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The Klondike Gold Rush

This was an attempt by an estimated 100,000 people to travel to northwestern Canada between 1897 and 1899 in the hope of successfully making it rich.


This dense and valuable metal was what led many men into northwestern Canada in the late 1890s.


This name refers to the westernmost and smallest of Canada's three federal territories.

Yukon River

The source of this major watercourse of northwestern North America is located in British Columbia, Canada.


When the protagonist falls through the ice, it is imperative that he save himself by building this.


In the beginning of the story, the protagonist is startled when this crackles in mid-air, leading him to realize that the temperature must be below negative 50 degrees.

Indian Creek Country

This is the location from which the protagonist's companions are said to have come across in reaching their destination.

Henderson Creek


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