Steven Levi

 

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Steven Levi is a historian and writer who has lived in Alaska for more than three decades. He has 75 books in print, 35 of them on Kindle.  His Alaska history interests are the Alaska Gold Rush, the Great Red Scare in Alaska and Alaska’s bush flying heritage.  His most recent book is GOLD, GREED AND MURDER, the history of Alaska’s ghost ship, the Clara Nevada. It sank in February of 1898 and came back up ten years later, almost to the day.  It is the largest unreported robbery in American history and, until the Oklahoma City Bombing, was the largest mass murder in American history.

 


 

Stories by Steven:

Fannie Quigley – An Alaskan Folk Hero

Alaska’s Clown Prince

 


 

 

 

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