For What He Could Become: A Story of War, Friendship, Alcoholism, Homelessness, and the Purifying Power of Alaska’s Iditarod Sled Dog Race

by Sleddoggin Staff on March 21, 2012

For What He Could Become: A Story of War, Friendship, Alcoholism, Homelessness, and the Purifying Power of Alaska’s Iditarod Sled Dog Race

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The story is about Bill Williams, half Irish, half Athabaskan Indian who leaves his native village after a disastrous bear hunt, works on a Yukon Riverboat, searches for gold, helps build the AlCan Highway and goes to war in 1942. Surviving the Battle of the Bulge, he returns to find the village sterile, his girlfriend married to his brother, and the lifestyle not conducive to one who has fought a war through Belgium and Germany. He moves to Anchorage where, after a series of mishaps, he becomes

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