 190 at the 2010 census, down from 203 in 2000. The city is an Igaluiŋmuit
  • Providence Alaska Medical Center, Anchorage Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center, Kodiak Providence Seward Medical and Care Center, Seward Samuel Simmonds
  • Buildings and structures in Alaska commons: Category: Buildings and structures in Alaska Capital of the State of Alaska Capitol of the State of Alaska commons: Category: Alaska
  • Alaska Nellie s Homestead, located at Mile 23 of the Seward Highway in Kenai Peninsula Borough, Alaska is the former homestead of Nellie Neal Lawing.
                                     
  • The Board of Road Commissioners for Alaska more commonly known as the Alaska Road Commission or ARC, was created in 1905 as a board of the U.S. War Department

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