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Frc-- REF 971.910 2 Daw c. 2 YA North Coast Heritage Research and Protection Project DAWSON DAILY NEWS 1899 - 1920 Index and Summary Compilation funded by the Government of Canada's Northern 011 and Gas Adlon Program (NOGAP) North Coast Heritage Research and Protection Project DAWSON DAILY NEWS 1899-1920 INDEX AND SUMMARY compiled by Jan Tosczak Heritage Branch Department of Tourism Government of Yukon Submitted in fulfillment of Yukon Government Contract SS-9013-3062 March, 1991 Compilation funded by the Government of Canada's Northern 9il and Gas Action Program (NOGAP) REF 971.910 2 Daw c.2 YA Preface Catalogue Listings About the Index Index TABLE OF CONTENTS page 1 - 103 104 I - LXVI PREFACE The contents of this report represent a partial index of the Dawson Daily News, from its founding in 1899 to December 1920. The areas of focus are topics relating to northern Yukon. Broad headings included in this are: Herschel Island, arctic whaling, missionaries, trapping/trading and arctic exploration. Also included in this index are articles referring to Yukon native people and topics pertaining to archaeological and palaeontological discoveries. In total, there are 414 newspaper listings included here - cross referenced by more than 1000 key words. Each listing contains the article title, date of publication, key words, and a brief summary of the article. An alphabetical index is provided, listing key words and corresponding catalogue numbers. A note on the use of the index follows the summary. The index should prove to be a valuable finding aid for research on a wide variety of topics relating to the northern Yukon at the turn of the century. All of the articles listed here are available on microfiche at the Yukon Archives. This index was initiated by Government of Yukon, Heritage Branch in 1988. Several researchers have contributed to its development, including Greg Hare, Rob Ingram, Helen Dobrowolsky and David Porter. It was completed in 1991 by Jan Tosczak, with funding from the Government of Canada's Northern Oil & Gas Action Program (NOGAP) . Special thanks are extended to the staff of Yukon Archives who provided technical and research support. THE DAWSON DAILY NEWS Page 1 001 Indian Whalers: Natives Hunt Deep Sea Game 29.04.02 whalers. natives (Inuit). Herschel Island - report of D.R. Milne. C.M.C. (Collector of Customs) - refers to declining native pop •• fur trade between natives Bc whalers - describes whaling heyday on H.I. in 1894 - Inuit practice of purchasing own boats to hunt whales Bc dispose of catches to southern-based ships - also refers to presence of gold on upper creeks of Porcupine R. * 2nd page of article very faded. should be recopied 002 Mounted Police Back from Mouth of MacKenzie 05.10.04 whalers. traders. natives. liquor. Herschel Island. Gilpin (Const.). Walker. Const~ Henry. HBCo •• Fitzgerald Sgt. - copy of article from Free Press News Bulletin. Winnipeg •. Sept. 14 - account of Const. Gilpin's trip to H.I. to investigate reports of American traders illegally selling liquor to natives (found untrue); gives favourable character reference to natives Bc traders; trade between whalers Bc Eskimos; rivalry between U.S. traders Bc HBCo.; describes economics of whaling industry. - mentions Sgt. Fitzgerald Bc 6 men stationed on H.I. 003 Woes of Natives. Persecuted By Their Old Enemy - Whalers Involved 09.08.05 natives. whalers. crime. liquor. Newth. Herschel Island. Jeannette - account of the attempted debauch of two daughters of the Inuit family Opowceh by the ftblack devil ft Capt. Newth of the ship Jeanette - occurred in Nome - family escaped Bc Newth sailed away before charges could be laid 004 News of the North_ Whalers are Preparing for Spring - Kotzebue Advises 29.04.05 whalers. Point Hope. native. alcohol. tobacco. crime. reindeer Page 2 - news of people in Point Hope. Kotzebue Sound & area - favourable character references to the area's native peoples - reindeer industry 005 One Whaler Lost - Others Snug in Winter Quarters 09.12.05 whalers. shipwreck. Mogg. Amundsen. Bonanza. Gjoa, Thrasher. Alexander. Bowhead. Jeannette. Karluk, Chas Hansen. Herman, Beluga, Belvedere, Narwhol, alga, McKenna, Bertoncini, Cook, McGregor, Alexander - describes wreck of the Bonanza at King Point - where the various ships are wintering over - whale catch of previous season - which captains have their wives on board 006 Herschel Letter: Additional Information from Arctic - Condition of Ships 21.12.05 whalers, captains, ships, Amundsen, Mogg, Cook, Whittaker, Howard, Wm. Bayliss, Bowhead, Karluk, Thrasher, Alexander, Jeannette, Narwhal, Beluga, Herman, Belvedere. Bonanza, Chas Hansen, NWMP, Jimmie & Copper (Inuit guides), HcKenna - info from letters sent by C.E. Whittaker (misrepresented as a whaling captain rather than an Anglican missionary) and Capt. Cook to Fort Yukon with Capt. Amundsen & Capt. Mogg 007 Man From Barrowl Story of How Whalers are Watched - Hardships of Past 26.12.05 Brower, shipwrecks. Point Barrow. Navarch. area. Jessie Freeman. Rosario. Newport. Fearless. Belvedere. Jeanie. Thrasher. Cogan, Whiteside - New York - interview with Charles D. Brower "Chief" of trading settlement at Point Barrow who describes how he fed & housed 366 shipwrecked sailors from ships Navarch, area. Jessie Freeman & Rosario - also an account of hardships of crew members from wrecked Navarch trapped on ice floes trying to reach mainland. Page 3 008 Say~ Whalers are Jailbirds 20.01.06 Mogg. Herschel Island. police. whalers. crime. Bonanza - Mogg denies crew member Matheson's story that he wrecked his ship the Bonanza for gain - says H20 notorious jailbirds H are among the whalers 009 Mogg to Go to Valdez 09.02.06 Mogg. whalers. alcohol. Herschel Island. crime. Bonanza - Seattle - Capt. Hogg denies crew member Hatheson's story that he wrecked his ship the Bonanza for gain 010 News From Herschela Latest Advices Brought By Police H.I •• whalers. captains. ships. natives. Forrest. Sam. Indian. Howard. HcOregor.A.H •• Cook. Amundsen. McComber. Tilton. Newth. Mogg. RNWMP. Bowhead. Karluk. Olga. Thrasher. Jeannette. Ojoa. Bonanza - whaling schooner Olga missing - whaler has frozen feet amputated - rationing of food. deer meat to ward off scurvey & shortage of clothing - consumption· & indigestion killing natives - Amundsen's ship safe & crew well - Mrs. McGregor Hheroine of whaling fleetH 011 Report on Whales 17.07.06 whaling. Herschel Island. Point Hope. Point Barrow. Cape Smith. Consul Gabriel Bie Ravndal. McOregor.A.H •• Facomber. Karluk. Thrasher. Wm.Bayliss. Hurray - Wm. Bayliss has one of largest catches. valued at $150.000 - decline in bowhead whale pop •• Hurray urges conservation - monopoly of fur trade by HBCo - mentions safety of ships & crew members Page 4 012 Awful Tale Told of Arctic Whaler 15.08.06 Nome. Herschel Island. Newth. Hamlet. Jeannette. Thetis. crime. Landers (District Attorney). Amundsen,R. - continuing search for Newth by Capt. Hamlet Whaler Lost Crew Saved 20.09.06 shipwreck, Tilton,Capt •• Alexander - letter to his wife saying crew safe. but vessel lost 014 Whalers Are All Right 24.09.06 Harold Dollar. Alexander. shipwreck. RNWMP. Ft. McPherson. Yukon. Alaska. miners - supply ship. the Harold Dollar taking food & supplies - rescues 31 men from Alexander & 15 men from other ships - recovers $330.000.00 worth of whale bone - establishment of Rr.WMP post at Ft. HcPherson 015 Arctic Crimes Are Now To Be Inquired Into 28.11.06 whaling captains. Newth. Bodfish. Klinkenberg. Capt •• Jackson. Paul Olga. Hanson. Point Barrow. Nome. Hanford. Federal Judge. crime - cruelty of captains to their crews - Capt. Klinkenberg charged with murder of engineer. Paul Jackson. both from the ship Olga - Bodfish & Newth must be brought to Seattle for trial as crimes committed on the fthigh seas ft beyond jurisdiction of Alaskan courts 016 . Trial of Arctic Captains To Be Next Year 1 0 ~ 12.06 Page 5 Judge Hanford, Bodfish. Newth. Jeanette. Eskimo. crime. murder. sexual assault - Bodfish to stand trial for kicking Negro crew member to death - Newth to stand trial for assault and abduction of Eskimo girl - 10 witnesses total against both captains 017 The Lure of ••• 22.12.06 Herschel Island. Ft. McPherson, Peel River. Mackenzie River. Pacific Whaling Co •• whalers. natives. housing. fauna. flora. Capt. Hurray. Bishop Stringer. Rev. C.E. Whittaker. Hr. Preble. discrimination. weather. climate. A.L. Sainsbury - description of flora a fauna of Herschel Is. during summer a winter. describes housing on island a routine of living there - unfavourable mention of native pop. - spring clean-up by dogs ~ discrimination - natives refused Christian burial - description of native burial practices & housing W article difficult to read. needs reprinting 018 Bodfish Defended 28.12.06 Capt. Hartson H •• Bodfish. Edward Legere. Wm. Bayliss. Judge Hanford.Antone Rodzees. Otto Beyers. Wm. F. Josepa. Vivien Fladgate. Daniel Harrison -.Bodfish denies story of brutality in death of Edward Legere - crew back up captain's story - Fladgate acted as ship's doctor, witness for the defense 019 Whaler Says He Was Starved 01.01.07 Capt. T.L. Ellis. Harluck. starvation. whalers - captain a crew faced starvation as supply ship did· not reach them until after all food was gone - wintering over in the Arctic ice 020 Cruelty On Ships 09.01.07 Page 6 Herschel Island. WaIter Bouvier. Capt. John A. Cook. Carl Faber, Carl Miller, Frank A. Lang, NWHP, District Attorney Landers Point Barrow, whalers, crew, captains, ship - Bowhead - crew members report crimes of extreme brutality by captain and first mate, Frank Lang - NWMP , District Attorney intervene on behalf of the crew - starvation rationing of food, leg irons, beatings 021 Dominion Takes Notice of United States Trials 10.01.07 crime. Dominion. Bodfish, Newth, Jeannette. Canadian justice, extradition - Dominion Government to proceed with criminal charges and extradition of Bodfish , Newth if they seek to escape prosecution in the U.S. - mentions $75,000. cost of capturing one Yukon criminal a few years previous 022 Whaling Revives: Glories Returning 15.10.07 whalers, whaling captains - Erastus Church, Haggarty, James W. Buddington, ships - Margaret, Sullivan, Bertha, Josephine. sea elephants - Margaret to sail south for sea elephants - Bertha , Josephine to hunt whales in South , North Atlantic - Capt. Haggarty tells of abundance of whales * Haggarty's story cut short in newspaper clipping 023 Bowhead Mutiny 01.12.08 Bowhead, Joseph C. Gardner, Joe Cardoza, Capt. J.A. Tilton. Wm. Bayliss, Joslin, Mulligan, Teller, mutiny, fire. death - Gardner kills Cardoza in fight onboardthe Bowhead - Bowhead picks up crew from wrecked Wm. Bayliss - fire onboard the Bowhead Page B - 17 crew members mutiny saying ship unsafe' put in irons, eventually agree to return to work Page 7 024 Olga MayBe Lost. Heavy Gale There 16.0:5.08 shipwreck. Herschel Island. Prince Williams Land. Karluk. Rev. C.R. Whittaker. Duchess of Bedford. Capt. Wing. Ellis. Norwhal. Belvedere. Jeannette. Hermann. Bowhead. Beluga. fishing. trapping. temperatures. R.B. Harvey - Olga missing in heavy storm - Karluk just made Herschel Is. to winter over - Whittaker enters mouth of Mackenzie with winter supplies - Capt. Wing oldest captain in Arctic Ocean - mentions catch of whitefish. coneys. larch & jackfish - fur catch stays about the same - lynx moving south 025 Quits The Whalers 28.04.08 Herschel Island. Frederick Moran. French-Canadian. Karluk. Wada. Jap. natives. Eskimos. police. missing - Moran jumped ship at Herschel Is. with little food & no means of travel other than by foot. presumed dead - natives questioned 026 No Word of Mogg 28.04.08 Mogg. Herschel Island. Olga. Wada. Toker Point. Karluk. Bailey Island. Capt. Amundsen - Capt. Mogg & ship Olga last seen off Toker Point at mouth of Mackenzie - small crew. but plenty of supplies - mentions earlier charges of cruelty by Mogg to crew 027 Man Perishes On Arctic Slope 14.06.08 Frederick Moran. desertion. David Cadzow. Rampart House. Herschel Island - Cadzow. a trader. brings news from Eskimos who traced a white man 50 miles from Herschel toward mountains. then lost trail - believed to have perished on Arctic slopes - jumped ship without cause. believed to be demented Page 8 028 Wrecked Whalers 24.07.08 shipwreck. Wm. Bayliss, whalers. Umatilla, Henry Kruse. Capt. H. Bodfish. Bowhead. Gulf of Anadir - story of the wreck of the Wm. Bayliss. crushed in the ice floes - 35 men escape with the clothes on their backs & walk across the ice to be rescued by the crew of the Bowhead - Kruse. Bayliss' first officer relates story 029 News of Whalers 27.12.09 whalers. missionaries. Stefansson. Stringer, police, Rosie H., F. Wolkie, Herschel Is., Flaxman Is., Cape Kellet, M. Paodzena. Challenge. Whittaker. Peterson, Unalaska, Karluk, A.C. Stene, Escape Reef, Cottle. Point Barrow, ethnologist, Bonanza, Baillie Is., Amundsen, Gjoa, Wiik, RNWMP, Selig. Carter. Kinney, W.H. Fry - news of people in Arctic - Stefansson (ethnologist) to spend time among natives of Baillie Is. - Amundsen's scientist, Wiik, dies, buried, coffin exposed, moved by RNWMP; Cst. Carter married by Stringer who returns after 8- yr. absence - mission at Herschel withdrawn, moved to Escape Reef 35 miles away 030 Big Returns From Northern Whaling 25.05.10 whalers. harvest. Tyee Co., Lizzie S. Sorrenson. Prosper. Point Hope. Point Barrow - whaling industry of the U.S. - southeast Alaska only shore whaling station in u.s. - all parts of whale utilized - Eskimos comprise the most part of the best crews - natives use leftovers for blubber & food 031 Whalers Off For Deep Sea 04.05.11 whalers, whaling ships, Resolute, Vancouver Is., humpback whales - whaling no longer romantic Page 9 - strictly business venture with advent of harpoon guns. steel le electricity - Vancouver Is. site of new wharves le shipbuilding for whaling industry * impossible to read. article needs to be recopied from original 032 Arctic Coast Skipper In Jall At Herschel 14.03.18 crime. Herschel Is •• Wittenberg. Challenge. Tucker. HWMP - Wlttenberg found guilty of making false entry on his manifest. - sentenced to 18 months in jail on Herschel Is. 033 Ships Sail For Arctic Coast of the Yukon 25.07.18 Capt. S.T.L. Whitlam. Herschel Is •• HBCo •• Balllie Is •• Eskimos - new ship sails from Bering Sea to Vancouver Is •• heading back to Herschel Is. - carries supplies for HBCo. - mention of ftblonde ft Eskimos 034 True Story of Wreck of Arctic Exploration Ship 11.09.07 Duchess of Bedford. Hekkelson. RHWMP. Hannah. Stefansson. Ango-American Polar Expedition. Flaxman Is •• Midway Is •• Leffingway. Storkerson - news brought by HBC steamer Hannah that the Duchess of Bedford was wrecked at Herschel Is. le 3 lives lost - ship wrecked near Flaxman. but no lives lost - exploration to continue over winter 035 Exploring Unknown 11.05.09 Leffingwell. Mekkelsen. Stefansson. Hansen. Amundsen. Flaxman Is •• Thetis (nat.ives). Argo. Fram. exploration. Jim Clark. Joe Clark. Joe Boyle. storger Storgerson - planned expedition of Leffingwell. geologist le Arctic explorer to map the 141st meridian - explore rivers. map the coastline on either side of Flaxman Is. Page '0 - describes how he plans to live like the natives - exploration to last 3 yr. 036 Karluk Gets Ready For The Stefansson Expedition 18.03.13 Stefansson. Karluk. Victoria. B.C •• exploration. expedition. Prince Patrick Land. Herschel Is •• Anderson. Amundsen. Fram. Eskimos. Victoria Land. Carnegie Institute. R.I. Borden. H.F. Osborne. Museum of Natural History. Henry Gannett. National Geographical Society - Stefansson plans exploration of high Arctic - expects to find large copper deposits on Victoria Land - plans to set up magnetic stations on same for Carnegie Inst. - P.M.Borden thanks Osborne for allowing Stefansson to go North - funded by Museum of Natural History. National Geog. Soc. & Carnegie Inst. - Dr. Anderson only crew member as yet 037 Lean Years Ahead For Arctic Traders 20.08.13 traders. natives. seals. walruses - natives (Siberian & American) faring poorly in furs this year - natives selling winter storage of fUrs just to get food - seal & walrus pop. down * article not complete as photocopy cut off end 038 Stefansson's Ship Reported To Be Damaged 27.08.13 Stefansson. Karluk. exploration. Point Barrow. wreck. Bear - revenue cutter Bear brings news of ice damage to the Karluk 039 Stefansson Reported Deserted On Arctic Shores By Crew 15.12.'3 Stefansson. RNWMP. mutiny. Elvira. Capt. Peterson. Circle. Herschel Is •• Belvedere. Flaxman Is •• Point Barrow. Dr. Anderson. Mary Sachs - contains 3 stories Page 11 - Stefansson's crew unhappy about food, etc. & left him stranded so RNWMP have been told - Peterson's ship Elvira lost with cargo of furs, all 15 men safe - Dr. Anderson'S ship Mary Sachs icebound of Collinson point - Belvedere also trapped in ice. position unknown 040 Advices Here For Stefansson The Explorer 30.12.13 Stefansson, RNWMP, Major Moodie. Da~son, McPherson, Herschel Is. Twelvemile River, Seely Pass, Sgt. Dempster, Rampart House, Cpl. Hocking, mail. government - request by Canadian government to obtain info regarding Stefansson expedition which it helped fund - provides "info on the RNWMP mail runs - expresses need for police post & customs house at Rampart House - Dempster & Hocking to set up guided by natives - mentions caches & emergency stations along the trail 041 Ottawa Receives Word From Arctic Explorer Stefansson 24.02.14 Stefansson. Ft. McPherson. Karluk. D.J. Desbarats. Herschel Is •• exploration - Ottawa receives communication from Stefansson that crew of the Karluk & himself are safe 042 Mushers Get In From HcPherson With Dog Teams 22.02.14 trapping. Stefansson, police patrol, Rampart House. Frank Williams. Emil Hebert, Joseph Jacquot, Herschel Is., Major Moodie RNWMP. Karluk. Dr. Anderson, InspectorPhillips,Cpl. Hocking, Sgt. Dempster. McPherson, Collison Point - party of trappers (Williams, Hebert& Jacquot) make trip to Dawson from McPherson in 30 days - Stefansson hunting caribou. Karluk taken out to sea in blizzard - Anderson, crew & ship safe, well provisioned - Hocking to bring new patrol from Edmonton back to Dawson - Dempster to remain at Rampart House 043 Off For The Long Mush To The Arct"ic 03.03.14 Page 12 F. Williams. E. Hebert. J. Jacquot. Ft. McPherson. Major Moodie. RNWMP. Stefansson. HBCO •• Northwestern Co •• C. Stewart. Fitzgerald. Louis Cardinal. Phillips. natives. Eskimos. Rev. Whittaker. Karluk. Herschel Is. . - Williams. Hebert a Jacquot head north to trap taking messages from RNWMP to Stefansson - Stefansson living like the Eskimos. arguement with Whittaker about origin of nBlonde n Eskimos - HBCo. a NWCo. vie for fur monopoly - mentions Stewart who looked for Fitzgerald's lost patrol - L. Cardinal Dawson long distance runner * article has been clipped at the end of p.2 044 Letter Tells Of Plans Of Stefansson 10.03.14 police patrol. Stefansson. Karluk. Herschel Is •• Ft. McPherson. Dr. Anderson. Amundsen. Capt. Bartlett. Sgt. Dempster. Rampart House. natives - letter from old-timer tells of conversation with Stefansson who plans to head north overland for 30 days from Herschel Is. - Anderson to go east in his ship - fears for Bartlett & crew of the Karluk caught in drift ice - mention of Dawson patrol a mail delivery - Dempster to head back to Rampart House with Indians. poor team of dogs 045 Stefansson Asks Thompson To Help Secure Wireless 17.03.14 Dr. Alfred Thompson. Stefansson. wireless. telegraph. Karluk. government - Thompson receives request from Stefansson to petition Canadian Government for wireless service in the Far North - Stefansson expresses concern for the Karluk 046 Karluk Is Crushed In The Arctic 11.06.14 shipwreck. Karluk. Stefansson. Bartlett. Herald Is •• North Cape. Whaler Bay. Siberia. Canadian Government. Herman. Wrangel Is •• game. Point Barrow. anthropologist. exploration. Peary. Henry Beauchat. Bjarne Mamen. Dr. Alister Forbes-Mackay. George S. Mallock. Wm. Larry McKinlay. James Murray. scientist Page 13 - Karluk crushed in ice' sunk off Herald Is., captain' crew safe on Wrangel Is., capt. travels overland to Siberia where picked up by Herman. Herman to rescue crew - mentions true story of why Stefansson Bc ship parted coml,any - gives impressive list of scientists'on the Karluk - Can. gov't flagship * article cut off on p. 2 047 Vessel Leaves Coast Port For Herschel Island 20.07.14 Ruby. Herschel Is., Bear, Wrangell Is •• Karluk, RNWHP - Ruby to take supplies to RNWHP via Herschel Is. - revenue cutter Bear to rescue crew of the Karluk 048 Cutter Bear Going To The Rescue Of The Karluk's Crew 25.07.14 Bear, Karluk, Stefansson, Wrangel Is. - Bear sails to Arctic to rescue remaining crew members of Karluk - 18 whites Bc 4 Eskimos 049 Survivors of Karluk Tells Experiences 11.11.14 .B.McConnell. Stefansson, Wrangel Is., Wilkins, Dr. Jennis, Chafe Cape Halkett. Point Barrow. Mary Sachs. Dr. Anderson. Harrison Bay, Herschel Is •• Collision Point, Storker Storkerson. Castel. Capt. P.Bernard. Bartlett. F. Johansen. o. Andersen. death. S. Malloch. B. Mamen. Hadley. McKlnlay, B. Williamson - McConnell tells story of Stefansson's expedition up to the wreck of the Karluk - Dr. Jennis (ethnologist) stays at Harrison Bay to study Eskimos - 2 scientists die of nephritis - several referrences to Eskimos. skin boats. hunting - loss of 11 men altogether - Bartlett accredited with rescue 050 Drama On The Coast Of Yukon Territory 02.12.14 Stefansson, expedition. Herschel Is., Mackenzie, Ottawa, Capt. Page 14 Bernard, Teddy Bear, missing, Banks Land, Victoria Land, St. Patrick's Land, Leffingwell - fears for Stefansson & party travelling over drift ice in attempt to explore new land masses - Ottawa seeking every means to obtain info on missing expedition - Bernard in north for 5 years & believes Stefansson can survive because he learned survival skills from "blonde n Eskimos 051 Stefansson Tells World He Is Safe 11~10.15 Stefansson, Ottawa, Ruby, Capt. Cottle, Banks Land, Bailey Is., , discovery, Mary Sachs, Capt. Louis Lane, Polar Bear, Herschel Is. Gladiator, Dr. Anderson, Daniel Blue, Hadley, King, Winge, HBCo. North Star, Cape Pelcher, Eskimos, Challenge, Capt. Matson - Stefansson safe on Banks Is., plans to continue exploration of new land mass, buys Polar Bear & Gladiator, plans to make base camp on Banks Land - Anderson's party had one death - D. Blue - Ruby delivers provisions to HBCo. - 1000 fox skins purchased from Eskimos - Capt. Matson I Challenge has not reached Point Barrow 052 Stefansson Tells Of His Arctic Work 07.12.15 Stefansson, Polar Be;lr, reports, Ottawa, Banks Is., Kellett Base, Eskimos, exploration, Victoria Is., Wilkins, North Star, Helville Is •• death. accident - bundle of reports sent to Ottawa by Stefansson dated January 15 1916 - may not hear from him until 1918; survey I exploration continue around Victoria Is. - one man, Jones, dies from heart disease; Stefansson sprains ankle - plans to winter at Melville Is. next August - 11 whites, 13 Eskimos at Kellett Base 053 Writes Of The New Plans Of Stefansson 28.12.15 stefansson, Herschel Is •• Bishop Stringer. Rev. Whittaker. Capt. Lane, Baillie Is., Banks Land. Cape Kellet, Ruby. Capt. Sweeney. Hary'Sachs, Anderson. Harding, HBCo., police, Polar Bear, natives death, Kitigagjuit. Hester, Lucas. Takudh, translation, Eskimos, weather, Phillips, Girling, Hoare, Herrit Page 1S - letters written by Whittaker. sent to Stringer relaying news of the North - tells of Stefansson purchasing supplies from Lane a heading out on further exploration - HBCo. posts a employees. new buildings - 4 natives die suddenly. probably ptomaine poisoning states Whittaker - neN missionaries at Herschel. Ungava. Kitigagjuit OS4 Record Time Made On Trip By Police 01.03.11 patrol. RNWMP. record. Pratt. Hilliker. Keim. Brooker. Martin. Alexis. natives. guides. Dawson. McPherson - Dawson to McPherson police patrol makes record time - going 26 days a return 19 days OSS Tupper Brings Late News Of Stefansson 01.03.18 Tupper. RNWMP. Stefansson. Herschel Is •• Polar Bear. Barter Is •• illness. murder. Street. Radford. Grubin. HBCo •• Anderson. Storkerson. Herman. Shingle Point. Baillie Is •• Challenge. Cape Halkett. Teddy Bear. El Sueno. Ft. Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald. lost patrol. Cornelius. Phillips. Eskimo Nomen - Tupper (RNWMP) arrives from Herschel with news of Stefansson Stefansson very ill with flu. but plans to travel over ice north of Siberia studying currents a look for new land -RNWMP looking for alleged murders of explorers Street a Radford - Grubin. HBCo. agent. lost for 3 days. found by Eskimo - Eskimo women's sewing ability ato go with Stefansson's party - whaler Herman establishes post at Shingle Point. other ships passing mention. Ft. Fitzgerald at Smith's Portage. Gr. Slave R. OS6 Stefansson Still At Fort Yukon 11.06.14 Stefansson. Herschel Is •• missionaries. natives. illnesses. typhoid fever. typhus. Fry. Lamont. death - Stefansson's health recovered, resting at Ft. Yukon - Rev. Fry at Herachel believes epidemic may be typhoid fever Or typhus as Cst. Lamont has died. several whites ill. but natives affected hardest a dying - over half of native pop. of Mackenzie R. affected Page 16 057 Stefansson To Make A Visit Here 22.08.18 Stefansson. Rampart. Capt. Telford. RNWMP. Cst. Taylor. Cpl. Tidd. prospecting. lell River. Porcupine River - Telford brings news of Stefansson who is still at Ft. Yukon in good health. plans to visit Dawson - Stefansson to lecture for Red Cross benefit - Telford travelled up Porcupine R. in gas launch Moose - Cst. Taylor at Rampart House - prospecting on the Bell R. - many Dawsonites trapping in Porcupine country 058 Stefansson In Dawson On Way South 29.08.18 Stefansson. Dawson. Yukon. disease. illness. description. lecture Esquimalt. Wynward. Ottawa. New York. Red Cross. Herschel Is •• Eskimo. Lamont. RNWMP. Capt. Phillips, Cst. Irockie. Old Crow R •• Porcupine. Schults. Johnson, Dr. Grafton Burke, American Episcopal Mission. Karluk, lartlett. Melville Is.,Storkerson - Stefansson's lectures to begin in Dawson raising money for the Red Cross; talks about his illnesses typhoid. then pneumonia & finally pleurisy; Lamont dies from typhoid & Eskimos - good physical description of Stefansson - goes to Old Crow to recover - talks about loss of llfe, the Karluk, mail service, Bartlet, Storkerson's expedition - plans to go to Esquimalt. I.C., Wynward, Sask •• Ottawa & N.Y. 059 Whaler For N.W.M.P. 24.11.04 pollce, Herschel Is •• Fltzgerald. Major Perry, ship - Major Perry. NWMP commissioner to purchase police vessel for patrolling Beaufort Sea between mouth of Mackenzie & Herschel Is. where American whalers operate 060 Off For Mackenzie: Patrol Leaves For Fort Macpherson 27.12.04 RNWMP. Herschel Is •• whaling. Mackenzie, dog teams. toboggans. natives, Cragie, Seeley Pass. Cst. Mapley. Dever. Rowley. Sixteenmile. Twelvemile. Thlbeaudeau Page 17 - longest single patrol ever sent out by police. from Dawson to "cPherson. up Mackenzie R. to Herschel Is. - seven dog teams using toboggans instead of sleighs - using Seely Pass discovered by first white. Cragie.trapper 81 trader - Thibeaudeau. engineer. did not go 061 "ushers Selected 11.12.07 police patrol. Dempster.RNWMP. Major Wood. McPherson. Herschel Is •• Simmons. Audrey Forrest. Twelvemile. Peel River - patrol to leave Dawson for McPherson 81 Herschel Is. - Dempster. Simmons. Forrest 81 1 native to make trip - Forrest record-breaker - native to be trail breaker 062 Patrol Is Due From Herschel 26.02.08 Herschel Is •• patrol. Forrest - patrol expected from Herschel Is. - record round trip made by Forrest in 2 months year before 063 To Make The Dash. After Huge Shelf 16.03.08 natives. Herschel Is •• police patrol. Mikkelson. Leffingwell. Kettle. Arctic Red River. Peel River. Selig. Pearson. Major ~arvis. Forrest. Darrell. Dempster. Simmons. Martin. R.B. Harvey - Mikkelson 81 Leffingwell to head for continental shelf to find land reported by Kettle in 1849 - 75 natives at Herschel.· much game killed for winter (deer. sheep. goats. seal. whale) - 2 natives died (cause not mentioned) - Selig 81 Pearson left for Herschel; ~arvis arrived from same - Dawson patrol arrived in McPherson 064 Patrol Is Back. Had Hard Weather 15.03.09 police patrol. Dempster. Simmons. Forrest. McLean# Marvin. Twelvemile. Wind R •• Peel R •• Yukon Gold Co. Page 18 - return of patrol in bad weather; suffered frostbite - mention of 2 special constables; one Peel River native - mention of Twelvemile power station - private wire belonging to Yukon Gold Co. 065 Word Received From The Isolated Arctic 16.03.09 police, patrol, whalers, Stefansson, Karluk, natives, death, drowning, Anderson, Fitzgerald, miners, Bell, Drifwood, Old Crow R., Herschel Is., Jeannette, Hoffman, Trail R., Thompson, CHI mission. McCarty, Atchya. Little David. HBCo •• Wrigley. Hills. Cameron, Brown. Jarvis. Whittaker. Hamilton. Selig. Olga, Mogg, Wolki - McPherson patrol brings special correspondence - Stefansson ethnological expedition at Flaxman Is. - catch of whales down, mention of ships wintering up north - 5 natives involved in drowning on Trail R. - Whittaker goes to Hay R. mission, CHI mission abandoned - Selig & Fitzgerald on patrol - miners on Bell. Driftwood & Old Crow Rivers not finding gold - mention of rivalry between HBCo. & other trading co. 066 Indians Reported Starving: News Brought Via McPherson 18.03.10 NWMP, patrol, Herschel Is., natives, mail, HBCo., Edmonton. Dogrib, Ft. Rae. Great Slave Lake. starvation. Jennings. Selig - Edmonton packet run by HBCo. arrives at McPherson - 78 Dogrib natives reported to have died of starvation over winter - Jennings & Selig brought Herschel mail to McPherson 067 Patrol In From Herschel. Big Mail From Arctic Coast 10.03.10 RNWMP. Ft. McPherson, Herschel Is., patrol, Dempster - patrol healthy after 80 days on trail - over 500 pieces of mail brought to Dawson - Dempster in charge of patrol 068 RNWMP Hen Report On Doings At Herschel Island 03.11.10 Page 19 Pearson. RNWMP. Herschel Is •• Athabasca Landing. Eskimos. description. natives. measles. subsistence. sealers. food. Loucheaux. Takudh - Pearson brothers members of RNWMP on furlough. formerly at Herschel Is. - 150.000 sq. miles for 7 men to patrol - Eskimo subsistence; measle epidemic few years ago killed many - native sUbsistence worse -than Eskimos - Loucheaux pop. (2000) around Ft. McPherson. but migrating into Yukon because of "white man's food" 069 Patrol Is Coming From The Arctic 07.01.11 RNWMP. patrol. Macpherson. Herschel Is •• Dawson. Twelvemile - mention of the patrol enroute from Herschel/Macpherson/Dawson - natives from the Peel bring no word of patrol 070 Police Get Away On The Long Patrol. Dempster Is At Head 07.01.11 RNWMP. patrol. Dempster. Twelvemile. Seely Pass. Wind R •• Peel R •• Fitzgerald. lost patrol. Schultz. Turner. Campbell.·Stewart. Mapley - Dawson patrol leaves for McPherson to meet with patrol coming from Herschel - mention of Charley Stewart. Indian guide Br trail breaker. half­ breed. highly regarded - mention of "Map" Mapley police musher - mention of the lost Fitzgerald patrol Br Dempster's part in finding. the bodies the year previous 071 Dawson Police Did Not Find Man In Arctic 04.06.13 RNWMP. Noodie. missing person. Gerghty. Flaxman Is •• Herschel Is. O'Connor. suspect. death. Clark - U.S. officials request help of RNWMP in locating man wanted for questioning in the death of his partner. William Duncan Clark. whose body was found buried on the Chandlar R. - r~port that no white men living between HerBGhel I Flaxman Is. Page 20 072 Expedition Is Off On Trip To The Arctic: Dempster Is In Charge 03.01.14 Stefansson. RNWMP, Herschel Is., Dempster, Rampart House, native, Hocking, Moodie, Twelvemile, dogs, horses, White River. Regina Hotel, honours, Dalton Trail, Black. Laning, Mahaffy. Ironsides, Ross. Powell. Cowley. Jeckell. Searle, Volkman. Scondale, Leclair, Branston, Radford. Craig, Bragg, McCarter, McLennan, Small. Henry - list of accomplishments of Sgt. -Dempster - finding the "Lost Patrol" - hardships encountered on last patrol - dinner given in his honour; list of guests - leave with advices for Stefansson expedition. Herschel whalers, Macpherson 073 Supplies Are Lost In The Wreck Of Ship 13.03.14 shipwreck, patrol, RNWMP. Dempster. missionaries. natives. Hawksley, Hocking. Young. Whittaker. Fry, Martin, clothing. survival. cache. dogs. Doak. Clay, Long, Dr. Wilson, Phillips. Johnson. Parsons. Edmonton. HBCo. - mission at McPherson short of supplies due to shipwreck (ship not named in article); Whittaker to arrange next shipment - Hocking on McPherson patrol; had to shoot 4 dogs; extreme weather; Dempster to go to Rampart House - description of hunting with natives to procure food; descript­ ion of clothing. shelter & survival techniques used on trail -Edmonton patrol run by HBCo. using native employees - Eskimo & native interpreters at Herschel & McPherson 074 Police Are Now In Fine New Quarters 07.04.14 RNWMP. Turner & First Ave., Hawksley. Indian agent. Rev. Davies. Chief Isaac. Moosehide. natives - Hawksley new Indian agent - RNWMP headquarters moved due to fire - Isaac happy with Hawksley's appointment, says his people like their present location at Moosehide 075 Police Patrol May Now Be Lost 21.02.11 Page 21 RNWMP, patrol, Hountain Valley, Esau, Joseph, Albert, Big William Sgt. Fitzgerald, Cst. Carter, Taylor & Kinney, Wind River, lost - report from 4 natives who travelled as far as Mountain Valley with the Fitzgerald patrol - police did not require further assistance from natives, so each went their own route - patrol on trail now for 63 days - dogs in poor condition & fear of the worst because of bad weather & patrol would have run out of rations by this time 076 Ready To Go On Trip. Dempster Is At The Head 27.02.11 search, Snyder, Dempster, Fyfe, Turner, Fitzgerald, patrol RNWMP. - Dempster to head search party for overdue Fitzgerald patrol - patrol now out for 72 days 077 Off For The Long Journey I Four Men Are In The Outfit 01.03.11 search, Fitzgerald, Dempster, Fyfe, Turner, Stewart, Tombstone R. Twelvemile, Peel R., Esau,Peel River Indian, Snyder - four mushers leave in search party for missing Fitzgerald patrol (Dempster, Fyfe, Turner, stewart) - will follow trail from where Esau last saw missing patrol - article states that "whites are more resourceful" referring to survival in the bush 078 Indians In From Porcupine 12.03.11 natives, missing, patrol, game, Eagle - 9 .natives arrive from Porcupine River bringing caribou, moose & sheep - report no sign of missing patrol, but came from different direction than patrol supposed to 079 Police Perish After Heroic Struggle 17 .04.11 Page 22 death. Fitzgerald. Carter. Kinney. Taylor. Dempster. Selig. starvation. Herschel Is •• Hacpherson - Dempster party finds lost patrol - Selig dies at Herschel Is. of throat complications - Fitzgerald patrol could not find pass through mountains & had had turned back toward Hacpherson. but supplies gone. ate dogs. toboggan straps; all died of starvation & exposure - Kinney & Taylor die first. then Carter & Fitzgerald last to go - patrol only 30 miles from McPherson 080 Memorial Planned For The Police 19.04.11 patrol. Fitzgerald. Dempster. Stringer. Whittaker. Somers. Carter Kinney. Taylor communication from McPhersonites to Bishop Stringer via Whittaker & cheque from Cpl. Somers from same requesting tablet to be placed in church at McPherson in memory of the lost patrol - further description of the means by which patrol succumbed - possibility of poisoned by eating dog livers. bodies may be exhumed for post mortum 081 Trail Heroes Are Doing A New Start 21.04.11 Dempster. Fyfe. penitentiary. prison. Fitzgerald. Carter. Kinney, Taylor. origins - Dempster & Fyfe back in Dawson guarding prisoners - article mentions birthplace of lost patrol members & members of the recovery patrol's birthplaces 082 Plunge Through The Ice: Fyfe All But Got To Bottom 26.04.11 RNWMP. search. patrol. ice. Fyfe. Stewart. Dempster. Turner. weather - on two separate occasions Fyfe & then Stewart narrowly missed drowning after falling through ice on the Wind River - 12 ft. pole failed to touch bottom - all suffered frostbite on the search that led them to recovery of Fitzgerald patrol - temperature dropped to ,-62 degrees Page 23 083 No Formal Inquiry To Be Held Here 18.04.11 Synder. RNWMP. diary. inquest. Stringer. Whittaker. letters. Wind R •• Hart R •• Forrest Cr •• Cohn's place. graves - letters to Bishop Stringer from Rev. Whittaker - talks about the Fitzgerald patrol. describes diary account of events - mentions building the 4 coffins I mass burial in a common grave 084 Dawson Honors Brave Police 08.05.11 Arctic Brotherhood. Henderson. Snyder. RNWMP. Fitzgerald. Carter. Kinney. Taylor. Craig. Stringer. Dunham. Ross. Crarey. Totty, Bompas. memorial - memorial service held in DaMson to honor the Fitzgerald patrol - dignitaries each have speech to make in regards to the tragedy 085 Perry On Loss Of Fitzgerald Party 09.05.11 Commissioner. Perry. RNWMP. Snyder. biographies. Fitzgerald, Kinney. Herschel Is •• McPherson. Selig. Haylaw. Maple Creek, Jarvis. Moody. Ft. Selkirk. Boer War. Canadian Mounted Rifles. Constantine. HBCo., Eskimos. whalers. Howard, Walker, Pelletier. Carter, natives, musher - Commissioner Perry receives reports from Snyder on Fitzgerald patrol - biographical report from Edmonton on the lost patrol gives history of the dead men a their service years in the RNWMP 086 Strange Report About The Police 10.05.11 RNWMP. patrol, Fitgerald. Carter, Kinney. Taylor~ natives, poison, Kelly, secret service, Ft. St. John, measles, death - person named F.M. Kelly brings report that secret service man was on his way north to investigate the tragedy of the lost patrol a believed that Indians were responsible for poisoning the ill-fated patrol . - in Ft. St. John a measle epidemic has killed 70 natives Page 24 087 Victoria Story Is Denied By Bishop 11.0S.11 Kelly. Stringer. natives. poison. patrol. Fitzgerald. Campbell. Ft. Smith. Arctic Red River. HBCo •• Esau. Snyder - Kelly's story denied by Stringer - no evidence of Indian poisoning a states that idea is ridicul- ous - ~atives held Fitzgerald in high regard a surprized that patrol had not made it to Dawson when they arrived - Snyder authorized Stringer to refute Kelly's story - origin of story unknown 088 Dempster's Report On Lost Patrol 01.06.11 patrol. RNWMP. Dempster. Fitzgerald. diary. Taylor. White. Laurier. Perry. Trail R •• Peel R. - Dempster's report made public; as well as exerpts from Fitz­ gerald's diary - Fitzgerald blames Carter for being lost as he could not find the route through the mountains - Taylor. blows his own head off - describes their failing health. starvation. frostbite - Kinney & Taylor die first - last diary entry Feb. S. 1911; rough will written in charcoal 089 Comments On Some Of The Hardships Of Travelling In The Arctic 06.06.11 patrol. Fitzgerald. Franklin. Erebus. Terror. Stringer. abandoned. starvation - reminded of the perils of Arctic travel by recent loss of Fitzgerald patrol. this report mentions Franklin's ill-fated expedition & Stringer's almost tragic trip from Macpherson one year previous 090 Was Not Far From Fitzgerald And His Men: New Points On The Affair 29.0.2.12 Warn. patrol. RNWMP. Fitzgerald. Perry. Dempster. emergency. shelter. commemoration Page 25 - report from Warn that he was close to the area Fitzgerald a his men were lost in last winter, had left some medicines in Waugh cabin. but no food - Warn believed that one man froze feet a should have been left behind so others could reach safety a bring help - Perry cites other cases of northern patrols who have been on similar long runs, but ret~rned safely - emergency shelter established on Big Hart River 091 Police To Get Away On Long Trip, Monday: Edgerton Is In Charge 29.12.14 Edgerton, Caly, Stefansson, RNWMP, McPherson, Herschel Is., Karluk - Edgerton to head patrol bound for McPherson a Herschel Is. - Clay due to return to Dawson from McPherson - mail for Stefansson, whalers I traders 092 Police Get Away On The Long Patrol. Six 00 On The Journey 05.01.15 RNWMP, patrol, Edgerton, Thornback, Ward,Wilson, .natives, Alfred Bonnetplume, Peter, Twelvemile - mail patrol for McPherson a Herschel Is. headed by Edgerton - native trail breakers - Bonnetplume a Peter 093 Mushers Arrive In City From Macphersonr Rapid Time Is Made 15.02.15 Stewart, Kwisitchya, Seely Pass, Edgerton. Herbert. Whittaker. ~artin. injury - Stewart a Kwisitchya first to arrive in Dawson from McPherson this winter - Edgerton safe in McPherson - Hebert party brings mail from Whittaker - Martin injured in accident with police patrol. unconscious for 8 hours, nursed back'~y Edgerton 094 Boys Ready For The Long Mush North_ Will Carry The Mail 19.12.15 RNWMP, patrol. Knight, McPherson, Herschel Is., HBCo •• Dempster. Rampart House. Hutchinson. Grant, Carter. Craig. Martin Page 26 - Dawson patrol ready for mush to McPherson - Hutchinson to lead patrol - meet up at McPherson with patrol from Herschel Is. & Edmonton patrol 095 Patrol To Get Away On Trip On Monday 27.12.15 RNWM~, patrol, Ward, Peel R., Twelvemile R., mail, supplies - patrol leaves Monday for trip to McPherson - Ward to lead 4 dog teams, 5 dogs per team - natives report rivers thawed & overflowing 096 Police Are Probably Now In McPhersonl Had Made Good Showing 03.02.16 RNWMP, patrol, Wind R., natives, Knight, Rev. Totty, Peel District, Stefansson, Herschel Is. - natives report meeting patrol who expect to hit McPherson by Jan. 30. - temperatures mild - Rev. Totty to go to Peel District - Herschel patrol expected to delivery news of Stefansson 097 Police Boys Get In From MacPherson 10.03.16 RNWMP, patrol, Knight, Ward, Oldham, King, Hutchinson, natives - patrol in good condition on return from McPherson - 65 days for return trip - patrol comprised Ward, Oldham, King, Hutchinson & two unnamed native guides 098 Latest News Of MacPherson and Herschel: Trappers Are On The Alert 11.03.16 RNWMP, patrol, Stefansson, Lane, Anderson, trappers, Herschel Is. Baillie Is., Polar Bear, Alaska, Cockburn Point, Dolphin a Union Straits, Williams, Hebert, Cardinal, HBCo., Northern Trading Co., Ft. Sinic, Arctic Red River, natives, game - news of Stefansson alive & well at Herschel Is. travelling with Capt. Lane of the Polar Bear Page 27 - Anderson winters over in several places - natives hunt seal, sheep around Firth R. trappers doing well this season, two trading co. in the area 099 , Two Murderers Held Now At Herschel, Yukon Territory 22.08.16 crime, natives, Herschel Is., priests, Coppermine R., Eskimos, RNWMP, Lanange, murder - short report referring to two Eskimos being held for the murder of 2 priests; have plead guilty . - Inspector Lanange sends message via Nome 100 Patrol Gets Away On the Long Mush. Everyone In Fine Form 05.01.17 RNWMP, patrol, Hutchinson, Pratt, Hilliker, Craig, Martin, Harber, Twelvemile, Yukon Gold, Seely Pass, Dempster - patrol lead by Hutchinson leave for McPherson - Dempster expected in Dawson soon 101 Dempster In After Mush Of 400 Miles 08.02.17 patrol, RNWMP, Dempster, Rampart, Strom, natives, boundary - Dempster arrives from Rampart over new route following international boundary - accompanied by Strom a two natives - lots of game on trail, all men in good condition 102 Long Mush Being Made To The Northl O.pening A New Route 27.02.17 RNWMP, patrol, Dempster, Rampart, map, route, Twelvemile, Ft. Reliance, Yukon Gold, Seely Pass, Ogilvie Range, Blackstone R., Peel R., Nahani Lakes, Whitestone R., Bluefish R., Fishing R., Porcupine R. - Dempster makes a map of the new route between Dawson a Rampart House· - first time route taken by police - all-Canadian route Page 28 103 Police Patrol In From The Far North: No Mishaps On Journey 08.03.17 RNWMP, patrol, Hutchinson, Pratt, Craig, Hilliker, Harbour, Martin, HBCo., records. natives, Eskimos, Herschel Is., trapping, Stringer, Whlttaker, Ft. Bacon, Phillips, Bernard Harbour, wreck, Cape Bathurst, Bernard, Teddy Bear, Anderson, Olga, AlIen, El Sueno, Atkoon, Girling, Lenauze - police patrol returns from McPherson, every man in good health - report heavy snowfall & record low temperatures - letter received by Stringer from Whittaker tells of record number of lynx trapped by Eskimos who are in good health - natives further south having trouble obtaining food because of cold & snow - Lenauze makes patrol from Herschel by self - HBCo. has new post, report of wreck & wintering of other ships 104 Police Patrol Gets In From Far North 28.02.18 RNWMP, patrol. Dempster, Tupper, Herschel Is. - Dempster arrives from McPherson with Capt. Tupper from Herschel 105 Brings News Of Stefallsson and Eskimos: Police Arrest Nati"es 09.03.17 patrol, Stefanson, trapping. natives, Lenauze. crime, Hutchinson. Melville Is., Polar Bear, Eskimos, HBCo.,Rouviere, Leroux. Seymour, Storkersen, Castel. Herschel Is., Whittaker. Stringer, Fry, Harding, Rubin, Eckhart, Connors, epidemic, births, Alexi, Julius. Dempster, Linklater. Anthony. Lucas, Doyle, Hester 106 Two Get Away On Long Trip North I Stringer For The Arctic 18.05.17 Stringer. murder. Eskimos. Tidd, RNWMP, Washburn, Ft. Yukon, Rampart House. Dempster. mission - Stringer to visit Ft. Yukon, Rampart House & then Herschel Is. for trial of 2 Eskimos arrested 2 or 3 years previous for murder of 2 priests - Dempster to be relieved at Rampart by Tidd Page 29 107 Herschel Island: Among The Indians 16.10.07 Rev. Fraser. Eskimos. Anglican. Macdonald. Herschel Is •• Peel R •• Wrigley - Rev. G.M. Fraser. Anglican missionary on return from 2 years in north at Peel R •• Herschel , Wrigley 108 Bishop Is Back. Welcomed By Tribe 23.01.08 Stringer. missionaries. natives, Peel R •• Blindgoose,Twelvemile. Martin, Hart R •• Blackstone R., death, Takudh. McDonald, Bompas, hunting. - Stringer visits Peel R. natives - some sick 'dying of "white man's plague"; medicines from RNWMP distributed - hunting custom mentioned - mention of McDonald's Takudh Bible translation' some natives learning to read 109 Bishop Will Talk Thursday 15.02.08 Stringer, Eskimo, Herschel Is., Fuller. Brayton - Stringer to give talk to raise money for church - will talk about the Eskimos of Herschel Is. - Fuller , Brayton in charge of preparations 110 Tells Of Esquimosl Country Described 21.02.08 Stringer. Eskimos, missionaries, photographs, whaling, Bompas. Macdonald. Herschel Is., McPherson. Ft. Norman. flora. fauna. coal, subsistence, Inooit (sic), habits. hygiene. customs, superstitions. dancing. clothing - Stringer's illustrated lecture about the Eskimos who call themselves Inooit (lnuit - "The People") - very good description of customs. clothing. etc. excepting the personal biases , prejudices Page 30 111 Bishop Stringer Outlines New Plans 04.10.10 Stringer, Young, Fry, dioceses, Holmes, Prince Albert, synod, Cody, Armatage, Bompas, Herschel Is., Eskimos - Stringer mentions Anglican synod and proposal to divide Yukon into smaller church districts - Young to help Stringer until late winter when he will go to Herschel Is. to work with Eskimos & Rev. Fry - Rev. Cody author of book on Bishop Bompas 112 Woman Writes of Trip To Herschel 20.04.11 Stringer, Whittaker, Herschel Is., Fry, Nelson Fishery, Richards Is., natives, Eskimos, Margaret, Escape Reef, Kittagazyoot (sic), Karluk, Kay Point, Cottle, Shingle Point, Edward. Lazarus, Red River, McPherson, Attomechia - letter from Mrs. Whittaker to Mrs. Stringer detailing journal entries on round trip from McPherson to Herschel Is. - mention of godchild Margaret who reads & writes well and has been away from her people for 4 years - mention of Attomechia, Eskimo at Herschel Is., lay preacher & teaches school - mentions Karluk & captain's wife * article difficult to read 113 Bishop Covers Ground 19.04.11 Stringer, stage, Eagle, Kennith, natives, Porcupine R., Dempster, Sheep Cr., Hogan, Swayne, Webster, Sulphur Cr. - Stringer's trip to Eagle & back by stage - travelled across country, met camp of 45 natives, encountered severe storm - storm may have been one Dempster caught in - Stringer meets 3 old Sulphur Cr. miners at Sheep Cr. heading to the Porcupine to prospect 114 Rev. Whittaker On Conditions About McPherson 19.04.11 Whittaker, Stringer, st. Matthew's Mission, Margaret, Johnson, Page 31 Fry, Escape Reef. transl~tions. Oliver, King Edward. Kittigag­ zooit, Atoomikchina, headman. Eskimos, natives - Whittaker's report to Stringer - mentions Fry going to Escape Reef - his work on translations of hymns. books, etc. for natives to read ' - visit from Minister of the Interior a news of King Edward's death - Atoomikchina is same person as Attomechic in Cat. No. 112 who preaches a teaches school with enjoyment a without pay 115 Bishop Stringer Talks Of The Work In Yukon: Made Visit To Ottawa 29.11.'1 Stringer. Eskimos, natives. missionaries. reindeer. wireless, Johnson, McPherson, Bell R., starvation, Circle City - Stringer goes to Ottawa to talk about work in Yukon a petition for wireless in the North - requests gov't seek to obtain Alaskan reindeer for Yukon import - tells of near fatal trip similar to Fitzgerald patrol 116 Bishop Stringer Is Expected Next Month 09.07.12 Stringer, Whittaker, McPherson, Porcupine R., Ft. Yukon, Herschel Is., Eskimo, Lapierre House. Rampart, McRae - Stringer a Whittaker expected from Arctic - Whittakers travelling with McRae family over divide - McRae prospecting 900 miles east of Herschel 117 Bishop Stringer III On Last Part Of Trip 26.08.12 Stringer, illness, Eagle, Black, Culbertson, Hawksley - Stringer suffers from 3-day attack of appendicitis - Mrs. Stringer a Dr. Culbertson canoe downriver to rescue him at Eagle - recuperates in Dawson 118 Bishop Stringer Going Outside In September 27.08.12 Page 32 Stringer, Ft. McPherson. Mackenzie. Herschel Is •• Pauline. Cadzow Rampart House Stringer expected in August & to attend meeting in Winnipeg - Stringer's son (12 yr. old) to travel with Cadzow to Rampart House 119 Bishop Stringer's Notable Trip From Fort MacPherson 14.02.08 Stringer, missionaries, Fry, Loon Lake, natives, Johnson, Blunt, starvation, lost, Lost Cabin Mine, Herschel Is., Porcupine R., Robinson, Peary, Circle, North Pole - Stringer writes of his troubles on the trail from Herschel/ McPherson/Dawson - little game, faced near starvation - prospector near Herschel takes $30,000.00 out in 2 wk. - question of whether Peary heading to North Pole 120 Brings News Of The Wild Tribe Of The Arctic: Found To Be Friendly 17.08.12 natives, Rovier, missionaries, Coppermine, Jacquot, Mackenzie, Stefansson, Anderson, Hanbury, Lereaux, Labrador, Fry, Cape Peary, Dawson, McPherson, Ross, Fitzgerald, Wind R., Bonnet-Plume, Point Barrow, Dismal Lake - Rovier reports "so called Huskies" not savage - Stefansson & Anderson discovered natives ("Huskies") who'd never seen white men - Hanbury wrong when reported "tribe abandons old and leaves them to die" - Jacquot runs from Dawson to McPherson in 12 days record time - Stefansson winters in Arctic 121 Has No Faith In Tale Of Lost Cabin Mine. Some Fight On Question 24.09.12 Stringer, exploration, Arctic slope, Mackenzie, Herschel Is., Firth, HBCo., McPherson, Wifley, Porcupine, McRae - Stringer speaks in Montreal to those concerned with Lost Cabin Mine - Firth does not remember alleged Wifley party - HcRae claims he knows exact location, obtained from Wifley Page 33 122 Writes Of Natives To The Northlandl Tells Of The Eskimos 10.02.13 Whittaker, natives, missionaries, Stefansson, Eskimos, morals, modernization, Fry, Young, Kitigagjoit (sic), Herschel Is., Baillie Is., Coppermine, Burke, Ft. Yukon, mission - Whittaker1s report of evangelizing Eskimos in Arctic (Herschel Is.) - talks of improved hygiene, morals. education - down Porcupine to Ft. Yukon ministering to natives - stay with Burkes at Ft. Yukon 123 Bishop Of Mackenzie On Eskimos Of Canadian Arctic 10~01.14 Lucas, missionaries, Collingwood, Bompas, Mackenzie R., Stringer, Stefansson, Fry, Whittaker, Ft. Simpson, hardship, polygamy - Lucas to return to Arctic - tales of hardship a privation of "pioneers of Christianity" - Eskimo morality low, polygamy freely practiced. natives constantly at war - Stefansson discovers "blonde" Eskimos - missionaries change lives of Eskimo tribe for the good 124 News From The Far Realms Of The Mackenziel Trappers Quit For Time 15.05.15 trapping, McPherson, Pederson, Blazes, McRae, Mason, Burt, Babbidge R., Herschel, Williams, Blake, Anthony, Porcupine, Brown Mackenzie, Ostergarde, Fairbanks,Dempster, Rampart House - fur industry down due to low market - moose a caribou returning after years of scarcity - Eskimo trappers migrate to where food is more abundant - Dempster to make visit from Rampart House 125 News From The Far Arctic Coast Region' Tells Of Native Life 14.07.15 Girling, Athabasca, Luea., Whittaker, Quarterman, Tremain., Ft. Norman, Hoare, Merrit, missionaires, natives, Young, HBCo., language, housing, food, customs, travel, clothing, Eskimos, culture - Rev. Girling's report of life among the natives for the missionaries Page 34 - mentions help of HBCo •• the names of missionaries & their stations . - details & descriptions of modes of transport. housing. food. customs. language & cloting of the Eskimos & missionaries 126 Letters From The Far Arctic Coasts Tells Of The Conditions OB.12.16 Girling. missionaries. Stefansson. Merritt, Hoare, Herschel Is., Coppermine R •• Atkoon. Dolphin. Union Strait. Bernard Harbour •. Coronation Gulf. Baillie Is.. Clifton Pt.. Alaska. Anderson. Mackenzie. Kittigagzuit. Cockburn Pt •• Hadley, Eskimos, Jenness - the Atkoon bound for "blonde" Eskimos - ship flounders in heavy storm of Peary Is. - Girling meets Stefansson & natives 35 mi. east of Cape Bexley - Girling to establish base mission at Bernard Harbour - Girling learns native language - hunting seals for dog food - Eskimos friendly to whites & anxious to learn 127 Bishop Stringer Makes Trip To Arctic Safely 05.0B.17 Stringer, Dawson, McPherson, Herschel Is., Ft. Yukon, Whittaker, Mackenzie, Lucas, Gould - Stringer reaches McPherson safely. proceeding to Herschel Is. & to return to Dawson via Ft. Yukon - accompanied by Whittaker on return trip 12B News Comes From The Far Arctic. Eskimos Up For Murder 11.0B.17 Alaska, Mackenzie R., McPherson, Porcupine R., Ft. Yukon, Dawson, Stringer. Nauze, "Blonde" Eskimos, Great Bear Lake, Coppermine, Wright, Anderson, Stefansson, Bruce, Herschel Is., Bloody Falls, Hearn, Radford. Street. Chesterfield Inlet ~ letters arrive on the Alaska from Arctic coast - reports Stringer reaches McPherson safely - Nauze proceeding to Edmonton with two "Blonde" Eskimos charged with murder of two Catholic priests - tentative inquiry leads authorities to suspect murder - Nauze prepares outfit at Gr. Bear Lake & meets with Stefansson & Bruce at RNWMP post on Herschel Is. Page 35 129 Latest Advices From The Arctic 15.08.17 natives. crime. missionaries. Stringer. Whittaker. Mackenzie R., Ft. Yukon. Nauze. Herschel Is •• Peel R •• Peterson, Blake. HBCo., Harding. Larson. Baillie Is.~ Fry. Hester. Parson. Cadzow.Thompson. Rampart House. Hay River. Northwest Trading Co •• RNWMP. Ft. Bacon. Natural History Museum - Nauze up from Herschel with prisoners - Stringer home from Herschel - HBCo.steamer arrives with passengers - important Bishop's conference about to convene - Northwest Trading Co. arrives with RNWMP supplies to open a NTCo. post as far east as possible - steamer Atkoon destroyed by fire Aug. 1916 130 Eskimos Given Life Sentence For Murder 31.08.17 crime. natives. Herschel Is., Regina. Phillips. RNWMP - two Eskimos convicted of murdering two Catholic priests have been given life sentences to be served at Herschel Is. post 131 Bishop Stringer On Arctic Conditions 11.09.17 mlssionaries. Stringer, Rampart, natives, Girling, Ft. McPherson. Fortymile, Eagle. Ft. Yukon, Burke, Stuck, Pelican, Porcupine R., Rampart House, Njootli, Old Crow, Juthi, Hay R., Mackenzie R., Carcross. Amos. Kuruak. Sinclair Rock. Johnson.Peel R •• Fry, Whittaker. Harding. HBCo •• Heater, Baillie Is •• Firth. Coronation - Stringer leaves Dawson, stops on journey to minister to native villages along the way - confirmation of Kuruak. wife & daughter at Rampart House & continues onto McPherson - cache at Sinclair Rock - heavy rains encountered - journey ends at Coronation Gulf to continue work with "blonde" Eskimos 132 Circumstances Of The Eskimo Murder Casei Statement By Accused 20.09.17 Page 36 natives. crime. Rouvier. Mould. Sinnisiak. Wallbridge, Stringer. Coppermine R. - accused called "poor ignorant benighted peg an" - prisoners willingly confess to killings - Wallbridge unwilling to hand out death penalty - guards state "they are having the time of their lives, sleep on good beds & wear nice clothes" 133 Visit Made To The Arctic By Dawsonite: Was Among The Eskimos 04.10.17 Stringer. Rampart. Herschel Is., Cape Bathurst. Coronation Gulf. Ft. Yukon. Porcupine R •• Whittaker, Carcross. Wilfred, Randal. Cadzow. natives. Eskimos - Stringer travels from Herschel to Cape Bathurst visiting natives - accompanied by Whittaker, Indian boy & 2 Eskimo boys - descended Porcupine R. with Indian navigators & crew 134 Murder On The Arctic Coast: Police On Trail 22.10.17 crime. natives. Stringer. RNWMP. Herschel Is •• Eskimos. Conway. Girling. Coronation. Ft. McPherson. Clay. Doak, Cook. Tupper. Bathurst. Phillips - news of murder brought to Stringer - Eskimo man murders wife. dies due to stabbing - Conway to bring accused to Herschel - Phillips .to escort two Eskimos convicted of murdering 2 priests back to Herschel 135 Interesting Report On The Arctic. Travelled Long Distance 13.10.17 Stringer. natives. trapping. trading. whaling. Herschel Is., Whittaker, McPherson. Teleyah. Pillage Pt •• Fry, RNWMP. HBCo •• Bathurst. Girling. Ft.Yukon. Colleen R •• Kingston Brothers. traders. Pederson - Stringer & Whittaker return from Mackenzie - Eskimos prosperous. great change in 20 years - Stringer spent week in McPherson collecting data on early history of natives - Porcupine Valley has many white trappers Page 37 - whaleship reaches Herschel Is. bringing supplies to HBCo. a trades own stock 136 Police Patrol Back After Long Mush. Journey Is A Success 27.02.18 RNWHP, patrol. Stefansson, Dempster, Twelvemile. McPherson, Tupper, Hibbert, Herschel Is., Dempster, Pratt, Hilliker, Keim, Martin, Alex Is. - police patrol returned to Twelvemile powerhouse from McPherson - Tupper & Hibbert in charge of police post at Herschel Is. - mushers have mail from Herschel a McPherson 137 Patrol Gets Away On Mush To MacPherson 15.01.19 patrol. RNWMP, Dempster, Ft. HcPherson, Dawson, Whitehorse, influenza, serum - RNWHP patrol leaves for HcPherson with mail a influenza serum - serum comprises 100 doses, kept warm next to bodies of men a arrives in first class condition 138 R.N.W.M.P. Have Mishap On The Arctic Coast: Letter Gives Details 2S. 01.19 police, shipwreck, Herschel Is •• Stringer, Whittaker, Fry, St. Patrick's Mission, Herman, Tent Is., Brockey, Wittenberg, dogs, Phillips. Doake. Cornelius, Tiliyak. Alex AlIen - letter to Stringer a Whittaker from Fry at Herschel tells of police hardships - Brockey aWiitenberg on patrol lose dog team through ice - Phillips, Doake, & Cornelius shipwrecked 2 mi. off Herschel, all swim safely to shore, but become ill a rescued by Alex AlIen - Fry travels to Tent Is. ministering to natives 139 Police Back After Record Trip 04.03.19 RNWMP, patrol, Dempster. McPherson, Vance. Scott, Patterson. natives, medicine Dempster patrol arrives from McPherson - round trip takes 49 days - Indians take medicine to McPherson & return safely 140 Dempster Tells Of The Long Mush North, All Back In Fine Form 08.03.19 Page 38 Dempster. patrol. Vance. Cook. Patterson. Phillips. Herschel Is., Tidd. Rampart. influenza - Dempster patrol takes 35 mushing days round trip - assured by Phillips & Tidd that no influenza in district 141 Police Relay Is Making Good Time: Back Before Christmas 08.12.19 patrol. Dempster. Hart R •• Basley. Brine. Tyack. Smith. de Wolfe, Benson. Rampart, McPherson - patrol to relay supplies to Hart R. - relay stations at Percy de Wolfe's & Benson's at Rampart 142 Patrol Is To Get Away Tomorrow. To Return In The Spring 02.02.20 patrol, Dempster, Scott. Paisley. Tyack. Wollams, Simon, Semple, natives - Dempster patrol on run to McPherson - Wollams to be engineer on police launch at Arctic coast - Jimmy Simmon & Peter Semple are the native guides 143 Arctic Patrol To Make A Late Start. Waiting For Express 02.01.20 Dempster. RNWMP. Dawson. McPherson, patrol, Prince Rupert. Knight Herschel Is., Rampart House - Dempster's patrol to make annual trek from Dawson to McPherson - delayed due to slow arrival of parts - Knight states police cached supplies along trail Page 39 144 Taking The Eskimos Down The Line 10.08.05 natives. whaling. missionaries. liquor. death. Newth. Kelly - historical report by John W. Kelly on the effects white people have had on northern natives in the last 40 yr. . - cites accounts of alcohol abuse. decreased living standards. physical & sexual abuse. natives taught how to make stills. liquor. selling of girls & women for sex. etc. - report on the negative effects brought by whites. even denounc­ ing the behaviour of missionaries - mentions Newth in a favourable light 145 Whaling Captains Mush From Arctic To Eagle. Alaska 05.12.05 Gjoa. Todd Is •• Pt. Richardson. natives - 2 Swedish men from whaler Gjoa arrive in Eagle after mushing from Todd Is •• where ship stuck in ice 146 North Pole Party Makes The Famous Northwest Passage 06.12.05 exploration. Amundsen. Gjoa. RNWMP. Moodie. Victoria Land. Dease Strait. Union Strait. Bothnia Peninsula - Amundsen confident he can circumnavigate Northwest Passage in New Yea~ - exploration involves observation & establishment of station at the magnetic North Pole - Amundsen visited by Moodie 147 The Gjoa Makes Northwest Passage 09.12.05 exploration. Amundsen, Herschel Is •• Gjoa. Lancaster Sound, Barrow Strait. Peel Sound. James Ross Strait, Major Barrie, Simpson Strait. King William's Land, Victoria Land. Dr. Rae. Dease Strait. Coronation Gulf. Dolphin Strait. Union Strait. Ber~ng Strait. map. lost. Andre. weather. Mogg - Amundsen reaches Herschel Is. after successful navigation of Northwest Passage - believes he's located the magnetic North Pole - establishes observation station on King William's Land Page 40 - rescues Mogg on journey - temperature recorded at -79 degrees below zero Fahrenheit * map included in this article tracing Amundsen's travels through the Northwest Passage 148 Story Of Trip: Send Two Letters 21.12.05 exploration. Amundsen. Gjoa. Moodie. Fortescue. RNWMP. Eskimos - Amundsen's reports brought to Moodie by Fortescue of the RNWMP - Amundsen visited by many Eskimos over the year - believes he's found the magnetic North Pole. latitude & longitude given in article 149 On Coast Of Arctic: Some.Eat Raw Food 18.04.07 exploration. Amundsen. natives. Gjoa. collections. Netschilli. Eskimos. stone age. technology. hunting. shaman. clothing. shelter. jewellry - Amundsen's Eskimo & natives artifacts arrive at Historical Museum in Christiana. Norway - all Netschilli tribe artifacts taken in exchange for modern goods; include stone tools. sleighs. harpoons. weapons. lamps. clothing, copper implements (make from wreckage of Franklin & Ross expeditions). shaman'S clothing, drum. eye goggles with Amundsen's profile carved -hunting. shelter. clothing & customs vividly described 150 Sailed In Arctic: Some Experiences 20.01.07 exploration, Amundsen. natives. Gjoa, Lund, Hansen. Rustvedt. Wik, Lindestrom. Foss, death. clothing, hunting. Eskimos - crew of the Gjoa talk about their trip through Northwest Passage - one crew member, Wik, dies of lung inflammation - overland to magnetic North Pole on King William's Land - description of Eskimo clothing, hunting, shelter - Amundsen takes back artifacts. photos & reports to Norway 151 Amundsen Believes In Dogsl Had A Wide Experience 14.02.13 Page 41 exploration. Amundsen. Scott. dogs - Amundsen credits his successful journey to having dogs & states absence of dogs is reason for Scott's failure to return alive in Antarctic - Amundsen takes dog sleds from Herschel to Eagle return 152 Blonde Eskimos Not First Seen By Stefansson: Have The White Features 30.12.18 Eskimos. Victoria Land. Levi Bower. Stefansson. Klinkerberg. Olga primitive. description - Bower tells of meeting "blonde" Eskimos - says Stefansson not first to discover them. but first noted by Klinkerberg of the ship Olga in 1905 - Eskimos unaffected by whites. live traditionally - Stefansson provides good description of these people M last half of article faded. illegible 153 Letters Tell Of The Activities On Yukon's Arctic Coast 18.09.18 Stringer. Fry. Herschel Is •• Stefansson. epidemic. disease. Ft. Yukon. RNWKP. Lamont. missionaries. Coppermine R •• Cape Parry. Eskimos. natives. Wittenberg. Challenge. crime. trapping. Whittaker. Reid - letters from Stringer with news from the Arctic region - many natives sick. some die. 2 natives drown - Stefansson recuperates at Ft. Yukon from typhoid; Lamont of RNWMP dies - missionaries in various areas preaching - Wittenberg charged & jailed at Herschel for teaching immorality to Eskimos - trapping good; Reid replaces Whittaker at HcPherson 154 Stefansson Mushes Over White Pass Trail On Way Outside 23.09.18 Stefansson. Pullen House. Red Cross. Karluk. Bering Sea - Stefansson encouraged to 'raise money for Red Cross by speaking of adventures at Pullen House - exploration includes scientific research in the Arctic for six years - begins exploration in uncharted North Bering Sea in summer of 1912 155 Explorer Had Long Trip In Arctic= Had Eskimos To Help Him 15.05.19 Page 42 exploration. Leffingwell. Stefansson. Herschel Is., Eskimos. Canning R., Colville R •• Endicott Ht. - Canning region' Endicott Ht. - data regarding northern Alaska - Leffingwell explored mostly on his own with one or two Eskimos • a surveyor - Stefansson in another area mapping • collecting scientific data 156 Plans Trip To Northern Coast Of Yukon Territory 25.05.19 exploration. trading, Wittenberg, Sea Wolf. AlIen, Stefansson, Juneau - Wittenberg purchases Stefansson camp - Sea Wolf to journey from Juneau to remote Russian shore for furs. whalebone • ivory 157 Exciting Experience In Ice Off Yukons Far Arctic Coast 01.12.19 trading. trapping, Pederson, Banks, Herman. Crawford - Pederson arrives home with fortune in furs - Crawford' Challenge went out after furs with two Eskimo trappers • two Eskimo women - Crawford states no hardships during long stay on Banks Is. - Crawford meets up with schooner