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Learn the history and culture of the 1800's-1900's, while seeing the buildings and boardwalks!
Hear about the struggles of frontier women who lived in the colorful days of prohibition and helped make Alaska as we know it today while accompanied by
Victorian costumed guides and escorts!
Bringing a little piece of the past to the present!
The city's colorful history is highlighted by several local attractions, including Creek Street, a former red light district, and Dolly's House, the brothel of the street's most famous madam. (The lives of Dolly and other women of her profession during the gold rush are chronicled in Good Time Girls, by journalist Lael Morgan, Epicenter Press, Seattle, 1998. Morgan, former chair of the Journalism Department at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, has written extensively about Alaska for numerous publications.)
LOADS OF INFO ON KETCHIKAN AND VICTORIAN
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Special thanks to Williams & Clan Forest Improvements
include:Unique walking tours, meet the locals and hear the stories first hand,
hotel, motel, saloons, shopping, bear guides, air tours, bus tours, dining,
restaurants, bed and breakfasts, museums, totem parks, totems, native American
sites,Tongass national forest, rain forest, whale watching, boating, fishing,
Dolly's house, Creek street, much more!