Katie Ringsmuth

Katie Ringsmuth
History

PhD, Washington State University

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Dr Ringsmuth specializes in America, public, and environmental history. She is the president of the Alaska Historical Society and a contract historian for Lake Clark Katmai National Parks in Southwestern Alaska.

 

 Snug Harbor Cannery: A Beacon on the Forgotten Shore, 1919-1980Snug Harbor Cannery: A Beacon on the Forgotten Shore, 1919-1980

An important, new excursion into Alaska's social and economic history. Rather than treating Snug Harbor Cannery as an economic statistic, an instance of the larger phenomenon of economic and resource development in Alaska, Ringsmuth credits the people and product of Snug Harbor with an integrity of their own.
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Beyond the Moon Crater Myth: A New History of the Aniakchak Landscape Beyond the Moon Crater Myth: A New History of the Aniakchak Landscape

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