May 13th 2013adminUncategorized
The history of Alaska is partly written in the thousand mile plus Iditarod Trail which connects Seward to Nome. The trail is most famous these days because of the dog sled race held annually each March. The race, which was started in the 1970s, was an effort to both gain recognition for the trail as a piece of important history, and to honor the role that sled dogs played in Alaskan history.
The trail was used in the early days during Continue Reading »