This page leads to information resources on the history of the Juneau-Douglas region.
Some sites are maintained by the Juneau-Douglas City Museum; others by various City, State, and Federal
agencies, and by other organizations and individuals.
- The Bob DeArmond Alaska History Project: a searchable collection of the writings of our region's preeminent historian.
- Gastineau Channel Historical Society: The GCHS is a non-profit organization that promotes the history of the Gastineau Channel area, operates the Last Chance Mining Museum and cares for the Sentinel Island Lighthouse.
- Sealaska Heritage Institute Collection: photograph and document archives dealing with Native and community history.
- Historic Preservation in Juneau: A description of our historic neighborhoods, and a detailed inventory of one of them: the Casey Shattuck Addition.
- Alaska's Digital Archive: a browseable and searchable collection of historical photographs, albums, oral histories, moving images, maps, documents, physical objects, and other materials from libraries, museums and archives throughout our state. The Juneau-Douglas area is generously represented.
- Evergreen Cemetery Map: The Evergreen Cemetery is operated by the City and Borough of Juneau Parks and Recreation Department.
Juneau Trails Project: Explore the trails on City and Borough of Juneau's land.
- Bits and Pieces: a selective collection of general Juneau-Douglas history items, from various sources.