A Klondike scrapbook: ordinary people, extraordinary times
A collection of letters, newspaper articles and government records of the day along with first-hand accounts which tell of the ordinary men and women who sought fortune in the Klondike goldfields. Includes illustrations by the photographs of Kinsey and Kinsey, many never before published.
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Alaska arrival in Dawson Belinda Mulrooney Bonanza and Eldorado Bonanza Detachment building cabins Canadian churches Clarence Kinsey Clarence's Clarke's cleanup Courtesy of Jim Dawson City Dawson Daily dirt and gravel dogs Dominion Day downtown Grand Forks dredges Dyea early Eldorado and Bonanza Eldorado creeks established families freight girl glass plate negatives Gold Bottom gold rush Grand Forks Hotel hauled hillside claims Hunker husband insane Jim Johnson Jim Kingsley journey Juneau Kinsey and Kinsey Kinsey glass plate Klondike Lost Klondike mining KLONDIKE SCRAPBOOK Klondike society letters licensed premises lived miners months Myrtle Brocee never Nome Norman Bolotin North West Mounted one-room schoolhouse owners prostitutes quickly roadhouses saloons Seattle sister sleigh sluices sluiceway Special Collections Division spring stageline staked steepled churches streets summer surviving Tacoma tent town townsite trip University of Washington Washington Libraries West Mounted Police Whitehorse winter woman Woolrich Yukon Territory