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Re: How did Mt. Roberts get it's name?
Posted by: bob palmer Date: April 03, 2000 at 18:35:21
In Reply to: How did Mt. Roberts get it's name? by Ken Roberts of 2383

The Mount Roberts above Juneau was reportedly named for Henry Roberts. He had a number of mining claims at the foot of the mountin in 1883. This came from the Dictionary of Alaska Place Names.


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