Alaska Digital Library (2022)

This site includes a huge number of photos and video clips, most not related to the Siberian. However it also includes a few rare video clips as well as many photos of the early Siberians. To go to their search pagechick here.

To save people time, I went through the site doing various searches and have included direct links below to pictures and videos that I thought might be of interest to Siberian fanciers. This does not include all the pictures. I've divided the pictures into two catagories; those that have some kind of definite Siberian connection and those that are sleddog related but May ore may not be Siberians. They are listed in alphabetical order by the title listed on the Alaska Digital Library site.


Siberian or Siberian Related Pictures and Video Clips
"9th All Alaska Sweepstakes":
Original Date: 14 April 1916
Description: "Leonhard Seppala was first place winner at Nome, Alaska on April 14, 1916. time: 408 miles, 80 hours, 38, minutes and 5 seconds."

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Another of Seppala'a Siberians"
Time Period: None listed but likely pre 1939.
Note: Can anyone positively identify this dog or time period?

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Asa Seppala, Peggy Ricker, Leonhard Seppala"
Time Period: 1913-1939
Description: Signed Photo of Seppala, his brother Asa and Ricker.

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Leonhard Seppala"
Time Period: 1913-1939 [Likely 1932-1939 ]
Description: "Musher Poses with Three Siberian Huskies"
Collection Name: Harry T. Becker. Photographs, ca. 1932-1945

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Leonard Seppala and his Dog Team"
Time Period: 1913-1939
Description: Title taken from caption. Photographer: probably Vern Brickley. Original photograph size: 4" x 5"
Collection Name: Peter R and Beulah Marrs Parisis. Papers

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Fox Ramsay, winners 2nd prise [six] 3rd annual All Alaska Sweepstake",
Original Date: 1910
Description: "Color view of Fox Maule Ramsay and his Siberian Husky deog team." "Photographer's number 848. 1910. Photographer: Lomen Bros.

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Handicap dog race",
Original Date: 1930
Description: 1930, Laconia, New Hampshire. Roland "Doc" Lombard holding his dog Bucky. "Two dogs next to sleds were loaned him by Seppala."

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Leonhard Seppala"
Time Period: 1913-1939
Description: "Dog musher and breeder Leonhard (sometimes spelled Leonard) Seppala wearing fur parka. From verso: "Your friend Sepp when he is good and god damn mad after loosing [sic] the Quebec race. Leonhard Seppala."

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Leonhard Seppala & 5 Siberians"
Time Period: 1896-1913; 1913-1939
Note: Can anyone positively identify these dogs?

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Leonhard Seppala and a woman have a hot drink by their sled on the ice"
Time Period: 1013-1939
Description: "Dog musher Leonhard Seppala and an unidentified woman dressed in fur parkas drinking hot beverages next to sled."

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Leonhard Seppala and his 9 powered dog team"
Time Period: 1896 to 1913; 1913-1939
Description: "Leonhard Seppala and his 9 powered dog team."
Note: I question the time1896-1939 period listed on the site for this photo. This appears to be the same team or at least time period (1947-1952) as the video below titled "Leonhard Seppala mushing dogs near Chatanika, 1947-1952." Since these dogs look more of the type Seppala was running in the later time period I think the 1947-1952 period might be more correct for this photo.

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Leonhard Seppala and his Siberians".
Original Date: 1916
Description: Leonhard Seppala with his dog team of Siberian Huskies and sled. Ruby, Alaska, 1916

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Leonhard Seppala's dog team on ice"
Time Period: 1913-1939
Description: "Leonhard Seppala and an unidentified woman with their dog team and sled on ice, as Seppala builds a bonfire."

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Leonhard Seppala's Team, Fastest in Alaska - Nome"
Original Date: 1915-1916?
Description: Title taken from front, Leonhard Seppala and his sled dog team, winners of award for fastest in Alaska, at Nome, Alaska. 1915-1916?

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Sep, one of Seppala lead dogs"
Time Period: 1896 to 1913, 1913to 1939
Description: One of Leonhard Seppala's lead sled dogs, named Sep.

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Seppala's tropies"
Time Period: 1896 to 1913, 1913 to 1939.
Description: "Cabinet full of Seppala's trophies,"

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Togo, Leonhard Seppala's racing leader- Nome serum run"
Original Date: 1920-1929
Description: "Title taken from front, Portrait of Togo, Leonhard Seppala's sled dog team leader during Nome serum run in Alaska, 1920's."

