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Days of '98 Commemorative Plaque and Spike
White Pass Railway Centennial commemorative plaque made of a railway spike mounted on a white pine backboard. Made by local school.
The Educationally Funkalicious Canadian History Page
Student reports about Canadian History from 1867 to present. Topics include the Alaska Highway and the White Pass Railway.
Organization of historical societies and museums in the Yukon.
Historical Yukon Travel Routes
Porter Creek student accounts of remote wilderness trip. Includes curriculum outcomes, map and journal entries.
The Mad Trapper From Rat River
Song download by Dan LaRocque tells the story of Albert Johnson, the mad trapper who led the Northwest Mounted Police on a 48 day manhunt through the frozen Yukon in 1931-32.
Intended to assist family history researchers to find information about ancestors who may have lived or worked in the Yukon Territory.
Yukon Government Heritage Branch
Department of Tourism branch including historic sites, museums, archaeology and palaeontology programs.
Yukon History & Genealogy
A co-operative venture designed to provide the local histories of territorial communities.
Yukon National Historic Sites
Parks Canada directory to historic sites located throughout the territory. [requires flash]
Yukon Places and Names
Information on the historical publication by Bob Coutts. Includes links and an interactive forum with photos.
The Yukon Register of Historic Places
Online resource of places that have been designated as historically significant on a municipal, territorial or national level. Search by type of site, location, or name.
Yukon Territory Act, 1898
Shows the full text of this document which created the territory.
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