Archives and Special Collections
Alaska State Library, Juneau
Alaska State Museum, Juneau
Alaska State Archives, Juneau
Anchorage Museum of History and Art, Anchorage
Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven
Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona, Tucson
Curt Teich Postcard Archives, Wauconda, Illinois
Heritage Library and Museum, Anchorage
Isabel Miller Museum, Sitka Historical Society, Sitka
Kettleson Library, Sitka
Museum of History and Industry, Seattle
National Archives and Records Administration, San Bruno, California
National Archives and Records Administration, Anchorage, Alaska
National Archives and Records Administration, College Park, Maryland
Presbyterian Historical Society, Philadelphia
Seattle Public Library, Seattle
Sitka National Historical Park Archives, Sitka
Stratton Library, Sheldon Jackson College, Sitka
Suzzallo-Allen Library, Special Collections, University of Washington, Seattle
Tongass Historical Museum, Ketchikan
U.S. Marine Corps History Center, Washington, D.C.
Washington State Historical Society, Tacoma
Alaska Daily Empire (Juneau): From microfilm, Alaska State Library
Alaska Weekly (Seattle): From microfilm, Alaska State Library
Daily Sitka Sentinel (Sitka): Kettleson Library
The Alaskan (Sitka): From microfilm, Kettleson Library, Sitka
The North Star (Sitka): Stratton Library, Sheldon Jackson College, Sitka
The Thlinget (Sitka): Stratton Library, Sheldon Jackson College, Sitka
The Verstovian (Sitka): Stratton Library, Sheldon Jackson College, Sitka
William Brady (Southeast Alaska Indian Cultural Center Oral History Project)
Nancy Yaw Davis (Sitka Jukebox Project, 1999)
George Hall (Sitka Jukebox Project, 1999)
Ellen Hope Hays (SEAICC Oral History Project, Sitka Jukebox Project 1999)
Mark Jacobs Jr. (Sitka Jukebox Project, 1999)
Cyrus Peck Sr. (SEAICC Oral History Project)
Al Perkins (Sitka Jukebox Project, 1999)
Gil Truitt (SEAICC Oral History Project, Sitka Jukebox Project 1999)
Alaska Geographic Society. "World War II in Alaska". Alaska Geographic, Volume 22, Number 4. Anchorage. 1995.
Allabach, Sarah. Mission 66 Visitor Centers: The History of a Building Type. Draft report. National Park Service, Park Historic Structures and Cultural Landscapes Program, Washington D.C., May 1999.
Anchorage Historical and Fine Arts Museum. Henry Wood Elliott: 1846-1930, a Retrospective Exhibition. Catalog for an exhibition at Anchorage Historical and Fine Arts Museum and Alaska State Museum, Juneau, May-September 1982.
Andrews, Clarence L. The Pioneers and the Nuggets of Verse They Panned from the Gravels of the Past, 1937.
Antonson, Joan M. and William S. Hanable. Administrative History of Sitka National Historical Park. National Park Service, Alaska Regional Office, Anchorage, 1987.
Arctic Brotherhood. Petition to President Taft, 1908. Sitka National Historical Park archives, Sitka.
Betts, Robert C. Archaeological Overview and Assessment, Sitka National Historical Park. Report prepared under contract for the National Park Service. Vanguard Research, Sand Point, Idaho, 1999.
Burroughs, John and John Muir et al. Alaska, The Harriman Expedition, 1899. Reprinted by Dover Publications Inc., New York.
Carlton, Rosemary. Sheldon Jackson the Collector. Alaska State Museums, Juneau and Sitka, 1999.
Chambers, Scott. "Elbridge Warren Merrill" In: The Alaska Journal, Vol. 7, no. 15, Summer 1977.
Chaney, Gregory P., Betts, Robert C., and Dee Longenbaugh. Physical and Cultural Landscapes of Sitka National Historical Park, Sitka, Alaska. Report prepared under contract for the National Park Service. Vanguard Research, Douglas, Alaska, 1995.
Cloyd, Paul C. Historic Structure Reports for House 105 and the Old School; Administrative, Physical History and Analysis Sections, Sitka National Historical Park, Alaska. National Park Service, Denver Service Center, 1983.
Cohen, Stan. The Forgotten War. Pictorial Histories Publishing Company, Montana, 1981.
Cohen, Stan. The Forgotten War (Volume Two). Pictorial Histories Publishing Company, Montana, 1988.
Cohen, Stan B. The Forgotten War (Volume Three). Pictorial Histories Publishing Company, Montana, 1992.
________. Historic Structure Report, Administrative and Architectural Data Sections, Russian Bishop's House, Sitka National Historical Park, Alaska. National Park Service, Denver Service Center. 1982.
Cole, Douglas. Captured Heritage: The Scramble for Northwest Coast Artifacts. University of Washington Press, Seattle, 1985.
