5 edition of Off to Klondike, or, A cowboy"s rush to the gold fields found in the catalog.
Off to Klondike, or, A cowboy"s rush to the gold fields
Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the University of British Columbia Library. Ottawa : Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions, 1981.
|Other titles||A cowboy"s rush to the gold fields.|
|Statement||by Gordon Stables ; illustrations by Charles Whymper.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 15056|
|Contributions||Whymper, Charles, 1853-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 microfiches (183 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||183|
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Most Popular Gold Rush Movies and TV Shows a small group of German compatriots head into the hostile northern interior of British Columbia in search for gold at the height of the Klondike Gold Rush. Director: Thomas This movie chronicled Jack London's epic journey from San Francisco to the Klondike gold fields in Director /10(K).
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We are among the top independent sellers of Canadian books on the Internet. Full text of "Off to Klondike, or, A cowboy's rush to the gold fields [microform]" See other formats. Klondike, where the gold was eventually found, is at the northern end of the Rocky Mountain chain, and gold had been found in various places in the chain for fifty years before the great Yukon strike was made.
Starting with the California gold rush ofgold was discovered in a File Size: KB. The account ot the Klondike gold fields, which includes pragmatic discussions of such things as ming techniques, cabin-building, and the operation of dog teams, is solid, reliable, and facinating.
Adney was not only a good writer, he was also an accomplished photographer, and there are over photographs and drawings in the text, adding an important visual /5(2). When Josephine Knowles left for the Klondike gold fields with her husband inshe didn’t know she would be facing a constant battle with cold, disease, malnutrition, and the ever-present possibility of death.
With quiet determination, she resolved to survive, to endure each fresh Author: Josephine Knowles. A sternwheeler from the days of the Klondike Gold Rush The Wreck of the A.J. Goddard Lindsey Thomas, Doug Davidge and John Pollack. Gold 3 A chance to profit 4 seek their fortunes in the Klondike gold fields.
Guidebooks were hurried to press, and then set off in their homemade boats as soon as the ice was off theFile Size: 2MB. Gold discoveries at Circle City and Cook Inlet in Alaska sparked a small rush in Seattle inbut the fervor did not equal that generated by the Klondike strike.
The discovery of gold in on Rabbit Creek, a tributary of the Klondike River, heralded a momentous era for the city. The Klondike. Cries of "Gold. Gold. Gold!" sent overoptimistic "stampeders" rushing to Dawson City and the Klondike gold fields in and They believed riches lay waiting for those who could reach this remote Canadian region.
Stampeders were physically unprepared and poorly equipped for the severe northern climate and terrain. Description. Inspired by the adventures of a hardy nineteenth-century Irish emigrant to America, Micí Mac Gabhann, who detailed his exploits in the Irish language book Rotha Mór an tSaoil, Michael McMonagle undertakes an epic journey to retrace his ing his journey from New York to the Klondike Gold Rush, he traverses the Great Plains, the Rocky Mountains of.
The Klondike gold strike in the Yukon Territory marked the end of an era when prospectors could hope to dig out a fortune from the earth. Perhaps because it came so late in time compared to other major gold strikes, or perhaps because some miners did take home millions in spite of the frozen environment, this gold rush left a lasting mark on the American imagination.
The book "Jason's Gold" by Will Hobbs (not published until ) was about a boy who went to Klondike in search for gold and his experience there.  Canadian author Vicki Delany writes the Klondike Gold Rush series of mystery novels from Dundurn Press, which include Gold Digger () and Gold Fever () and Gold Mountain (May ).
Ethel and Clarence were cautious with their money, and through studious investments and planning, managed to keep and increase their wealth - a rarity among the gold rich "Klondike Kings." They brought out $ million from their claims along Eldorado Creek, moved to Fairbanks during the Tanana gold rush and made more money there.
Many routes led to the Klondike. All were difficult. The gold fields lay over 2, miles from Seattle, the closest major American city. The most direct way was by boat to the Lynn Canal in southeastern Alaska, over White or Chilkoot Pass into Canada, and down the Yukon River.
He disembarked from the Excelsior at San Francisco in July with $50, in Klondike gold. His starving days were over but his windfall could easily have been millions, had he held his claim. Ohio: Joe Staley - Staley, of Dayton, Ohio, was a newcomer to the Yukon gold rush in the summer of Konopa, Charles.
A Bibliography of the Klondike Gold Rush. Seattle: U. S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park, Seattle Unit, Special Collections PNW: Z Y9 K65 Mayer, Melanie J.
Klondike Women: True Tales of the Gold Rush. Athens, Ohio: Swallow Press/Ohio University.A Brief Gold Rush History. Native Use of the Area Before the Gold Rush Europeans Eye the Chilkoot and White Pass Corridors Skookum Jim's Discovery Routes to the Gold Fields Transportation Improvements.
2. Skagway After the Gold Rush. Skagway's Economy, Post-Gold Rush Use of Dyea and the Chilkoot Trail Highway Construction in the.