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Alaska Heritage Museum At Wells Fargo

Alaska Heritage Museum At Wells Fargo

Housed in a historic bank, this museum pays particular attention to the impact and involvement of Wells Fargo in the Alaskan Gold Rush.

The Alaskan Gold Rush of the late 19th century attracted many people to the territory and led to its economic development and eventual statehood in 1959. This museum displays the largest private collection of native Alaskan artifacts and fine art by Alaskan artists.

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