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Steamer loading cotton, Mobile, Alabama.

Railroad bridge, Mobile, Alabama.

Railroad bridge, Mobile, Alabama.

Railroad bridge, Mobile, Alabama.

Railroad bridge, Mobile, Alabama.

The furnace.

Store, mill and school house.

Carrie and Alfred with Alfred's pony 'Tim' [showing man and woman in small buggy].

The Capitol of Montgomery, Alabama.

Up Eldorado from Grand Forks, Klondike.

A Klondike camp.

A Klondike camp.

Bonanza and Eldorado mines, where millions in gold were taken out. Klondyke [Klondike], Alaska.

View down from Front St., Dawson City, Alaska.

Working No. 4 Bonanza, Klondike.

Working No. 4 Bonanza, Klondike.

Working No. 4 Bonanza, Klondike.

Working No. 4 Bonanza, Klondike.

Trading & Exploring Co., Dawson City, Klondike.

Our Alaskan sisters up in the Klondike country.

Our Alaskan sisters up in the Klondike country.

Women prospectors on their way to Klondyke [Klondike].

On their way to Klondyke [Klondike].

On their way to Klondyke [Klondike].

Through fields of ice and snow, en route to the Klondyke [Klondike].

A mining camp in the Klondyke [Klondike].

Onward and upward over the Chilcoot [Chilkoot] Pass.

Panning out the gold in the Klondyke [Klondike], Alaska.

Shooting through the Grand Canyon, Alaska.

Claim 23 above Hunker. The Klondike.

The Klondike. Prospector at Claim 29, above Hunker.

The Klondike. Street scene and dog team, Dawson City.

Saw-mill where lumber sold at 30 cents per foot and saw-dust at $10.00 a load. Dawson City, Alaska.

Mouth of the "Troandik" (plenty fish) River, from which the Klondike mining region takes its name, Alaska.

Kasa An [Kasaan] village, Alaska.

Looking up Lincoln Street, Sitka, Alaska.

Kasa-an [Kasaan] village, Indians and canoes, Alaska.

Juneau City, from across Gastinean Channel, Alaska.

Ft. Wrangle [Fort Wrangell]. Chief's house.

Juneau City. Curiosity shop.

A miner's home at Cape Nome, Alaska.

A miner's home at Cape Nome, Alaska.

Sitka. Indian River bridge.

Juneau City, Main Street.

New Metlakahtla, Indian Salmon Cannery.

Kasa-an [Kasaan] village, 6 totem poles and Indian homes.

Kasa-an [Kasaan] village, Alaska.

The first white man's log cabin, Haines, Alaska.

Steamer Queen at Haines mission, Alaska, en route to the Klondike.

The "City of Seattle," at Skaguay [Skagway] wharf, Alaska.

Lynn Canal from the summit, Alaska.

Alaska Ter. - Sitka from Japanese Island.

Alaska Ter. - Fort Tongass. Group of Indians.

Indian village of Klinkwan - modern natives, and totem poles of old Hydahs, Alaska.

Alaska, Twin Glacier. (Geo Unit no. 19B)

Sitka, Alaska.

Government reindeer en route for Alaska.

Bound for the Klondike gold fields, Chilkoot Pass, Alaska.

Bound for the Klondike gold fields, Chilkoot Pass, Alaska.

Bound for the Klondike gold fields, Chilkoot Pass, Alaska.

Bound for the Klondike gold fields, Chilkoot Pass, Alaska.

Bound for the Klondike gold fields, Chilkoot Pass, Alaska.

Bound for the Klondike gold fields, Chilkoot Pass, Alaska.

Bound for the Klondike gold fields, Chilkoot Pass, Alaska.

Bound for the Klondike gold fields, Chilkoot Pass, Alaska.

Bound for the Klondike gold fields, Chilkoot Pass, Alaska.

The morgue after the snowslide, April 3, 1898. Sheep Camp, Alaska.

Preparing to climb "The Golden Stair" and Peterson's Trail, Chilkoot Pass, Alaska.

Preparing to climb "The Golden Stair" and Peterson's Trail, Chilkoot Pass, Alaska.

Preparing to climb "The Golden Stair" and Peterson's Trail, Chilkoot Pass, Alaska.

Miners and packers climbing the "Golden Stair" trail, Chilkoot Pass, Alaska.

Miners and packers climbing the "Golden Stair" trail, Chilkoot Pass, Alaska.

A happy home in Alaska

A happy home in Alaska

Citizens of Ohio en route to the Klondike, Dyea Trail, Alaska.

Distant view of Chilcoot [Chilkoot] Pass, Alaska.

Distant view of Chilkoot Pass, Alaska.

The leading store at Sheep Camp, Alaska.

At the foot of Chilcoot [Chilkoot] Pass, Alaska.

The "Dora Bluhm" at the Port of St. Michaels, Alaska.

Going up the Yukon River by moonlight to Dawson City, Alaska.

Going up the Yukon River by moonlight to Dawson City, Alaska.

Starting out for Caribou, Beaver City, Alaska.

Over the ice, Koyukuk River, Alaska.

A letter from home - on the Allenkaket River, Alaska.

Prospectors returning to camp. 62 degrees below zero, Alaska.

Prospectors returning to camp. 62 degrees below zero, Alaska.

Prospectors starting for home, 1400 miles in the interior of Alaska.

Big ice on the Allenkaket River, Alaska.

The cactus of Arizona

A model Spanish residence in Arizona.

Arrival of the first locomotive in Arizona.

Colorado river(?).

Ruins near the Great Casa Grande, Arizona.

Ruins near the Great Casa Grande, Arizona.

View of painted rocks in the desert.

Near the town of Williams, Arizona.

The mysterious painted rocks of Arizona.

The Pima Indian of Arizona.

Rocks in the Canon de Chelle--950 ft.

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