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Return to:   "Jefferson Randolph "Soapy" Smith - The notorious "Soapy" Smith and his outlaw band fleeced the innocent and the foolish as they passed through town en route to the Klondike."

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Volunteer harbor guards
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The notorious "Soapy" Smith in the morgue, July 8th, 1898, Skagway, Alaska
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Soapy Smith's grave
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"'Soapy' Smith's Saloon. Peiser. Skagway, Alaska. Flashlight. 11 PM. 2/26/1898"
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Soapy Smith Gang
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Death of Soapy Smith
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Autopsy on body of Soapy Smith, showing bullet wounds
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Grave of Frank H. Reid, Skagway, Alaska
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Funeral of Frank Reid on the street of Skagway, 1898
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Funeral of Frank Reid at cemetery, Skagway, Alaska, July 19th, 1898
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Case & Draper photography studio tent
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California pack train on streets of Skagway, 1898
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Camp near Skagway
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Brooks pack train, Skagway, 1898
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Broadway, Skagway, Alaska, May 20th, 1898
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Scales and summit on Chilkoot Pass, April, 1898
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Cemetery for snow slide victims
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Skagway, Alaska, June 19, 1898
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Skagway waterfront, 1898
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Skagway tent city, ca. 1898
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Skagway River, 1898
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Skagway newsboys, 1898
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People stand by entrance below sign

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