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The House of Wickersham is a historic home in Juneau, Alaska. It was once the home of Judge James Wickersham, the first territorial delegate of Alaska to the Congress. He was also a historian, Gold Rush judge, and the proponent of the ?home rule?.

The House of Wickersham is currently functioning as a historic house museum. It was transformed as such shortly after the death of Judge Wickersham, when the property was passed on to his niece, Ruth Allman. Allman recognized the historical value of the place and opened it to the public, which was continued by the state of Alaska when the purchased the house in 1984.

If you want to view the House of Wickersham along with its original furnishing and decor, then head on to this part of Juneau, Alaska. It is currently operated by the Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation.
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