4 edition of The Klondyke [sic] gold fields found in the catalog.
The Klondyke [sic] gold fields
|Statement||by Charles Alexander Plempel ; illustrated by Isaac B. Beales.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 15912|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (35 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||35|
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spring, leave for the Klondyke gold fields, where he hopes to pan out From the Woodland (CuLl Mail. Hardly anyone who knows him nrnnM thlnlr that In Til" W W Man-born Novem farlan6) one of onr moet eateemed and enough gold to come back to Mexico The foUowlng, excerpt from flow Women Fare in Alaska, THE WIFE OF WILLIAM L. FROST. and South Africa. In the second half of a Joly-Normandin Biographe was shown at various places in the Australian colonies by two Frenchmen, Auguste Plane and Charles Lomet. 1 There were two models of this type of cinematographe, which both used 35 mm film: one with 5 sprocket holes per side per frame and another with 4 sprocket holes, to be compatible with Edison .
William B. Haskell, Two Years in the Klondike and Alaskan Gold-Fields, – A Thrilling Narrative of Life in the Gold Mines and Camps (Fairbanks, ); and E. Hazard Wells, Magnificence and Misery: A Firsthand Account of the Klondike Gold Rush, ed. by Randall M. Dodd (Garden City, N.Y., ). SEA HISTORY , SUMMER lives and meager savings to seek their fortun e in the Kl o ndike. 1 h e ro ute to the gold fields was through Alas ka, .
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Alaska gold rush trails: time line, ghost towns, routes to the gold fields, stories of the past. Panel title. "Alaska gold rush centennial." Includes text, descriptive index to gold rush routes, and col.
ill. Text, col. ill., and "Gold rush time line" on verso. Contributor: Alaska. Division of. On the way to the gold fields Excerpt from an article written by Australian George Vernon who describes his travels to the Klondike during the gold rush for a Brisbane newspaper. #2 old Rush Klondyke Adventurers.
On the Way to the Field Letter from a Brisbaneite [someone from Brisbane, Australia]. Shows gold-mining concessions along rivers in the Olekminsk region, Siberia, Russia.
"Sostavlena godu." In Russian. India ink and col. inks. Sectioned to 12 panels and mounted on cloth backing. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. The Northern Pacific Railroad Company published the Chicago Record's Book for Gold Seekers in and included the following supply list: lbs.
bacon lbs. flour 25 lbs. rolled oats lbs. beans 10 lbs. tea 10 lbs. coffee 25 lbs. sugar 25 lbs. dried potatoes 2 lbs. dried onions 15 lbs. salt 1 lb. pepper 75 lbs. dried fruits 8 lbs. Ingersoll brought out a best-selling book, Gold Fields of the Klondyke (sic) which stated:" Juneau, a town of 3, is rightly called the metropolis (of Alaska Territory).
Whether she will retain this prestige remains to be seen. If so, one of two things must occur. She must plane down. [Klondyke gold fields, Yukon district [electronic resource]: map of routes from Vancouver, B.C. to the various mining camps and the Yukon River and its branches ; mining regulations of the Dominion government forms of application].
([S.l.]: A.E. Goodman, [?]) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). Millroy's map of Alaska and the Klondyke gold fields. [Mormon Temple Salt Lake City]. A new & correct map of the whole World. A new chart of part of the North Pacific Ocean exhibiting the various Straits Islands and dangers.
North America divided into its III principall [sic] parts. (Dunham, “Alaskan Gold Fields,” p. The writer Jack London was part of the rush of 98, and no doubt was a little bitter at learning his effort s were for naught, as is appar ent in a report.
Two Years in the Klondike and Alaskan Gold Fields A Thrilling Narrative of Life in the Gold Mines and Camps (Classic Reprint Series (Univ of Alaska Pr), No 5) William Haskell A thrilling narrative of personal experiences and adventures in the wonderful gold regions of Alaska and the Klondike, with observations of travel and.
A North American Transportation and Trading Company advertisement for those wanting to travel “Direct to Klondyke on Palace Steamers.” This was the fast “rich man’s route” to the Yukon from Seattle.
Hardware Prices. Guide to the Klondike and Yukon Gold Fields in Alaska and Northwest Territories (Seattle: Lowman and Hanford, To the memory of the indomitable prospectors and miners who, braving extreme dangers and untold hardships crossed the Chilkat and Chilkoot [sic] passes into the unexplored valley of the Yukon, and thus paved the way for the discovery in of the rich gold fields with which the names of Robert Henderson and George W.
Carmack are inseparably. The gold and coal fields of Alaska - together with the principal steamer routes and trails LOC tif 9, × 7,; MB The ice age in North America and its bearing upon the antiquity of man. 5th ed. with many new maps and illus., enl. and rewritten to incorporate the facts that bring it up to date, with chapters on ( Full text of "Off to Klondike, or, A cowboy's rush to the gold fields [microform]" See other formats.
A North American Transportation and Trading Company advertisement for those wanting to travel "Direct to Klondyke on Palace Steamers." This was the fast "rich man's route" to the Yukon from Seattle.
Hardware Prices. Guide to the Klondike and Yukon Gold Fields in Alaska and Northwest Territories (Seattle: Lowman and Hanford, ), Gold mines and mining -- Mexico.
See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Gold mines and mining; Mines and mineral resources -- Mexico; Mexico; Narrower term.
Ready reference and hand book of the Klondyke and Alaskan gold fields - Montague, Phil. (Philip S.).pdf Reconnaissance of the gold fields of southern Alaska with some notes on general geology - Becker, George F.
(George Ferdinand), pdf Red Line Transportation Company [microform] Skagway, White Pass Summit, log cabin, Document Guidebook Excerpts. Klondyke and Yukon Guide: Alaska and Northwest Territory Gold Fields (Seattle: Alaska Illustrators, ), pp.
4, 12, 14, 22, The Klondike gold rush changed everything. Ingold was found in the Klondike region of Canada's Yukon Territory. On Jthe steamer Queen docked at Moore's wharf with the first boat load of prospectors.
More ships brought thousands of hopeful miners into the new town and prepared for the mile journey to the gold fields in Country: United States.
Gold - Disk 1 Alaska & Klondike A mile of gold [microform] strange adventures on the Yukon - Stanley, William A railway to the Klondike [microform] - Sheffield, W. A winter journey to the Klondyke, with a glimpse of the mines [microform] - Palmer, Frederick, pdf Alaska and the gold fields of Nome, Port Clarence, Golovin.
This town on Lake Bennett was the starting point for the river voyage to the Yukon (Klondyke) Gold Fields in Thousands of Stampeders camped here and built boats. By the time the church was finished, the miners were gone down the river.
Full text of "The pioneers of the Klondyke; being an account of two years police service on the Yukon;" See other formats.A CLAIM ON KLONDYKE PREAMBLE. Somewhere near midnight in Januarya man—important to this little history—stood on an expanse of glittering snow, amidst low forest-covered hills and rugged mountains which were draped in the same white garb.
He was looking eagerly towards the north-west, and was listening intently."Includes an account of the author's activities in the Cassiar district in the late 's."-- Lowther, B.
J., & Laing, M. (). A bibliography of British Columbia: Laying the foundations, Victoria, BC: University of Victoria, p. "Autobiography of man born at Fort Liard who became Canadian Deputy Minister of Mines and Resources.
Includes a number of references .