Category Archives: History
On June 11, 2010, alert reader Bob Sutherland provided research that solved a odd mystery as to why we could not figure our where the 5th original Arctic Brotherhood Camp was located. His research was so outstanding that we thought
Alert reader, Bob Sutherland, found a very interesting 1909 Dawson Daily News article that revealed turmoil in the A-B Organization regarding the 1909 Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition. It seems the infighting revolved around two factions.
Found & bought this A-B related post card on E-bay. The front photo is of the Arctic Brotherhood building built as an exhibit for the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition hosted in
The first thing these guys did when starting a new chapter was build a Hall (clubhouse). A few survived. You gotta love their priorities.
Jerry Lake found a website for the Gilpatrict Hotel Chitina in Chitina, AK that claims it was built in 1914 as an A-B Hall. No verification as of yet or a Camp No.