A sleepy little town in southcentral Alaska, Moose Pass hosts a colorful cast of frontier characters. A modern-day school assignment for students to learn about their town's history grew into a community project that had long-time residents rummaging in attics and closets for artifacts and stories. Filled with historical photos and fascinating first-hand vignettes, this book captures the unique history of one of the Kenai Peninsula's first frontier towns. Curated by Alaska historian, Rolfe G. Buzzell, Ph.D. and edited by the former director of the Kenai Mountains-Turnagain Arm National Heritage Area Kaylene Johnson-Sullivan. Turnagain Arm National Heritage Area.