Image from page 97 of "The scarlet life of Dawson and the roseate dawn of Nome ... Personal experiences and observations of the author" (1900)
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Upper half of No. 1 shows a bank of the Klondyke where I slept withoutshelter; lower half, Bonanza Trail where I was thrown from a pack-horse.No. 2 shows the same pack-horse upon the Bonanza Trail near the Klondykeferry. No. 3 was taken as I was returning from a sketching trip across abridge over Dominion Creek. No. 4 shows ice 15 ft. thick at No, 14 Dominioncaused by continual flow of water in winter from a soda spring. No. 5 is aview of a log cabin near the catholic church in Dawson, for which I paid $60per month rent. No. 6 was taken as I was standing upon a pile of logs InKlondyke City to obtain a view of Klondyke river and mountain beyond. V. 93 half interest to a former layman for $10,000, making $7,000profit; or by working the claim he could have secured$4,000 taken out by Soy and his partner lawyers, in a shorttime of Summer work, and a possible $30,000 during thewinter; but his attention was directed to a false demand, inwhich there was no equity nor profit to himself, except
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