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Early Days at Caribou Crossing and the Discovery of Gold on the Klondike
by Henderson, Patsy

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Early Days at Caribou Crossing and the Discovery of Gold on the Klondike 
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  "Patsy gives this lecture in the waiting room of the White Pass and Yukon Railway Station at Carcross, YT. On a platform he has a table with several models of traps and snares. On the wall are several pictures which he later identifies in the Klondike Story." Patsy Henderson was born near Tagish, Yukon about 1876, this book was dictated to Jennie Mae Moyer in 1949. Caribou Crossing had its name changed to Carcross in 1904 to avoid the problems of mail being misdirected. Caribou Crossing was a popular name it seems.

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Quantity:1 item(s) available
Weight:0.80 kg
Price: CDN$ 175.00 (US$ 170.30)
 
Stock Number:11823AN
Author:Henderson, Patsy
Publication Date:1950
Size/Dimensions:16mo - over 5 - 6 inches tall
Binding:Card Cover Stapled
Condition:Very Good+/No Jacket. 16 pp. Book has edgewear, slight mark on back cover, traces of sticker removal on front cover, pen mark on front cover. No annotations.

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