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Winners of the Eighth All Alaska Sweepstakes 1915", Leonard [sic] Seppala, owner and driver.
Original Date: 1915
Description: "Title taken from front. Leonhard Seppala and his dog team, Name, Alaska. 1915.
VIDEOS
At the top of the page you will see the note "click here to display item". You need to click on this note to display the video clip. The clips are coming up in "Quick Time Player" not "Windows Media Player" so you may have to download the Quick Time Player to see these clips but believe me it is more than worthwhile doing.

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Dog yard at Chatanika, 1947-1952"
Original Date: 1947-1952
Description: 49 second film clip, color/silent, of Leonhard Seppala's dog yard in Chatanika. Dogs are being put into harness and dogs are pulling a sled. The man seen in the clip might be Leonhard Seppala."

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Leonhard and Constance Seppala with puppies, 1947-1952"
Original Date: 1947-1952
Description: "48 second film clip, color/silent, of Leonhard and Constance Seppala. They are sittingon the porch in front of a house and playing with some puppies. This was possibly filmed in Chatanika.

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Leonhard Seppala mushing dogs near Chatanika, 1947-1952"
Original Date: 1947-1952
Description: 84 second film clip, color/silent, of Leonhard Seppala in his dog yard, harnessing dogs, and mushing a team.

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Pupmobile on the Seward Peninsula, 1928-1932"
Original Date: 1928-1932
Description: 27 second film clip, black & white/silent, of a dog-powered railroad car.


Other Early Sled Dog Pictures / Videos (may or may not be Siberian)"A Dog Team At College"
Time Period: 1913 to 1939
Description: "Title taken from back of photograph. 'Please return 2 large pictures. Thisis a dog team at College with power house at right. Do you recognize Genevieve Parker in her parka? She won women's dog race Sunday."
"A Lineup of Dog Teams"
Original Date: 1925
Description: Title taken from caption. "A Lineup of Dog Teams Leaving Tanana for their Muskrat Camps in the Yukon Flats. 1925"
"A Trapper's Dogs at a line camp"
Time Period: 1913 to 1939
Description: Title taken from caption. "A trapper's dogs at a line cap. Foraker River"
"A Winter Scene Near Ruby, Alaska"
Original Date: 1912
Description: "Title from caption. Phtotograph of two men and a dog team."
"Winner Third Place"
Original Date: 1913
Description: Title taken from caption. "allan, Darling Entry 6th all Alaska sweepstakes, Nome, Alaska 1913. Scotty Allan, driver. Photographer number: C47. Cataloguer's note: A icture capturing one of the early dog mushing race competitions and one that shows Alexander (Scotty) Allan; who is a famous pioneer musher.
"Anthony, Alice & Tsul"
Time Period: 1913 to 1939
Description: "Photograph of Harry, Alice and Tsul Anthony rnning a dogsled over grass."
"Charlie Johnson and his dog team"
Time Period: 1896 to 1913
Description: "Title from caption. Photograph of a man with a dog team. Narrative in photo album read: "Two view of Charlie Johnson's dog team, all of them brothers, the leader being "Yack" and the next one "yumbo" (Jack & Jumbo)"
"Dog Team"
Original Date: 1900 to 1913
Description: Title taken from caption "My self & dog team the day before we reached Fairbanks. I have 2 sleds copeled [coupled] together. [On postcard stock.]
"Dog Team"
Time Period: 1896 to 1913
Description: Title taken from caption. "[Dog team hitched to sledge, man standing on back of sledge, large buildings in background; on postcard stock.]"
"Dog Team"
Time Period: 1896 to 1913
Description: Cataloguer's note: A photograph that is identical to this one bears the caption "Jack sullivan's Dog Team".
"Dog team near Rampart, Alaska"
Time Period: Title from caption. Photograph of a dg team near Rampart, Alaska.
"John Allen, Fairbaks Dog Derby Winner"
Time Period: 1913 to 1939
Description: Title from caption. Photograph of a dog musher and his team

"Ready to start a dog-team race"

Time period: 1896 to 1913 [however collection is 1910-1912]
Description: Title from caption. Postcard of a dogsled race about to start. Narrative in photo album reads: "Ready to start a dog-team reace. Each team is timed and must return with every dog it takes out, even if dog is dead, or exhausted or crippled, he must be brought back on the sled."

"Swiftist dog team in Alaska"

Time Period: 1896 to 1913
Description: Title from caption. Photograph of three riders and a musher posing with a dog sled team. In the background one can see what may be stacks of cordwood.

