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Province WideAmerican Experience: Gold Fever
Gold Fever - follow the thousands of prospectors who streamed into the Yukon in search of fortune.
Northwest Territories and Yukon Radio System History Project
Main Page About the Project History People Stations Stories Vignettes Volunteers Links Acknowledgements Message Centre Unidentified Photos Site Map News For a close-up view of the plaques click on ...
Yukon Government Heritage Branch
Government of Yukon -
Yukon History & Genealogy
Yukon History & Genealogy Klondike Gold Rush From general histories to related databases and biographies. Yukon-Alaska Genealogy There are many resources available to help you trace relatives who ...
Yukon Places and Names
Yukon Places and Names is an excellent source of information on Yukon place names and presents fascinating accounts of their history and the people behind the names. It is a reference book, a ...
Inside YukonHistory of Carcross (Carcross)
Carcross, originally Caribou Crossing, from First Nations camp to mining centre and beyond
History of Carmacks (Carmacks)
Carmacks, from First Nations camp to coal mining centre to Yukon River expedition headquarters
History of Ross River (Ross River)
From a fur-trading post called Smith's Landing, to a supply centre on the Canol Project.
History of Tagish (Tagish)
Tagish, from First Nations camp to Mounted Police post to recreational paradise
Joseph Whiteside Boyle (Dawson City)
The Legendary Canadian, Joseph W. Boyle "A man with the heart of a Viking, and the simple faith of a child." Inscription on grave stone. From the book "In Praise Of A Canadian Hero" ~ ...
Mayo Historical Society - Gold and Galena (Mayo)
Mayo Historical Society, Mayo, Yukon, Canada
Miles Canyon Historical Railway Society (Whitehorse)
Miles Canyon Historical Railway Society - Whitehorse, Yukon Territory Two must do attractions when visiting Whitehorse, Yukon: Copperbelt Railway Mining Museum Located on the Alaska Highway, ...
The History of Whitehorse (Whitehorse)
Whitehorse, from First Nations camp to sternwheeler and railway hub, the the capital of the Yukon Territory
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