A trip to Alaska and the Klondike in the summer of 1905

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The Ebbert & Richardson co., 1906 - Alaska - 115 pages
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Page 64 - If you are fond of athletics, and like good jumping, lift the mattress and see the bed spring.
Page 63 - ... three months afterwards, when Beaver had set him up for a trader, by fitting him up a boat, which he was to pay him for at some future time, and lending him two hundred barrs' worth of goods for his first trading voyage, instead of returning according to his promise, he made away with boat and goods, and the last that was heard of him was, that he was in prison at Bissao, — a proper reward for his ingratitude. It was, perhaps, well for Beaver that he thus absconded ; for it came afterwards...
Page 64 - If your lamp goes out, take a feather out of the pillow ; that's light enough for any room.
Page 64 - Guéris arc requested not to speak to the dumb waiter. Guests wishing to get up without being called can have self-raising flour for supper. Not responsible for diamonds, bicycles, or other valuables kept under the pillows ; they should be deposited in the safe.
Page 64 - Guests wishing to do a little driving will find hammer and nails in the closet Guests wishing to get up without being called can have self-rising flour for supper.
Page 15 - The Yosemite Valley is beautiful; the Yellowstone Park is wonderful; the Canyon of the Colorado is colossal; Alaska is all of them.
Page 38 - This is a very pretty spot, cleared by the Government at a cost of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars.
Page 101 - Government lends a herd to any native known to be trustworthy for a certain length of time. At the end of this period the original herd is returned to the Government, the native keeping the increase.

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