The "Map Showing Award of Alaska Boundary Tribunal, October 2, 1896" was drawn on October 20, 1903 and appeared in National Geographic Magazine in January 1904 with an article on the Alaska Boundary Tribunal. The boundary separating the Alaskan Panhandle from British Columbia had been in dispute for many years. A decision was finally reached in 1903 by a tribunal of U.S., Canadian, and British officials.
This high-impact wall mural features a stain-proof laminated surface that simply wipes clean (yes, it's even beer proof!) The multiple panels of laminated photographic paper are re-usable and repositionable, making wall murals a simple, affordable way to brighten up any space. Paint-safe picture hanging strips are included with detailed instructions for ease of hanging.
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