sidebar

LitSite Home

Return to:   Fort Gibbon and the Village of Tanana - Even before the Klondike gold strike, Alaska's Interior was crawling with miners and traders who were drawn by gold and the opportunity to get rich.
 previous Gallery Thumbnails  next
A group of Tanana residents

UAF-1994-70-395

A group of Tanana residents gathers at the waterfront, possibly to
greet an incoming boat, in this ca. 1910 photograph by Lawyer Rivenburg. He
titled it “Ship Ahoy.” Archives, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

For more information about this image click here.


sidebar
  Contact Us       LitSite Alaska, Copyright © 2000 - 2014. All rights reserved. University of Alaska Anchorage.
University of Alaska Anchorage