Alaska high-way

Alaska Highway

noun
a highway in NW Canada and Alaska, extending from E British Columbia to Fairbanks: built as a U.S. military supply route 1942. 1523 miles (2452 km) long.
Also called Alcan Highway.
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Alaska Highway
 
n
Originally called: Alcan Highway a road extending from Dawson Creek, British Columbia, to Fairbanks, Alaska: built by the US Army (1942). Length: 2452 km (1523 miles)

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