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KLONDIKE RIVER
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Definitions

  1. The Klondike River is a tributary of the Yukon River in Canada and gave its name to the Klondike Gold Rush.
  2. The Klondike river is a tributary of the Yukon river, which flows into it at Dawson.
  3. It lies around Klondike River, a small stream that enters the Yukon River from the east at Dawson. (Web site)

Klondike Bar

  1. It is believed that the Klondike Bar was named after the Klondike River in Canada’s west central Yukon Territory.

Group

  1. The group then headed a few miles up the Klondike River to Rabbit Creek, now Bonanza Creek to hunt moose.

Canada

  1. The mining district south of the Klondike River in Yugon Territory, Canada, which was the scene of the gold rush of 1897.

Edmonton

  1. Though far away from Dawson City and the Klondike River, Edmonton became known as a "Gateway to the North" for gold prospectors.
  2. Although far away from Dawson City and the Klondike River, Edmonton became known as a "Gateway to the North" for gold prospectors en route to Canada's North. (Web site)

Yukon

  1. Dawson City was the hub of activity, located where the Klondike River flows into the Yukon.
  2. The famous gold rush in the Klondike River region in the 1890s brought thousands of people to the Yukon. (Web site)

Gold

  1. The discovery of gold on the Klondike River in 1896 introduced a whole new range of activity to the Alaska Commercial Company.
  2. In 1885, gold was found in paying quantities on the bars of the Stewart River, south of the Klondike River. (Web site)
  3. After the famous gold strikes in the Klondike River region in the 1890s, thousands of fortune hunters arrived in search of gold. (Web site)

Klondike Gold Rush

  1. It attracted attention following the rich gold strikes in 1896 on one of its Canadian tributaries, the Klondike River (see Klondike gold rush). (Web site)

Tributary

  1. George Carmack, Skookum Jim and Dawson Charlie discovered a rich paystreak of gold in Bonanza Creek (a tributary of the Klondike River) on August 17, 1896.
  2. A party led by Skookum Jim Mason discovered gold on a tributary of the Klondike River in August 1896.

Yukon River

  1. The Yukon River became known to the world following the rich gold strikes in 1896 on the Klondike River in Canada. (Web site)
  2. The Klondike river has its source in the Ogilvie Mountains and flows into the Yukon River at Dawson City. (Web site)

Klondike River

  1. Britannica online encyclopedia article on Klondike River (river, Yukon, Canada), tributary of the Yukon River, in western Yukon, Canada.
  2. It lies around the Klondike River, a small river that enters the Yukon River from the east at Dawson.
  3. Klondike, the name of a gold-bearing region of undetermined extent in the Yukon territory, comprising the valley of the Klondike river and adjacent valleys.

Categories

  1. Yukon River
  2. Countries > United States > Alaska > Klondike Gold Rush
  3. Dawson
  4. Tributary
  5. Small Stream
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