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THE KLONDIKE FEVER.; The Life and Death of the Last Gold Rush by  Pierre Berton - Hardcover - First edition - 1958 - from High-Lonesome Books and

THE KLONDIKE FEVER.; The Life and Death of the Last Gold Rush

by Berton, Pierre

Condition: Very Good in Good DJ

New York: Knopf, 1958. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good in Good DJ. 6 x 9, 476 pgs, index & bibliography. A cogent history and distillation of the great Klondike gold rush in narrative form. Fine history of the great event of the Yukon.

Narrates the events that preceded the Klondike Gold Rush of 1897, the growth and decline of Dawson, and the fates of some of the tens of thousands of adventurers who left their homes in search of fortune.


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