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“The Alaskan native is still uncivilized, because the effort to transform him was begun so recently that little actual change has been made.”
“The writers of the United States, the journalists, the essayists, the novelists, and the historians, all men who work with their pen, would be benefited by this law; and that which helps one class of the community without injuring another helps all.”