|Title||External URL||Link to Document||Project|
|Coldfoot and Wiseman Map||
"Maps of Coldfoot and Wiseman." Courtesy of Bureau of Land Management, Fairbanks District Office.
|Dalton Highway Map||
"Map of the Dalton Highway." Courtesy of Bureau of Land Management, Fairbanks District Office.
|Department of Transportation Map of the Haul Road and Pipeline||
Map of the Haul Road (Dalton Highway) and Trans-Alaska Pipeline route from the Alaska Department of Transportation, 1981. Courtesy of Hesden Scougal.
|Hickel Highway Route Hand-Drawn on a Map||
Hickel Highway Route North of the Yukon River Hand-drawn on USGS Map by Oliver Backlund (courtesy of Oliver Backlund). Scroll down to see more of the map.
|Synth_Backlund map.pdf||Dalton Highway|
|Hickel Highway Winter Trail 1969||
Hickel Highway Winter Trail, December 1969, Hand-drawn on a USGS Map by Oliver Backlund (courtesy of Oliver Backlund).
|Winter Trail Map.pdf||Dalton Highway|
|History of Burgess Construction Company||
A document titled "Burgess Construction Company" that provides a short overview and history of the company and its role in construction of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline. No date or author is listed. Courtesy of Bruce Campbell.
|History of Coldfoot and the Coldfoot Truck Stop and Cafe||
Coldfoot: Past & Present. This is a brief history of Coldfoot and the Coldfoot Truck Stop & Cafe prepared by Brett Carlson, Northern Alaska Tour Company. This is information he shares with visitors to Coldfoot and tour clients.
|How Deadhorse Got Its Name||
"Deadhorse: A Brief History of How Deadhorse Got Its Name. Story written by Bruce Campbell that relates to the chain of events that led to the naming of Deadhorse at Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. Courtesy of Bruce Campbell.
|Legislative Commendation for Hickel Highway Construction Crew||
Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 30 1969 from the Alaska State Legislature in 1969 expressing appreciation to the crew who constructed the Hickel Highway from Livengood to Sagwon. Courtesy of Oliver Backlund.
|Letter of Appreciation to Hickel Highway Construction Crew||
Letter from the Alaska Department of Highways in 1969 expressing appreciation to the crew who built the winter ice road (Hickel Highway) from Livengood to Sagwon. Courtesy of Oliver Backlund.
|Letter Supporting Construction of the First Section of the Haul Road||
Letter from the U.S. Department of the Interior in 1969 supporting construction of the first section of the Haul Road from Livengood to the Yukon River. Courtesy of Hesden Scougal.
|Newspaper Article About Progress of Hickel Highway||
An undated article titled "Anaktuvuk Natives To See Road Soon" by Warren Jackson from an unidentified newspaper about the Alaska Department of Highways crew working on the winter haul road from Livengood to Sagwon, as the crew heads into the Eskimo village of Anaktuvuk Pass. It mentions the route being taken and the conditions faced by the crew. Courtesy of Oliver Backlund.
Introduction of Pipeline Archeology, Volume 1. Edited by John Cook. University of Alaska, Institute of Arctic Biology. Fairbanks, Alaska, 1977. Only the Introduction (first 9 pages) of the report are included here as an excerpt.
|Wiseman Historical District||
"The Wiseman Historical District: A Report on Cultural Resources." Prepared by Susan M. Will and Pamela K. Hotch. Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Fairbanks District Office, n.d. Courtesy of Susan Will. (Only 23 pages of the report are included here as an excerpt.) Original manuscript report is on file at the BLM, Fairbanks.
Also by Susan Will, see: "Coldfoot: An Historic Mining Community on the Middle Fork of the Koyukuk River, Alaska." Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Fairbanks District Office, n.d. Manuscript Report on file, BLM, Fairbanks.
|Yukon River Bridge Agreement||
Signed agreement between Alyeska Pipeline and the State of Alaska in June 1977 for construction of the bridge over the Yukon River on the Haul Road (Dalton Highway). Courtesy of Hesden Scougal