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Learn about Project Jukebox : Nov 18 @ 7:00pm

Learn about Project JukeboxAlaska's oral history has been actively captured on topics ranging from mushing, to the railroads, to pioneer aviators, etc.

How can YOU find that information? Whose stories have been captured? Where can YOU access those oral histories, in print or on the internet?

Attend the free, public, Tanana-Yukon Historical Society November lecture, this Wednesday, Nov. 18th, 7 p.m. in Pioneer Hall in Pioneer Park to meet and hear Leslie McCartney, Curator of Oral History @ the UAF Rasmuson Library discuss "Project Jukebox" and the hundreds of statewide interviews deposited there.

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