No Roads Lead Here

Cordova, Alaska: A Town Built on Copper

Fishing drives the economy in Cordova, Alaska.
The Kennecott Copper Mine attracted thousands of workers who arrived via Cordova. Photo: National Park Service.

A Cordova Gem: The Pioneer Club

Old storefronts in downtown Cordova, where some signs are upside down.
The Pioneers of Cordova include both men and women.
Young people come out for a night of square dancing at Igloo #19.
The blue-green ice at the foot of the Sullivan glacier melts to form a small lake.
On the road to nowhere.
Moss and lichen cover the spruce trees in the rainforest.

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