Alaska, State Archives (Juneau), Coroner's Inquests - FamilySearch Historical Records
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Alaska, State Archives (Juneau), Coroner's Inquests, 1913-1958
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|Record Type||Coroner's Inquest Records|
|Alaska State Archives, Juneau, Alaska|
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Commissioner's Court coroner's inquest records for various localities in Alaska. Digital images of the originals are held by the Alaska State Archives in Juneau, AK.
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Related Family History Library Holdings[edit | edit source]
- United States Commissioner's Court. Coroner's inquests, 1904-1959
- Anchorage, coroner's records, ca. 1900-1959
- Bethel, coroner's records, 1914-1955
- Cape Nome Precinct, coroner's records, 1900-1959
- Circle City, payments for John Crane, coroner, 1897-1899
- Copper Center, coroner's inquests, 1949-1954
- Cordova coroner's inquests, 1908-1959
- Fairbanks, coroner's inquests, 1904-1960
- Juneau, civil and criminal dockets, coroner's inquest and civil journal, 1889-1960
- Juneau, coroner's records, 1899-1969
- Nenana Precinct, coroner's records, 1918-1959
- Nome, coroner's inquests, 1900-1959
- Petersburg, coroner's records, 1924-1959
- Seward, coroner's records, ca. 1900-1959
- Sitka, coroner's records, 1912-1944
- Skagway, coroner's records, 1898-1935
- Tanana and Fort Gibbon Military Base, coroner's records, 1908-1922
- Valdez Coroner's inquest records, 1908-1940
- Whittier, coroner's records, ca. 1900-1959
- Wrangell, coroner's inquests, 1903-1959
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