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New in the Museum Store!

Check out what's new in the Juneau-Douglas City Museum Store!  For more information, call us at 907-586-3572 or email us.



Sunwoo Starfish Onesies

For your stylish Juneau baby, choose from two Juneau-Douglas City Museum exclusive designs: Patsy Ann and a soap box derby racer. Each onesie is hand-decorated with love here in Juneau with recycled fabrics. In hot pink, royal blue, and white, in infant sizes 3-6, 6-12, and 12-18 months. Also in whale and bear designs.


Long Sleeve JDCMTotem Shirt

NEW! JDCM    Long Sleeve Totem Pole          T-Shirts

Keep warm this season, while showing your support for JDCM with these new t-shirts! Each sleeve carries the Harnessing of the Atom totem pole design in green, with a matching Juneau-Douglas City Museum logo on the chest. Available in adult sizes S-2XL.


Cover of Treadwell Gold

Treadwell Gold: An Alaska Saga of Riches and Ruin by Sheila Kelly

Treadwell Gold is a perfect new addition to the Museum Store!  It is the first book to focus on Treadwell, the largest hard rock gold mining complex in the world in its time.  Local historians are raving about Treadwell Gold, calling it an intimate look at life in Treadwell. The book contains personal vignettes from the families that called Treadwell home, and its glossy pages feature historic photos, including several from the Juneau-Douglas City Museum collections.

Hardcover, $35

Four sample pages from Learn the Alphabet board book

Learn the Alphabet with Northwest Coast Native Art

This colorful board book features artwork by native artists to accompany each letter of the alphabet.  A perfect Alaskan gift for new babies and their parents!

Board book, $10.00

JDCM t-shirt

Juneau-Douglas City Museum T-shirts

Show your love for the city of Juneau and the City Museum with a t-shirt designed by local artist Sarah Asper-Smith!  In adult sizes S-2XL.



Old Witch Totem And Nugget Shop card


Historic Image Note Cards

The Museum Store is pleased to present a new line of historic image note cards.  The cards feature images of postcards in the Museum's permanent collection, including this card of Robert and Belle Goldstein's Nugget Shop in the 1920s.


1932 Douglas women's basketball team

Past Exhibit Panels

For every summer exhibit, the Museum prints and mounts dozens of historic photos, panels, and other labels for display.  Now you can take home a little Museum history!  The pieces from Hoop Time: Gastineau Channel Basketball Through the Years, our 2009 summer exhibit, are available for purchase now.  These items are sold by the square inch.  Call 907.586.3572 or stop by the Museum for more information.


All Things Eagle & Raven Items

For summer 2010, the Juneau-Douglas City Museum and the Museum Store are celebrating all things eagle and raven!  The exhibit is a scientific, cultural, and historical look at two of southeast Alaska's most intriguing creatures, and you can take home a souvenir with eagle and raven gifts from the Museum Store.


Front cover of Raven Charm

Raven Charm by Dale DeArmond

This charming book features Dale's signature woodblock illustrations and her original raven legend.

Limited availability!  Get yours while you can.

Paperback, $12.95


Raven: A Trickster Tale from the Pacific Northwest by Gerald McDermott

In Northwest Coast cultures, Raven brought light to the world by disguising himself as a chief's grandson and stealing the sun from the box of daylight.  This re-telling of the legend features colorful illustrations inspired by Northwest Coast artwork.  A Caldecott Honor book.

Paperback, $7.00

Front cover of Ten Rowdy Ravens

Ten Rowdy Ravens by Susan Ewing

Take a rollicking, raucous romp with ravens!  This counting book features Alaskan author Susan Ewing's rhythmic verse and artist Evon Zerbetz's colorful illustrations.

Paperback, $8.95

Front cover of Eagle Boy

Eagle Boy by Richard Lee Vaughn

A re-telling of the Northwest Coast legend The Boy Who Fed the Eagles, Eagle Boy tells the story of a boy whose friendship and generosity toward eagles results in his banishment from his village. Later, the boy and the eagles save the village from starvation, teaching everyone a lesson in kindness, forgiveness, and acceptance.  Features Lee Christiansen's vivd illustrations.

Paperback, $12.95

Front cover of Haa Shuka

Haa Shuka: Our Ancestors by Richard & Nora Dauenhauer

As part of an ongoing project to preserve Tlingit language and culture, local linguists, poets and historians Richard & Nora Marks Dauenhauer compiled this anthology of Tlingit oratory.

Paperback, $35.00

Front cover of Heroes & Heroines in Tlingit-Haida Legend

Heroes & Heroines in Tlingit-Haida Legend by Mary Beck

This book of traditional legends from Tlingit and Haida traditions includes and The Boy Who Fed the Eagles and eight other stories.  Each story is introduced by a brief analysis and comparison to European stories or legends.

Paperback, $12.95

Currently unavailable.


Toys and Gifts

Raven and eagle finger puppets

Raven and Eagle finger puppets

Bring raven and eagle stories to life with these plush finger puppets!  They are a great accompaniment to our children's books or just for fun by themselves.

$7.00 each

Eagle and raven plush with native designs

Native Eagle and Raven plush

For an authentically Northwest Coast souvenir, we have eagles and ravens with native designs.  They are great to pair with Northwest Coast legends like Raven: A Trickster Tale from the Pacific Northwest.

$15.00 each

Eagle and raven bookmarks by Dot Bardarson

Eagle and Raven bookmarks

Dot Bardarson's colorful, die-cut eagle and raven bookmarks make a perfect souvenir for the book lover in your life!

$1.50 each

Raven and Eagle note card

Assorted note cards

Come browse our selection of eagle and raven note cards by artists JoAnn George, Evon Zerbetz, Terry Pyles, and Jeanne Gamble.  Shown here is "The Raven and the Eagle" card by JoAnn George.

$2.50 each


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