Herman 158 Yukon Fur Trader Tells Of Experience On The Far Arctic Coast 08.12.19 trading. trapping. Stein. RNWMP, Sweenson. Hibbert. Sea Wolf. Pt. Hope. Pt. Barrow. Belvedere - Stein predicts catch out of Arctic will be good - RNWMP track down murderers - Stein • dogs trek across East Cape. Siberia to explore • see natives . - the Belvedere beats the Sea Wolf to East Cape • trades goods for all the furs there - Canadian gov't sets a ban on barter in Victoria Land to protect nBlonde n Eskimos 159 Blonde Eskimos Only Throwback Says Arctic Manl But Not Of Norsemen 30.12.19 natives. Eskimos. exploration. Stefansson. Crawford Page 43 - Crawford thinks "blonde" Eskimos descendants of early explorers - Stefansson first brings these people to the public eye - Stefansson denounces Crawford's theory - natives make it clear that they had never seen white men before 160 Off For Arctics Plans For Winter 11.08.08 trading. Rampart. Cadzow. Thompson - Cadzow& Thompson make start in scow for distant fields - recorders agent is named for the Porcupine District - reports of gold on Arctic slope 161 News Of Herschels Indians Are Left NO DATE Herschel Is •• Cadzow. natives. Rampart. Huskies. Eskimos. McPherson - Cadzow states "grub is shyD on Arctic coast - Huskies buy supplies at McPherson & beat others - Rampart House has coldest winter on record in that region 162 Writes Of The News On The Porcupine 16.09.16 Njootli. trapping. Cadzow. Rampart. Dempster. missionaries. natives. Jacob - Njootli writes Cadzow that the Rampart is off on a special trip up the Porcupine - missionaries a trappers on boat - Jacob reports natives of the region catching many salmon 163 Wada Is In Dawsonl Bound for Arctic 08.09.01 Page 44 Wada. exploration. Atlin. Pt. Barrow. Ft. Yukon, natives. Dawson. Fairbanks. Barnette - Wada in Dawson on stop before heading to Herschel Is. - tells tales of the early days - Barnette hired Wada to spread news that gold strike not true 164 Gold Is Locatedl May Be New Mecca 16.03.08 Wada. exploration. Herschel Is •• traders. Dutchess of Bedford. Mackenzie R •• Norwood. shipwreck - rich strike reported 60 mi. east of Herschel Is. - advices brought by RNWMP patrol - Wada headed to gold fields - news of gold strike reported by crew of the shipwrecked Duchess of Bedford 165 Wada Is In City, Visited Whalers 27.04.08 Wada. exploration. Herschel Is •• Yukon R •• Big Joe's. Rampart House. Porcupine R •• RNWMP - Wada ran short of supplies & had to feed socks & trousers to dogs. brings letters from RNWHP on Herschel - breaks through ice on Yukon R. 166 Discovery Located: Back Of Herschel 29.04.08 Wada. Herschel Is •• Firth R •• High Cache Creek. Louis Carl Beyer. John G. Souther - Wada returns from Herschel & files for placer claim on High Cache Cr.; in names of Beyer & Souther he stakes 2 other claims - High Cache Cr. tributary of Firth R. close to Herschel Is. - Wada soaks clothes in whale oil to feed dogs on'return trip 167 Terrific Conflict: Rifle Unreliable 01.05.08 Wada. Eskimo. polar bear. Nigakuse - Wada relates fight between Nigakuse (Eskimo) and a polar bear Page 4S - rifle failed to fire & another Eskimo shoots bear to save man's life 168 Cup Held By J. Wada. Is Fifty-Mile Man 06.05.08 Wada, Mr. Longboat, marathon, Nome, Martin, AlIen, McCarty, Huber - Wada wins long distance race in Nome after defeating all others 169 To Hit It Again. Long Journey Now 12.05.08 Wada, St. Michael. Nome. Herschel Is •• Andreafaski. natives, whales, gold, mining, Kobuk. Fairbanks, Amundsen. Funston - Wada to head to mouth of Yukon to catch whalers -will head to Herschel & then to gold claim following routes taken by Amundsen & Funston 170 For The Miners: Wada Makes Plans 14.05.08 Wada, mining. Herschel Is., Senkler, commissioner, Fitzgerald - Wada unable to record assessment work unless he travels to Dawson - problem alleviated by making Fitzgerald commissioner & recorder at Herschel 171 Wada Is On Yukon: Plan For Journey 19.05.08 Wada, whaling, St. Michael, birthplace, supplies, Herschel Is., Fitzgerald - Wada bound for St. Michael & whaling ships to take him to Herschel with mail for Fitzgerald - description of Wada, birthplace & background given in article 172 Say Wada Is To Go Up Porcupine 04.06.08 Page 46 Wada. Sambo Lawderback. Circle. August Toeliner. Porcupine, Mackenzie - Wada heads to Arctic by way of Porcupine - letter from Lawderback at Circle says he & Toeliner up Porcupine to Mackenzie 173 Close To A Finish: Blinded For Days 15.06.08 Wada, Herschel Is •• Cadzow. Rampart House, natives. dogs, Huskies Eskimos. Crow R •• blind, clothes. whale oil - Cadzow writes from Rampart of close call for Wada - Wada failed to heed advice of natives. gets lost. finds way again with help of Huskie Eskimos to Herschel - on heading to Rampart House Wada goes snow blind. dogs lead the way & save his life - feeds dogs on clothing dipped in whale oil 174 Wada The Jap At Fairbanks 12.01.09 Wada, marathon - Wada to compete in marathon at Nome 175 Jujiro Wada Is Defeated 02.02.09 Wada. marathon. Demara, Tanana. prize Wada defeated in race by Nick Demara to determine Tanana rep. for Alaska-Yukon - prize was $1,000.00 176 Wada For The Pole- Is Getting Ready 10.09.09 Wada. mushing. dogs. Northwest Passage - Wada plans overland trip mushing through Northwest Passage with only a team of dogs for companions Page 47 177 Wada Is For Cook: Move On Ice Pack 18.10.09 Wada. exploration. Peary. Cook. Mount McKinley. Navach. Whiteside. Bear. Tuttle. Jeanie. Mason. ice. pack. ArkcheelukR •• Eskimos - Cook & Peary expeditions dispute each other's claim of finding North Pole - Cook also claims to have climbed Mt. McKinley - Wada sides with Peary as no trace of Cook at pole & tells story of Navach moving in pack ice for months after being abandoned - also tells story of seal hunt & being stranded on floating ice pack which moved 60 mi. from shore in a matter of hours - Cook corrects temp. calculation of -117 degrees Fahrenheit 178 No Wind Can Blowl Mushed At Eighty 22.09.09 Wada. Cook. weather. Firth R •• Horseshoe Is •• Eskimos. death. Pt. Barrow. Buford Bay. Newport. Tangent Point. clothing - Wada needs proof of Dr. Frederick A. Cook's claim of temp. at -117 degrees below zero Fahrenheit - relates time he was on Horseshoe Is. with one Eskimo who froze to death & temp. was -85 degrees Fahrenheit - reaches Pt. Barrow & shipped on the Newport. face was frost­ bitten even though he had several layers of traditional Eskimo clothing on 179 Wada Is Hitting The Trail. Gives A Talk On The Arctic 01.02.10 Wada. Seward. Iditarod. gold. prospectors. Richardson. Goodwin. Lost Cabin Mine. Koyukuk R. - Wada to take Seward Trail to Iditarod goldfields - Richardson against route - Goodwin favours route - Wada intends to search for Lost Cabin Mine when he heads for Arctic 180 Wada On The New District,·Musher Again Has A Snap 28.02.10 Wada. Seward Trail. Iditarod. gold, Otter Cr., Willow Cr •• Bonanza Cr •• weather Page 48 - Wada reports Iditar.od diggings not as good as believed - creeks have not panned out any pay dirt - blizzards & -60 below weather 181 Jujiro Wada Again Has The Gang Guessing: Hails From The Coast 25.03.12 Wada. Good News Bay. Seward. gold. strike. Fairbanks. Nushagak. Cotter. Butte Cr •• Gabrielson. Mills. Heraldson. Sharp. Stratton. Kobuk - Wada writes Cotter about gold at Good News Bay - mention that Wada first to bring news of strike at Fairbanks - pay dirt looks good on Butte Cr. - names prospectors who have made money in Bay district 182 Wada Tells Of The Country To The West: Back To Fairbanks City 08.07.12 Wada. Pedro. gold. prospectors. Sullivan. marathon. Good News Bay Kuskokwim. Aniak R •• Tulasak R •• Baird. Bear Cr •• Marble Cr. - Wad a returns to Fairbanks where 10 yr. ago Felix Pedro struck gold - mentions 1909 when Sullivan beat Wada in marathon - Wada hears of strilte on Aniak R. & Bear Cr. in Tulasak & Kuskokwim districts - Jack Baird goes with Wada to test on Bear Cr. & come out with a bag of nuggets worth $10.00 ea. - Wada suggests Marble Cr. looks good 183 Jap Wad a Is On The Track Of A Murderers Is Now In The Iditarod 17 .04.12 Wada. crime. Kuskokwim. AlIen. murder. Crane. natives. Kelday - Wada on the trail of alleged murderer Crane who is suspected of having killed Alex AlIen & 2 partners 2 yr. ago - Marshall Kelday leads investigation 184 Wada Forms A Company With A Millionl Is Going In For Mines 11.01.13 Wada. Mariposa. Tulyltsak. Kuskokwim, Seward, Iditarod, Cotter. Page 49 tobasco. McIlhenny. Haird. gold. prospectors. Bear Cr. - Wada gets financial backing from American tobasco king. F.A. McIlhenny - Jack Baird is other partner - head into Tulyksak district to Bear Cr. to dig for gold 185 Wada On New Chase After The Goldl Going Down The Mackenzie 02.10.19 Thompson. Wada. Ft. McMurray. Mackenzie R •• Herschel Is. - Dr. Alfred Thompson tells of Wada's return to the Arctic coast to search for gold 186 Newsy Letter Is Secured From Fort Macphersonz No Food For Stampeders 18.03.13 McPherson. Peel R •• HBCo •• Stringer. Conroy. Cunningham. Babrant. Card. Campbell. Darling. Lucas. Mills. Eskimos. natives. whalers. White Pass Co •• Fry. Beyts. RNWMP. Herschel Is •• Young. Leffingwell. Stefansson. Anderson. game. Dempster. Firth. Stein. Phillips. Whittaker. captains. missionaries. ships, - HBCo. transport arrives at McPherson with many well-known people; natives & Eskimos in the thousands greet Stringer, - Fry to head to Lambert Is., Young to Herschel Is. - mentions ships, captains & explorers & where each is wintering - many HBCo. agents named - mention of whalers & number of whales caught - trapping good. but fishing poor for natives - Dawson patrol mentioned; Whittaker outside on sabbatical 187 Expedition Is Discoverer of Copper Depositl Tells Of The Arctic Trip 22.09.16 Stefansson. Anderson, expedition. natives, copper. Coppermine R •• Great Bear, Polar Bear, Council Point. Union Strait, Pt. Harold. Prince Albert Land. Jenness. anthropologist. artifac::ts. Herschel Is •• O'Neill, geologist. Cox. topographer. Watkins. moving , picture technician - article details Anderson's expedition & the discovery of vast copper deposits ' - Jenness collects 40 cases of artifacts from natives, many items formed out of raw native copper Page 50 - passing mention of Stefansson - Anderson & co. to go to Ottawa 188 May Connect Yukon By Air In Short Timel Trip In Made 36 Hours 05.01.19 Ottawa, game, RNWMP, air patrol, R-34, Herschel Is., forts, railway discussions in Ottawa re procuring wild musk ox, buffalo, reindeer & other wild game as another source of national food supply - proposals in Ottawa re air service to the North - round trip Edmonton/Dawson/Edmonton 36 hours - police favour planes for making patrols - railway proposal squashed by senate 189 Stefansson Is Against Concrete Huts For Eskimos 06.03.20 modernization, igloos, Stefansson, Fisheries, Pribilof Is., natives, Eskimos, National Geographic Society, sanitation, disease, death - Stefansson argues against building permanent dwelling for Eskimos - states igloos temporary, newly built every 2-3 wk., therefore clean & sanitary contrary to permanent concrete dwellings - states that where natives have moved to white man's dwellings pneumonia, typhoid & disease follow & death rate increases 190 Trace Found To Long Lost Klondiker: Missing Since Year 1910 06.11.17 Darrell, Stringer, Anderson R., inscription, natives, Firth, Kitigajuit, Cape Bathurst, Rosie H., Wolfe, Olaf, cache, Phillips HBCo., McPherson - Stringer sees no mystery in tree inscription by missing Hubert Darrell - inscription found by Eskimos camped further down Anderson R. - Darrell went to Cape Bathurst & Rosie H. for supplies & planned on heading to Mackenzie R. - in 1916 natives find remains of Darrell's cache on Husky Lakes - Darrell's body not found 191 Owners Are Getting Ready For ArctiCI Lane May Accompany Him 13.06.14 Page 51 Swenson, Belvedere, Herschel Is., Lane, Polar Bear, Pederson, Elvira. shipwreck - Swenson will go to Arctic·to rescue Belvedere off Herschel - Lane & Polar Bear may accompany - mention of Pederson & Elvira shipwrecked in ice packs loosing entire cargo of furs valued at $18.000.00 - all provisions from Elvira transferred to Polar Bear 192 Long Trip In The Arctic By Cheechaco: Dangers and Hardships 09.01.17 Dawson. trader. Northern Trading Co •• Borden. Lane. Great Bear. Herschel Is •• Ft. Smith. Great Slave Lk •• Fairweather. HBCo •• Herman (spelled Herrmann in this article). Banks Land. Stefansson Pt. Barrow. Wrangell Is •• HeroldIs. - Claire W. Dawson teams up with millionaire Border & Capt. Lane to buy furs & to join these two at Herschel - mix-up with cargo boats at Gr. Slave Lk. & has no news of the wreck of the Great Bear - travels to Herschel. signs on as crew member of Herman. goes whaling. meets Stefansson & back home by way of Wrangell Is. 193 Arctic Craft Is Frozen In For Winters Hunters Are On Board 02.10.13 Polar Bear. Flaxman Is •• Canning R. - Polar Bear frozen in for winter at mouth of Canning R. - large hunting party & moving picture men on board 194 Varicle May Go To Herschel Island 18.11.05 Varicle. expedition. Herschel Is •• whalers. Tuttle. Bear. Macdonald. Warrington. Peary. Yukon Polar Institute. police. patrol - Dr. Anthony Varicle raising funds to go to rescue of whalers trapped in ice - hopes to test his own plans & equipment under polar conditions - police patrol off to Herschel 195 Gold On The Arctic Coast 31.08.08 Page 52 Wiseman. O'Donald. Koyukuk. Chandlar R •• Boyle - Wiseman & O'Donald made trip down Koyukuk 2 yr. prior - predicts the day when lots of gold will be found in region - Boyle makes strike on the divide. takes out much gold 196 To Make Long Trip: Plucky Adventure 13.02.05 Braine. Hash. trading. Ft. Hope. police. patrol. natives. Lansing Cr •• Stewart R •• Mayo - Braine of Hash & Braine Trading Co. to go to Ft. Hope trading with natives for furs - longest private venture undertaken - Hash & Braine blazed trail from Mayo Lk. to Lansing Cr. 197 Ho Gold On Arctic, Fails In Mission 25.01.05 Kotzebue. Webster. Herschel Is •• prospecting. whalers. Carter. Graber. Cooper. Carlo Dunckin. Thompson. mail. Pt. Barrow. Pt. Hope. Karluk. HcGregor - Webster returns from Herschel stating no need for further gold exploration - mentions other prospectors wintering in north - states whalers unfriendly to miners. sabotaging supplies - Karluk & Capt. McGregor only whaler wintering at Herschel 198 Footprints Of Giant Race Of Ages Past In Yukon 06.07.17 paleo. footprints. fossil. Anderson. Lake Laberge - footprints of prehistoric man found on shores of Lk. Laberge by Dawson man - Prof. G. Anderson says man was giant - footprints measure 15 - 25 inches in length & set in sandstone 199 Lid Of The Original Jug Is Loeateds Has The Boys Guessing 09.02.16 Melver. Thompson. Stewart. Pelly. paleo. pottery. stone tool. White Page 53 - McIver brings news of disc-shaped stone found by Thompson between Stewart & Pelly R. - looks like adobe pottery - McIver believes it fell off Noah's Ark - artifact sent to Stroller White for expert analysis 200 Dawson Prospector Says He Has Found Ancient Mammoth 22.07.15 paleo. mastodon. mammoth. fossil. Fox. Yukon R •• Brooks. geologist. Cairnes - Fox finds fossil in Yukon R. bank - believes it to be mammoth tusk -Brooks & Cairnes. both geologists, will examine find 201 Camel Bones Found In The Territory 18.07.13 camel. paleo. fossil. Smithsonian Institution. land bridge, Amory. Old Crow R •• United States Alaskan Museum - Smithsonian announces discovery of camel bones on Old Crow R •• Yukon by Copley Amory working for U.S. Alaskan Museum - supports theory of land bridge • mild climate at earlier time 202 Strange Specimen I May Be Meteorite 09.06.09 meteorite. Dawson. Henderson, Kost. McConnell. Big Skookum Gulch Page 65 - singular weighty substance is found at Big Skookum Gulch - weighs 1/3 more than volume of steel. weighs 35 lb. - McConnell of Dominion services anxious to secure it 203 Sees Ark In Arctic I Details Are Told 09.05.08 natives. ark, fort, Russian. Chandlar R •• Brown. Campbell - musher. arrives from near Chandlar R. • tells of craft - may have been floating Russian fort - structure 12 -14 ft. high & 100 yd. long Page 54 - Campbell added to alarm of natives by pulling stilt walking stunt 204 Uncovered Mastodon 02.03.07 paleo. mastodon. fossil. Alice Cr •• Lohberunner. Circle - Lohberunner works 3 months a digs 80 ft. to uncover bones - bones weight approx. 1.000 lb. a found at Alice Creek - bones stored at Circle City before being transported toSeattle in spring 205 CUriosity Found Out On Sulphur 20.09.06 arrowhead. paleo. Numan. Chilcat. Stikine - mine owner. Numan. uncovers ancient copper arrowhead - arrowhead 1 and 1/2 inches long. made of pure native copper 206 Mummy Of North: Past Ages Echo 06.06.06 paleo. fossil. mummy. Teck. Biles - perserved corpse found in Alaska by Teck a Biles - natives have told of mummies in region a native elders tell of strange tales 207 Stone Implement found In Klondike 15.05.06 paleo. stone tool. Grassman - Grassman uncoverS double-bitted stone axe while digging in garden - matches one found in Arizona - axe weighs about 4 lb. 208 Alaskan Mummies: Guarded By Indians 28.08.04 Page SS mummies. fossil. Prince William Sound - prospectors explore cave & find bodies laid away in niches of cave - lady brings up matter of valuing mummy at $2.000.00 - cave guarded by natives & wouldn't allow whites to enter 209 Examine Mastodon: Details Are Given 28.03.04 mastodon. fossil. Quartz Creek - mastodon found at Quartz Cr. - only skull. 2 teeth & 2 ribs in place - evident remains of small specimen M last half of article illegible 210 Complete Mastodon 14.03.04 mastodon. paleo. fossil. levy. Quartz Cr •• Peterson.Porter. Siberia. scientists . - complete specimen of mastodon found at Quartz Cr. - skin attached. but body badly decomposed - one other complete specimen ever found in the world·(Siberia) 211 NO TITLE 11.03.04 mastodon. paleo. fossil. Foster. Quartz Creek. Swanson. Pearson - remains of mastodon to be taken to World Fair in St. Louis - skeleton found in kneeling position; five foot skull - thawed gravel with steam to prevent damage 212 Mammoth Bones Found In Klondike Gravels 11.09.03 mammoth. paleo. Yukon. Klondike - mammoth bones found in Klondike goldfields - remainder of article talks about agriculture in the Yukon M first half of article about mammoth bones illegible Page 56 213 Skull Found On Gold Run 12.08.03 paleo. horse. skull. fossil. Bannerman. Stanford University. scientists - skull of small sized mare found by Bannerman - skull 26 in. long; 10 and 1/2 in. in depth - scientists estimate skull 500 yr. old 214 NO TITLE 04.08.03 mastodon. paleo. fossil - entire article is a poem about a mastodon and picture of one - poem has no author 215 Strange Discovery: Lying Among Bones 25.06.03 arrowhead. paleo. native. Mosier. Rutledge - copperhead arrow found at claim owned by Mosier - Rutledge owns number of bones from vicinity - origin of metal believed to be from Yukon & Alaskan natives 216 Russian Monuments Are Discovered 14.08.02 Russian. paleo. Rainy Hollow. Takkenna R •• Emmons. Boundary House - Emmons returns from investigation of destruction of Russian monuments - Emmons finds old "Boundary House" - Emmons will go to Bennett to procure more evidence - one monument discovered at Rainy Hollow, other at Takkenna R. 217 Huge Prehistoric Jaw Bone Found 29.03.01 paleo. bones, fossils. Johnson - remains of unknown animal discovered on Quartz Cr. M more than 1/2 of article illegible 218 Strange Find On Dominion: Animal Perfectly Preserved 29.03.01 Page 57 paleo. moose. fossils. Veronica Cr •• Gorbracht. Kendall. museum - moose found with flesh. hide. horns intact - Gorbracht & Kendall made discovery while sinking prospecting hole - carcass taken to St. Petersburg. hide to British Museum 219 More Fossil Remainss Musk Ox Found Buried On American Gulch 11.01.00 musk ox. bison. paleo. fossil. Boris - skeleton found by. Boris in good condition - Johnson to operate steam thawer 220 Ancient Coin Founds A Puzzle To Students 28.08.00 paleo. coins. Big Skookum Gulch. Nicodet - coin found by Nicodet on Big Skookum Gulch - both side covered with hieroglyphics 221 Indian Shell Found On Dome NO DATE paleo. skull. native,. Piper. RNWMP. museum - Piper of the RNWMP discovered skull on top of the Dome in Dawson - skull yellow with age and lying there for years - skull to be put in police museum 222 Specimen Brought To City 06.06.10 Page 58 meteorite, Fox, Hint Gulch - Fox of Mint Gulch find meteorite - measures 6 inches long, 5 inches wide & weighs 6 lb. 223 Thinks He Has Found New Race: They Are Similar To Scandinavians 16.09.11 Stefansson, native, exploration, Victoria Land, Anderson, Langton Bay. Herschel Is. - Stefansson reported to have located whites in North - strange men said to live in region north of Hudson Bay - may be descendants of Franklin's men who mysteriously disappeared - Stefansson to leave Langton Bay with dogs & Eskimos - Anderson ill with pneumonia, sent back to Herschel Is. 224 Novel Customs Of Canadian Eskimos 06.07.11 Herschel Is., natives, RNWMP, Jenning - annual RNWMP report on Canadian Eskimos living on Herschel Is. - girls mature early, marry at 15. do cooking & housekeeping - cleanliness mentioned - bathe once a week, clean clothes on Sunday, Eskimos fond of football 225 New Tribe Is Found: Afraid Of Cannon 14.10.09 Mogg, natives, exploration, Prince Albert Land - Mogg has located new race of Eskimos on Prince Albert Land - have never seen white man - natives live on bear, seal, caribou, fowl - hunt with traditional bow. arrows & spears 226 Writes Of Wild Huskies Of The Arcticl Tells Of Their Traits 20.08.12 Coronation Gulf, Stefansson, Whittaker. Copper Eskimo, Fry, Bear Lake - Stefansson talks of strange tribe in Arctic Page 59 - Eskimo interpreter did not fully understand dialect spoken - introduction of firearms to these people may change them from sea to land oriented hunters - Copper Eskimo dialect similar to that of Greenland 227 Eskimo Words Figure In A New Song: Jingle Is A Good One NO DATE St_ringer. natives. missionaries, Whittaker. HcPherson Stringer receives interesting Eskimo work in verse - most of article contains the song the Eskimos wrote