1. Searching for Fannie Quig...

With the new film “Into the Wild” hitting the big screen, I paused to reflect that the bus where McCandless died is only about 100 miles from where Fannie not only survived, but perfected her wilderness lifestyle over ...

2. King Con The Story of ...

In the first full biography of the notorious con man Soapy Smith in more than forty years, Alaskan historian Jane Haigh chronicles the rise to power of a man without a conscience. Starting as a street corner shell game...

3. Gold Rush Women

Jane and Claire Rudolf Murphy spent three years researching the stories in their first book together, Gold Rush Women , (Alaska Northwest Books, 1997.) You can see many of their stories in the Threads of Gold Exhibit...

4. Gold Rush Dogs

In the process of photo research, Jane remembered the many named photos of dogs in the north, Struck by the general affection and enthusiasm that people had for their dogs, Jane  persuaded Claire to complete the series...
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Gold Rush Dogs

In the process of photo research, Jane remembered the many named photos of dogs in the north, Struck by the general affection and enthusiasm that people had for their dogs, Jane persuaded Claire to complete the series with Gold Rush Dogs, (Alaska Northwest Books 2001.)

Jane has also published two photo histories,

Denali Early Photographs and the Alaska Highway: An Historic Photographic Journey, both from Friday 501 Books

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