After nearly ten years in the Klondike
, Tiny returned, with a considerable fortune, to live in San Francisco.
When I state that I had passed coal on a steamship from Behring Sea to British Columbia, and travelled in the steerage from there to San Francisco, it will be understood that I brought nothing back from the Klondike
but my scurvy.
To be honest, I came into the Klondike
because I thought it the place you were least liable to be in.
That was in '88--eight years before the Klondike
strike, and the Yukon was a howling wilderness.
I bet I could go to that Klondike place and pick up enough gold to buy back the Tarwater lands.
A dozen days later, carrying a half-empty canvas sack of blankets and old clothes, he landed on the beach of Dyea in the thick of the great Klondike Rush.
So, when the boat's built, he's the boss of the outfit to navigate the lakes and rapids to Klondike.
All I reckon is a passage to Klondike in your boat would be mighty square of you.
And, as I'm sure going to get to Klondike, it's just plumb impossible for him to say no.
She had even been in Klondike
, ten years before, in a half-dozen flashing sentences picturing the fur-clad, be-moccasined miners sowing the barroom floors with thousands of dollars' worth of gold dust.
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To the Klondike
and Back 1894-1901: "I am in here to get all I can" is the true-life story of what it was like to participate in the Alaska Gold Rush, as told by George G.
The longest bay leads to the gold rush era-town of Dyea where Klondike
stampeders began their hike over the Chilkoot Trail and Dawson City in the Yukon Territory.
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