about the­ missions of the Mackenzie District and the translation of names le places 228 May Come To North: Is Near Montreal 27.07.08 Bompas. Dawson. Stringer. Carcross. Cody - Mrs. Bompas visiting in Montreal - she will visit Dawson in the summer as she wishes to see the dedication of the new church 229 Bronco Busting In The Arctic Circle NO DATE Rampart House. natives. Cadzow. cowboys - 150 to 200 horses taken into region - natives are astonished - Cadzow feeds 200 at Christmas feast 230 Forks Is Burned 11.07.11 fire. Grand Forks. shops - fire started in Queens Hotel. swept up creek destroying half the town - 2~0 men fight fire - pipe attached to Norman's flume and water shot downhill in stream Page 60 231 Stringer Nearly Starves: Reduced To Eat His Muckalucks And Moccasins As Last Resort 23.12.09 Stringer •. missionaries. Johnson. starvation •. natives - Stringer arrives at McPherson half starved - he & Johnson had lost 50 lb. - difficulty in making portage from HcPherson to head of Porcupine R. 232 Suggest Yukon Song Be Revived 01.02.17 song. Yukon. Colman. prize. Nugget - suggestion made that the song "Yukon. My Yukon" be revived - song written in 1902 by Mrs. Colman & won Nugget prize for best song - Nugget newspaper send out plea to the public for a copy of the song for reprinting 233 Words Of The Old Yukon Song "Yukona" 08.02.17 song. Yukon. Whitney - Whitney brings copy to light because of Yukoners participation in war - article goes on with words to song 234 Leviathan Is Sighted In Yukon River I May Be Deep Sea Whale 29.09.19 Dawson. Sixty Mile R •• Angus. Jack-a-da-lee, monster - Aquatic monster seen in stream above Dawson - various theories advanced. fishermen & hunters on guard - Angus describes creature 14 - 16 ft. in length - Jack-a-da-lee outfitted with special whaling equipment a anti- sea serpent gun - whale speared a brought ashore by natives Page 61 235 Bertrand's Grader 15.12.06 invention, grader, Bertrand - inventor Bertrand patents plans for new road grader -patents secured in both Canada & U.S. 236 Natives Are Being Corrupted 20.07.06 alcohol. natives. Herschel Is., whalers - government says natives on Herschel Is. are badly corrupted by alcohol from whalers 231 Will Visit Arctic Coast Of Yukon Territorys To Visit Point Barrow 03.04.18 Herschel Is., trading. Bender Bros •• Stefansson.Polar Bear. HBCo •• Ruby - schooner Bender Bros. to meet stefansson on Polar Bear - Bender Bros. hired by HBCo. to carry U.S. mail to Pt. Barrow - ship unable to deliver cargo due to ice & will wait until new year 238 Chief Isaacs Off To Forks 01.09.02 natives. Isaac. Moosehide - Chief Isaac off to Grand Forks for hunting season - passes through Dawson with several attendants carrying bags - chief wore one of his latest suits 239 Indians Reported On Warpath In The Pelly Regions Not Confirmed 15.12.02 natives. Pelly. fighting, Wood, Dawson, Cuthbert, Snyder. Mack, Selkirk Page 62 - report of Indian outbreaks received from police - 250 natives reported on warpath - killed one white man & wounded one - story circulated by Pelly natives to scare Selkirk natives out of hunting grounds - Pelly country covered with hunters & trappers 240 No News Of Indian Scare 16.12.02 natives. Pelly. fighting - no developments have occurred in the reported native outbreak on upper Pelly * rest of article missing 241 Indian Scare Result Of A Native's Wonderful Imagination 16.12.02 native. Pelly. fighting. Cuthbert. Johnston. Selkirk - reports of bloody uprising among Indians of Pelly - Cuthbert sent out patrols to assess matter - Johnston (Selkirk native) in custody as believed to be one of two who gave out report - Selkirk natives stated that no stores were burnt & no whites killed 242 Big Christmas Potlatch At Moosehidez Dances To Follow 26.12.02 natives. customs. Isaac. Moosehide. Wood - festive 6-day celebration to be held at Moosehide - large amount of supplies & clothes donated by Major Wood - Isaac ("The Great Sachem") receives many pairs of moccasins 243 Eighty-Five Indians Here 10.04.03 natives. trading. Isaac. Peel. Moosehide. Dawson. Northern Commercial Company (N.C. Co.) - 85 natives visit Dawson from Peel River - band had 12 tobbogans each loaded with 300-400 lb. of caribou Page 63 - large number entered N.C. Co. store and. purchased much flour & other staple commodities 244 Distinguished Visitor Here 21.04.03 natives. Isaac. Boss. Moosehide - Chief Boss to make state visit to Chief Isaac - Isaac's uncle makes statement to the newspaper 245 Big Time At Hoosehide 10.04.04 natives. customs. Moosehide. Isaac. potlatch - Chief Isaac's men & visiting braves have pow-wow over the spoils of the chase * rest of article illegible 246 Moosehide Gives Big PowWow 20.09.05 Stewart. natives. Isaac - natives come down from Stewart on raft carrying 4 large moose - Chief Isaac.shows them bests bargains in Dawson - Isaac makes statement to paper about white man & snow 247 Princess At Moosehide 03.11.05 natives. Isaac. Eliza - Isaac informs public that on Oct. 25. 1905 a daughter. Gladys Eliza was born to him 248 New Post Is Opened On The Porcupine I Sergt. Dempster Is Hurt 07.04.14 RNWMP. Dempster. Moodie. Doak. natives. injury Page 64 - routine patrol by Dempster. Doaks & native guides - Dempster falls & breaks ribs 249 Indian's Invasion 24.12.02 natives. trading. Mackenzie. Peel R •• Webb - 100 natives arrive from Mackenzie District with considerable quantities of moose & caribou - invasion a peaceful one, for trading only - Webb (white man) is taking natives around town acting as interpreter - Isaac threatens to sell whole Yukon Territory for $10.000.00 to people he met in San Francisco 250 Isaac Is Now Giving The Goods 01.08.06 natives. Isaac - Isaac considers having medicine men at Moosehide the reason for the rain which has blessed the Klondike & removed the drought - therefore he believes gov't should pay him $700.00 for nmaking the clouds weep" 251 Back To Earth. Indians On Hunt 30.11.06 natives. Isaac. Moosehide - Chief Isaac wins out & Moosehide maidens mush to the woods - women all left to rustle their own fuel while men on hunt - 10 yr. since Moosehide women mush the sleds 252 An Old Indian Legend. Dreaded By Moosehides NO 'DATE natives. Isaac. legend. Yukon Valley, Mahoney. skeleton - in battle with Isaac's people, the Mahoney's killed all men - used females for slaves - incident recalled by discovery of buried bodies by curiosity seekers Page 65 253 Braves Are Here, Many In The Party 22.11.05 natives. Peel. Northern Commercial Co •• Dawson. game. death - Peel natives arrive in Dawson with fresh game - money spent at N.C. Co. store - dog teams among finest ever seen - two natives died previous summer from cramps 254 Gaiety At Moosehidel Indians Are Happy 05.01.07 natives. Moosehide. festivities. Isaac. Adams. Walrond - New Year's & Christmas celebrations merged into one - numerous gifts for all sons of Chief Isaac 255 Joy In Moosehidel Big Time For All 03.01.06 natives. Isaac. Silas. Moosehide. potlatch. Adams. Walrond - Moosehide holds grand social dance & pot latch - Isaac presents candy canes to Silas - music by Adams & Walrond 256 Indians Get Backs Talks to Roosevelt 19.01.06 natives. Eagle. Hoosehide. Isaac - Chief Isaac reports on Eagle - Isaac & party of 25 return from festivities at Eagle - Eagle natives without chief - report on Eagle women's conditions 257 Visitors Spenderss Off For Villages 28.12.07 Peel. natives. trading - Peel natives visit Dawson for trading Page 66 - tobbogans heavy with goods for trip home - tobacco taken for women . 258 Santa At Moosehidel Had Very Big Load 03.01.08 natives. Santa. Moosehide. festivities. Stringer. Ciack. Bompas - Stringer gives out presents at Moosehide. although unable to get' there until New Years - Diack receives several Indians totems 1n remembrance of her services - donations received for building of church in honour of Bompas 259 Moosehide Loyalty: TO,ld By Stroller 25.02.08 Isaac. Moosehide. Stroller, Silas. McGowan - domestic problems in Isaac's family caused by HcGowan's influence on Isaac - while Isaac visiting San Franscico Silas takes over as chief - Isaac returns as man of the world with certain ideas for the elevation of his race 260 Indians To Have Big Dance 18.04.08 Silas, Eagle. festivities - Silas & Moosehide tribe to head to Eagle for party - taking all feathers. paints & musical instruments 261 Hiyu Pow-Wow At Moosehide 30.12.09 festivities. Moosehide. Isaac. liquor - Isaac reports on grand festivities - Isaac requests that no liquor be brought 262 Wants Dance Hall For nInjuns n 06.02.10 Isaac, Moosehide, government Page 67 - Isaac wants government to build a dance hall for his people .at Moosehide 263 Snow To Stay In Klondikel Isaac Has Given People Promise 07.10.10 Silas, weather - Silas predicts it will be a cold winter with lots of snow & hunting will be difficult - title of article mentions Isaac, but the actual article refers to Chief SHas 264 Moose Killed Near Moosehide 29.01.11 Moosehide, Jonas, Dawson - Jonas, Moosehide native, kills 2 moose just outside Dawson 265 Indians Get Away For The Trip Upriver 09.04.12 natives. White River * entire article illegible 266 Prince Of Old Moosehide Hits Trail Southward. And He Got On The Cars 30.09.13 Isaac. Stroller. Flaming Torch. illness. Chooulta - Flaming Torch. 8 yr. old son of Isaac. in hospital for lumps - Isaac sent him to Chooutla Indian School. but he didn't like the school & missed nature 267 Montezuma of Hoosehide Makes Fervent Appeal: Anxious To Celebrate 15.12.11 Isaac, Moosehide. natives - Isaac in desperate need of money - believes whites have stolen all his gold & game 268 Chief Is Back With Eagle Feather In Cap' Only One to Get Batch 23.01.13 Isaac, natives, Tanana - tsaac receives great honours from Tanana natives - many make speeches on his behalf - potlatch attended by 190 natives 269 Hoosehide To Have Grand Social Affair 05.02.13 Isaac, potlatch Page 68 - Isaac hosts grand dance & feast to make up for lost opportunity - all of Dawson invited to attend 270 First Duck Of The Season Has Reached Here 22.04.13 Isaac, Moosehide, ducks, visit - Chief Isaac tells the nDawson News n that ducks arriving mean the ice will go out soon - Chief to visit California 271 Indians Bring In Foxes From Peel Country 10.06.13 Peel, natives, trapping - 4 live cross foxes on display in boxes bring high prices for pelts 272 Peel Indians Make A Great Fox Killingl To Come To Dawson Soon NO DATE Peel. natives. trapping, Roland. Blackstone R., Hart R. Page 69 - Peel natives do well trapping 9 black foxes worth $400.00 to '3,OOO.OOl'pelt - last year Peels almost starved, this year game & trapping good 273 NO TITLE 11.09.13 natives, moose. caribou. sheep. photo - photo of natives selling wild game in Dawson 274 Indians In From The Far Blackstone 07.06.15 Alexis. Neal. natives. Blackstone R •• trapping. illness. caribou. patrol - Peel natives Peter Alexis & James Neal arrive in Dawson with 5 live foxes - one native reported to have recovered from mental derangement - game scarce. but shot 5 caribou - arrived with police patrol 275 Indians In From Head Of The Peel 05.05.15 natives. Vitrekaw. Rodney. Didymus. furs, trapping. Thomas, Peel, Martin - 3 Peel natives arrive with furs - Thomas. native. reported deranged & staying at Richard Martin's camp 276 Keep Busy In The Fur Trapping Game 09.06.15 natives. trapping. Northern Light, Carcros8 Page 70 - ftNorthern Lightft published at Carcross Indian School says natives doing okay despite depressed fur market 277 Moose Shot In Suburbs Of Dawson 19.07.15 moose. Totty. Moosehide. Isaac. Smith. natives - Mrs. Totty. wife of missionary at Moosehide. sees moose - shot by Sam Smith. Chief Isaac says band will have a big feast 278 Back From A Long Trip Up Pelly River: Indians Have Big Hop 09.07.15 Hazel B •• Ross R •• Selkirk. Pelly R •• Hastie. Oillis. McMillan R. Smith. Morrison, Henderson. Klondike. Corning. Johnson. Bradvik. Lansing. Moseman. dance. native. Kluhane - the Hazel B. goes to Ross R. post. stops at Selkirk on way up Pelly R. with side trip up the McMillan - Henderson. discoverer of the Klondike. on board to prospect in Ross region - trader Kluhane heading to Ross R. - natives hold dances in Ross in honour of the visit * remainder of article cut off 279 NO TITLE 17.08.14 natives. crafts. photo - photo of native women selling traditional baskets 280 NO TITLE 17.08.14 Isaac. son. photo - photo of Chief Isaac a son (no name given) - boy wears traditional clothing Page 71 281 Indian Life In Yukon Territory 17.08.15 ethnography, natives, customs, hunting, gambling, crafts, Carcross, mission school, trade, superstition, medicine, Field - a 2-page article on native life in the Yukon by Arthur C. Field - a rather simplified & ethnocentric viewpoint M article difficult to read because of poor photocopy quality 282 Chief Wants Caribou - Says "Take My Gold" 04.11.15 Isaac, Moosehide, Glacier Trail, caribou, gold - Isaac angry at white men shooting 3,000 caribou while his people only shot 70 - says white men can dig for gold, but leave the caribou for' Indians 283 Moosehide Has A Very Merry Xmas Season 30.12.15 natives. Moosehide, Wood, Isaac, festivities. Silas, Suttles - natives at Moosehide have festive holiday - Isaac's brother hosts potlatch. Chief Silas does honours - Jack Suttles plays banjo & .fiddle 284 Moosehides Have Great BarbequelAll Eaten At One Meal 09.06.17 natives. Moosehide, Isaac, Harper, HBCo., Ladue, McQuesten, law - native Henry Harper shoots moose & all enjoy feast - Isaac talks about high that came with HBCo. & traders - talks about laws applied to white men should not apply to natives. although Isaac has been instrumental in helping police to maintain law & order in Moosehide village 285 Strange Sheep Shot In The Peel C~untrYI Body Like A Caribou NO DATE Page 72 Peel R •• natives. game. Martin. Hart R •• sheep - Peel R. natives arrive with loads of game for sale - John Martin shoots unusual sheep on Hart R. a "brought to Dawson for display 286 Peels Get Away For Long Tramp Home 30.12.19 natives. Peel, Moosehide, Hunter Alfred Hunter tells how he entertained Peel natives in Moosehide before they returned to Hart R. district 287 War Dance Tonite By Moosehides 02.01.20 dance. Isaac, Silas, Johnson, salmon, Wilson - traditional clothing to be worn in ceremonial war dance - whites to attend - Isaac steps down as head pot latch man a Chief Silas elected 288 Moosehide Long On Caribou - Shy On Salmon: Sam On The Situation 27.09.19 Smith. Moosehide, moose, Wood, food, salmon, St. Michael - Sam Smith talks about food shortage in Moosehide as no salmon running in Dawson. although running at St. Michael - also talks about high price of store food; people a dogs starving 289 Indian Rights Discussed By Synods Resolutions Adopted 20.07.15 synod. Anglican. Payson. natives, fishing. marriage. registration Northwest Territories. Davies. Stringer, Black, Lee, Maltby, Hickling. Thomas, Downer. McLean. Hawksley. Canham - Payson addresses issue of native fishing rights - if not allowed to sell fish it will mean eventual starvation - native marriages addressed. synod believes all should be registered with Vital Statistics - especially believe in registration of white/native marriages so white males are made responsible for financial care a support Page 73 of their native wives & offspring lists people present & Canham leaves after 30 yr. service 290 Yukoner Recalled: History Now Told 08.05.08 Canham p missionary. Selkirk. Tanana. natives. Comyn-Ching. Rowe. O'Meara. Provost. Salchaket. Chena - Tanana natives say Canham the first white man to be seen - Rev. Comyn-Ching & O'Mearaordained in Dawson - Bishop Rowe comes to Alaska - natives remember Mr. Provost. missionary to Tanana 291 Eskimos Dancing: Old Superstition 27.05.08 Eskimos. dance - description of the Death Dance performed by Eskimo Pioneers of the North - song contained in article 292 Indians At Churchz Interesting Work 18.11.07 church. natives. Peel R •• Stringer. Kunizzi. McDonald. Takudh. missionaries. Comyn-Ching - St. Paul's Cathedral is scene for native communion headed by Stringer & native lay preacher Joseph Kunizzi - mention of McDonald's work in translation of Bible - Comyn-Ching says the turn-out is evidence of good work by missions . 293 News Of Ramparts Good Pay Struck 22.03.05 Stuck. missionaries. natives. epidemic. illness. diptheria. Kobuk. Koyukuk. Ft. Yukon. Coldfoot. Nolan Cr •• Bettles. Dall R •• Ft. Mamlin - Stuck worried about natives & recurrence of last year's epidemic - Kobuk natives infiltrating traditional Koyukuk territory Page 74 - Stuck holds first servies ever for natives on the Koyukuk * last part of article missing 294 The Origin Of Man: Eden In The Arctic 23.08.05 natives, legend, Eskimo, Driggs, Pt. Hope, origin, boats, oomiaks - Dr. John P. Driggs writes book about Eskimo folklore - Eskimos tell origin of man began with woman a bubble gum - other folklore about game that once existed in the North when climate warmer a oomiaks atop mountains 295 Will Visit River Indians NO DATE Hawksley, natives, missionaries, Rowe, Bompas, Bailey, Buxton, Fortymile, mission - Hawksley to visit Alaska missions with blessing of Rowe a Bompas - Hawksley expert on native dialects 296 Potlatch Is Held: Elaborate Service 28.12.05 Hoosehide, natives, Hawksley, potlatch, Silas, Isaac, HcDonald, Takudh - service held at Hoosehide, Hawksley presides - potlatch held at Chief Silas' as Isaac's son ill - mention of HcDonald a his Takudh Bible translations 297 Yukoner Recalled: Noted Northerner 29.12.05 natives, Peel R., game, crafts, McDonald, Amos, Joseph, Houle, Whymper, Ft. Yukon, McDougall, HBCo., Kohl a Co., Tanana, Yukon, N.ulato, Malamoote, Niukiayaket, Lapierre House, Rampart House, Klondike (Thron Duik), Henderson, Cormack (sic), Gold Bottom Cr., Hunker Cr., Reeve - entire story is a feature on Archdeacon HcDonald translator of the Bible into Takudh language Page 75 - called "Apostle of the North" - article is about his life a mission work among the natives of the North 298 CJo~ng Ba~k To The Land Of Her People: Hopes To Beat H.C. of L. 26.08.19 McDonald, native, Peel R. Mrs. McDonald, widow of Archdeacon, to make 100 mi. trek overland from Dawson to return to her own people on the Peel R. 299 Thinks He Is The Real Messiah: Natives In Uprising 07.05.15 messiah, Stringer. Skagway, Alaskan. Phillips. Klukwan. Dalton Post - stranger report brought to Stringer as reported in the Skagway "Alaskan" by Henry Phillips of Klukwan that native proclaims to have rise~ from the dead a is therefore the new messiah - apparently has a number of followers 300 Society At Moosehide Is Keeping Up Pace 29.12.19 Moosehide. Silas. natives. feast - Chief Silas hosts feast for Dawsonites 301 Indians' Fine War Record Is Recited: Loyal To Great Britain 10.03.19 natives, war, Eskimos. contribution. Metlakatlas, . Red Cross, West Coast Agency, Head of the Lake Band, Okanagan. Campbell, Herschel Is., Porcupine R •• Ft. Yukon, salmon, Kamloops, Kootenay, Lytton - article mentions that 25X of natives in Canada joined military - mentions the monetary contributions by various bands to the war effort - John Campbell travels from Herschel Is. to enlist - salmon runs are failure, but natives do well on sales Page 76 302 Yukon Native Is Ordained As Preacher: Impressive Service Held 29.07.18 Kendi. Stringer. Moosehide. Williams. Mayo. Njootli. Rampart House. Porcupine. natives - Stringer ordains Julius Kendi as reverend to continue work in Mayo - Kendi presented by Rev. W. Williams - Rev. Amos Njootli of Rampart mentioned 303 Indians Help Maintain Local Church 29.01.18 natives. missionaries. Bompas. Totty - natives contribute considerable sums to maintain Bishop Bompas Memorial Church as well as other missions - report by Rev. B. Totty 304 Aid Needed Says Cadzow At Far Points 30.06.17 Cadzow. Rampart House. medical. natives. death. Carcross. mission school. Njootli. Stringer, Stuck, Tidd, Porcupine, prospectors - Cadzow urges medical training for students at Carcross Indian School - 19 natives died in Rampart district for basic lack of funda- mental health care - Njootli's daughter dies for this reason - Stringer & Stuck go to Rampart - Tidd goes to Ft. Yukon - many prospectors expected this season in Porcupine area 305 Indian Kills Himself At Rampart House 02.08.16 SuI, suicide, Rampart, native - Felix SuI (Black Fox John) shot himself twice in the head & dies as a result Page 77 306 Was Unique In Life Of The Yukon- Strange Characteric 09.08.16 Skookum .Jim, Carmack, Klondike. death. Bompas. Reid, Carcross. Tagish, Liard. Tenakee Hot Springs. Whitehorse • .James Mason - memorial to Skookum .Jim who died one month ago - relates info about the Klondike strike with Carmacks. spending his money down south - Bompas & Reid help him when he returns to Carcross to manage the remainder of his money - goes prospecting on Liard R. near Atlin, gets sick & never recovers - Bompas says his real name is .JamesMason 301 Epidemic Of Measles In South Yukon 29.09.16 natives. disease. Whitehorse. McIntosh, Whitehorse Billy. Burns. Baker. Star - Star reports epidemic of measles north of Whitehorse - McIntosh & Whitehorse Billy die of complications brought on by measles - Burns & 2 children in critical condition 308 Two Old Time Indians Are Laid To Rest 30.09.16 natives. Bompas. Moosehide. elders • .Joe, Elizabeth, Blackstone R •• Eagle. Fortymile. Seguin. Fay - two natives are laid to rest in small cemetary overlooking Moosehide Cr. - both well known by late Bishop Bompas - Elizabeth from Blackstone R. & .Joe from Eagle & Fortymile - flowers by the Seguins & Fays 309 Brought In In Destitute Condition 22.01.11 natives, police. Twelvemile. Dawson. Wind R •• Moosehide. patrol, RNWMP. Hutchinson - native woman joinsRNWMP patrol on their way to McPherson - Hutchinson sends dog team from Dawson to pick her up & take her to Moosehide Page 78 - woman says she was trying to get to old home on Wind R. 310 Old Yukon Chief Crosses Long Trail 30.04.15 natives, Selkirk, Jackson, Isaac, Moosehide, Tanana - Isaac receives telegram that Chief Jackson of Selkirk Band has died at 60 yr. of age - Isaac pronounces eloquent eulogy at funeral 311 Two Indians Victims Of White Plague 03.02.13 natives, disease. Simons. Moosehide. Martha. Totty. Fortymile - two natives die of tuberculosis. Simons of Moosehide & crippled girl at Fortymile are victims - Totty to conduct funeral 312 Native Victim Of White Plague At Moosehide 09.03.13 natives. disease. Black. Stringer, Hawksley. Simons - 21-year old Eva Simons. a native of Moosehide dies of tuber­ culosis - many more said to be affected - Stringer & Hawksley trying to get gov't to help fight disease 313 Bishop Stringer To Talk To The Natives: Will Paint The Dangers 30.04.13 natives, disease, Stringer, Moosehide - Stringer to give first of illustrated lectures on disease & tuberculosis at Moosehide - many deaths occur among Yukon natives - Stringer plans to continue campaigning on natives behalf Page 79 314 Moosehide Puts Dawson To Shame On The Clean-up 03.05.13 natives. disease. sanitation. Stringer. Totty - Stringer mushes to Moosehide to give lecture on sanitation & finds natives have cleaned house & puts Dawson sanitation to shame - Totty will continue to monitor & give advice 315 Indian Dies On Trail On The Klondike 14.11.13 natives. disease. McCloud. Moosehide. Hawksley - John McCloud. 