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The Trapper Creek Museum offers everyone a glimpse into the historical lives of the pioneers of Alaska. It offers a settler?s log cabin which is home to a wonderful collection of artifacts, stories and photographs telling the story about the life of Alaska?s pioneers, gold miners and trapping pioneers.

The log cabin is owned and occupied by Trapper Creek resident Kenneth L. Marsh who also serves on the board of directors of the Trapper Creek and Talkeetna Historical Societies. Kenneth Marsh is also the author of ?The Trail: the story of the historic Valdez-Fairbanks Trail that opened Alaska?s Vast interior? and lot more books about Alaska and Trapper Creek.

The gift shop with the Trapper Creek Museum highlights many authentic collectibles, replicas and local crafts that you should not miss to have while visiting the museum. Get the books that the museum offers, and you will learn more about the unique history of this old town. The museum also is near Mt. McKinley, where you will get to see its astonishing views.
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