Klondike Gold Rush, 1898


Klondike Gold rush, 1898. Miners and entrepreneurs risked freezing temperatures and starvation to arrive at Dawson City in the newly established Yukon Territory of Canada. All hoped to earn a fortune directly or indirectly from the gold that had been discovered there. By 1899, The Klondike Gold rush had ended, and Dawson city lost most of its population.

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