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''North to the Future'' is the state motto of [[Alaska]]. In 1963 the Alaska Centennial Commission sponsored a contest for anyone to come up with a centennial motto. The prize was $300.00. After receiving 761 entries, the commission chose the motto of Richard Peter, who was a [[Juneau]] journalist.
 
''North to the Future'' is the state motto of [[Alaska]]. In 1963 the Alaska Centennial Commission sponsored a contest for anyone to come up with a centennial motto. The prize was $300.00. After receiving 761 entries, the commission chose the motto of Richard Peter, who was a [[Juneau]] journalist.
  
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North to the Future is the state motto of Alaska. In 1963 the Alaska Centennial Commission sponsored a contest for anyone to come up with a centennial motto. The prize was $300.00. After receiving 761 entries, the commission chose the motto of Richard Peter, who was a Juneau journalist.