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Why was it named Prince William Sound?

I got curious about who Prince William Sound is named for. Obviously Prince William! Let’s take a look at which prince named William it was. Okay I know it’s not Prince William, Duke of Cambridge – you know Princess Diana’s son. 1,146 more words

Exxon Valdez...Disaster in Paradise

Today in History, March 24, 1989:

The Exxon Valdez, an oil tanker which had just filled up and was headed through Prince William Sound, Alaska, runs aground on Bligh Reef. 159 more words

Spring Break, 2018!

By Sean Zumwalt

Spring Break, the period of time where universities take time off and is frequently accompanied by riotous gatherings and parties in warmer climates. 1,383 more words

A Dinty Moore Thanksgiving

Part of my adventurous second career operating a water taxi and tour business in Prince William Sound was running deer hunter transport charters out of Whittier in the fall.  1,863 more words

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A Calling Evolves

As I have grown older, I have become increasingly aware that my interest in nature is a big part of who I am. At age 81, I’m inspired to continue writing, including finishing projects that I planned for and started years ago, culminating for now with this blog. 3,097 more words

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Boat warfare

Even in a state famous for it fish wars, a violent collision between three commercial-salmon fishing boats in Prince William Sound that left a crewman seriously injured in the summer of 2016 has attracted more than its share of attention. 500 more words

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Critical Theory and the Anthropology of Heritage Landscapes

“Cutting-edge. Builds on innovative fieldwork across three continents to offer a sophisticated take on the political and cultural complexities of landscapes exploited by resource-extraction industries.”—Laurajane Smith, author of  256 more words

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