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At the time Ben West went to the Klondike, a long tedious journey on a trail had to be made.
A CALIFORNIA GIRLEDWARD ELDRIDGE
Its people believed the Canadian claims had been trumped up when the Klondike fields were opened.
THE CANADIAN DOMINIONOSCAR D. SKELTON
He was called "the King of the Klondike," and pointed out to newcomers as an example of what men might do in the gold fields.
HISTORIC ADVENTURESRUPERT S. HOLLAND
He could not afford the rich ground, but managed to purchase more than forty claims through the Klondike.
HISTORIC ADVENTURESRUPERT S. HOLLAND
I bet I could go to that Klondike place and pick up enough gold to buy back the Tarwater lands.
THE RED ONEJACK LONDON
Through virtually the entire Klondike tract and far beyond it on all sides there are evidences of high water flows.
In two weeks I started up the river, homeward bound, with two hundred ounces of Klondike gold in my belt.
All manner of articles, both serviceable and unserviceable, for the Klondike business were displayed, mostly in cramped quarters.
It was freely admitted that the community was not under the law that so strongly forces order in Dawson and the Klondike region.
Total distance, New York to the mines at Klondike, 4,650 miles.
GOLDEN ALASKAERNEST INGERSOLL

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