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Petersburg, Alaska Page 1 FACT SHEET - PETERSBURG, ALASKA Petersburg, Alaska, located on Mitkof Island, is considered Alaska’s Little Norway. Petersburg grew up around a salmon cannery and sawmill built by Peter Buschmann between 1897 and 1899. Petersburg is named after Peter Buschmann and part of its charm lies in its magnificent setting and the Scandinavian design of some of its buildings and houses. Services Downtown merchants sell a variety of products including gifts and souvenirs, hunting and fishing gear and licenses, camping supplies, groceries, hardware, marine supplies, automotive parts and clothing. Unique and colorful gifts and clothes imported from Norway are available at some specialty shops. Artwork by local artists is sold at downtown shops and an art gallery located near the ferry terminal. The business district contains two banks, several restaurants, a laundry, movie theater, and bookstore. The U.S. Post Office and the U.S. Forest Service ranger district office are both located in
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This note was uploaded on 05/11/2008 for the course CIS cis 101 taught by Professor Leipus during the Spring '08 term at DeVry Tinley Park.

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