Pioneers of Alaska
Originally restricted to white males who entered Alaska before 1900, the organization today has about 5000 members, who must be residents of Alaska for at least 20 years to be eligible to join. Once led by men, women became eligible for all leadership positions in 2012.
- "History of the Pioneers of Alaska". Pioneers of Alaska.
- Official website
- Schwartz, Dan (September 24, 2012). "Women gain an equal role in Pioneers of Alaska". Peninsula Clarion. Kenai, Alaska. Retrieved December 26, 2013.
- Smetzer, Mary Beth (March 8, 2011). 2011 "2011 Pioneers of Alaska regents both history fans" Check
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- Mackenzie, B. B. (2012). Alaska Curiosities: Quirky Characters, Roadside Oddities & Other Offbeat Stuff. Globe Pequot. ISBN 9780762794607.
- "PIONEER PARK: Alaska's Only Historic Theme Park". Fairbanks North Star Borough Parks Recreation Department. 2007–2008.
- "Pioneer Museum & Big Stampede Show". ExploreFairbanks.com. Fairbanks Convention and Visitors Bureau.
- Chase, Will H. (1951). Pioneers of Alaska - The Trail Blazers of Bygone Days. Kansas City: Burton Publishing Company. 203 pp.
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