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The Klondike Gold Rush

The Photographers

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The lasting treasures of the Klondike gold rush are the remarkable photos taken at the time. The two most prolific photographers were Eric Hegg, and Frank La Roche. Hegg, a Swedish American, came to the Klondike to expand his photographic business. La Roche traveled to the Klondike along with the first wave of stampeders. He sold his prints and published an album entitled “Enroute to the Klondike”

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The Klondike Gold Rush

The Klondike Gold Rush

In The Klondike Gold Rush, over 100,000 people journey to the far North in search of gold.

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The Cremation of Sam McGee

Actress Sue Taylor recites Robert Service’s famed ballad “The Cremation of Sam McGee.”

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The Cremation of Sam McGee

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The Klondike Gold Rush

The Palace Grand Theatre

The Palace Grand Theatre plays a significant role in Dawson City’s gold rush history.

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The Palace Grand Theatre

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The Sights and Sounds of the Yukon

The Klondike gold rush area spans thousands of miles of pristine natural beauty.

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The Sights and Sounds of the Yukon

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The Klondike Gold Rush Trailer

The Klondike Gold Rush tells the legendary story of the Alaska-Yukon Gold Rush.

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