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Juneau is located in the state's Southeastern region and is the third largest city in the U.S. state of Alaska. Since 1906 Juneau is the capital city of Alaska. You can't get to Juneau by road. You can only get there by air or by sea.
To See And To Do In Juneau
- Mendenhall Glacier
- Saint Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church
- Adventure Bound Alaska
- Juneau Arts And Humanities Council
History Of Juneau - Timeline
The first European to explore the Juneau area was Joseph Whidbey and his party who explored the region in July–August 1794, who explored the region in July–August 1794. The town was originally called Harrisburg, but some time later, its name was changed to Rockwell.
In 1881, the people in the town voted that the town should have the name, Juneau, after Joe Juneau, who was a miner and prospector from Canada. He was buried in the city's Evergreen Cemetery on August 16, 1903. The Alaska State Capitol in downtown Juneau was originally built as the Federal and Territorial Building in 1931.