Collis, Mrs. Septima Maria. A Woman's Trip to Alaska: Being an Account of a Voyage Through the Inland Seas of the Sitkan Archipelago in 1890. Cassell Publishing, New York, 1890.
Curt Teich Postcard Archives. "Curt Teich Postcard Archives Geographic Index". Lake County Museum, Wauconda, Illinois, n.d.
_______. "Guide to Dating Curt Teich Postcards". Lake County Museum, Wauconda, Illinois, n.d.
Dauenhauer, Nora and Richard Dauenhauer. Haa Shuka, Our Ancestors: Tlingit Oral Narratives. Sealaska Heritage Foundation, Juneau, and University of Washington Press, Seattle, 1987.
_______. Haa Tuwun. Shaa Tuwunaagu Yis: For Healing Our Spirit. Tlingit Oratory. University of Washington Press, Seattle, and Sealaska Heritage Foundation, Juneau, 1990.
_______. Haa Kusteeyi: Our Culture: Tlingit Life Stories. University of Washington Press, Seattle, and Sealaska Heritage Foundation, Juneau, 1994.
Davis, Carol Beery. Alaska Driftwood. Big Mountain Press, Denver. 1953.
DeArmond, R.N. "The Haleys and Silver Bay (Part 21)". Around and About Sitka column, Daily Sitka Sentinel, September 4, 1997.
_______. "The Sawmills of Sitka (Part 3)". Around and About Sitka column, Daily Sitka Sentinel, August 21, 1997.
______. From Sitka's Past. Sitka Historical Society, Sitka, Alaska. 1995.
______. A Sitka Chronology: 1867-1987. Sitka, 1993.
________. "Graphic Artists in Sitka". Annual meeting of the Alaska Historical Society, Sitka, AK. 1989.
_______. Lady Franklin Visits Sitka, Alaska 1870: The Journal of Sophia Cracroft, Sir John Franklin's Niece. R.N. DeArmond, Editor. The Alaska Historical Society, Anchorage, 1981.
_______. Subject Index to the Alaskan 1885-1907: a Sitka Newspaper. Alaska State Library History Monograph Number 3. Gastineau Channel Centennial Association and Alaska Division of State Libraries, 1974.
DeRoux, Kenneth. The Gentle Craft: Watercolor Views of Alaska, 1778-1974. Alaska State Museum, Juneau. 1990.
Doll, Alexander and R.A. Pierce. "Songs of Russian America," Alaska Review, Spring/Summer 1970.
Drucker, Philip. The Native Brotherhoods: Modern Intertribal Organizations on the Northwest Coast. Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 168. Washington D.C., 1958.
Feldman, Richard D. "The Golden Hill Totem Pole of Indianapolis," American Indian Art Magazine, Spring 1996.
Gmelch, Sharon Bohn. "Elbridge Warren Merrill of Sitka, Alaska." In: History of Photography, Vol. 19, No. 2, Summer 1995.
Goetzmann, Wm. H. and Kay Sloan. Looking Far North: The Harriman Expedition to Alaska, 1899. Viking Press, NY, 1982.
Government Land Office. Mission plat, 1923. Sitka National Historical Park archives, Sitka.
Grainger, John H. Directory, Alaska Postcards 1897-1940. Tongass Publishing, Ketchikan, 1992.
_____. Unpublished manuscript sections titled: "Photo Postcards," "The Making of a Postcard," and "Day into Night." On file in Sitka National Historical Park archives.
Henry, John Frazier. Early Maritime Artists of the Pacific Northwest Coast. University of Washington Press, Seattle, 1984.
Hinckley, Ted C. The Canoe Rocks:: Alaska's Tlingit and the Euramerican Frontier, 1800-1912. University Press of America, Inc, Lanham, Maryland, 1996.
_______. "The Inside Passage: A Popular Guilded Age Tour." Pacific Northwest Quarterly, April 1965.
Hoagland, Alison K. Buildings of Alaska. Society of Architectural Historians, Buildings of the United States series. Oxford University Press, New York, 1993.
Hope, Andrew III. Founders of the Alaska Native Brotherhood. Sitka, Alaska, 1975.
Houston, Bonnie. "Sitka National Historic Monument Land Use History: 1939-1945." Manuscript on file, National Park Service, Alaska System Support Office, Anchorage, 1995.
James, Bushrod W. Sitka and its Lovely Excursion Grounds. Reprinted in The Alaskan, April 12, 1890.
________. Alaska: Its Neglected Past, Its Brilliant Future. Philadelphia, 1897.
Jimerson, Randall C. Reference Guide to Manuscript Group S1206: The John G. Brady Papers. Beinecke Library, Yale University. November 1978.
Keller, Robert and Michael Turek. American Indians and National Parks. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, 1998.
Kenealy, Maurice E. and Walter B. Porter. Poems on Alaska: The Land of the Midnight Sun. Alaska Print, Sitka, 1891.