VIDEOS

"Chatanika, 1935"
Original Date: 1935
Description: 39 second film clip, balck & white/silent. The clip shows scenes from Chatanika in 1935. Scenes include a man standing in front of a bus identified as Billy Root's, sled dogs in their harnesses and a puppy in training.
"Dogsled Parade in Nome"
Original Date: 1928-1935
Description: 100 second (1:40 min) film clip, black & white/silent. Clip shows a dog sled parade complete with "dogsled floats". The floats include and airplance, a kayak, an igloo, baby buggys, and a fur display."
"Dogs Pulling Freight Sleds, 1935"
Original Date: 1935
Description: 35 second film clip, black & white/silent of sled dogs hauling freight sleds.
Note: Some may be Siberians?
"Sled Dog Races, 1959"
Original Date: 1959
37 second film clip, color/silent, of the start of the Alaska Dog Mushers Association's Grand Championship Sled Dog Race.

FAQs

How do I access Free library online? ›

List of Free Online Libraries
  1. National Digital Library of India.
  2. Open Library.
  3. Project Gutenberg.
  4. The Online Books Page.
  5. Read Print.
  6. Questia.
  7. ScienceOpen.
  8. California Digital Library.
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Are digital libraries free? ›

The good news is that you can always head over to a digital library to get the information you need when you need it. You just have to know what to look for, and these digital libraries are a great place to start if you want free ebooks, audiobooks, and other online resources.

Is OverDrive free for libraries? ›

OverDrive is a free service offered by your library or school that lets you borrow digital content (like ebooks and audiobooks) anytime, anywhere. Every OverDrive collection is slightly different because each library or school picks the digital content they want for their users.

How do I access my OverDrive library? ›

To sign into the OverDrive app with a library card, follow the steps below.
  1. When you open the OverDrive app for the first time, select Sign up (or Sign in).
  2. Select Sign up using library card (or Sign in using library card).
  3. Search for your library by name or location.
  4. Select your library once you find it.
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Can I use Libby without a library card? ›

Yes, you'll need a library card for each library you want to borrow from. You can add multiple libraries to Libby, and you can even add multiple cards for each library.

Does Amazon have a free library? ›

Amazon Prime Reading allows Prime members to access and read more than a thousand books or magazines at no extra cost. Amazon says you can think of it as a "private library that lets Prime members read free".

What are the 3 types of digital libraries? ›

Types of digital libraries
  • Institutional repositories.
  • National library collections.
  • Digital archives.

What is the largest free online library? ›

The most extensive free online library is the Internet Archive. Boasting over three million texts and over a million (each) of video and audio recordings, the Internet Archive offers a wealth of free information, including the largest repository of archived web pages, going back to 1996, through its Way Back Machine.

Is Libby replacing OverDrive? ›

In early 2023, the OverDrive app will be discontinued. Upgrade to Libby today. In Libby, you'll find the same great titles from your library, in a beautiful, modern, easy-to-use app. Your loans, holds, and wish list items will be waiting for you in Libby.

Which is better Libby or OverDrive? ›

Both Libby and the classic OverDrive app allow you to borrow and read the same digital content from your library, but they look and feel different. Libby has a fresh, easy-to-use design that makes it the best app for most digital library users (in our opinion).

Is OverDrive and Libby the same thing? ›

Libby is a new app released by OverDrive. It has the same collection of titles as the OverDrive app - it's just a different way to access the same digital library collection. Libby is a fast and attractive digital browsing experience.

What happened to my OverDrive account? ›

The original OverDrive app has been removed from the Google Play, Apple App, and Microsoft stores. This means that new OverDrive users will need to download the Libby app to access OverDrive eBooks and eAudiobooks on their Android and iOS devices.

Why can I not access OverDrive? ›

Make sure you're using the latest version of the OverDrive app by going to your device's app store and checking for updates. (If the OverDrive app is no longer available to install in your region, you can still check whether an update is available in the Manage apps & device section of your profile in Google Play.)

Is the OverDrive app obsolete? ›

OverDrive discontinued support for the OverDrive app on February 23, 2022, as it focuses users on Libby online and in the app for Apple (iOS) and Android smart phones and tablets. Starting February 23, 2022: OverDrive removed the OverDrive app from the Apple App Store, Google Play, and Microsoft Store.

Can two people use the same library card on Libby? ›

Yes. If you're using the Libby app, your ebooks will sync across devices when you sign in with the same library card or use a setup code to set up Libby on multiple devices.

Is Libby the best library app? ›

The bottom line

Libby is a lifehack. Even if you use it to supplement your reading elsewhere, it's one of the best services I've stumbled upon in recent years. The app is free and easy to use, with a broad and high-quality book selection.

