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  • Murmur Exhibit
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    Murmur Exhibit

    A pingo is a geological creation found only in the Arctic’s highest latitudes. Adam Baldwin, director of Community Partnerships and Outreach at Anchorage Museum, toured the Murmur exhibit, which uses art and…

  • emAlaska Centennialem
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    Alaska Centennial

    The U.S. Army produced this film to mark the centennial of the Alaska Purchase. It includes a reenactment of the October 18, 1867, ceremony in Sitka, Alaska, when the Russian flag was lowered and the…

  • emEskimo Hunters Northwestern Alaskaem
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    Eskimo Hunters, Northwestern Alaska

    The lives of indigenous people living in the village of Point Hope on the remote Arctic Ocean coast of Alaska are detailed through the narration of a young boy. This United World Films production was…

  • emShe Has Her Mothers Laughem
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    She Has Her Mother's Laugh

    Carl Zimmer looked at heredity, biomedical technology, and the ethics of scientific intervention.

  • emAlaskas Silver Millionsem
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    Alaska's Silver Millions

    This educational film is narrated by Father Bernard Hubbard, a geologist and Jesuit priest who popularized the Alaska wilderness from the 1920s through the 1950s with lectures, magazine articles and films.…

  • emAlaska A Modern Frontierem
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    Alaska, A Modern Frontier

    This educational film surveys the territory of Alaska in the late 1940s, featuring industries, transportation, geography, and the people before it became a state on January 3, 1959.

  • Monetary Policy and the Economy
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    Federal Reserve Chair Powell on Monetary Report

    Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell delivered the central bank’s semiannual monetary policy report. He also answered senators' questions on a variety of aspects of the American economy and the…

  • emThe Bone and Sinew of the Landem
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    The Bone and Sinew of the Land

    Anna-Lisa Cox recalled America’s black pioneers and the frontier they settled in the Northwest Territory prior to the Civil War.

  • CSPAN Explores History of Gold Mining in Alaska
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    Mining in Alaska

    Miners rushed to Fairbanks after the discovery of gold in 1902. Dexter Coleman, a former prospector, shared the history of mining in the area and the various tools and techniques used to extract gold from…

  • emAmazing Pipeline Storiesem
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    Amazing Pipeline Stories

    Built from 1974-1977, the Trans-Alaska Pipeline runs 800 miles from the state’s North Slope to Valdez and has since funneled close to 17 billion barrels of oil. Dermot Cole shared the history of the pipeline…

  • Ladd Army Air Force Base During World War II
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    Ladd Army Air Force Base During World War II

    During World War II, Ladd Army Airfield in Fairbanks was a hub for the lend-lease policy between the U.S. and Russia. Ladd Army Air Field historian Mike Ferguson explained how thousands of American plans,…

  • TransAlaska Pipeline
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    Trans-Alaska Pipeline

    The Trans-Alaska Pipeline stretches 420 miles across Alaska from Prudhoe Bay to Valdez, Alaska. Betsy Haines, Alyeska Pipeline’s Vice President of Risk and Technical Support, explained the challenges of…

  • CSPAN Explores Native Alaskan Culture
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    Smithsonian Arctic Studies Center

    The Smithsonian Arctic Studies Center in Anchorage highlights hundreds of indigenous Alaskan Native artifacts. Director Aron Crowell explained what it means to have these cultural and historical treasures on…

  • Representative Mike Conaway and Ron Kirk on Trade Policy and Taxes
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    Representative Mike Conaway and Ron Kirk on Trade Policy and Taxes

    House Agriculture Chair Mike Conaway (R-TX) and former U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk talked about trade policy and taxes. They were interviewed separately by Mike Allen at an Axios360…

  • Ted Stevens Foundation
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    Ted Stevens Foundation

    Alaska Senator Ted Stevens was once the longest-serving Republican member of the U.S. Congress. Senator Stevens served from 1968-2009. Karina Waller, executive director of the Ted Stevens Foundation, highlighted…

  • emA New Realityem
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    A New Reality

    Psychiatrist Jonathan Salk, son of polio vaccine developer Jonas Salk, shared updated thoughts on world population and how it will affect the political and social climate.

  • Chattanooga Mayor on Tax and Trade Policy
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    Chattanooga Mayor on Tax and Trade Policy

    Andy Berke, the mayor of Chattanooga, Tennessee, talked about the impact of trade and tax policy on small businesses and communities. He was interviewed by Mike Allen at an Axios360…

  • Alaska State Capitol
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    Alaska State Capitol

    Juneau is the capital of Alaska. The capitol building was completed in 1931 and housed the Federal and Territorial government until statehood in 1959. Alaska architect and chair of the Alaska Committee Wayne…

  • Agriculture Secretary Perdue Says US Close to Trade Deal with Mexico Canada
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    Agriculture Secretary Perdue on Tax and Trade Policy

    Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue talked about trade policy and taxes. He was interviewed by Mike Allen at an Axios360 Hometown Tour focusing on heartland issues. The secretary said he…

  • Colonization of Alaska
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    Colonization of Alaska

    Russians colonized Alaska in 1741 to utilize the region’s natural resources. The United States purchased the land from Russia 126 years later. Alaska State Museum’s Curator of Collections Steven Henrikson…

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