25 yr. old. dies on Klondike R. while enroute to Dawson for medical attention. had tuberculosis - Hawksley examined the body to determine cause of death 316 Eats Caribou Blanket To Save Lifel Rivals Bishop Stringer 16.05.18. natives. Rampart. Njootli. Dawson. Cadzow.Porcupine R •• Tidd. Rahart. Edson. starvation. Crow Lake. Asitachinyoo. Kassie. Billy Joe - letter from Jacob Njootli at Rampart tells of natives starving for lack of game in Porcupine District - Rahart & James Edson died of starvation - one native eats caribou hide for 10 days before getting family to Rampart - Ben Kassie & .family found by Tidd on trail to Rampart in starved condition 317 Indian Cop Is On Job At Moosehide 08.05.12 natives. Dawson; police, measles - native sworn in as special police officer to guard native quarantines down with measles - effort made to keep natives out of Dawson Page 80 318 Indians Find Interest In A Quarantine Sign 25.04.12 Dawson. natives. measles. quarantine. Barnes - natives. unable to read. approach quarantined house with "Measles" posted on door - worry expressed about spreading the disease to the more susceptible natives. many have had whole tribes wiped out in the past - Mrs. Barnes takes care of quarantines in Dawson - 6 or 7 cases reported in Dawson in past week 319 Regulations Posted On Porcupine 26.08.11 natives. measles. Rampart. smallpox. vaccine. Birchler. Sarah. Riggs. Smith - strict quarantine regulations adopted at Rampart due to smallpox epidemic on the Porcupine - regulations listed in article brought by Birchler of the Sarah - vaccinations be made - Gilbert Smith is Territorial Health Officer who signed regulat- ions - Riggs assures Dept. of Commerce & Labor in Ft. Yukon that regulations are being adhered to 320 Supplies For The Indians 26.08.11 natives. disease. materials. Cadzow. hospital. smallpox. Smith. Huskies - nurses. carpenters. medicine & materials sent to Porcupine to assist in care of natives with smallpox - hospital for 40 patients to be built - Cadzow says there are now 60 cases. one death - Dr. Smith & Cadzow going after Huskie natives suspected of being infected 321 More Cases On The Porcupine 05.09.11 Page 81 natives. disease. smallpox. Rampart. Wilson. Circle. Ft. Yukon. nurses. Garfield. Edwards - 36 cases of smallpox. all victims are natives; 40 more natives held in quarantine - C. Garfield of American customs sends for Dr. Edwards & allows no passengers between Circle & Ft. Yukon - Wilson is commissioner at Circle 322 Many Are Down With Disease On Porcupinez Boats May Not Get There 19.09.11 natives. disease. smallpox. Rampart. Wilson. death - Wilson receives telegram. reports situation on smallpox still aggrevated - supplies may not make it to Rampart House - 66 cases of disease & one death of a 3-week old baby reported 323 Situation On Porcupine Is Gradually Growing Worse 22.09.11 Rampart. Wilson. Cadzow. Stinger. quarantine. NCCo •• Njootli. death - Wilson receives wire that smallpox cases on Porcupine have risen to 70. one death - Cadzow sends letter to Mrs. Stringer on his condition - supplies for hospital have still not arrived from NCCo. - all smallpox confined to Rampart & adjacent island - Amos Njootli's family all have smallpox. except Amos 324 Riggs Brings News Of Work In The Porcupine Country 04.11.11 natives. disease. smallpox. Rampart. Riggs. hospital. Pope. Smith Ft. Yukon. Craig. Lee. Fyfe. Gilmore. Nelles.White R. - Riggs. Craig • Pope members of American • Canadian boundary survey crew - natives with smallpox quarantined to island on Porcupine - Nurse Lee. Dr. Smith. Cpl. Fyfe arrive at Rampart - temporary hospital built for 100 patients Page 82 32S Hootch And Disease Killing The Natives 10.02.11 alcohol, disease, natives, Tanana, death, Stuck, tuberculosis, disease, Koyukuk, Amundsen, ethnologists, Norton Sound, Farthing, Nenana, Lake Minchumine, Iditarod, Ft. Yukon - Stuck says Tanana natives dying out due to white man's diseases • influence - tuberculosis • venereal disease main cause of deaths - alcohol causes natives to deteriorate - whites selling alcohol to natives - ethnologists recognize Eskimo • native Indians to be of different races • not Chinese descendants - Stuck returns with body of Miss Farthing, a missionar~ 326 Vote Is Missing: Details Of Death 19.01.09 natives, Tagish Charlie, Dawson Charlie, Carmacks, Skookum Jim, alcohol, RNWMP - Tagish Charlie fails to show up at polls in Carcross, due to sudden death caused by too much alcohol - Dawson Charlie falls off bridge & drowns, due to alcohol - Skookum Jim finds body & notifies RNWMP 327 Smallpox At Eagle: Quarantine Is On OS.02.09 natives, Eagle, disease, Henderson, police, Thompson, Fortymile, 8eyts, Ott - Henderson, RNWMP Br Dr. Alfred Thompson have confirmed report of smallpox in Eagle - quarantine posted between Fortymile • boundary - Sgt. 8eyts has notified Mayor Ott of Eagle as to what has been done in Dawson 328 Are Shy Of Food: Fish Failed Them OS.11.08 natives, disease, Newcomb, Susie, starvation - natives & Eskimos face starvation this winter as salmon runs have failed says Newcomb of the packet Susie Page 83 lower Tanana natives rely on fish as primary fodd source as no large game animals 329 Indians Starvingz Two Reach Dawson 11.11.08 Silas, natives, Moosehide, Fifteenmile Cr., Peel R., dogs. starvation. Henderson - Chief Silas receives 2 Peel R. natives who report that their people are starving - no caribou or moose in Peel country - only one dog team left in their camp - Henderson not notified yet of Peel native plight 330 Noble Yukon Chief Is Laid To Rest With His Fathers 25.03.07 George, natives. HICo., stories. Ft. Yukon. Stuck. Wood - Chief George of Ft. Yukon band dies at age 70 - chief since 1893 - in younger days worked for HICo. - well remembered for the stories he told of the old days - last rites administered by Rev. Stuck - missionary Woods reports his death to News 331 Death At Moos~hidez Tribe Is Watched 31.10.07 natives. disease, Moosehide, Thompson, larrett, tonsillitis, pneumonia, diptheria, Selkirk - native child at Moosehide dies & Dr. Thompson reports it to be combination of tonsillitis & pneumonia - Dr. larrett will monitor village as diptheria has been reported in Selkirk native community 332 Chieftain Is Deadz Village Is Mourning 31.10.07 Joe. Moosehide, 5ilas, Tanana - Tanana Joe, chief of Tanana tribe. dies of throat & chest troubles - well known to Moosehide natives having wife from this village Page 84 - Chief Silas brings news of his death 333 Will Use Anti-Toxin: Will Get Aid Now 05.11.07 natives, disease, nurse, tonsillitis, diptheria, Hoosehide, Barrett, Ladd - a nurse will be sent to Hoosehide to care for natives sick with tonsillitis & diptheria - Barrett wants fulltime doctor there too - diptheria anti-toxin now available in limited supply brought in by Harry Ladd courtesty of the gov't. 334 Old Clothes Are Needed 14.11.07 natives, disease, Stringer, Hoosehide - Stringer makes urgent appeal to Dawsonites for old clothing to be donated to Hoosehide as all bedding, clothing, etc. to be burned to prevent the spread of disease . 335 Epidemic At Circle: Dawson Sent Help 25.01.05 natives, disease, Circle, anti-txoin. diptheria, Ft. Egbert, Ladd, HcDonald, Eagle. Ft. Yukon. Andreafski, quarantine - army at Ft. Egbert send telegram requesting help for Circle natives - supply of anti-toxin for 8 patients sent by Ladd to Eagle & Circle - Hrs. HcDonald reports several cases of diptheria at Circle - 23 died at Ft. Yukon & 20 at Andreafski last summer - Dawson will be quarantined to prevent spread of disease to its residents 336 Indians Bottled. Chief Silas Is Sick 31.01.05 natives. disease. chickenpox. quarantine. Silas. Hoosehide. Eagle. anti-toxin - Chief Silas ill with chickenpox contracted from natives in Eagle Page 85 - Hoosehide quarantined by order of Governor Wood - anti-toxin sent to Circle creates fear of diptheria outbreak in Dawson· 337 Quarantine Is Lifted 23.02.05 quarantine. natives, disease, chickenpox, Moosehide - Hoosehide quarantine is. lifted & natives flock to Dawson 338 Reaches Century: Bent With Years 02.05.03 native. Tagish, Indian Charlie. births. deaths. pulmonary disease, Thomas - native woman dies at Tagish,believed to be 100 yr. old - known only as the mother of Indian Charlie - 10 deaths, 12 births & 6 marriages recorded for April - most native deaths occurred because of pulmonary disease - Evan Thomas dies in accident on creek 339 Indians Moving Away 19.12.04 Rampart, traders. Tanana, Fairbanks - natives not getting fair trade from Rampart traders so will go to Tanana & Fairbanks regions where food shortages will grant them better bargaining leverage 340 Moosehides Given Help 04.05.02 Hoosehide, police, elders, medicine, food, HcQuesten - gov't. to supply aid to Moosehide & McQuesten elders & indigent 341 Indians Clothed. Natives Keep Warm 02.11.03 Page 86 natives, police, clothing, Caribou Crossing, Bowen, Wood, Totty, Canham, Selkirk, Big Salmon, Little Salmon, McQuesten, Fortymile, Hawksley - natives receive winter clothing from the gov't. - various people handle the distribution to the Yukon bands in need 342 Native Tribe Now Extinct 21.04.03 natives, Saulchachets, Tanana, Moosehide. Javis, Lake Mentaska, Tetlin, Joe, Isaac, Quiner, trapping, Fortymile - last of the Saulchachet natives dies at advanced age, name unknown; . Quiner brings news of death - remainder of Central Alaska tribes in fragmented bands - Chief Javis head of Good Pasture band - Chief Joe head of Lake Mentaska band - Chief Isaac (no relation to Isaac of Moosehide) head of Tetlin band - Quiner says trapping & game plentiful in Fortymile area 343 64 Have Diptheria 13.07.04 natives, disease, diptheria, Ft. Yukon, Perkins, Ft. Egbert. anti-toxin. Rampart. quarantine - natives of Ft. Yukon stricken with diptheria says telegram from Capt. Perk ins of Ft. Egbert - 50,000 units of anti-toxin available in Dawson - 25 deaths from Ft. Yukon reported at Rampart - strict quarantine in effect at ports leading to Dawson 344 Indians Not Dying, Vital Questions 20.03.06 Tanana, natives, birth, death. Prevost - report from Rev. J.I. Prevost - he's kept vital stats on Tanana natives for 9 yr. - birth rates continue to be higher than death rates. same all across Canada - casual observer is mislead when seeing an abandoned village & assumes the worst Page 87 345 Woman Is Insanel Pitiable Results 13.08.06 native, police, Vidette, fire, asylum, insanity - a Hoosehide native woman is found by the police in their launch the Vidette several days after she fell in a fire - woman badly burned a without medical attention until police rescue at which time she was found to be insane - after short stay at Dawson Hosp. woman is confined to asylum 346 Peel River Indians Now In Need 10.07.19 natives, Peel, Williams, flu, quarantine, starvation - Williams reports that Peel R. natives are in desperate circumstances - natives have no game in -area - Williams makes request to Dawsonites for clothing, etc. - natives not allowed in Dawson due to the flu quarantine 347 66 Natives 1111 One Is Dead, Other Cases 29.0S.19 natives, disease, Clarke, Bell, Champagne Landing, Mendall Lake, Jack, Canyon R., flu, death, Whitehorse - Star reports that Dr. Clarke a Capt. Bell returned from trip to Champagne Landing a report 66 cases of flu - Wolverine Jack's family all ill, Jack dead - public gatherings in Whitehorse prohibited 348 Dawson Johnnie Was Killed By Accident 30.06.18 natives, Johnnie, Jackie, hunting, Whitehorse - Dawson Johnnie mistaken for moose, shot a killed by Joe Jackie - inquest rules accidental death 349 Life Lost In Storm On The Porcupine 08.06.18 Page BB natives, Herschel Is., Rampart House, Fred, Ft. Yukon, Stefansson Elias, Dora, Sallie, Old John, weather, Annie - Daniel Fred tells how Dora froze to death while party out hunting - he found other just in time during bad snow storm - Fred was heading to Ft. Yukon to get medical help for Stefansson who was at Herschel 350 Canada Has 1,200 Indians Now In Khaki, Yukon Is On The List 10.10.17 natives, military, war, reserves, Haldimand Rifles. battalion. funds. pow's, death. Brandt. bravery - Yukon lists 2 native recruits in war - natives distinguish themselves on the field of battle a earn medals for bravery - some are pow's in Germany - great-great grandson of Joseph Brandt died on battlefield - natives donate money to Red Cross from all across Canada 351 War Affects Natives Of The Yukon I Reds Have to Hustle 03.11.14 natives. war. trapping, Hawksley. Teslin, Moosehide. Dawson - Hawksley receives letter from Teslin country in regards to war - European fur market cut off for northerners - gov't. cut off aid to Moosehide. now must fend for themselves as they did before the white man came 352 Moosehide's Aid Britain In The War 09.12.14 Totty, natives. Moosehide. funds - natives at Moosehide donated collection money to the war effort says Rev. Totty 353 Yukon Indians Give In Aid Of The Empire 23.12.14 natives. war. Moosehide. Porcupine. Totty, fund Page 89 - natives of the Yukon contribute generously to British war efforts - Porcupine natives travel hundreds of miles to bring meat - native writes prayers for Brits 354 Indians Add Cash To The Big War Fund 30.12.14 natives, war, McOonald, Kutnizzi, Blackstone R. - Xmas service held at Moosehide Church, Rev. Kutnizzi gives address - Stringer gives address on the work & life of Archdeacon McOonald - collection taken to raise cash for the patriotic fund 355 Peels Want to Play Game Of Football 07.07.15 natives, Peel, police, sports, Dawson, Minto Park, Moosehide, Clay, McPherson - Peel R. natives challenge Dawson football league to game at Minto Park - 80 Peels visit DawGon & Moosehide - police football team agrees to play; natives stipulate that both teams to wear moccasins 356 Whites And Reds To Do Battle Tonite 09.07.15 natives, sports, Peel, police, Dawson, Mackenzie R., moccasins, Corbett - Peel R. natives met 3 Oawson clubs in football - both teams will play in moccasins stuffed with caribou hair - Fred Corbett will take a moving picture of the game 357 Great Battle Is Fought With Feet_ Indians Bite The Dust 10.07.05 natives, sports, Peel, teams, Barwell. Old Walrus, Lame Caribou. Big Father Bushe. Sitting Bull - Sitting Bull reports on Indians & whites game that is mixture of handball & football Page 90 - ball made of moosehide stuffed with caribou hair - Old Walrus beats Big Father Bushe for goal; Lame Caribou scores goal - Hyas Skookum Tilliltum Barwell was tyee Se referee 358 Reds Win In Great Kickfest Against Whites 14.07.05 natives. sports. Peel. police. Minto Park. Waltzing Caribou Turnbull. Big Moose Greenway. Grizzy Oldham. Skookum Thunder Nicholson. Prickly Porcupine Viner. Sitting Bull Wilson. Bunny Trail Marshall.' Happy Chap Thornback. Big Parkey King. Edwards. Isaac. Moosehide - Reds scalped whites in second of series at Minto Park - game seen by hundreds of Moosehides - score two to one in favour of Peels - Isaac in attendance - police line-up listed above 359 Young Prince Of Moosehide Off To School 25.06.13 natives. Moosehide. Fred Isaac. Chief Isaac. Carcross. Whitehorse. Stringer - Fred Isaac. 10-yr. old son of Chief Isaac leaves for school in Carcross along with 7 other children of Moosehide - children placed in the care of Bishop Stringer 360 Head Of The Yukon Indian School Resigns 2S.1 0 .12 Whitehore. Evans. Carcross. Alaska Indian Mission. Chooutla. Stringer - E.D. Evans. previously in charge of Alaska Indian Mission. resigns from the Chooutla Indian School in Carcross - Stringer to bring back replacement 361 Skookum Jim Was Too Late. But The Doctor Crossed Divide 22.02.11 Skookum Jim. Swatka. Haines, Juneau, Slightam - Skookum Jim Se Swatka, Haines natives are in Juneau awaiting cataract surgery Page 91 - Dr. Slightam. who Nas to perform the surgery. passed away & now they must wait for a successor - natives mourning ~le death of Slightam * Swatka of this article same as in 362. but spelling differs 362 Skookum Jim Sees Again 01.03.11 Malone. Skookum Jim. Schwatka - Dr. Malone performs successful operation on cataracts of Skookum Jim . - will do same surgery on Schwatka * Schwatka of this article same as 361 although spelling differs 363 Begin Taking Indian Census 01.12.10 Whitehorse Star. Snyder. RNWMP. Minto. Carcross. Vowles. Teslin. Vinall. Dalton Post. Acland. Kluane. Little Salmon. Laberge, Hootalinqua. Barnes. Dawson. natives - Major Snyder of RmfMP receives instructions from Ottawa to take census of Yukon natives - Carcross census talten by local posts - Vowles to go to Teslin; Vinall to Dalton Post. Acland to Kluane & Barnes to Little Salmon; one other officer to go to Laberge & Hootalinqua - Dawson division to do census from Minto northward 364 Monarch Of Realm. Indians Keep Busy 31.01.08 natives. trading. Lansing. Farrell. Stewart R •• Fraser Falls. Mayo. Gallbraith. Doty, McMillan, furs, prospecting, game - Farrell, runs trading post at Lansing. 110 mi. above Mayo. & handles Stewart River Basin trade - says natives are better dressed than those near city & hard working people & originally from the Mackenzie area - game plentiful & furs fair - prospectors in the area are Gallbraith & Doty on the Stewart or McMillan 365 Indians Of Eagle Form Brotherhood 07.12.10 Page 92 Eagle, Yukon Valley, Yukon Indian Brotherhood, Evans, Burgess, Charlie Steve, Jim Juneby, Charley Sandy, WaIter Ben, Sam Peter, Kenneth Bob Joseph, Dyfed - Eagle first to provide natives with a social organization - founded by Eben Dyfed & Rev. George Burgess - to be known as a sick benefit society & temperance benefit society - board members are Steve, Juneby, Sandy, Ben, Peter & Joseph - to be known as the Yukon Indian Brotherhood 366 Indian Work Now Planned. Industrial Idea Is Investigated 29.03.10 natives, school, Bragg. Whitehorse, Carcross, Indian Affairs. Bompas -.T.G. Bragg. superintendent of Dawson public schools returns from inspection of schools at Whitehorse & Carcross - Indian Affairs requests Bragg to advise on establishing an industrial school for natives in Carcross - article mentions Bompas & Carcross native school 367 Now In A Field: On Indian Trading 03.03.09 Doty, trader, natives. Yukon R. - Zens Doty, well known big game hunter & trader for past 15 yr. - talks about how the fur trade business has changed over time - says makes more money off white Alaskan hunters now than from trade with natives - Doty's principal trading area is along Yukon R. & the Arctic coast - natives expect more in trade now. especially cash 368 Call On Natives I On Business Trip 30.07.08 Vowell, Green. Indian Affairs. natives, O'Hera, Carcross. Stringer. Bennett. Dawson. rights. police, vices - A.W. Vowell & A.E. Green of Indian Affairs here in Yukon at the request of O'Mera & Stringer to conduct inspection of native tribes & conditions surrounding their welfare - interested in protecting hunting & fishing rights of natives & providing some sort of systematic care - recognize their plight is related to white man's corruption .Page 93 369 Into The Mountains: Carries Supplies 04.08.09 Ferrill. Lansing Cr •• Fraser Falls. natives. trading. Stewart R •• Mayo - Ferrill meets natives at Fraser Falls for trading - plans to stay in upper Stewart wilderness until fall - Mrs. Ferrill remains at Lansing Cr. post having been there for a year 370 Indians Up To Dates Ranges The Thing 10.11.07 natives. trading, Stewart R., Farrell, Braine, Hash, Mayo, game, modernization - Farrell supplies natives on upper Stewart with stoves. beds. etc. - natives in Mayo supply miners with fresh game - natives orderly, law abiding, hardworking people 371 Indians To Give Big Show 30.12.03 natives, dance, Phillips, Moosehide, Peel R., Tlingit, artifact, education, Fortymile. Stewart, Pelly, Tanana - natives from Yukon a Alaska to perform traditional dances for public - Henry Phillips, native Tlingit from Alaska to dance in traditional costume handed down by ancestors a will act as interpreter of dances - show to be educational as well as entertainment 372 Indians Make Hits A Hundred Dancers 02.01.04 natives. dance. Peel, boy, Charley, Wood. Phillips, Tlingit - traditional Yukon natives dance overwhelming success - hit of the evening was·5-yr. old Peel R. boy combining several dances into one. money given to his widowed mother - Charley. oldest dance a former chief - Major Wood dispenses goods a supplies to all natives - Henry Phillips, Alaskan Tlingit, is spokesman Page 94 * 1/2 of article illegible 373 Indian Likes Not The Laugh 28.10.06 natives. Moosehide. Moses. Rainy Fish. Anderson - Moosehide resident Pete Anderson indignant about being laughing stock over love life - tells New that perpetrator of rumor is Hoses Rainy Fish 374 Prepare For Trip, Party Leaves Soon 20.12.04 Bonnet Plume. Shylow. natives. Mackenzie R •• police. McPherson. Blackstone R. - Mackenzie natives. Stephen Bonnet Plume & Peter Shylow. to guide police patrol from Dawson to McPherson - natives from original band on Blackstone 375 Indian Gamblers: Entire Tribe Lose 09.10.01 natives. gambling, Henry. Isaac - Henry. a Hoosehide native wins $7.00 playing Blackjack - Isaac & 10 more