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Return to:   Mushing Legend "Scotty" Allan - A century ago, a Scotsman named Allan Alexander Allan, known in Alaska as simply "Scotty," was the most famous musher of his time.
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Baldy was no classic Husky, but the mongrel led Scotty Allan's team in the All-Alaska Sweepstakes eight times, finishing first in 1909, 1911, and 1912, three times in second, and twice in third. Allan took home $25,000 in prize money in 1909. Alaska State Library.

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