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         We biked to Pioneer Park, created in 1967 as the Alaska Centennial Park to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the state's territorial status and a taste of Alaska history. This view of a corner of the Park shows "Gold Rush Town, with old pioneer buildings relocated from downtown Fairbanks. These are now shops, galleries, theatres, and eateries. Nice place.
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