natives monopolize table next day only to lose entire savings of tribe 376 Silas Wants Two Yukon Chiefs Now 21.10.07 natives. Moosehide Silas. Henderson - Chief Silas of Moosehide waits to see Governor Henderson to - give him a stove, grub & another chief - say there's too much work for one chief 377 Chief Isaac Has Been Overlooked 13.08.09 Page 95 Isaac. Grey. Henderson - Chief Isaac extends eloquent invitation to Earl Grey to visit Moosehide - request referred to Governor Henderson 378 Tourists Are Delighted With The Indians NO DATE tourists. natives. mining. Moosehide. Isaac. Moore. Dorr - big party of tourists shown hydraulic operations & dredges in Klondike Valley - greatest delight was seeing natives in natural element at Moosehide - Chief Isaac gives one his autograph on moosehide - Dad Moore takes party to visit with Stillman Magee Dorr. famous Indian fighter 379 Gotham Girls Have A Good Time I Dine With Indian Chief 28.07.18 Knickerbocker. Flannery. tour. Isaac. Moosehide. Yukonia. costume - Mrs. J.A. Flannery & 2 daughters. Viola & Aileen visit Dawson - called daughters of Father Knickerbocker - take tour of gold fields - grand social evening with Chief Isaac in attendance wearing new suit - girls surprise everyone by dressing as "Wild West" cowboys for the evening 380 Silas Again In Private Life 13.02.08 Silas. Moosehide. jail. justice - tongue-in-cheek report of Silas spending 30 days at hard labour - developed some muscle while cutting wood in "His Majesty's Service" 381 Woman In The Casei Case In The Court 22.01.05 natives. justice. Moosehide. E11en. Si1as. Wroughton. Isaac Page 96 - Tanana Silas a Moosehide Silas appear in court after fracas over Ellen. sister to Moosehide Silas' wife - Tanana wanted tn marry Ellen a Moosehide Silas refused a wants the former out of Hoosehide - Magistrate Wrought on informs Chief Isaac he must keep better tabs on his people to prevent this type of thing from happening 382 Half A Year For Providing An Indian Liquor 09.11.17 Gatt, Hawksley, liquor. justice, natives - Joe Gatt gets 6 mono in jail for supplying liquor to a native - John Hawksley, Indian agent, has jurisdiction in matters touching natives 383 No Clue Yet To Missing Peel Indians Police Are Kept Busy 30.06.17 Knight, RNWMP. Yoshioka, murder, Holbrook. Percy James. Moosehide - Major Knight of RNWMP still investigating murder of woman - Scott Holbrook on hunting trip with young Isaac - Percy James only native unaccounted for - Yoshioka is husband of murdered woman a is being detained at police barracks 384 Body Of Percy, Peel Indian Is Located: Dogs Were Also Killed 02.07.17 Percy James. natives, Moosehide, police, murder, Yoshioka. Knight Allmark. Templeton, Cope, Peel R., Julius, Mayo, Silas - body of Percy James found on property of Yoshioka's fox farm by James Allmark a W.O. Templeton - Mr. Yoshioka testifies before coroner's jury - details of foul play, shallow grave a dogs - Percy's wife died recently, he was in early 20's, good health & respected by community; daughter with grandmother on Peel R. - Percy has brother Julius, minister in Hayo - Chief Silas says all natives to go into bush in pairs now 385 Roy Yoshioka Is Charged With Murder 03.07.17 Page 97 Yoshioka.murder. Percy - Roy Yoshioka charged with the murder of his wife Hiso - coroner's jury rules Percy shot by unknown assailant at Yoshioka's fox ranch 386 Percy's People Are Coming To Funeral 04.07.17 Percy. murder. Peel R •• Moosehide - Percy's body awaits burial pending arrival of his people from Peel - Moosehide flags at half mast as held Percy in high esteem 387 Yohioka Dies On Scaffold Without A Tremor, Denies Guilt To The Last 23.11.17 Yoshioka, execution, murder, Brimston, Knight, RNWMP, Lewis, Isaac, Kawakami. Lachapelle. Nlcoll, Tarr, Burly, Telford - Roy Yoshioka goes to the gallows for the murder of his wife & Percy .James - list .of those present at execution - condemned man learns ".Jesus Loves Me" from Cst. Tarr & Burly while in jail & sings on scaffold - Father Lewis visits in jail - Dr. Lachapelle says death instantaneous - description of execution with burial in prison yard 388 Veni, VediHootch And Skookum House 01.09.15 Tom. crime, liquor, alcohol. Skookum .Jim, natives, stick - Tom from Carcross gets 30 days on woodpile for public intoxication - cousin of Skookum .Jim - ancestor of famous Stick Indians 389 Three Months For Giving A Red Hootch 26:11.14 'Walker, Macaulay. Norman. liquor, jail. natives Page 98 - Nathanial Walker sentenced to one month for public intoxication - Henry Norman gets 3 mono for selling liquor to the native - Justice Hacaulay hands down sentences 390 Three Honths For Selling Hootch To Reds 14.12.14 Hasuzumi. Hacaulay. Silas. Luke. liquor. jail. natives - Huroki Masuzumi sentenced to 3 mono for selling liquor to natives - Billy Silas & Selkirk Luke get one mono & 14 days respectively for public intoxication - Hacaulay hands down sentences 391 Teslin Han Is Stabbed - Claims Indians Attacked Him 28.03.13 natives. crime. justice. Maseanero. stabbing. Surprise Lake. Atlin. Silver Cr •• Keeler - negro man stabbed by natives at Surprise Lake on way to Teslin - incident occurred at Keeler's Cabin - liquor involved & police investigating 392 Indian Enoch Is Once More A Free Hanl Shot In Self Defense 04.04.12 Enoch. White R •• natives. Cheechaco. Donjek R •• Hacaulay. Little Jack. Haggie. Billy Ki. Bell. Tabor - Enoch released on verdiot of justifiable homocide - Cheechaco pulled knife & Enoch pulled trigger - witnesses gave same story as Enoch - J. Langois Bell prosecutor; W.C. Tabor defense attorney 393 Is Fined For Selling Liquor To Indians 20.03.12 Holm, Moosehide, Maoaulay, Walker, Frank, Pelly, jail, liquor - Ho~m fined $300.00 by Macaulay for selling liquor to natives - Walker, Frank & Pelly reoeive 1 mono for buying liquor - Holm made $250.00 on selling liquor Page 99 394 Report Of Indian Murder Is Confirmed. Reds Plan A Big War 02.02.12 Hoskins. Miller. Tanana. White R •• Fortymile. Sixtymile. Hague. Horrigan - Hoskins receives report that Tanana native kills White R. native between Fortymile & Sixtymile - Tananas ready to kill whole White R. tribe - Horrigan investigates murder, cause unknown 395 Alaska Natives Now On Warpath 03.12.10 McLeod. Kantishna. robbery. death. Mt. McKinley. Chief Peter. Bear Paw. Dion. St. Sylvester - report of Indian uprising in vicinity of Mt. McKinley - McKinley visits Chief Peter enroute to Bear Paw - McKinley has run in with warring natives & escapes - Dion of St. Sylvester slips down 26 ft. mine shaft & suffers broken neck 396 Drunken Indian Gets Sentence 01.03.09 Isaac. McLeod. Macaulay. police. justice - one of Chief Isaac'smen sentenced to 14 days hard labour by Macaulay - native caught by police dragnet 397 Indian Gets The Wrong Beverage 09.06.08 Fat John, Moosehide, Macaulay, police, liquor, justice - Fat John, Moosehide native, to appear in court on charge of intoxication - case adjourned 398 Skookum Jim Good Indian 07.07.09 Page 100 natives. Demers. Carcross. Teslin. Skookum Jim - Demers called to Ca~cross to settle dispute among natives - trouble started when native woman shorts Skookum Jim of $40.00 - Skookum Jim off to prospect in Teslin country 399 Me Got A Man: Tells Of Wedding 11.06.09 Daisy Rose. Macaulay. Whitehorse. Moosehide. Dawson. marriage. Skookum House. liquor - Daisy Rose appears before Macaulay for liquor possession - Moosehide members gather to witness hearing - Daisy informs Macaulay of her pending marriage to a ~hite man - constables escort Daisy to Skookum House until hearing 400 Indians Take To Old Hootch 14.12.07 police. natives. saloon. liquor - police complain that natives getting liquor from saloons - natives passing themselves off as halfbreeds - police send out circular letters warning saloon keepers 401 May Be Troubles Feuds Are Brewing 01.02.03 natives. McDonell. Kuskokwim. Russian. mission. Eskimos. Nome. shaman. feud - McDonel1 of Kuskokwim district reports trouble between Russian mission Eskimos a coastal natives - caused by mission Eskimo killing coastal native (no names) - shamans of both tribes responsible for rumors - Holy Cross mission doing good work with Eskimos - epidemic in Kuskokwim district decimates 600 natives (no cause given) 402 Spree Ends Disastrously NO DATE Baxter. Fortymile. jail. justice •. fine. liquor. Dawson. Cornell Page 101 - Baxter gives liquor to 2 native women at Fortymile & receives 6 mono hard labour - one native woman gets 1mon. in jail, other woman escapes with fine only 403 Indians Scatters Some Express Fear 23.07.04 Susie. Ft. Yukon. diptheria. epidemic. Perkins. anti-toxin, physician. Ft. Egbert, quarantine& natives - officers on ~teamer Susie report Ft. Yukon natives down with diptheria - natives spreading disease along river Capt. Perk ins makes inquiries into anti-toxin in Dawson - army phYSician at Ft. Egbert reports amount of anti-toxin in Dawson too small to use at Ft. Yukon 404 Yukon Indians Hold The Fort 13.09.06 Chinik, Yukon, hostilities, whites, natives - hostile forces at Chinik still occupying former position in hills - three Yukon whites, armed. rush from the hills 405 Prepare To Fight: Feud Is Received 14.09.06 Yukon R., Bering Sea. Nome. Selawik, death, Chinik. natives - Bering Sea & Yukon natives at war - coast native shoots Selawik natives; mistaken for moose - numerous enemy camps seen east of Chinik - Yukon natives expecting reinforcements from Selawik R. 406 Indians In Court_ Silas Has Trouble 10.01.08 Moosehide, Craig, Meares. Jim. Jackson. Harper, Totty, McMlllan - Jim. Jackson & Harper face charges of being intoxicated & insulting Chief Silas in Craig's courtroom - court summons Totty & McMillan of Moosehide; didn't show & warrants issued - culprits receive 45 days on woodpile Page 102 407 Too Much Liquor: Arrests Numerous 19.12.06 liquor. Dawson. Yukon. natives. justice. jail. Whitehorse. Tiptoe Daisy. Suzerinettes, Hclvor. Nelson, Hoosehide, agriculture - natives of territory becoming victims of alcohol - in Dawson 4 men are serving time for suppling alcohol to natives - in Whitehorse several natives do time - Daisy & Suzerinettes get 5 days hard labour; HcIvor & Nelson receive $100.00 fines - plans made to institute agriculture at Moosehide 408 Hurder And Welfare Among Pelly Indians 03.08.08 RNWHP. Yukon, Pelly R •• Horrigan, Blind Cr., Dawson Field. death, Liard Bob, Jonathan, Orkey R., Van Gorder. Cote - Horrigan returns to Pelly where he acts as mediator between Blind Cr. & Pelly natives - Field instrumental in taking steps for peace - Jonathan outcast of Blind Cr. for petty stealing, jealous of Liard Bob because his wife gives Bob moccasins. seeks revenge - Bob kills Jonathan - Cote & Van Gorder go to Pelly camp - Horrigan gives chiefs ultimatum; 2 tribes have communal dinner 409 Last Of Tagish Noblesl Sawing Wood In Fuel Factory 09.09.1 Brown. Taylor, justice, jail, Bellowing Moose, liquor - Brown, son of Chief Bellowing Hoose, receives 30 days in jail & $60.00 fine for public intoxication - Taylor hands down sentence 410 Appeal Hade In Local Liquor Case 06.01.20 Condry, Reid, Hawksley, liquor. Moosehide, Black, Macaulay, natives - Reid & Condry convicted by Indian agent Hawksley for possession of liquor - accused let out on $500.00 bail set by Hacaulay Page 103 411 Three Months On Woodpile For John S. 01.08.14 Smith, Moosehide, Hawksley, liquor, Skookum House, justice - Smith charged by Hawksley for possession of liquor - gets 3 mono on woodpile while in detention at Skookum House 412 Chief Silas Has Many Visitors NO DATE Isaac, Moosehide. Peel R., Eagle. Fortymile, Pelly. Ft~ Yukon. Ft. Gibbson. natives - Chief Isaac visits Peel R •• Eagle. Fortymile. Pelly. Ft. Yukon I Ft. Gibbson natives I speaks language of all 413 Red Men Hitting Trail Back Home. Big Time At Potlatch 20.01.16 Blackstone. Porcupine. Moosehide. Martin. lompas. Totty. Silas. Robert. McCormick. natives - Blackstone I Porcupine natives attend pot latch at Moosehide - Totty administers communion to 60 natives - Silas distributes fish to poor - McCormick gives address to natives in Bompas church 414 Word Pictures Of The Indians 1909 Dawson, art. Moosehide. ally-wog. natives. liquor, starvation - Moosehide artwork of ally-wog characters portray the devasting effects of liquor - other artwork portrays shortages of food See index for alphabetical listing of file names and corresponding catalogue numbers. ABOUT THE INDEX The index is primarily an alphabetical listing of file names and the corresponding catalogue numbers under which the subject material may be found. There are two in whioh an information search may be initiated. The researcher may either use a computer generated search using PC-File or the summary information in the first half of this book. A search may be conducted by cross-referencing a file name. catalogue number or both. using either method. 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FILE NAME abandoned accident Acland Adams agriculture air patrol Alaska Alaska Indian Mission Alaskan Albert alcohol Alex Is. Alexander Alexi Alexis Alice Cr. AlIen (Alex) Allmark A.L. Sainsbury INDEX CATALOGUE NUMBER 89 52 363 254, 255 407 188 14, 98, 126 360 299 75 4, 9, 236, 326, 388 136 5, 6, 13, 14 105 54, 274 204 103, 138, 156, 168, 183 384 17 American Episcopal Mission Amory Amos Amundsen (Capt. R.) Ande.rsen. 0 • Anderson, G. Anderson (Dr.) Anderson. Pete Anderson R. Andre Andreafaski Anglican Ango-American Polar Expedition Angus Aniak R. Annie Anthony anthropologist anti-toxin Arctic Brotherhood Arctic Red River II 58 201 131. 297 5, 6, 10. 12, 26, 29, 3S, 36, 44, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150, 151, 169, 325 49 198 36, 39. 42, 44, 49. 51. 53. SS, 65, 99. 103, 120, 126, 128, 186, 187, 223 373 190 147 169. 335 107, 289 34 234 182 349 105, 124 46, 187 335, 336, 403 84 63. 98 Arctic Slope Argo ark Arkcheeluk R. Armatage arrowhead art artifact (s) Asitachinyoo asylum Atchya Athabasca Landing Atkoon Atlin Atoolllikchina Attolllechia Babbidge R. Babrant Baill1e Is. (Bailey Island) Bailey Baird III 121 35 203 177 111 205. 215 414 187. 371 316 345 65 68. 125 103. 126 163, 391 114 112 124 186 26, 29. 33. 51. 53. SS. 98. 122. 126. 129. 131 295 182. 184 IV Baker 307 Banks Land SO, 51, 52. 53, 157, 192 Bannerman 213 Barnes 318, 363 Barnette 163 Barrett 331, 333 Barrie (Major) 147 Barrow Strait 147 Barter Is. SS Bartlett (Capt.) 44, 46, 49, 58 Barwell 357 Basely 141 Bathhurst 134, 135 battalion 350 Baxter 402 Bear 38, 47. 48, 177. 194 Bear (Cr.) 182, 184 Bear Lake 226 Bear Paw 395 Beauchat, Henry 46 Bell 65, 347. 392 v Bell River (R.) 115 Bellowing Moose 409 Beluga 5. 6. 24 Belvedere 5. 6. 7. 24. 39. 157. 191 Ben. WaIter 365 Bender Bros. 237 Bennett 368 Benson 141 Bering Sea 154. 405 Bering Strait 147 Bernard (Capt.P.) (Capt.) 49. 50. 103 Bernard Harbour 103. 126 Bertha 22 Bertoncini. 5 Bertrand 235 Bettles 293 Beyer. Louis Carl 166 Beyers. otto 18 Beyts 186. 327 Big Father Bushe 357 Big Joe's 165 VI Big Moose Greenway 358 Big Parkey King 35B Big Salmon 341 Big Skookum Gulch 202, 220 Big William 75 Biles 206 Billy Joe 316 Billy Ki 392 biographies 85 Birchler 319 birthplace 171 births 105, 33B, 344 bison 219 Black 72, 117, 2B9, 312, 410 Blackstone R. 102, 10B, 272, 274, 308, 354, 374, 413 Blake 124, 129 Blazes 124 blind 173 . Blind Cr. 408 Blindgoose 108 blonde Eskimos (See also Eskimos) Bloody Falls Blue, Daniel Bluefish R. Blunt boats Bodfish (Capt. Hartson H.) Boer War Bompas (Bishop) Bonanza Bonanza (Cr.) bones Bonnetplume (Alfred) Bonnet-Plume (R.) Bonnet Plume, Stephen Borden (R.I.) Boris Boss (Chief) Bothnia Peninsula boundary VII 128 128 51 102 119 294 15, 16, 18, 21, 28 85 84, 108, 110, 11, 123, 228, 258, 295, 303. 308, 366, 413 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 29 180 217 92 120 374 36, 192 219 244 146 101 Boundary House Bouvier, WaIter Bowen Bower, Levi Bowhead boy Boyle. Joe Bradvik Bragg Braine Brandt Branston bravery Brimston Brine Brockie (Cst.)(Brockey) Brooker Brooks Brower Brown Bruce 216 20 341 152 5, 6, 10, 20, 23. 24. 28 372 35. 195 278 72. 366 196, 370 350 72 350 387 141 58. 138 54 200 7 65. 124. 203. 409 128 VIII IX Buddington CCapt. James W.) 22 Buford Bay 178 Bunny Trail Marshall 358 Burgess 365 Burke CDr. Grafton) 58. 122. 131 Burly 387 Burns 307 Burt 124 Butte Cr. 181 Buxt:on. 295 cache 73. 190 Cadzow CDavid) 27. 118. 129. 133. 160. 161. 162. 173. 229. 304, 316. 320. 323 Cairnes 200 Caly 91 camel 201 Cameron 65 Campbell 70, 87, 186. 203. 301 Canadian Mounted Rifles 85 . Canadian government 46 Canadian justice 21 Canham 289, 290. 341 Canning R. Canyon R. Cape Halkett Cape Kellet Cape Bathurst Cape Peary (Parry) Cape Pelcher Cape SlIIith captains Carcross Card Cardinal. Louis Cardoza • .loe caribou Caribou Crossing Carl Carlllack (s)(Corlllack) Carnegie Institute Carter Carter (Cst.) Castel (Aarnout) x 155. 193 347 49. 55 29, 53 103, 133, 190 120, 153 51 11 6. 10. 20, 186 131, 133, 228. 276. 281. 304, 306. 359. 360. 363. 366. 368. 398 186 43, 98 23 273, 274, 282 341 197 297, 306, 326 36 197 29. 75. 79, 80, 81, 84, 85. 86, 94 49, 105 XI Chafe 49 Challenge 29. 32. 51. 55, 153 Champagne Landing 347 Chandlar R. 195. 203 Charley 372 Ch as Hansen 5, 6 Cheechaco 392 Chena 290 Chesterfield Inlet 128 chickenpox 336. 337 Chief Peter 395 Chilka't 205 Chinik 404. 405 Chooulta 266, 360 church 292 Church. Erastus 22 Circle (City) 39. 115. 119. 172, 204, 321. 335 Clark. Joe 35 Clark, Jim 35 Cl ark (WIR. Duncan) 71 Clarke 347 XII Clay 73. 134. 355 Cllfton Pt. 126 climate 17 clothes 173 clothing 73. 110. 125. 149. 150. 178. 341 CMI Mission 65 coal 110 Cockburn Point 98 Cody (Rev.) 111. 228 Cogan 7 Cohn's place 83 coins 220 Coldfoot 293 collections 149 Colleen R. 135 Collingwood 123 Collison Point (Collision Point) 42, 49 Colman 232 Colville R. 155 commemoration 90 commissioner 84, 170 XIII Comyn-Ching 290. 292 Condry 410 Connors 105 Conroy 186 Constantine 85 Consul Gabriel lie Ravndal 11 contribution 301 Conway· 134 Cook (Capt. John A.) 5, 6, 10, 20, 134, 140. 177, 178 Cope 384 Copper 6, 187, 197 Copper Eskimos 226 (See also Eskimos) Coppermine R,; 99, 120, 126, 128, 132. 153, 187 Corbett 356 Cornelius 55, 138 Cornell 402 Corning 278 Coronation (Gulf) 126, 131, 133, 134, 147, 226 costume 379 Cote 408 Cotter Cottle (Capt.) Council Point cowboys Cowley Cox crafts Cragie Craig Crane Crarey Crawford crew crime Crow Lake Crow R. Culbertson culture Cunningham customs Cuth.,ert XIV 181. 184 29. 51. 112 187 229 72 187 279. 281. 297 60 72. 84. 94. 103, 324. 406 183 84 157. 159 20 3, 4, 8, 9, 12, 15, 16, 21, 32, 99, 105, 129, 130, 132, 153, 183, 388, 391 316 173 117 125 186 110, 125, 242. 245, 281 239, 241 Daisy Rose Dall R. Dalton Post Dalton Trail dance dancing Darling Da1'1'e11 Davies (Rev. ) Dawson Dawson Charlie Dawson Field Dease Strait death (s)' Demara Demers Dempster (Sgt.) Desbarats, 0.03. description xv 399 293 299. 363 73 278. 287. 291. 371. 372 110 186 63. 190 74, 289 40. 54. 58, 69, 120, 127. 128. 137. 143. 163. 192. 202, 228, 234. 239. 243. 253. 264. 309. 316, 317, 318. 351. 355. 356. 363, 368. 399. 402, 407, 414 326 , 408 146. 147 23, 49. 52. 53. 56. 65. 71, 79. 86. 108, 144. 150, 178, 189, 253, 304, 306. 322, 323. 325. 338. 344. 347. 350. 395, 405. 408 175 398 40. 42, 44. 61. 63, 64, 66, 70, 72, 73. 76,77,79,80,81.82, 88,90, 100. 101. 102,104,105.106,113,124,136.137. 139, 140. 141. 142. 143. 162, 186. 248 41 58, 68,152 desertion Dever (Dever & Rowley) Diack de Wolfe diary Didymus dioceses Dion diptheria discovery discrimination disease Dismal Lake Doak CDoake, Doakes) dog teams Dogrib dogs Dolphin Strait Dominion Donjek R. XVI 27 60 258 141 83, 88 275 111 395 293, 331, 333, 335, 403 51 17 58, 153, 189, 307, 311, 312, 313, 314, 315, 320, 321, 322, 324, 325, 327, 328, 331, 333, 334, 335, 336, 337, 338, 347 120 73, 134, 138, 248 60 66 72, 73, 138, 151, 173, 176, 329 126, 147 21 392 XVII Dora 349 Dorr 378 Doty 364, 367 Downer 289 Doyle 105 Driftwood 65 Driggs 294 drowning 65 Duchess of Bedford 24, 34, 164 ducks 270 Dunckin 197 Dunham 84 Dyfed 365 Eagle 78. 113. 117, 131. 256. 308. 327. 335. 336. 365. 412 Eckhart 105 Edgerton 91. 92. 93 Edmonton 66. 73 Edson 316 Edward 112 Edwards 321. 358 education 371 elders Elias E1iza Elizabeth Ellen E11is (Capt. T.L.) El Sueno Elvira emergency Emmons Endicott Mt. Enoch epidemic Erebus Esau Escape Reef Eskimo (s) Eskimo women Esquimalt XVIII 30B, 340 349 247 308 3B1 19, 24 55, 103 39, 191 90 216 155 392 105, 153, 293, 403 89 75, 77, 87 29, 112, 114 16. 25, 33, 36, 43, 51, 52, 53, 58, 68, 85, 99. 103, 105, 106. 107, 109, 110, 111, 112, 114. 115, 116, 122, 125. 126, 133, 134, 148. 149, 150, 152, 153, 155. 159, 161. 167, 173, 177, 186, 189. 291, 294, 301, 401 55 58 XIX ethnologist (s) 29. 325 Evans 360. 365 execution 387 expedition 36. SO. 187. 194 exploration 35. 36. 38. 41. 46. 121. 148. 149. 150. 151. 155. 156. 159. 164. 165. 177. 223. 225 extradition 21 Faber. Car I 20 Facolftber 11 Fairbanks 124. 163. 169. 181. 339 Fairweather 192 Farrell (Ferrill) 364. 369. 370 Farthing 325 Fat John 397 fauna 17. 110 Fay 308 Fearless 7 feast 300 Federal Judge 15 festivities 254. 258. 260. 261. 283 feud 401 Field (Arthur C.) fighting fine (s) fire First Ave. Firth Firth R. Fisheries fishing Fishing R. Fitzgerald (Sgt.) Fladgate. Vivien Flaming Torch Flannery Flaxman Is. flora flu (See also influenza) food footprints Forbes-Mackay. (Dr. Allister) xx 281 239. 240. 241 402 23, 230, 345 74 121, 131, 186. 190 166, 178 189 24. 289 / 102 2. 43. 55. 59. 65. 70. 75. 76. 77. 79. 80, 81, 84. 85. 86, 87. 88, 89, 90, 120. 170, 171 18 266 379 29, 34. 35. 39, 71, 193 17, 110 346, 347 68, 125, 288, 340 198 46 Forrest Cr. Forrest (Audrey) Fortescue fort (s) Fortymile Foss fossil (s) Foster Fox Fram Frank Franklin Fraser (Rev.) Fraser Falls Fred French-Canadian Fry (Rev. W.H.) Ft. Bacon Ft •. Egbert Ft. Fitzgerald XXI 83 10, 61, 62, 63, 64 148 188, 203 131, 308, 311, 327, 341, 342, 394, 402, ·412 150 198, 200, 201, 204, 206, 208, 209, 210, 211, 213, 214, 217, 218, 219 211 200, 222 35, 36 393 89 107 364, 369 349 25 29, 56, 73, 105. 111, 112, 114, 119, 120, 122, 123, 129, 131, 135, 138, 153, 186, 226 102, 129 335, 403 55 XXII Ft. Gibbson 412 Ft. Hamlin 293 Ft. Hope 196 Ft. HcHurray 185 Ft. HcPherson 14. 17. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 67. 69. 