Is Prime reading Free for Prime members? ›

Amazon's reading services, such as Prime Reading, Amazon Original Stories, and Amazon First Reads, allow customers to discover new books and authors—at no additional cost to their Prime membership.

What library has the most audiobooks? ›

1. Audible: Best quality and variety audiobook service. Audible is, undoubtedly, the largest and most popular audiobook service as of 2022. Its library contains over 200,000 different book titles in every thinkable category.

How can I get Kindle Unlimited for free? ›

If you haven't tried Kindle Unlimited before, you can sign up for a free trial. At the end of your free trial, you're automatically converted to a monthly paid subscription plan. To use Kindle Unlimited, you must have an Amazon account with a current, valid payment method.

Which is the oldest digital library? ›

Project Gutenberg (PG) is a volunteer effort to digitize and archive cultural works, as well as to "encourage the creation and distribution of eBooks." It was founded in 1971 by American writer Michael S. Hart and is the oldest digital library.

What is the difference between digital library and e library? ›

Most importantly, a digital library should provide means for organizing, storing, and retrieving the contents. e-Library stores the contents at a central location for providing access on multiple devices.

What are the disadvantages of digital library? ›

Disadvantages of Digital Libraries
  • Copyright: Digitization violates copyright law because an author's thought content can be freely transferred by another without his acknowledgment. ...
  • Access speed: As more computers connect to the Internet, the speed of access gradually decreases.
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What is the main purpose of digital library? ›

The purpose of a digital library is to provide coherent organization and convenient access to typically large amounts of digital information.

Is Google a digital library? ›

that searches the full text of books and magazines that Google has scanned, converted to text using optical character recognition (OCR), and stored in its digital database.
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Google Books.
Screenshot
Type of siteDigital library
OwnerGoogle
URLbooks.google.com
LaunchedOctober 2004 (as Google Print)
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How much does Libby cost libraries? ›

Yes, Libby is completely free. The Libby app is free to install, and all the digital content from your library is free to borrow with a valid library card. There are no subscription costs, no in-app purchases, and no late fees (digital titles are automatically returned on their due dates).

What is the busiest library in the world? ›

Largest libraries in the world
NameCountryVisitors per year
Shanghai LibraryChina
New York Public LibraryUnited States18 million
Library and Archives CanadaCanada
Russian State LibraryRussia0.498 million
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What city has the most little free libraries? ›

To say that the city of Lake Worth, Florida, has a lot of Little Free Libraries would be a huge understatement. With a population of around 30,000 people, Lake Worth is home to over 80 Little Free Library book exchanges, with another two dozen on the way at the time of this writing.

Why should I switch from OverDrive to Libby? ›

Libby offers many unique features and options that are not available in the OverDrive app. We hope you'll give them a try. Features unique to Libby include: A central Shelf: Loans and holds from all your libraries are automatically added to your Shelf .

Which is better hoopla or Libby? ›

Hoopla and Libby/Overdrive have some overlap in the titles that they offer, but they're far from identical. Libby/Overdrive offers nearly 50k eBooks and almost 20k eAudiobooks, but Hoopla offers over 600k eBooks and 155k eAudiobooks!

What happened Libby app? ›

Although the app will continue working for time being, OverDrive intends to completely phase this app in the future (possibly by the end of 2022). That's why we're encouraging everyone to make the switch to the Libby App, which you can find in the Apple App Store for iOS and in Google Play for Android.

Does Libby have a monthly limit? ›

You can borrow and download up to ten ebooks, ten audiobooks and ten magazines; they are loaned for up to three weeks.

How long will Libby hold a book? ›

Not ready to read an available hold? You can suspend your hold and choose a future delivery date. Learn how in Overdrive or the Libby app. The loan period or lending period for an e-book or audiobook is 21 days.

Which eReader is best for Libby? ›

Best for library books: Kobo Clara HD

OverDrive and its Libby app make it easier than ever to borrow books from your local library, and the Kobo Clara HD eReader is the best eReader for library books.

Can you listen and read at the same time on Libby? ›

Here are three of the most common myths and misconceptions about the Libby app debunked: Books in Libby are digital, so you can read and listen to the same checkout.

Does Kindle use Libby or OverDrive? ›

OverDrive is the exclusive digital ebook provider delivering Kindle compatibility to public libraries in the U.S. Library patrons can use the Libby app to send borrowed ebooks to Kindle or set Kindle as their reading preference. Learn more.

Can I transfer my OverDrive history to Libby? ›

Your reading history from the OverDrive app and OverDrive library websites won't transfer to Libby. If you'd like a copy of your OverDrive history for your records, you can export your history using these steps from OverDrive Help. > tags).

