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Historic Alaska newsreels spotlight Last Frontier during territorial days

April 20, 2014 - 10:33pm -- benanderson
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Newly-released historic footage of Alaska during its territorial days includes a 1932 silent film of grizzly bears frolicking in salmon streams, Mount Spurr erupting in 1953, and military training in the "lonely land" of the Last Frontier.

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