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Caption title Cover title: To the land of gold Contains a lengthy address by William Ogilvie, on his travels to the Yukon Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the Library of Division, Provincial Archives of British Columbia. The Yukon Inn - Situated close to Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre, The Yukon Inn offers accommodation with a storage room and an ATM. You can make use of free transfers, hour reception and laundry on the premises of the venue.
The Klondike official guide; Canada's great gold field the Yukon district; prepared by Wm. Ogilvie. with. regulations governing placer mining. [Leather Bound] Ogilvie William New. Ogilvie, William, Geography and resources of the Yukon basin. [London?]: [publisher not identified], [?] (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: William Ogilvie; Royal .
Minus Fifty () Ogilvie Mountains, Yukon, Canada. This photograph of ice bubbles and blowing snow on a lake underneath Mount Monolith and other peaks in the Yukon probably has the distinction of being the coldest one I've ever taken, with wind-chill temperatures around fifty below at the time. The Klondike River (Hän: Tr'ondëk) is a tributary of the Yukon River in Canada that gave its name to the Klondike Gold Klondike River has its source in the Ogilvie Mountains and flows into the Yukon River at Dawson City.. Its name comes from the Hän word Tr'ondëk (/ ʈʂʼontək /) meaning hammerstone, a tool which was used to hammer down stakes used to set salmon nets.
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Unincorporated communities Hamlets. Statistics Canada recognizes two census subdivisions in Yukon that are classified as hamlets. Ibex Valley; Mount Lorne; Localities. The Gazetteer of Yukon recognized 96 localities as of February Two of these localities, Tagish and Upper Liard, are designated as census subdivisions by Statistics Canada, though are classified as settlements.
William Ogilvie ( – ) was a Canadian Dominion land surveyor, explorer and Commissioner of the Yukon Territory. No man was better fitted to write of this wild and rich, rugged and bleak, yet beautiful region than was its explorer and path-finder, its pioneer writer, Yukon book creator of its institutions and Yukon book of Ogilvie early government, the late William Ogilvie/5(2).
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My first edition book (printed in ) is in superb shape had never been read. years old and the book was never read. William Ogilvie, Mrs. Early Days on the Yukon William Ogilvie Snippet view - Early Days on the Yukon & the Story of Its Gold Finds William Ogilvie Snippet view - View all» 5/5(1).
Title. Biological investigation in Alaska and Yukon territory: I. East Central Alaska. The Ogilvie range, Yukon. III. The Macmillan River, Yukon /. For a total of seven days, using paper maps, a good compass and the knowledge of our guide, we'll make our way through the wild Ogilvie Mountains, in northern Yukon.
Traversing a wide variety of terrains, this trek is built for experienced hikers looking for. Looking for books by Elisabeth Ogilvie. See all books authored Yukon book Elisabeth Ogilvie, including High Tide at Ogilvie (Joanna Bennett's Island Series: Tide Trilogy, Book I), and Storm Tide, and more on While Ogilvie used the sobriquet “Tagish Jim” in his field books and on his survey maps, Mason also went by “Skookum” Jim (in Chinook trade jargon, “Skookum” means “strength”).
Mason became known to Ogilvie when the latter was surveying the Alaska-Yukon boundary at the Yukon River in By Roddy McFall “In August,the world-startling discovery of the Klondike was made.” So wrote William Ogilvie in his memoir Early Days on the Yukon & the Story of its Gold Finds.
Prior to becoming the second Commissioner of the Yukon Territory inOgilvie was a noted Dominion land surveyor working in western and northern Canada. Excerpt from Early Days on the Yukon and the Story of Its Gold Finds While the International Boundary is a broad line through the wilderness, men in this land of the midnight sun are prone to forget nationality in remembering the tie of Arctic Brotherhood.
About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic s: 2. The Ogilvie Mountains are a mountain range in the Yukon Territory lying north of Dawson City. They are crossed by the Dempster Highway and extend from the Alaska border southeastward to the Taiga ranges.
The Ogilvies have distinct north and south portions. The north portion consists of sedimentary rock that escaped the glaciation of the last.
The Ogilvie Mountains are a mountain range in the Yukon Territory of northwestern Canada. Geologically they are part of the Yukon Ranges, in the upper Laramide Belt of the North American Cordillera.
Geography. The range lies north of Dawson City, and is crossed by. The Yukon Territory: The Narrative of W.H. Dall, Leader of The Expeditions to Alaska in The Narrative of an Exploration Made in in of an Exploration Made inBy by William Healey Dall, William Ogilvie, et al.
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It is amazing that in this book the author says that almost all of the things Reviews: Ogilvie died of septic poisoning in Winnipeg, Manitoba, in November The Ogilvie Mountains near Dawson City, the Ogilvie River, and Ogilvie Street in downtown Whitehorse were named in his honour.
His book, Early Days in the Yukon, was first published inand is still in print. This column is provided by the MacBride Museum of Yukon. Yukon Business Directory: Accommodations, Food and Drink, Health, Government, Retail, Agriculture, Recreation, and more. Lecture On the Yukon Gold Fields, Canada [Ogilvie, William] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Lecture On the Yukon Gold Fields, Canada. Early Days on the Yukon and the Story of Its Gold Finds (Wolf Creek Classics) (Book - Amazon): William Ogilvie was the first surveyor of the Yukon Territory. Ogilvie is a great storyteller and delights in recounting unique anecdotes and incidents not discussed in other Klondike writings.
Originally published inthis book is of great. BC Historical Books Featured Collection Early days on the Yukon & the story of its gold finds Ogilvie, William, Boards lightly soiled and edgeworn, small tear in cloth at head of spine.
No dust e () was a Canadian surveyor, explorer who served as Commissioner of the Yukon Territor during the height of the Klondike gold rush. Item # Sold. The Ogilvie River & Churchward Hill, Yukon Territory, Canada () Part 1 of Day 14 of Lupe’s Dingo Vacation to the Yukon, Northwest Territories & Alaska!Eric A.
Hegg: English: People probably including William Ogilvie, commissioner of the Yukon Territory, departing the beach in a small boat, Nome, Alaska, ca. Photographer Eric A. Hegg (–).An illustration of an open book.
Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. II. The Ogilvie range, Yukon. III. The Macmillan River, Yukon by Osgood, Wilfred Hudson, Publication date Topics Animals Alaska, Animals Yukon.