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Sarah Crawford Isto was born and raised in Fairbanks and practiced medicine in Juneau for twenty years. Now retired, she continues to live and write in Juneau. She is the author of Good Company: A Mining Family in Fairbanks, Alaska.Review:
“The Fur Farms of Alaska is a terrific book well worth the time of scholars and general readers.” (Ross Coen, University of Washington The Northern Review)
"The Fur Farms of Alaska represents the best in local history. Intended for a general audience, it is a useful source for Alaska’seconomic history, those who are interested in the fur industry, and those with antiquarian interests in Alaska’s rich history." (John W. heaton Pacific Historical Review)
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