Why can't I download books on OverDrive? ›

Make sure downloading is turned on in the OverDrive app

In the OverDrive app, tap the icon in the top-left corner to open the Home menu. Tap Files. Toggle the "Downloads" slider to the ON position. All files queued in the app should start downloading automatically.

How can I use OverDrive without a library card? ›

Even if you create an OverDrive account, you'll still need a library card to sign into your library and borrow digital titles.

Can I use OverDrive for any library? ›

You can borrow titles from any library as long as you have a library card for it.

How long can you keep books on OverDrive? ›

You can borrow eBooks and eAudiobooks from Overdrive or Libby for 7 days, 14 days, or 21 days. It's your choice!

What is the new OverDrive? ›

The new OverDrive is a completely refreshed website and app experience that makes your digital library faster and easier to use than ever before.

How can I listen to library books for free? ›

Libby is a free app where you can borrow ebooks, digital audiobooks, and magazines from your public library. You can stream titles with Wi-Fi or mobile data, or download them for offline use and read anytime, anywhere. All you need to get started is a library card.

How do I borrow ebooks from the library for free? ›

Libby lets you borrow eBooks, audiobooks and magazines from your local library for free, and all that you need is a library card. Built by Overdrive, over 273,000 titles are in its collection that spans 166 subjects. You can read your favorite books on the free Libby app or send them to your Kindle.

Can I access library books online? ›

If your library is signed up with Libby or Hoopla, you can browse, borrow, and read books directly through the app. Audiobooks, magazines, and other digital content are also available to borrow in your app of choice. Some apps even let you send ebooks to the Amazon Kindle app, where it's easier to read.

Is Libby being discontinued? ›

This means that new OverDrive users will need to download the Libby app to access OverDrive eBooks and eAudiobooks on their Android and iOS devices. Current users of the OverDrive app may keep using it for now, but OverDrive plans to discontinue it in early 2023.

What is difference between OverDrive and Libby? ›

Libby is great if you just want to download a book to your Android or iOS phone or tablet. OverDrive is the “classic” app, and is compatible with more devices, including Kindle Fire, Macs, PCs, and Windows mobile devices. It also allows for transfer to MP3 players from computers.

Is there a free audiobook library? ›

LibriVox is a large database of audiobooks which are completely free and in the public domain. The site's books are read by voice actor volunteers from around the world and there are more than 16,000 titles available to download. You can search by title, subject, or author in dozens of languages.

What is the best online library? ›

Google Books - More than 100,000 books and a fully searchable database. Live Search Books - Thousands of books and a fully searchable database. World Digital Library - Source for manuscripts, rare books, music, films, maps, prints and more in multilingual format.

How do I download books from library online? ›

Google Play Books
  1. Download Adobe Digital Edition from the Play Store. ...
  2. Go to google play books and add books to your library. ...
  3. Here, the downloaded books are available in the form of thumbnails.
  4. To download the ebook right, click on the thumbnail of your desired book. ...
  5. Now, use Adobe Digital Edition to open the book.
5 Nov 2020

Can I get eBooks from my local library? ›

You can borrow eBooks from most public libraries and read them on your Kobo eReader. Most public libraries use a service called OverDrive to catalogue and manage eBooks. These instructions will guide you on how to borrow eBooks from your local library using OverDrive.

How long can you borrow an ebook from the library? ›

You can borrow eBooks and eAudiobooks from Overdrive or Libby for 7 days, 14 days, or 21 days. It's your choice!

Why do I have to wait to borrow an ebook from the library? ›

Publishers often require that each digital copy is only loaned to one person at a time (just like physical library books). This ensures that authors, narrators, and other creators are paid fairly for their work, even if it's consumed digitally.

How do you get a PDF of a book for free? ›

5 Best Sites to Download Free PDF Books in 2022
  1. Open Library.
  2. Bookboon.
  3. PDF Books World.
  4. Project Gutenberg.
  5. ManyBooks.
13 Jan 2022

Which is the best online library for ebooks? ›

What Are The Best eBook Sites 2022?
  • Google Bookstore. Google created this platform to make all this scanned and converted knowledge accessible. ...
  • Many Books. ...
  • Open Library. ...
  • BookBoon. ...
  • Overdrive. ...
  • Free Ebooks.net. ...
  • Project Gutenberg. ...
  • Oodles (Playstore)
21 Feb 2022

How do I check out digital books from the library? ›

Go to the website of your local public library and search for "Kindle books" or "eBooks." At checkout, sign in to your Amazon account and select the device to which you want to send the book. Connect your device to Wi-Fi and download the title from the Archived Items or Cloud.

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