Alaskan Woodsong Project

created and presented by: Christine Trueh

Alaska is known for many interesting facts about itself like being the biggest U.S state by area, having 2,000 valley glaciers, the famous Iditarod Trail, sled races, sled dogs, and mushers, and many different indigenous native groups.
The Iditarod Trail is a 1,150 mile (1,853 km) trail that is used for transportation of materials like gold, coal, and other necessities. This trail lasts up to 7-14 days on foot, but faster if you use a sled and sled dogs. The idea of using dogs and sleds were developed from the Inuit natives as a method of transportation.

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