Title taken from front. View of log cabins and food caches on the banks of the Klondike River in Yukon Territory. Four wooden boats are visible in the foreground. ca. 1900-1901. Photographer: probably George Gordon Cantwell.
Winter view of a man fishing in the Klondike River in Yukon Territory, with boats visible along shore in the background. From verso: "I wonder if he did catch a fish! Probably." ca. 1900-1901. Photographer: possibly George Gordon Cantwell.
Title taken from verso. View of two men hydraulic mining with a sluice at Cooper Gulch, near Nome, Alaska. One of the men is holding a pipe shooting a stream of water. ca. 1900-1902. Photographer: possibly Grace Carr Raymenton.
Transcript of diary kept by Myrtle Ryan (later Bunger) in 1900 that describes her journey to and life in Dawson in the Yukon Territory and Nome, Alaska. Myrtle recounts how she traveled from Los Angeles, California to Skagway by boat in January...
View of some of the homes built along the cliffs of King Island. The buildings are supported by stilts braced against the steep slopes. A hide is stretched out on a frame in the right hand side foreground of the photograph.
Two dancers stand on a tarp spread in front of drummers. The drummers are seated in front of an umiak which has been turned to one side to act as a shelter. Spectators stand behind and are seated in front of the umiak.
Title taken from verso. Durek Finch and two begging dogs, Tyonek, Alaska, with buildings in background. Also from verso: "Property of Cook Inlet Historical Society." Photographer's number 114. May, 22, 1900. Photographer: O.G.H., Knik. Original...
Title taken from front. Woman and children on beach at Seward, Alaska, with two dogs hitched to cart, in which one child is riding. April 19, 1900. Photographer: Case & Evans. Original photograph size: 7 1/2" x 9 3/8".
Title taken from front. View of McKinley St., Valdez, Alaska, with buildings, and children standing in street. From verso: "[Property of] Cook Inlet Historical Society." Photographer's number E54. 1900. Photographer: P.S. Hunt.