Early Days on the Yukon and the Story of its Gold Finds
by Ogilvie, William
Ottawa: Thornburn & Abbott, 1913. Hardcover. Good. xii, 306 pp + 32 (illustrations from photographs). Ex-library, with stamp on title page and evidence of card pocket removed from rear pastedown; contents otherwise clean and sound. Boards lightly soiled and edgeworn, small tear in cloth at head of spine. No dust jacket.Ogilvie (1846-1912) was a Canadian surveyor, explorer who served as Commissioner of the Yukon Territor during the height of the Klondike gold rush. (Inventory #: 1733)
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