Alaska's First Bush Pilots, 1923-30: And The Winter In Siberia For Eielson and Borland

Alaska's First Bush Pilots, 1923-30: And The Winter In Siberia For Eielson and Borland

This book follows the careers of Alaska's pioneering pilots, who, with cranky open-cockpit biplanes, started the great change in Alaska's way of travel. Aviation first arrived at Fairbanks, the trade center of mainland Alaska, from which dog sled trails spider-web to mines, villages, and trap-lines. During winters, goods and people traveled mostly by dog sled. During the summer of 1923 Ben Eielson was the first to fly commercially from Fairbanks, ferrying passengers… (more)

Available Offer  


$ 19.95 For EPUB icon EPUB Unlimited, 1 at a time


Quantity :   

License

Total Loans Concurent Loans Lifetime Maximum lending period
Unlimited 1 loans Unlimited 59 days

Protection

Protection Number of Devices Copy/Paste Print
ACS4 6 loans false false

Book Details  


Publisher: Alaska Northwest Books (January 14, 2014)

Parent ISBN: 9780882409320

Page count: 276 pages

Language: English


Look for similar items  


>
>
>
>
>
>