History of the 1925 Nome Serum Run


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Reply WendellBraip
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Reply Kathryn Haueisen
9:55 PM on February 3, 2018 

I discovered your wonderful website doing research on Balto. I learned about Balto a few weeks ago when visiting family in Ohio. We spent an afternoon at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, I write a blog about people, places and programs that do something useful for society, Balto's story certain qualifies for that! I'd like to use a couple from your wonderful website with my blog. May I? You can see my website at

Reply Julie Kipper
2:21 PM on January 10, 2018 

Wonderful! Simply wonderful! What a resource for my classroom as we learn about Balto and the serum run! Thank you for this excellent site and all your hard work.

Reply Richardnop
3:04 PM on November 9, 2017 
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Reply Ambrey Nichols
5:00 PM on October 13, 2017 

My son is a big fan of Balto and continually asks questions about the famous dog. What a beautiful wonderful story and glad to see that you are continuing the legacy of Balto and the other wonderful dogs that helped.

Reply Caseytiems
8:12 PM on September 23, 2017