How Hudson Stuck's Ascent of Denali Boosted Recognition of Indigenous Alaskans
by Patrick Dean
Hudson Stuck came to America from England in 1885 and lived a life that echoed the era's adventure books, with one important twist. He leveraged his fame from summitting North America's highest peak to advocate for the rights of native Alaskans, beginning with insisting that the mountain he climbed be known by its indigenous name, Denali.
Let's Hear It for Ohio and Its Presidents -- But that Alaska Mountain Should Be Called Denali
by James Robenalt
"My only problem with the way this was handled was that it seemed as if Ohioans and their presidents were once again being disrespected."
SOURCE: University Press of Kansas blog
McKinley's lost his mountain. Should we still remember his presidency?
by Lewis Gould
The answer is yes. But the Ohio members of Congress are wrong to think the mountain was named in honor of the slain president. The naming took place before he was even nominated.
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