Abandoned Ships: The Fate of Dawson City's Gold Rush Paddlewheelers

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Visiting Dawson City in the Yukon is a childhood dream. So rich in frontier history and the site of the Great Klondike Gold Rush of 1896-1899. With the museum closed, I decided to wander into the forests to search for the nautical ghosts of the past.

Special Thanks to the Dawson City Information Center for providing important details and the gold pan!

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A Ghost Town by Quincas Moreira
Fuscia by Sextile
Dreaming Blue by Sextile
Spirit of Fire by Jesse Gallagher
The Coquette by the United States Marine Band

For a fascinating look at the Klondike Gold Rush, look no further than Pierre Burton's definitive book: Klondike, the Last Great Gold Rush 1896-1899 Available here (Amazon Affiliate Link*):

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