“Mrs. Spring Fragrance” by Edith Maude Eaton
Mrs. Spring Fra¬grance, the 1912 story collection from which the title story is included here, offers more than mere chinoiserie: her questions about love, tradi¬tion, and the meaning of “assimilation” in a new nation are still resonant almost a century later.
- Twenty-eight of the units have been mounted so far from Ward Cove to Settlers Cove, and two more will be mounted when approved by property owners.
- 77 percent of the young people in Anchorage who were trafficked for sex were homeless at the time.
- The internees, from St. Paul and St. George in the Pribolof Islands, were moved 1,300 miles against their will. Many died on the way and in Funter Bay over their two-year internment.