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Small library, big state: Alaska collections in the Scott Polar Research Institute Library and Archives

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  • ClockFriday 13 September 2019, 10:00-16:00
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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Charlotte Connelly.

Drop in, no need to book

This self guided tour will introduce visitors to the diverse range of materials on Alaska selected from the Library and Thomas H. Manning Archives’ collections. Items on display will include books on wildlife in the USA ’s most sparsely populated state, the Alaskan pipeline, permafrost, Inuit art and culture, together with maps and archival materials on the exploration of Alaska.

The tour coincides with the Polar Museum’s latest exhibition: Tikagaq | Point Hope – life on the North Slope.

This talk is part of the Polar Museum public events series.

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