Knapp, Marilyn, editor. Carved History: The Totem Poles and Houseposts of Sitka National Historical Park. Alaska Natural History Association, 1992.
Kyllingstad, Henry C. "A Glimpse into Sitka's History Through the Photography of E.W. Merrill". Sheldon Jackson College, Sitka, 1989.
Minnick, Al. "Getting Immigrants Our Way: Alaskan Art and Architecture at the Louisiana Purchase Centennial Exposition, St. Louis, Missouri, 1904." Manuscript on file at the Anchorage Museum of History and Art (T.J. Richardson file), Anchorage, n.d.
Muir, John, Travels in Alaska. Boston, 1915.
Nash, Roderick. Tourism, Parks and the Wilderness Idea in the History of Alaska. "Alaska In Perspective" series, Volume IV, Number 1. The Alaska Historical Commission and The Alaska Historical Society, Anchorage, 1981.
National Park Service. General Management Plan: Sitka National Historical Park, Alaska, 1998.
_______. Historic Listing of National Park Service Officials, 1991.
Nicholson, Mary C., coordinator. Alaska Newspapers on Microfilm: 1866-1998. Alaska Newspaper Project, Alaska State Library, Juneau. Alaska State Library and University of Alaska Fairbanks, 1998.
Noonan, D.A. Alaska, Land of Now. Seattle, Wash., 1923.
Norris, Frank. Gawking at the Midnight Sun: The Tourist in Early Alaska. Alaska Historical Commission Studies in History No. 170, Anchorage, 1985.
Peck, Cyrus E. The Tides People: Tlingit Indians of Southeast Alaska. Juneau Douglas High School, Juneau, Alaska, 1986.
Peterson, Margaret, and Frances Lunas, editors. Historical Houses in Sitka. Arrowhead Press, Sitka, 1978.
Pierce, Richard A. and Alton S. Donnelly, translator/editor. A History of the Russian American Company by P.A. Tikhmenev. University of Washington Press, Seattle, 1978.
Poetry Society of Alaska, Inc. One Hundred Years of Alaska Poetry. Big Mountain Press, Denver, 1966.
Rakestraw, Lawrence. A History of the United States Forest Service in Alaska. United States Department of Agriculture, 1994.
Rothman, Hal. America's National Monuments: The Politics of Preservation. University Press of Kansas, 1989.
Saanaheit, Chief to Governor Brady, July 28, 1901. RG101 File: "Misc 1901-1903 (3)", letter 59, Alaska State Archive, Juneau. See also letter number 58, W.L. Barnard to Governor Brady, July 28, 1901.
Scherer, Judith. Videotaped lecture on the history of the Brady totem pole collection. Presented at the 1997 annual meeting of the Sitka Historical Society. Video tape on file at Sitka National Historical Park archives (catalog #224). October 1995.
Scidmore, Eliza Ruhamah. Alaska: Its Southern Coast and the Sitka Archipelago. Journeys in Alaska. 1885.
_______. Appleton's Guide-Book to Alaska and the Northwest Coast. Appleton and Company, New York, 1893.
Shadbolt, Doris. Emily Carr. Douglas and McIntyre. Vancouver and Toronto, 1990.
Smith-Middleton, Holly and Arnold Alanen. Impressions of Indian River: A Landscape History of Sitka National Historical Park. National Park Service, Alaska Support Office, Anchorage, 1998.
Strand, Martin. "The John Newell House" In: Historical Houses in Sitka, edited by Margaret Peterson and Frances Lunas. Arrowhead Press, Sitka, 1978.
Theodoratus, Dorothy and Mildred Kolander, et al. Sitka Tribe of Alaska Historic Preservation Plan, Sitka Tribe of Alaska, Sitka, 1995.
Thomas, Edith Lucretia Richmond. A Night in Sitka, Alaska: Tales told in Verse. Harbinger House, New York, 1948.
Thornton, Thomas F., with Fred Hope. Traditional Tlingit Use of Sitka National Historical Park. Report prepared under contract for the National Park Service, 1998.
Truitt, Gilbert. "Map of the Mission Cottage Settlement". Hand-drawn original map, Redrawn in: Traditional Tlingit Use of Sitka National Historical Park (Thornton 1998).
Woodman, Abby Johnson. Picturesque Alaska: A Journal of a Tour Among the Mountains, Seas, and Islands of the Northwest from San Francisco to Sitka. Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1889.
Woodman, Kessler E. Painting in the North. Anchorage Museum of History and Art, Anchorage, 1993.
Wyatt, Victoria. Images from the Inside Passage: An Alaskan Portrait by Winter and Pond. University of Washington Press, Seattle, 1989.
_______. "Totem Poles in St. Louis: Governor Brady Transported Alaskan Totem Poles to the St. Louis Exposition of 1904 In: Transportation in Alaska's Past. Alaska Historical Society, 1982.
Last Updated: 20-Feb-2012