The Chilkoot Pass during the height of the Klondike Gold Rush, 1898 Climbing Chilkoot Trail, Alaska Klondikers carrying supplies ascending the Chilkoot Pass, 1898 Dogsled team at Sheep Camp, Chilkoot Trail, Alaska, ca. 1898 1898

“The Chilkoot Trail is a 33-mile trail through the Coast Mountains that leads from U.S. Alaska to Canadian British Columbia. It was a major route from the coast to the Yukon goldfields in the late 1890s. The trail became obsolete in 1899 when a railway was built.”

- Wikipedia

Sources: Library and Archives Canada; Library University Washington


One Response

  1. tontonremi

    white men stole zee gold from zee amerindians (who didn’t care much about zee stuff)
    and now zee white men will learn how 2 live zee true american way : that is amerindian


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