Books by and about Alaska Women
Our No. 2 all-time bestseller, second only to Two Old Women, is Good Time Girls of the Alaska-Yukon Gold Rush, for which author Lael Morgan won Alaska Historian of the Year honors in 1999. The LA Times ranked this title sixth among the "100 best nonfiction books of 1998."
Other books written by and about strong northern women include.
Accidental Adventurer by Barbara Washburn
Alaska Women Write, edited by Dana Stabenow.
Anchorage by Elizabeth Tower
Bird Girl and the Man Who Followed the Sun by Velma Wallis
Cold River Spirits by Jan Harper-Haines
Fly Fishing Women Explore Alaska by Cecilia Kleinkauf
Gail Niebrugge's Alaska Wildflowers by Gail Niebrugge
Go for It! by Judith Kleinfeld, Ed.D.
Iditarod Dreams by Lew Freedman, with DeeDee Jenrowe.
Raising Ourselves by Velma Wallis
Seven Words for Wind by Sumner MacLeish
Sisters by Samme Gallaher
Two Old Women by Velma Wallis