About Juneau

United States , Alaska
While its modern-day identity is Juneau, the city has gone by several names.  The city was previously regarded as Rockwell and before that it was once known as Harrisburg. Even earlier than it used to be acknowledged as Harrisburg, Rockwell, or Juneau, the village used to be a settlement for the Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian tribes that knew it as a one-of-a-kind name. The community obtained its modern namesake after Joseph Juneau teamed up with a member of the Tlingit tribe and discovered gold plots in the land. Not long after this discovery, Juneau grew to be a popular contract town.
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