Gold Rush Dogs

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Alaska Northwest Books, 2001 - Pets - 119 pages
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Discusses some of the most notable canines in the history of Alaska, including sled dogs, reindeer dogs, and fictional dogs, and examines their importance to the state's development.

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User Review  - cathyskye - LibraryThing

First Line: Legions of treasure seekers during the Alaska-Yukon gold rush era depended on the loyalty and hard work of their dogs. Murphy and Haigh set out to tell us about the most famous dogs during ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ray - Goodreads

I really liked this book. It talked about the many dogs that were around during the Gold Rush period. It talked about nine different dogs and their owners. In each chapter it talked about the ... Read full review

Contents

THE INDISPENSABLE GLACIER EXPLORER MICHTY MASTIFF
11
loa buddies
75
S2 NATIVE MUSHERS
82
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About the author (2001)

Writer Claire Rudolph Murphy uses her firsthand knowledge of Alaska to create interesting and educational stories including The Prince and the Salmon People, A Child's Alaska, and Gold Rush Women.

Jane G. Haigh began her career as a local historian in Fairbanks, Alaska, which she continues to call home. She is the author of a number of books of popular Alaskan history, including Gold Rush Women, Gold Rush Dogs, and King Con: The Story of Soapy Smith.

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