The real Klondike Kate
The story of Katherine Ryan, born in Johnville, New Brunswick in 1869, and who joined the Yukon Gold Rush in 1898. Nicknamed "Klondike Kate", she was the first female member of the North West Mounted Police, one of the first women to walk the Stikine Trail, and an early suffragette and important political figure in the North.
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The Town that was Built in a Day
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