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Parade of the Pioneers of Alaska Igloo No. 1, Feb. 19, [19]08, Nome, Alaska
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En route to Klondike gold fields, Five Finger Rapids
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A Klondyke [sic] garden - Dawson, Y.T.
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A Klondykers [sic] "Home sweet home"
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Klondyke [sic] pioneers
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Suspension bridge over Klondyke [sic] River, Yukon
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First train over the Klondike Mines Railway, Dawson, Y.T.
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White Pass
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One Mile River, between Lindeman and Bennett
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Klondike outfits on the rocks near Dyea, Alaska, copyright 1897
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Klondikers camping at Lake Bennett, June 1st, 1898
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Scene from Lake Bennett during rush of 1898, en route to Klondyke [sic] Gold Fields
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Near Pennington on Lake Bennett, W.P.&Y.R.
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Board game, "Horsman's Game of the Klondike"
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Richardsons Map of the Klondike Alaska and North West Gold Fields
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Klondike Kate wearing a leotard
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Klondike Kate rolling a cigarette
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On Deck of the Steamer Queen, Bound for the Klondike
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Steamer Queen at Haines Mission, Alaska, en route to the Klondike
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"WP&YR"
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The farthest north drawbridge in the world
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Abandoned Gold Rush church near Lake Bennett, B.C.
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Indian village near Dawson
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A claim on the Klondike

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