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Print size: 14" x 18"
Image size: 11 ⅞" x 14 ½"
AKA: Log Cabin Church
Editor's note: the Log Cabin Church was on 3rd & Main Streets; it was also used as a school and brewery. The Log Cabin on 3rd & Seward is a replica of it. Illustrated in the book Juneau: A Book of Woodcuts.
Time was passing. The men began to bring in their women and children. The mining camp became a town. The big mines with their nozzles and sluices took over, and the pick and shovel miners, working for themselves, became fewer and fewer as more and more men went to work in the big mines. Eventually the Treadwell mine employed hundreds of men in its big, open Glory Hole. It was said in Juneau that every day a man died in the mines.
In that first ten years schools and churches were built.
Original price: $30.00