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October 24, 2019



October 23, 1919

The merchants of Wrangell have been busy the past week outfitting loggers and trappers. In view of the shortage in many American furs, as well as in certain of the foreign pelts, it is expected that the prices of fur this coming season will be higher than at any time in the history of the fur business.

October 20, 1944

After seven years as superintendent of Wrangell Institute, George T. Barrett, accompanied by his wife and three children, left this week. Since coming to Wrangell, Barrett increased the enrollment from 50 students to 200. During that time many physical imp...



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