3 edition of Alaska and the gold fields of Nome, Golovin Bay, Forty Mile, the Klondike, and other districts. found in the catalog.
Alaska and the gold fields of Nome, Golovin Bay, Forty Mile, the Klondike, and other districts.
North American Transportation and Trading Company.
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Alaska and the gold fields of Nome, Golovin Bay, Forty Mile, the Klondike, and other districts / by the North American Transportation and Trading Co () (Reprint) Published by Pranava Books (). Portus B. Weare was a wooden sternwheel steamship built in for service on the Yukon played a notable role in the Klondike gold rush, being the second ship to bring news of the Klondike gold strike and an estimated $1 million in gold down the river in This set off the gold rush.
The vessel carried freight and passengers up the Yukon to Dawson City and later r: John J. Holland. Alaska and the gold fields of Nome, Golovin Bay, Forty Mile, the Klondike, and other districts / ([Seattle, Wash.?]: North American Transportation and Trading Co., [?]), by North American Transportation and Trading Company (page images at HathiTrust).
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Clausen (Volume XVI: Page ) "The stampede to Alaska, where everyone believes that gold grows as big as pears on the trees, is on in full force." So began a story in Seattle's Washington posten on Febru The stories of the new gold fields discovered in Northern Alaska induced him to go to Nome.
He arrived in the camp in the spring ofand opened a law office. He practiced law until the spring ofwhen Judge Moore appointed him to the office of United States Commissioner of the Fairhaven District. Inwhen the Klondike discovery electrified the world, a member of this forgotten expedition—one Libby—remembered that he had found gold in Alaska while surveying near Bering Strait thirty years before, and although this spot was many hundreds of miles west of Dawson City, he determined to return on a hunt for the stream.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Alaska and the Klondike: A Journey to the New Eldorado with Hints to the Traveller and Observations on the Physical History and Geology of the Gold Regions, the Conditions of and Methods of Working the Klondike Placers, and the Laws Governing and Regulating Mining in the Northwest Territory of Canada by Angelo Heilprin.
PREFACE. A fter returning from his first experience in Alaska inthe author was prompted to write from his diary, primarily for his friends, a sketch of the rush to the Cape Nome gold-fields and the character of the country and its people.
This account, with some modifications, forms the first half of this book. The second half, parts of which were written in the atmosphere of the. Alaska's natural splendors are overwhelming. From the snow-covered peak of Mount McKinley to the volcanic islands of the Aleutian chain, from the expansive treeless tundra of the North Slope to the tall spruce and deep fjords of Southeast, the nature of Alaska is wild, vast, and magnificent.
Humans are diminutive by comparison, and their architecture equally so. \laska Road Coml~ission Historical Narrative Final Report by Claus-r~.
Naske Professor of History June Prepared for: State of Alaska Department of Transportation and PublicFile Size: 18MB. 38 Donald H. Richter, Geology and Lode-Gold Deposits, USGS Professional Paper B (), B1, B3, B11; Barry, A History of Mining, ; Martin W.
Jasper, Property Examination Report, Surprise Mine, Alaska Exploration and Development Corporation, Gold-Quartz Property, Nuka Bay, Kenai Peninsula, Territory of Alaska, Department of Mines, Report. Alaska Business (ISSN ) is published monthly by Alaska Business Publishing Co., Inc., W.
Northern Lights Boulevard, SuiteAnchorage, Alaska ; Telephone: () The Matanuska and Xenana fields, both located on The Alaska Railroad, are now producing high-grade coal in commercial quantities, and other fields will soon be developed.
Indications of oil are visible in many different districts, notably in the Cold Bay region, on the Alaska Peninsula, where several large companies are now drilling.
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DEPARTMENTS From the Editor 7 Market Squares 84 Right Moves Inside Alaska Business. Among the other villages, all summer resorts, are Annisquam, Bay View and Magnolia (so called from the Magnolia glauca, which grows wild there, this being probably its most northerly habitat); near Magnolia are Rafe’s Chasm (60 ft.
deep and ft. wide) and Norman’s Woe, the scene of the wreck of the “Hesperus” (which has only. A building in a rural location with no specific address is listed by the building type, for example, “Farm House.” Historic Districts. Historic districts are comprised of structures with separate addresses but united by a historic district designation or some other historic, geo¬ graphic, or administrative link.
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Among them thar hills were regions with gold deposits belonging to the Cherokee, Creek, Chickasaw, Choctaw and Seminole of the Five Civilized Tribes in the Southeast.5/5(1). > > > E N T E R. Juneau alone took ﬁve times more gold out of the Treadwell and Alaska–Juneau mines than the United States paid for all of Alaska—and that was twenty years before the booms in Nome and Fairbanks or the hundreds of other strikes that stretched from the Arctic Ocean to the Inside Passage.
Southeast Alaska had a much warmer climate than that experienced by other Alaska Natives, but the prized article of clothing was the Chilkat robe. These robes were woven by the women from mountain goat wool and cedar bark strips based on totemic patterns designed by the men.
Alaska Place Directory - Free ebook download as Word Doc .doc), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free. Lies between Golovin Bay and Nome River, taking its name from the Topkuk River, Forty Mile prob ably has advantage over the Klondike in the water supply.
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