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The Dorothy G. Page Museum is a historical museum in Wasilla, Alaska. It is one of the top places you can stop by in the area if you want to learn more about the colourful past and heritage of Wasilla, Knik, and Willow Creek locales.

The Dorothy G. Page Museum was named after Dorothy Page, a prominent figure not only in Wasilla, but also in all of the state of Alaska. She was best known as the ?Mother of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race? and for being a local politician, serving the city council for four terms and as the city mayor from 1986 to 1987. She also served as the museum?s curator for quite some time. The site was named in her honor after she died in 1989.

Established in 1967, the Dorothy G. Page Museum is also the first ever museum of the city of Wasilla.
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