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Introduction -- Three lucky Swedes and one corrupt judge -- Wickersham chafes under Eagle's slow pace -- George Grigsby's biggest damned hat -- Becoming Norman Banfield -- W.C. Arnold : territorial Alaska's most powerful lobbyist -- Mildred Hermann and Dorothy Haaland : independent thinking women -- Hellenthal chooses Anchorage -- Tales of the silver fox -- Judge George Folta : license to hunt -- Remembering Judge Folta and Ketchikan's red light district -- Influence and discipline : policing territorial lawyers -- Buell Nesbett : navigating territorial waters and getting soaked -- Anchorage lawyers : creating a better system -- Rocky seas : the great Alaska court-bar fight -- Nesbett's surrogate -- Grace Berg Schaible and the Tanana Valley bar -- More frontier stories -- Afterword.
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