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Airships over the Klondike

Prospectors headed to the 1897 gold rush in Alaska had to bring tons of provisions with them. Some imagined the possibility of airships carrying freight and gold back and forth to the Klondike, and suddenly, airships were being "seen" all over the world.

Seattle's Ramps to Nowhere

Bustling Seattle was building one freeway after another in the 1960s and 70s. One was going to slice right through the Washington Park Arboretum, until citizen activists stopped it in its tracks.

 

 

History Stands Still for No One

Just because you've done a history segment doesn't mean the story is over! Join host Knute Berger as he answers reader mail, uncovers new details from the past and offers commentary about the region's most intriguing stories

 

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