Yesterday's News

October 5, 1923 – The Alaskan products from the date of purchase of the Territory by the United States until January 1, 1923 aggregated in value of $1,113,355,813, scoring to figures recently compiled by Seattle authorities. Products of the fisheries and allied industries during the entire period exceeded those of the mines by about $2,000,000. The value of the products of the salmon fisheries leads all other Alaskan exports for the period covered, being almost one-half billion dollars. Gold is in the second place, approximately $130,000,000 less than salmon. Copper is in the third place, more...

 

Reader Comments(0)

 
 
Rendered 07/21/2024 14:35