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Return to:   "Alaska-Canada Boundary Dispute - Alaska and Canada's shared boundary, the longest undefended border in the world, was first established with the Anglo-Russian Treaty of 1825."

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The monument on the shore of the Arctic Ocean, 1,200 miles from the North Pole
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Transit and heliograph at a main projection point
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Boundary survey crew
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"Unloading the Cayuses at the boundary"
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Survey member and caribou
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Survey activity
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Indians on the Porcupine River
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The first point
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The first point
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Str. Susie leaving Dawson
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Men surveying from mountain top
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Survey activity
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Scenic view of river
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Survey activity
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Signal on a ridge
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First horses at "Rampart"
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Rampart House
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Indian grave again
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The topographers
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Campsites
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A typical true cache at Katrina Creek
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Alaska and Yukon Territory - the two chiefs
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"Ground shelter at E."

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