Elizabeth Robins in Alaska, Contents
- The Alaska-Klondike Diary of Elizabeth Robins, 1900
- Listing at the University of Alaska Press [Now part of U of Colorado Press Consortium]
- Interview with Dr. Gates upon the book's publication. Opal Lovett talks to Joanne Gates for the Jacksonville News. Rotate to read.
- Sherry Simpson authored a Book Review of the ER Diary, in the Fairbanks, Alaska Daily News Miner, June 27, 1999. (Originally at <http://www.newsminer.com/heartland/hland62799/book.htm> available now as saved clipping: Fairbanks Review of the ER Alaska Diary. A local review was published in the Anniston Star.)
- Guide to Alaskan-centered Novels and play by Robins:
- On Line editions of Alaska Short Fiction by Robins:
- "Monica's Village" Published in Century Magazine, May, 1905. Pages 19-30; reprinted in The Mills of the Gods and Other Stories (1920).
- "Miss Cal." Published in The English Review (December 1910); McClures, 36: 218-228. Reprinted in The Mills of the Gods and Other Stories (1920).
- "The Caribou Stand" Published in Pall Mall Magazine 35 (1905). Pages 561-572.
- On Line Non Fiction Alaska Articles by Robins:[A Note]
- "Elizabeth Robins at Cape Nome," from the August 19, 1900 Seattle Post Intelligencer [publication of her Alaska letters subtitled "Living Under Martial Law" and "The Court Arrives"].
- "The Very Latest Gold Field in the Arctic Circle," Review of Reviews, London edition, XXII (October 1900): 343-345 (letter from Grantley Harbor, Alaska).
- "The Gold Miners of the Frozen North: A Visit to Cape Nome," Pall Mall Magazine, Vol. 23 (January 1901); 55-65.
- "Pleasure Mining," Fortnightly Review, 77 (March 1902): 474-486.
- "The Alaska Boundary," Fortnightly Review, 80 (November 1903): 792-799.
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