George and Jean Rogers came to Alaska in 1945. They built a home, raised a family and were very active community members in Juneau, where they lived.
George’s academic background and advanced degrees allowed him to work as an economist, professor and researcher. During his long career he held local public office, worked for the federal and territorial governments and started an academic institute. He was one of those who helped pen the state constitution.
360 North is dedicating an evening of television programming to the contributions made by this man.
Alaska Statehood Pioneers: In Their Own Words
Creating Alaska: Framing the Constitution
Conversation with George Rogers