Learn about the Alaska gold rush through primary source materials such as diaries, newspapers, maps, photographs, government documents, and things people used in their everyday lives.
As Precious as Gold
National Postal Museum exhibit that explores the last great gold rush of the 19th century and the role of the mail carriers who provided contact between those so far from home and the families they left behind.
Klondike Gold Rush Links
Presents an extensive series of original articles, along with external links, about the details of the Klondike gold rush. Includes recaps of specific events, stories from individual stampeders, and more.
Klondike Trail Society
Residents interested in mapping and marking the Trail from Edmonton to Dawson City used during the Klondike Gold Rush.
Klondike Visitors Association
Attractions, events, history, and activities in Dawson City, the heart of the Klondike Gold Rush.
Klondike Weekly, The
Weekly online magazine dedicated to bringing the Klondike Gold Rush and its characters to life.
Klondikers From Hollister, California
Presents transcripts of letters home from adventurers seeking gold in the Klondike and Dawson City. Originally printed in the Hollister Free Lance newspaper in 1898.