Drawn by H.E. Parmenter, August 1897, Scale 1:10000. Data obtained by U.S.F.C. Str. "Albatross" (J.F. Moser, U.S.N.). Includes soundings in fathoms, vicinity map (upper left corner), cannery locations.
One of the ships that helped launch the Klondike gold rush in 1897 when she steamed into port with purportedly a "Ton of Gold"; on November 12, 1910, the ship hit a rock and grounded near Katalla; all passengers and crew survived
One of the ships that helped launch the Klondike gold rush in 1897 when she steamed into port with purportedly a "Ton of Gold"; on November 12, 1910, the ship hit a rock and grounded near Katalla; all passengers and crew survived Name written...
Thomas Clarke Noyes married Frances Muncaster (then, Arabelle Frances Patchen)in 1897. Settling in Candle, Alaska, Tom established the T.C. Noyes Banking Co. and became associated with the mining industry. In about 1905, they adopted a five-year...
On verso: Edward Barnes arrived in Wrangell around 1864 or 1865; Barnes Bros started logging in vicinity of Wrangell with ox teams around 1897 (J. M. Wyckoff, "Lumbering in Alaska," August 1923 Pathfinder)
Sketch of three people running rapids in a long narrow boat Note: Edwin Tappan Adney (1868-1950) was an artist, a writer, a photographer, and an experienced woodsman. Harper's Weekly sent Tappan Adney to the Klondike in the summer of 1897
Title from image. Verso: First landing of St. "Queen" at Skagway in Klondike Stampede of 1897 (given to C.L. Andrews by J.A. Armunt[?] of Portland, OR) afterward apptd [appointed?] Dep. Coll Customs at Wrangell, by J.W. Ivey, Coll. of Cust.