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Richardsons Map of the Klondike Alaska and North West Gold Fields

G3522 K5 H2 1897 R53

Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Blueprint, mounted on cloth. 8 maps on 1 sheet; components: 1. Alaska -- 2. Aleutian Islands -- 3. The Klondike gold fields -- 4. Rink Rapids -- 5. Seciton of placer claim no. 14 on Eldorado Creek, Klondyke District -- 6. Lake routes -- 7. North West Territory -- 8. Map of Cook Inlet. Shows trails, railroads and steamship routes. Shows minerals found in various regions. "Compiled from all the latest surveys and scientific explorations including the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey." Published in Pueblo Colorado by Chas. O. Richardson in 1897. University of Alaska Fairbanks - Rare Maps Collection.

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