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KLONDIKE By Allan Cannon
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KLONDIKE J.J. edits a magazine devoted to the supernatural, but doesn’t believe a word he prints, until he returns, for the first time, to the home town of his youth, where he meets the... More > seemingly innocent eight-year-old daughter of an old love. She now uses unrealized powers, inherited from her unexplainable ancestors, to wreak havoc on the industry that killed her grandfathers.< Less
Brotherhood of the Klondike By Jim Elik
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Three young brothers discover the lost journal of their great-great grandfather. In it they learn of his adventures in the Klondike during the gold rush of 1898, when he was only seventeen years... More > old. Through twists and turns, all of the characters get caught up in mysterious and intriguing circumstances.< Less
Brotherhood of the Klondike By Jim Elik
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Three young brothers discover the lost journal of their great-great grandfather. In it they learn of his adventures in the Klondike during the gold rush of 1898, when he was only seventeen years... More > old. Through twists and turns, all of the characters get caught up in mysterious and intriguing circumstances.< Less
The Klondike Chest By Alan Grainger
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It is said a hundred thousand men (including my grandfather) made their way to the Klondike in search of gold during the The Great Gold Rush of 1896/7. The Klondike Chest tells the story of some of... More > them as they battle against the fickleness and adversity of nature, and the greed of man, hoping to find gold which will banish their poverty. Ill-prepared, badly advised, under-equipped,and just plain stupid, it's astonishing how many completed the journey which may have included a six hundred mile float down the Yukon River on a home-made raft, or a five hundred mile hike along it banks in mid winter blizzards,carrying enough supplies to last a year.< Less
In Search of a Siberian Klondike By Homer B. Hulbert
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In Search of a Siberian Klondike written by Homer B. Hulbert. AS NARRATED BY WASHINGTON B. VANDERLIP. THE CHIEF ACTOR and HEREIN SET FORTH BY HOMER B. HULBERT. ILLUSTRATED WITH MANY PHOTOGRAPHS by... More > THE CENTURY CO. Copyright, 1903, by THE CENTURY CO. Published, October, 1903.< Less
MISHA, THE KLONDIKE KLOWN By SANDY HARLEY
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Full-color illustrations show the misadventures of a young Alaskan Malamute, with the story told in rhyme. Based on the experience of the author and illustrator, Sandy Harley, with her dog Misha.... More > Another dog, Grey, participates in the amusing and harrowing challenges of dealing with Misha. Suitable not only for children of all ages, but also for any adult who loves dogs, especially the wolfish "snow dogs," the huskies.< Less
Maybe Tomorrow We Will Strike It By William Dunn
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A Klondike Gold Miner's Letters Home, 1898-1900
Maybe Tomorrow We Will Strike It By William Dunn
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A Klondike Gold Miner's Letters Home, 1898-1900
Brown Wolf and Other Jack London Stories By Jack London
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Several short stories about dogs, adventure in the far west, the Klondike and on the sea. Brown wolf -- That spot -- Trust -- All gold canyon -- The story of Keesh -- Nam-bok the unveracious --... More > Yellow handkerchief -- Make westing -- The heathen -- The hobo and the fairy -- "Just meat" -- A nose for the king.< Less
The Thin Black Line By David Rowland
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This is David Rowland's first novel. The story is set during the Klondike Gold Rush of the late 19th century. Summer 1897, Samuel Cross labours tirelessly on his father's farm. he longs for a more... More > fulfilling life and welcomes the monthly trip into the port of Seattle to pick up supplies. It is during such a visit, that he reads a newspaper headline that gold has been found in the Klondike and men have returned richer than they could have imagined. With little prospect that his life will change, he takes control and leaves for Seattle without telling his parents. Luck is on his side as he finds a company looking for cooks to feed the mining company employees in the Klondike; the steamer departs tomorrow. On board he meets up with three young men similar to himself, all with different stories to tell, one of which will come to threaten his own life. The story follows the young men as their friendship grows and they endeavour to strike it rich in the frozen north.< Less