A Sequel and a Revised Edition New from Lynn Canal Publishing
Coming soon, from Lynn Canal Publishing, a new edition to Skagway and the sequel to Nowhere Else to Go, but Dyea.

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In this sequel to Nowhere Else to Go, but Dyea, we find transplanted white collar ex-convict Henry Stillwater with his poker-playing fellow "felons" in the middle of a mystery in the historic ghost town of Dyea (pronounced Di-eee).


 
In this book of stories and photographs, the rich history of this area and its people is chronicled through that new century, and into the next. This revised edition contains a chapter of new historical features written since the first edition appeared in 2013, covering the community's hospitals and health care, historic adventure clubs, entertainment and film history, the World War I years, and a rare interview with a man connected to the demise of Soapy Smith.
Past and Present Combine in New Documentary Media Title


A new and inspiring compilation of a lifetime of documenting the city's heritage by Seattle public historian, Paul Dorpat, is coming to print October 28, 2018. The most compelling and essential of Paul's 1,800 photo-history columns for the Sunday magazine of The Seattle Times. Each stunning "then" image is paired with a new, matching full-color "now" photographed by Jean Sherrard.

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New Travel Guides from Coastal Publishing
Available now from Joe Upton and Aftershocks media, Coastal Publishing has released Joe Upton's Pocket Guide to Alaska Cruise Ports and The Inside Passage Companion.

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A detailed guide for Inside Passage travelers and Alaska cruise passengers.



An insider's guide to Alaska Inside Passage cruise ports, Joe Upton's Pocket Guide to Alaska Cruise Ports details the various major ports along the Inside Passage. In between these ports are an intricate maze of waterways that allow even a small boat to travel the 600 miles between Seattle and the Alaska border.