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Klondike: A Manual for Goldseekers By Charles A. Bramble
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Klondike: A Manual for Goldseekers by Charles A. Bramble first published in 1897. This book includes 12 drawings and 3 maps used as illustrations. Depict the everyday activities of miners en route... More > to and working in the gold fields during the Klondike Gold Rush of 1897. The discovery of gold in 1896 triggered the Klondike Gold Rush, which lasted until 1899. In a four-year period, more than 100,000 men and women set out for the gold fields of the Yukon in hopes of striking it rich. This book was meant to serve as a how-to manual for those seeking gold, and it outlined the most popular routes to the gold fields. The prospector is the pioneer in the work of mineral development. He is the pathfinder to hidden wealth. His part is wholly initiative; his role is at an end almost invariably with the establishment of a fixed value on his "find."< Less
The All-True Gold-Seeking Adventures of Hitty O'Donnell By Paul McPhie
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Based in part on real journals, the novel traces an epic overland journey in 1862 by train, steamboat, wagon, river raft, and horseback to the thriving gold fields of Barkerville in British... More > Columbia's Cariboo region. Packed with exciting incident, the tale is told by the wryly reflective Hitty who comes of age amid a memorable gallery of rogues and dreamers and against the magnificent landscape and lurking perils of mid-nineteenth century North America.< Less
The All-True Gold-Seeking Adventures of Hitty O'Donnell By Paul McPhie
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Based in part on real journals, the novel traces an epic overland journey in 1862 by train, steamboat, wagon, river raft, and horseback to the thriving gold fields of Barkerville in British... More > Columbia's Cariboo region. Packed with exciting incident, the tale is told by the wryly reflective Hitty who comes of age amid a memorable gallery of rogues and dreamers and against the magnificent landscape and lurking perils of mid-nineteenth century North America.< Less