Ottawa: Government Printing Bureau, 1900. 44pp. plus folding map, illustration, and erratum slip. Frontis. Original printed wrappers. Wrappers moderately worn and slightly soiled, split halfway up the spine. Small, closed tear in foredge of five leaves, not affecting text. Very good. McConnell's report, which was scheduled for inclusion in the annual report of the Geological Survey Department, is here issued separately due to the great demand for information about mining opportunities in the Canadian Klondike Region. The text is a thorough geological study of the region, and includes photographs of Bonanza Valley and Hunker Valley. The map, on the scale of two miles to an inch, shows the area from Australia Creek in the south to just north of the Klondike River, with valleys known to be productive in gold highlighted in red ink. (Inventory #: WRCAM33684)
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