91. (HcPherson) (Hacpherson) 110. 119. 120. 131. 134. 135. 136. 137, 139, 141, 143, 161. 191, 227. 355 Ft. Norman 110, 125 Ft. Rae 66 Ft. Reliance 102 Ft. Selkirk 85 Ft. Sinic 98 Ft. Smith 87, 192 Ft. St. John 86 Ft. Yukon 106, 116. 122, 126. 127. 129, 131, 153, 163. 293, 297, 301. 321. 324, 325, 330, 335, 349. 403, 412 Fuller 109 funds 350, 352. 353 Funston 169 furs 275, 364 Fyfe 76, 77, 81. 82. 324 Gabrielson 181 Gallbraith 364 gambling 281, 375 XXIII game 46. 79,. 98, 186, 188, 253, 285, 297, 364, 370 Gannett. Henry 36 Gardner, ~oseph C. 23 Garfleld 321 Gatt 382 Gerghty 71 geologist 187, 200 George 330 Gill1s 278 Gilmore 324 Gilpin (Const.) 2 Girling 53, 103, 125.· 126. 131. 134. 135 Gjoa 5, 10, 29, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150 Glacier Trail 282 Gladiator 51 Gould 127 gold 169. 179, 180. 181, 182, 184. 282 Gold Bottom Cr. 297 Good News Bay 181, 182 Goodwin 179 XXIV Gorbracht 218 government 40, 45, 262 Graber 197 grader 235 Grand Forks 230 Grant 94 Grassman 207 graves 83 Great Bear 187, 192 Great Bear Lake 128 Great Slave Lake 66, 192 Green 368 Grey 377 Grizzly Oldham 358 Grubin 55 guides 54 Gulf of Anadir 28 habits 110 Hadley 49, 51, 126 Haggarty 22 Hague 394 xxv Haines 361 Haldimand Rifles 350 Hamilton 65 Hamlet 12 Hanbury 120 Hanford (.Judge) 15. 16. 18 Hannah 34 Hanson 15. 150 Happy Chap Thornbac:k 358 Harber 100 Harbour 103 Harding 53. 105. 129. 131 hardship 123 Harluc:k 19 Harold Dollar 14 Harper 284. 406 Harrison Bay 49 Harrison. Daniel 18 Hart R. 83. 141, 272, 285 Hartson (Capt. ) 18 harvest 30 Harvey, R.B. Hastie Hawksley Hay River (R.) HayloN Hazel B. HBCo. headman Head of the Lake Band Hearn Heater Hebert, Emil (E.) Henderson Henry Henry (Const.) Herald Is. (Herold Is.) Heraldson Herbert Herman (Hermann) (Herrmann) XXVI 24, 63 278 73, 74, 118, 289, 295. 296, 312, 315, 341, 351. 382, 410 129. 131 ss 278 2, 33. 43. 51, 53. SS, 65, 66. 73. 85, 87, 94, 98, 103, 105. 121, 125. 129. 131, 135, 186, 190, 192. 237, 284, 297, 330 114 301 128 131 42, 43, 120 84. 202, 278, 297, 327, 329, 376, 377 72, 375 2 46, 192 181 42, 43, 93 5, 6. 24, 46. 55, 138, 157. 192 Herschel Island (H.I •• Herschel Is.) Hester Hibbert Hickling High Cache Creek Hilliker Hoare Hocking (Cpl.) Hoffman Hogan Holbrook Holm honours Hootalinqua Horrigan horse (s) Horseshoe Is. XXVII 1. 2. 3. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 17. 20. 24. 25. 26. 27. 29. 32. 33. 36. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 47~·49. SO. 51. 53. SS. 56. 58. 59, 6~. 61, 62, 63, 66, 67, 68, 69, 71, 72, 79, 85, 91, 94, 96, 98, 99, 103, 104, 105, 107, 109, 110, 111, 112, 116, 118, 119, 121, 124, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 133, 134, 135, 136, 138, 140, 147, 153, 155, 161, 164, 165, 166, 169, 170, 171, 173, 185, 186, 187, 188, 191, 192, 194, 197, 223, 224, 236, 237, 301, 349 53, 105, 129 136, 157 289 166 54, 100, 103, 136 53, 125, 126 40, 42, 72, 73 65 113 383 393 73 363 394, 408 73, 213 178 Hoskins hospital host il it ies Houle housing Howard Huber humpback whales Hunker Cr. Hunter hunting Huskies Hutchinson hygiene ice (pack) Iditarod igloos illness (es) Indian Indian Affairs Indian agent XXVIII 394 320, 324 404 297 17 6, 10, 85 168 31 297 286 108, 149, 150, 281, 348 161, 173, 320 94, 97, 100, 103, 105, 309 110 82, 177 179,180,184,325 189 55, 56, 58, 117, 266, 274. 293 10 366, 368 74 Indian Charlie influenza (See also flu) injury inquest insanity inscription Inuit (Inooit) invention Ironsides Isaac (Chief) Isaac, Fred Jack Jack-a-da-Iee Jackie Jackson, Paul Jacob Jacquot (Joseph) (J. ) jail .lames, Percy (Percy James)(Percy) XXIX 338 137. 140 93. 248 83 345 190 110 235 72 74. 238, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 250, 251, 252, 254, 255, 256, 259, 262, 262. 266, 267, 268, 269, 270, 277. 280, 282. 283, 284, 287, 296, 310, 342, 358, 359, 375, 377, 378, 379, 381. 387, 396. 412 359 347 234 348 15. 310, 406 162 42, 43. 120 380, 389, 390. 393. 402, 407. 409 383, 384, 385, 386 James Ross Strait Jap Jarvis Javis Jeanie Jeannette Jeckell Jenness (Dr. Jennis) Jenning Jennings Jessie Freeman jewelry Jim Jimmie Joe Johansen, F. Johnnie Johnson Johnston Jonas Jonathan xxx 147 25 63. 65. 85 342 7. 177 3. 5. 6. 10. 12. 16. 21. 24. 65 72 49. 126. 187 224 66 7 149 406 6 332. 342 49 248 58. 73, 114, 115. 119, 131. 217. 231. 278 241 264 408 Josepa. Wm. F. Joseph Josephine Joseph. Kenneth Josl!n Julius Juneau Juneby. Jim justice Juthi Kamloops Kantishna Karluk Kassie Kawakami Kay Point Keeler Keim Kelday Bob XXXI 18 75. 297 22 365 23 105. 384 156. 360 365 380. 381. 382. 391. 402. 407. 409. 411 131 301 395 5. 6. 10. 11. 24. 25. 26. 29. 36. 38. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 49. 58. 65. 91. 11 2. 154. 197 316 387 112 391 54. 136 183 XXXII Kellett Base S2 Kelly 144 Kelly CF.M.) 86. 87 Kendall 218 Kendi 302 Kennith 113 Kett:le 63 King 51. 97 King Edward 114 Kingst:on Brothers 135 King NUliam's Land 147 Kinney CTaylor .. Kinlley) 29 • 79. 80. 81. 84. 85. 86 Kitigagazyoot 112 Kitigagjoit 122 Kitigagjuit 53 Kitigagzooit 114 Kitigagzuit 126 Kitigajuit: 190 Klinkenberg 15. 152 Klondike 212. 278, 297. 306 Kluane 363 Kluhane Klukwan Knickerbocker Knight Kobuk Kohl .. Co. Kootenay Kost Kotzebue Koyukuk R. Kruae, Henry Kunizzi (Kutnizz!) Kuruak Kuskokwim Kwiaitchya Labrador Lachapelle Ladd Ladue Lake Laberge (Labarge) Laka "entaaka 278 299 379 XXXIII 94, 96, 97, 143, 383, 384, 387 169, 181, 293 297 301 202 197 179, 195, 293, 325 28 292, 131 182, 93 120 387 354 183, 334, 335 284 198, 363 342 184, 401 XXXIV Lake Mlnchumine 325 Lame Caribou 357 Lamont (Cst.) 56. 58. 153 Lanange (Inspector) 99 Lancaster Sound 147 land bridge 201 Landers (District Attorney) 12. 20 Lane (Capt. Louis) 51. 53. 98. 191. 192 Lang. Frank A. 20 Langton Bay 220 language 125 Laning 72 Lansing Cr. 196, 278, 363. 369 Lapierre House 116. 297 Laurier 88 law 284 Lawderback 172 Lazarus 112 Leclair 72 lecture 58 Lee 289, 324 Leffingwell (Leffingway) legend Legere, Edward Lenauze Lereaux Leroux letters levy Lew!s Liard Liard Bob Lindstrom Linklater liquor (See also alcohol) Little David Little .Jack Little Salmon Lizzie S. Sorrenson Lohberunner Long xxxv 34. 35. SO. 63. 155. 186 252. 294 18 103, 105 120 105 83 210 387 306 408 150 105 2, 3, 144, 261, 382, 389, 390, 393, 397, 399, 400, 402, 407, 409, 410, 411, 414 65 392 341, 363 30 204 73 Longboat (Hr.) Loon Lake Lost Cabin Mine lost lost patrol (See also patrol) Loucheaux Lucas Luke Lund Lytton Macaulay Hacdonald (McDonald)(Archdeacon) Hack Mackenzie River Mackenzie Haggie Mahoney mail Major Barrie Malamoote XXXVI 168 119 119, 179 119, 147 SS, 70 68 53, 105, 123, 125, 127, 186 390 150 301 389, 390, 392, 393, 396, 397, 399, 410 107, 108, 194, 292, 296, 298, 335, 354 239 17, 122, 126, 128, 129, 131, 164, 185, 356, 374 50, 60, 118, 120, 121, 123, 127, 172, 249 392 252 40, 66, 95, 197 147 297 Malloch. S. Mallock. George s. Malone Maltby Mamen. Bjarne mammoth Manson map Maple Creek Mapley (Cst.) marathon Marble Cr. Margaret Mariposa marriage Martha Martin Marvin Hary Sachs Maseanero XXXVII 49 46 362 289 46, 49 200, 212 177 102, 147 85 60. 70 168. 174. 175. 182 182 22. 112. 114 184 289. 399 311 54, 63, 73, 93, 94, 103, 108, 136, 168. 275, 285, 413 64 39, 49, 51, 53 391 Mason, .lames mastodon Masuzumi materials Matson (Capt.) Mayo McCal."tel." McCal."ty McCloud McCombel." McConnel1 McCol."mick McDon.11 McDougal1 McOo ... n McOl."egol." McGl."egol.",A.H. McIlhenny Mclntosh McIvel." Mclvol." XXXVIII 306 200, 204, 209, 210, 211, 214 390 320 51 196, 302, 364, 369, 370, 384 72 65, 168 315 10 49, 201 413 401 297 259 197 5, 10, 184 307 199 407 11 McKenna McKinley (Wm. Larry)(HcKinlay) McLean McLeod McLennan McMillan R. McPherson (Ft. Macpherson) (Ft. McPherson) McQuesten HcRae Meares measles medicine Mekkelson (Mikkelson) (Mekkelsen) Helville Is. memorial Mendall Lake Herrit messiah meteorite XXXIX 5, 6 46, 49 64, 289 394, 396 72 278, 364, 406 54, 61, 79, 85. 91. 94. 110. 112. 115, 116, 118. 120.121. 123. 127. 128. 131. 133. 135. 136. 137. 139. 141. 143. 161. 186. 190. 355. 374 284. 340. 341 116. 121. 123 406 68. 86. 317. 318. 319 139. 281. 304. 340 34. 35. 63 52. 58. 105 84 347 53.125.126 299 201. 222 Metlakatlas Midway Is. military Miller Miller, Car I Mills miners mining Mint Gulch Minto Park (Minto) missing missing person mission missionaries missionary mission school moccasins modernization Mogg monster XL 301 34 350 394 20 65, 181, 186 14, 65 169, 110, 318 212 355, 358, 363 25, 50, 18 71 106, 122, 295, 401 29, 56, 73, 108, 110, 115, 118, 120. 122. 123. 125, 126, 129, 131. 144. 153, 162, 186, 221, 231, 292, 295 290 281, 304 356 122. 189, 370 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 26, 65, 147, 225 234 XLI Hoodie (Major) 40, 42, 43, 71, 72, 146, 148, 248 Moody 85 Moore 378 moose 218, 273, 277, 288 Moosehide 74, 238, 242, 243. 244, 245, 251, 254. ·255, 256, 258. 259. 261, 262, 264, 267. 270, 277, 282. 283, 284, 286, 288, 296. 300, 302, 308, 309. 310, 3"1, 313. 315. 329, 331, 332, 333. 334, 336, 337. 340. 342, 351, 352, 353, 355, 358, 359, 371. 373, 375, 378, 379, 380, 381, 383, 384. 386, 393, 397, 399, 406, 407, 410, 411, 412, 413, 414 morals 122 Moran. Frederick 25, 27 Morrison 278 Moseman· 278 Hoses 373 Mosier 215 Mould 132 Mountain Valley 75 Mount McKinley 177, 395 moving picture technician 187 Hulligan 23 muJ\Ully (ies) 206. 208 murder 16. 55. 99. 106. 183. 383, 385. 386, 387 Hurray (Capt.) Hurray, James museum (s) Museum of Natural History musher mushing musk ox mutiny Nahani Lakes Nansen Narwhal (Narwhol, Norwhal) Nash National Geographical Society native natives XLII 11 , 17 46 218, 221 36 85 176 219 23, 39 102 3S 5, 6, 24 96, 370 36, 189 4, 72, 215, 221, 223, 241, 298, 345 2, 3, 10, 17, 25, 36, 43, 44, 53, 54, 56, 60, 63, 65, 66, 68, 73, 74, 78, 85, 86, 87, 92, 96, 97, 98, 99, 101, 103, 105, 108, 112, 113, 114, 115, 118. 119. 120, 125, 129, 130. 131. 132. 133. 134. 135, 139, 142, 144, 145. 149. 150. 153. 159, 161, 162, 163. 169. 173. 183, 186, 187, 189, 190, 196, 203. 224. 225, 227, 229, 231. 236. 238. 239. 240. 242. 243. 244. 245. 246. 247, 248. 249. 250. 251. 252. 253, 254. 255. 256, 257, 258, 265, 267, 268, 271, 272, 273, 274, 275, 276, 278, 281, 283, 284, 285, 286, 289, 290, 292. 293, 294, 295. 296, 297, 299, 300, 301, 302, 303. 304, 305. 307, 308, 309, 310, 311.312,313.314,315,316,317.318, 319, 320. 321. 322. 324, 325. 326, 327, 328. 329. 330. 331. 333. 334. 335. 336, 337, 338, 341, 344. 346. 345. 347, 348, XLIII natives (eont'd) 349, 350, 351, 352, 353, 354, 355, 356, 357, 358, 359, 363, 364, 366, 367. 368, 369, 370, 371, 372, 373, 374, 375. 376, 378, 381, 382. 384, 388, 389, 391. 392, 398, 400, 401, 402, 403, 404, 405. 407, 410, 412, 413 Natural ·History Museum 129 Nauze 128. 129 Navareh (Navaeh) 7, 177, Neal 274 Nelson 407 Nelles 324 Nelson Fishery 112 Nenana 325 Netsc:hilli 149 Neweomb 328 Newport 7, 178 Newth 3, 10, 12, 15, 16, 21. 144 New York 58 Nieodet 220 Nieoll 387 Nigakuse 167 Niukiayaket 297 Njootl1 131, 162, 302, 304, 316, 323 XLIV Nolan Cr. 293 Nome 12. 15. 168. 169, 400, 405 Norman 389 North Cape 46 Northern Commercial Co. (NCCo.) 243. 253. 323 Northern Light 276 Northern Trading Co. 98. 129, 190 North Pole 119 North Star 51, 52 Northwestern Co. 43 Northwest Passage 176 Northwest Territories 289 Norton Sound 325 Norwood 164 Nugget 232 Nulato 297 Numan 205 nurse (s) 321. 333 Nushagak 181 O'Connor 71 O'Donald Ogilvie (Range) (R.) Okanagan Olaf Old Crow R. Oldhalft Old .John Old Walrus alga ally-wog O'Heara O'Hera O'Neil oolftiaks area origins Orkey R. Osborne, H.F. Ostergarde Ott Ottawa 195 102 301 190 58. 65 97 349 357 5. 10, 15, 26, 65. 103. 152 414 290 368 187 294 7 81. 408 36 123 327 SO. 294 51, 52, 58. 188 XLV otter Cr. Pacific Whaling Co. pack (ice) Paisley paleo Paodzena. H. Parsons patrol (police patrol) Patterson Paul Pauline Payson Pearson Peary Pederson Pedro Peel District Peel XLVI 180 17 177 142 198. 199. 200. 201. 204. 205. 206. 207. 210. 211. 212. 213. 214. 215. 216. 217. 218. 219. 220. 221 29 73. 129 42. 44. 54. 59. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 69. 70. 73. 75. 76. 78. 80. 82. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90, 92, 94, 95. 96. 97. 98. 100. 101, 102. 103, 104. 105. 136. 137. 138. 139, 140. 141, 142, 143, 194. 196. 274, 309. 317, 327, 340, 341, 345, 355, 356. 357. 358. 368, 374, 384. 396. 397. 400 139. 140 15 118 289 63. 66. 211 46.118.177.194 123. 135. 157. 190 182 96 271. 272. 275. 286. 346. 357, 358. 372 Peel River (R.) Peel River Indians Peel Sound Pelican Pelletier Pelly Pelly R. penitentiary Percy (Percy James) Perk ins Perry (Major) (Commissioner) Peter Peter. Sam Peterson (Capt.) Phillips (Inspector) photographs (photo) physician Pillage Pt. Piper pneumonia XLVII 17, 61, 63, 64, 70, 77, 88, 95, 102, 107, 129, 131, 186, 285, 292, 297, 298, 329, 371, 384, 386, 412 77, 243, 253, 257 147 131 85 199. 239. 240. 241 ... 371. 393. 412 278, 408 81 383. 384, 385, 386 343, 403 59, 85. 88, 90 92 365 29. 39. 129, 210 42, 43, 53, 55, 58, 73, 103, 129, 133, 138, 140, 186, 190, 299, 371, 372 110, 273, 279, 280 403 135 221 331 Point Barrow Point Hope (Pt. Hope) poison Polar Bear polar bear police (police patrol) polygamy Pope Porcupine (River. R.) Porter pot latch pottery Powell pow's Pratt Preble Pribilof Is. XLVIII 7, 1" 15, 20, 29, 30, 38, 39, 45, 49, 120, 158, 163, 178, 192, 197 4, 1" 30, 158, 197, 294 86, 87 51, 53, 55, 98, 105, 187, 190, 193, 237 167 7, 25, 29, 42, 44, 52. 54. 59. 61. 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 69, 70, 73, 75, 76, 78, 80, 82, 86, 87. 88, 89, 90. 92. 94, 95. 96, 97. 98. 100. 101, 102, 103. ~04, 105, 136, 137, 138, 139. 140. 141. 142, 143, 194, 196, 274, 309, 317, 327, 340, 341, 345, 355, 356, 357, 358, 368, 374, 384, 396, 397, 400 123 324 57, 58, 102, 113. 116, 118, 121, 123, 128, 131, 133, 165, 172. 301, 302. 304, 316. 353, 413 210 245, 255, 269, 296 199 72 350 54. 100, 103. 136 17 189 Prickly Porcupine Viner priests primitive Prince Alber~ Land P~ince Willi .. s Land Prince Pa~rick Land Prince Ruper~ prison prize prospecting prospector (s) Prosper Provos~ P~. Richardson Pullen House pulmonary di ••••• quarantine Qu."Z Cr. Quinel' Rad~ol'd (Street a Rad£ol'd) 35. 99 152 1.7. 225 24. 20. 36 143 .1 175. 232 57. 197. 364 179. 182. 184. 30 290. 344 145 154 33e XLIX 304 31 •• 323, 335, 336, 337, 343. 346. 403 125 209, 210. 211 342 55, 72. 138 Rae CDr.) Rahart railway Rainy Fish Rainy Hollow Ralllpart CHouse) Randal records Red Cross Red River Reeve Regina registrati~n Reid reindeer reports reserves L 147 316 188 373 216 27, 40, 43, 44, 57. 72, 94. 101, 102, 106, 116, 118, 125. 129. 131, 133. 140. 141, 143.160.161.162.165.173.229.297, 302. 304. 305. 316, 319, 321. 322. 323, 324, 339, 343. 349 133 54. 103 58. 154. 301 112 297 72. 129 289 153, 306. 410 4. 115 52 350 Resolute Richards Is. Richardson Riggs rights RNWMP (NWMP) robbery Robert Robinson Rodney Rodzees, Antone Roland Rosario Rosle H. Ross Ross River (R.) R-34 route LI 31 112 179 319, 324 368 6, 10, 14, 20, 29, 32, 34, 39, 40, 42. 43. 47, 54, 55, 58. 59, 66, 67, 68. 69, 70. 71. 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 88, 90, 91, 92, 94. 95. 96. ~7, 98. 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 129, 130, 134, 135, 136, 137, 139, 143, 146, 148. 153, 158, 165, 186, 188. 221, 224, 248. 304, 326, 363, 383, 387, 408 395 413 119 275 18 272 7 29 72, 84, 120 278 188 102 Rouvier (Rouviere)(Rovier) Rowe Rowley (Dever & Rowley) Rubin Ruby. Russian Rus1:ved1: Ru1:ledge Sallie salmon saloon Sam Sandy, Charley sani1:a1:ion San1:a Sarah Saulchache1:s (Salchake1:) school Schul1:s Schul1:z Schwa1:ka (Swa1:ka) 105. 120. 132 290, 295 60 105 47, 51, 53, 237 203, 216, 401 150 215 349 287. 288, 301 400 10 365 189, 314 258 219 290, 342 366 58 70 361, 362 tu LIII scientist (s) 46. 210. 213 Scondale 72 Scott 139. 142. 151 sea elephants 22 sealers 68 seals 37 search 76. 77 Searle 72 Sea Wolf 156. 158 Secret Service 86 Seely Pass 40. 60. 70, 93. 100. 102 Seguin 308 Selawik 405 Selig 29. 63, 65, 66, 79. 85 Selkirk 85. 241. 278. 290, 310. 331. 341 Semple 142 Senkler 170 serum 137 Seward (Trail) 179, 180. 181. 184 sexual assault 16 Seymour 105 LIV shaman 149, 401 Sharp 181 sheep 285 Sheep Cr. 113 shelter 90, 149 Shingle Point 55, 112 ship (s) 6, 10, 22, 59, 186 shipwreck 5, 13, 14, 24, 27, 46, 73, 138, 164, 190 shipwrecks 7 shops 230 Shylow 374 Siberia 210 Silas 255, 259, 260, 263, 264, 283, 287, 296, 300, 329, 332, 336, 375, 380, 381, 384, 390, 413 Silver Cr. 391 Simmons 61, 63, 64 Simon 142 Simons 3", 312 Simpson Strait 147 Sinclail' Rock 131 Sinnisiak 132 LV Sitting Bull (Wilson) 357, 358 Sixteenmile 60 Sixty Mile R. 234, 394 Skagway 299 skel"eton 252 Skookum House 399, 411 Skookum Jim (Jim) 306, 326, 361, 362, 388, 398 Skookum Thunder Nicholson 358 skull 213, 221 Slightam 361 Small 72 smallpox 319, 320, 321, 322, 324 Smith 141, 277, 278, 288, 319, 320, 324, 411 Smithsonian Institution 201 Snyder 76, 77, 83, 84, 85, 87, 239, 363 son 280 Somers 80 song 232, 233 Souther, John G. 166 sports 355, 356, 357, 358 stabbing 391 stage Stanford University Star starvation Stefansson Stein Stene, A.C. Steve, Charley Stewart, Charley (c.) Stewart R. Stick Stikine stone age stone tool st. Patrick's Land st. Patrick's Mission St. Matthew's Mission St. Michael St. Sylvester LVI 113 213 307 19, 66, 79, 89, 115, 118, 231, 316, 328, 329, 346, 414 29, 34, 35, 36, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, SO, 51, 52, 53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 65, 72, 91, 96, 98, 105, 120. 122, 123, 126, 128, 136, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 159, 186, 187, 189. 192, 223. 226, 237, 349 158, 186 29 365 43, 70, 77. 81, 93, 199 196. 246, 364, 369, 370, 371 388 205 149 199, 207 50 138 114 169, 171, 288 395 Storgerson (Storger) (Storkerson, Storker) (Storkersen) stories Stratton Street (Street a Radford) Stringer (Bishop) Stroller Strom Strike Stuck subsistence suicide SuI Sullivan Sulphur Cr. superstition (s) supplies Surprise Lake survival LVII 35, 49. SS, 58, 105 330 181 55 11,. 29, 53, 80, 83, 84, 81, 89, 103, 105, 106, 108, 109. 110, 111. 112, 113, 114, 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120. 122, 127, 128. 129, 131. 132. 133, 134. 135. 136. 153. 186. 190, 227. 228. 231, 258, 289. 292. 299, 302, 304, 312. 313, 314. 323. 334. 359. 360, 368 259 266 101 181 131, 293, 304. 325, 330 68, 110 305 305 22, 182 113 110, 281 95, 111 391 73 LVIII Susie 328, 403 suspect 71 Suttles 283 Suzerinettes 401 Swanson 211 Swayne 113 Sweeney (Capt. ) 53 Sweenson 158, 190 synod 11, 289 Tabor 392 Tagish 306, 338 Tagish Charlie 326 Takkenna R. 216 Takudh 53, 68, 108, 292, 296 Tanana 175, 268, 290, 297, 310, 325, 332, 339, 342, 344, 387, 394 Tangent Point 178 Tarr 387 Taylor (Cst.) 57, 15, 79. 80, 81, 84. 86, 88, 392, 409 (Taylor .. Kinney) teams 351 Teck 206 LIX Teddy Bear 50, 55, 103 telegraph 45 Teleyah 135 Telford (Capt. ) 57, 387 Teller 23 temperatures 24 Templeton 384 Tenakee Hot Springs 386 Tent Is. 138 Terror 89 Teslin 351, 363, 398 Thetis 12, 35 Tetlin 342 Thibeaudeau 60 Thomas 275, 289, 338 Thompson 129, 160, 199 Thompson (Dr. Alfred) 45, 65, 184, 197, 327, 331 Thornback 92 ·Thrasher 5, 6, 7, 10, 11 Thron Duik 297 (See also Klondike) Tidd (Cpl.) Tiliyak Tilton, (Capt. J.A.) Tiptoe Daisy Tlingit tobacco tobasco toboggans Todd Is. Toeliner, August Toker Point Tom Tombstone R. tonsillitis topographer tour tourists Totty (Rev.) trade trader (s) LX 57, 106, 140, 304, 316 124, 138 10, 13, 23 407 371, 372 4 184 60 145 172 26 388 77 331, 333 187 379 378 84. 96. 277, 303. 311. 314. 341. 352. 353, 406, 413 281 2, 37. 135. 164. 190. 339. 367 trading Trail R. translation (s) trappers tOrapping travel Tremaine tuberculosis Tucker Tulasak R. Tulyksak Tupper Turner Turner (St.) (Turner a First Ave.) Tuttle Twelvemile (R.) Tyack Tyee Co. typhoid fever LXI 156. 157. 158. 160. 196, 237. 249, 257, 364, 369, 370 65. 88 53. 114 98 24. 42. 105. 123. 135. 153, 157. 158. 271. 272. 274. 275, 276. 342. 351 125 125 325 32 182 184 55. 104. 134. 136 70. 76. 77. 81 74 177. 194 40, 60, 61. 64. 69, 70. 72, 92. 100. 108. 136. 309 141. 142 30 56 typhus Umatilla Unalaska Union Strait United States Alaskan Museum vaccine Vance Vancouver Is. Van Gorder Varicle Veronica Cr. vices Victoria B.C. Victoria Is. Victoria Land Vidette Vinall visit Vitrekaw Volkman Vowell LXII 56 28 29 98, 126,146,147,187 201 319 139, 140 31 408 194 218 368 36 52 36, SO, 146, 147, 152, 223 345 363 270 275 72 368 Vowles Wad a Walker Wall bridge Walrond walruses . Waltzing Caribou Turnbull war Ward Warn Warrington Wash burn weather Webb Webster West Coast Agency whale oil Whaler Bay whalers LXIII 363 25, 26, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178,179,180,181,182,183,184,185 2, 85, 389, 393 132 254, 255 37 358 301, 350, 351, 353, 354 92, 95, 97 90 .194 106 17, 53, 82, 147, 178, 180. 263. 349 249 113, 197 301 173 46 1, 2, 3. 4. S, 6. 8. 9. 10, 17, 19. 20. 22. 28, 29. 30. 31, 85, 186, 194. 197 whales whaling whaling captains whaling ships White. Whitehorse Whitehorse Billy Whitehorse Star White Pass White River whites Whiteside Whitestone R. Whitney Whittaker, (Rev. C.E.) Wifley Wiik (Wik) Wil£red Wilkins Us.) LXIV 169 11, 60, 135~ 144, 171 15, 22 31 88, 199 137, 306, 307, 347, 348, 359, 360, 366, 399, 407 307 363 186 72, 265, 324, 392, 394 404 7, 177 102 233 6, 17, 24, 29, 33, 53, 65, 75, 80, 83, 93, 103, 105, 112, 114, 116, 121, 122, 124, 127, 129, 131, 133, 135, 138, 153, 186, 226, 227 121 29, 150 133 49, 52 Williams Wi11iams, Frank (F.) Wi11iamson, B. Willow Cr. Wi1190n (Dr.) Nind R. (Wind a Peel Rivers) Wing (Capt.) Winge wireless Niseman Wlttenberg Wm. Bay1iss Wolfe Wolkie (F.) Wollallls Wood (Major) Wrange1 Is. (Wrangell Is.) wreck Wright Wrigley Wroughton 123, 302, 346 42, 43, 98 49 180 LXV 73, 92, 287, 321, 322, 323 64, 70, 75, 83, 96, 120, 309' 24 51 45, 115 195 32, 138, 153, 156 6, . ", 1 8, 23, 28 190 29, 65 142 61, 239, 242, 288, 330, 46, 47, 48, 49, 192 38, 103 128 65, 107 381 341. 372 LXVI Wymper 297 Wynward 58 Yoshioka 383, 384, 385, 387 Young 73, 111 , 122, 125, 186 Yukon Gold (Co.) 64, 100, 102 Yukon 58, 212, 232, 233. 297, 404, 407, 408 Yukonia 397 Yukon Indian Brotherhood 365 Yukon Polar Institute 194 Yukon R. 367, 405 Yukon Valley 252, 365 "koH Tourism Heritage Branch Art Webster, Minister YUKON CONSERVATION STRATEGY For OurComman FutUJ'l!