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Return to:   Cattle Ranching in the Subarctic - Cattle ranching on the Last Frontier reaches back as far as Russian Alaska, when settlers first introduced bovines to Kodiak Island.
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Guernsey cows graze near Eagle River


AMRC-b75-175-526

Guernsey cows graze on the flats near Eagle River in Southcentral Alaska.
The animals may have seemed an extraordinary sight to photographer Ray
B. Dame, who traveled extensively throughout Alaska in 1938. Alaska
Museum of History and Art, Library and Archives.

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