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Jack Marshall, Native, Douglas Resident, Born in the Taku River area, died on June 24, 1945. He was a fisherman and a respected member of the Alaska Native Brotherhood. He is buried in Douglas Russian Orthodox Cemetery.

Richard McCormick, Sr., Douglas Resident, Born in Pottsville, Pennsylvania on August 8, 1859, died in Pacific Grove, California on May 3, 1934. He moved to Treadwell in 1886 where he worked as a blacksmith at the Mexican Mine. He married Nora Connors in 1888 with whom he had eleven children. He served as a postmaster at Treadwell in 1911 and later as employed at the Treadwell Foundry.

Daniel H. Moller was born at Wilmar, MInnesota, June 6, 1901, and came to Juneau in 1934. He was with the U.S. Forest Service here and during the next four years laid out and supervised construction of a number of trails that took an active part in skiing and other winter sports events. From Juneau he went to Sitka as superintendent of a sawmill and during World War II he served with the Mountain Infantry. He died at Sitka on September 19, 1950. Moller ski Trail - on Douglas Island, from the Douglas Highway just south of the bridge to the Douglas Ski Bowl in the valley of Cowee Creek. The trail is approximately 2.7 miles in length to the Upper Ski Cabin at elevation 1750 feet. The trail was named for Daniel H. Moller, who laid it out.



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