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The entrance to Fort Gibbon


The entrance to Fort Gibbon opened to a street that lay parallel to the
river. The fort was constructed just below the village of Tanana on the
Yukon River. A sternwheeler is visible in the distance. Archives,
University of Alaska Fairbanks.

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