My life is Intricate. A series of starts, incompletes and finishes. A work still in progress; a sailboat moving forward through calm and storm. Moving forward, yet leaving a wake behind. A life of memories and a future of hope.
Alaska officially became the 49th state in 1959, before that it was a territory, a wild place, the Last Frontier, and the men and women who lived there prior to statehood are the main characters of Sourdough Starter. Their unique stories and adventures are a window into a world of everyday experiences seldom told until now. If you are curious about life in the Last Frontier, this is the book for you.
These stories are transcribed from interviews with 27 men and woman from all walks of life, native and non-native, that were published in the states largest newspaper, the "Anchorage Daily News". Sourdough Starter is the kind of book you have always been looking for. It's like sitting at the kitchen table, having a cup of coffee or tea, with the men and women of Alaska personally telling you their stories. It's about genuine lives, true stories, and actual people, sharing with you, how life was and is in the 49th state.
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