Diary of John Nevin King, March 1858-March 1859
John Nevin King's diary documents his time serving on the Northwest Boundary Survey in Alaska in the late 1850s. The diary offers descriptions of the boundary project as well as depictions of life in Alaska. He discusses the land, ecology, and weather conditions. He also references the Native American and Russian populations living in Alaska during this time.
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