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Juneau Area Land & Homestead Deeds

  • Raymond Harold Abrahamsen, 1.29 acres, Fritz Cove Road, Mendenhall Peninsula approximately 12 3/4 miles northwest of Juneau.

  • Elizabeth Ernestine Ackermann, 1.2 acres Mendenhall Peninsula, situated at the junction of the Glacier Highway and the Engineer's Cut-off approximately 11 miles northwest of Juneau, Alaska.

  • Joe Victor Ackermann, 1.4 acres Juneau, Alaska

  • John Michael Ackermann, 120.28 acres homestead situated about 26 miles northwesterly from Juneau, Alaska

  • John Theadore Ackermann, 1.16 acres, situated on the Mendenhall Peninsula approximately 11 miles northwest of Juneau, Alaska.

  • Richard J. Adair, 2.66 acres along Glacier Highway on the easterly shore of Favorite Channel about 18 1/2 miles northwest of Juneau, Alaska.

  • Lynn Brainard Adsit, 1.95 acres homestead land situate about one-half mile northwest of Juneau, Alaska.

  • William H. Ahrensfeld, 4.96 acres situated near the Glacier Highway and approximately 2 miles northwest of Juneau, Alaska.

  • Henry C. Alexander, 156.16 acres homestead situated in Eagle River Valley one-half mile south of herbert River, Alaska.

  • Amos Joseph Alter, 1.37 acres situated on the Fritz Cove Road on Mendenhall Peninsula approximately 12 1/2 miles northwest of Juneau, Alaska.

  • Hally Orval Alter, 1.12 acres situated on Fritz Cove Road on Mendenhall Peninsula approximately 12 3/4 miles northwest of Juneau, Alaska.

  • Abel Anderson, 0.40 acres situated on the southwest shore of the Gastineau Channel, Douglas Island, Alaska.

  • Peder A. Anderson, 24.44 acres situated on Douglas Island, on the west shores of Gastineau Channel

  • Iver Olai Arnesen, 2.15 acres situated on the southwest shore of Gastineau Channel, Douglas Island, about 3 3/4 miles northwest of the west end of the Juneau-Douglas bridge, Alaska.

  • Erving Eugene Arnold, 2.31 acres of the Mendenhall Peninsula homesite

  • Charles H. Arundell, 14.82 acres Townsite of Douglas, situated on Douglas Island on the southwest shore of Gastineau Channel, Alaska.

  • Sarah Taylor Avrit, 4.7 acres situated on the northeasterly shore of Gastineau Channel about 1 mile southeast of Thane, Alaska.

  • Frederick Barney, 1886, 160 acre homestead, called it Sand Bar Creek also known as Duck Creek. Duck Creek - enters Gastineau Channel just north of the Juneau Airport and parallels Mendenhall River.

  • Benjamin Bullard, about 1916 he moved to Taku River and claimed a 148 acre homestead at what is now known as Bullard's Landing.

  • Louise Pauline Dawson, 2.66 acres along Glacier Highway on the easterly shore of Favorite Channel about 18 1/2 miles northwest of Juneau, Alaska.

  • Mr. and Mrs. John Dotson, homesteaded 70 acres in 1914 near Dotson's Landing - on a cove of Eagle Harbor, just south of Salt Lake, 19 miles northwest of Juneau. It is also known a Eagle River Landing. A branch road reaches the cove from Glacier Highway.

  • John Albert Dotson, homsteaded 159 acres in Juneau

  • Daniel Foster, June 9, 1885 claiming a 160 acres homestead, called it Duck Creek. Duck Creek - enters Gastineau Channel just north of the Juneau Airport and parallels Mendenhall River. The creek has had a succession of names.

  • Robert Goodwin , 0.40 acres situated on the southwest shore of the Gastineau Channel, Douglas Island, Alaska.

  • Rishworth A. Gray, Alaska Gastineau Mining Co. 46.09 acres situated at Sheep Creek, Alaska.

  • William T. Jeffries, 1.95 acres homestead land situate about one-half mile northwest of Juneau, Alaska.

  • William T. Jeffries, Alaska Gastineau Mining Co, 32.03 acres situated in Sheep Creek basin, Alaska.

  • Norman E. Hanes , 1.2 acres Mendenhall Peninsula, situated at the junction of the Glacier Highway and the Engineer's Cut-off approximately 11 miles northwest of Juneau, Alaska.

  • Henry Hendrickson , 75.75 acres situated on Douglas Island, about six miles northwest of the town of Douglas, at the mouth of Henderson Creek, Alaska. Hendrickson Creek - on Douglas Island, discharging into Gastineau Channel five miles northwest of Juneau and almost due west of Vanderbilt Hill.

  • Henry Hendrickson, 10.51 acres situated on Gastineau Channel and Glacier Highway about eight miles northwest of Juneau. known as Sunny Point on Glacier Highway.

  • Adam B. Houck, Alaska Electric Light Power Co., 4.34 acres to secure homesteads to actual settlers on the public domain, situated southwest of and adjoining the Townsite of Juneau, Alaska.

  • James Huffman, claimd a homestead in 1887 at Huffman Harbor - the more southerly of the two bights on the east side of Eagle Harbor, 20 miles northwest of Juneau. Named for James Huffman. For many years he owned a cabin in Douglas, but he spent most of his time around Eagle River where he worked some mining claims. In 1911 he filed a homestead claim on the north side of Eagle River near its mouth and built a cabin there.

  • M. Y. Hurst, filed homestead claims adjoing Jordan Creek on June 9, 1895. Jordan Creek - flows into Gastineau Channel at Mendenhall Bar, crossing glacier Highway just south of Duck Creek.

  • Thomas Knudson, in 1896 staked a 320 acre homestead at the mouth of Duck Creek, Daniel Foster having moved away. In 1905 when Knudson was granted patent he was said to have been the first Alaskan homesteader to secure title to his ground. He farmed there for many years, then sold the homestead. For many years the creek was locally known as Knudson Creek. The creek has had a succession of names, in 1885 Daniel foster claiming a 160 acre homestead, called it Duck Creek, the following year Frederick Barney, in another homestead claim, called it Sand Bar Creek. The name Duck Creek again made its appearance on a Geological Survey 1912 and is now used on all maps of the area. Duck Creek - enters Gastineau Channel just north of the Juneau Airport and parallels Mendenhall River. Thomas Knudson, filed for patent on his homestead claim on Mendenhall Flats in 1903.

  • Nels Pearson, 1.976 acres situated approximately, one mile northwest of Juneau, Alaska. His homestead sat directly on Norway Point. Norway Point, on Glacier Highway, just beyond the Juneau city limits.

  • James C. Pullen claimed a homestead at the mouth of Lemon Creek in 1881. Lemon Creek flows into Gastineau Channel near Mile 6 on Glacier Highway north of Juneau and drains a sizable valley. Lemon Creek Glacier lies at the head of the valley.

  • Captain J. M. Vanderbilt, 1880 homestead claim at Hut Point - at the northern end of Douglas Island on the east side of the mouth of Fish Creek. It was so named by Lieutenant F.M. Symonds of the U.S.S. Jamestown in 1880 from the fact that there were some Indian huts or houses on the point.
 
 

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