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Frc-- North Coast Heritage Research and Protection Project The Yukon'Sun 1898 - 1905 Index and Summary :;; - .~ . -- compiled by Rob Ingram & Helene Dobrowolsky of Midnight Arts and Felicitas Tangerman prepared for Heritage Branch Government of the Yukon Compilation funded by the Government of Canada's Northern Oil and Gas Action Program ·rh,:.::: '·{u.i Dn Su.)"··, .:";~. i") _::1 ~::; Li.ITI iT: -:3. r" .~.~., North Coast Heritage Research and Protection Project THE YUKON SUN 1898 - 1905 Index and Summary compiled by Helene Dobrowolsky & Rob Ingram of Midnight Arts and Felicitas Tangermann prepared for Heritage Branch Department of Tourism Government of the Yukon June 1993 Compilation funded by the Government of Canada's Northern Oil and Gas Action Program ... ·{tJ.k ._.- _ .. _ ... ____ . _ ._J Cover Photograph: Three First Nations men paddle canoes on the Yukon River. The steersman of the foreground canoe is Chief Isaac, the subject of many Yullon Sun stories covered in the index. Yukon Archives N4232/AlIL Coli. THE YUKON SUN Notes and Partial Index TABLE OF CONTENTS: Introd.uction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .'. . . ~ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Guide to Usmg,Index ................................. 2 Notes on' Yukon Sun articles . . . . .' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Index .. ' .......... ' ................ ' ............ ' .. '. ' ..... 47 Appendix: List 'of issues consulted Introduction The Yukon Mtdnight Sun issued its first edition on June 11th, 1898. G.B. Swlnehart was the proprietor and editor of "Dawson's FIrst Paper", as it billed itself. The Sun started life as a tabloid sized weekly. By August, the paper had expanded to broadsheet size and in 1902, it became a daily paper. Over its lifetime, the paper was variously known as the Yukon Mtdnight Sun, the Daily Morning Sun, the Yukon Sun and Klondike Pioneer, and the Yukon Weekly Sun. Politically, the Sun supported the Liberal Party, a stance that became all too obvious near election times. There is no record of when the paper ceased publication, but the last issues available at Yukon Archives date from early 1905. This partial index of the Yukon Sun was commissioned by the Government of the Yukon's, Heritage Branch in early 1993 with funding from the Government of Canada's Northern on and Gas Action Program. Topics covered include stories relating to the northern Yukon, First Nations, and archaeological and palaeontological discoveries. In many cases, the stories about FIrst Nations people tend to reflect the preva1l1ng non-native attitude toward the Yukon's first peoples-a combination of ignorance and prejudice. Despite this colonial attitude, the people of Dawson seem to have been fascinated by their neighbours downstream at Moosehide. Although Chief Isaac was mocked for his broken English and imperfect understanding of the workings of white society, the reporters seem to have had an underlying respect for this leader who brought his people through so many dWcult changes. The First Nation hunters from the Peel River area brought colour and excitement, as well as provisions, during their annual winter trip to Dawson to sell fresh caribou and moose meat. The great potlatch over the Christmas season of 1903/04 was the subject of daily stories and the whole town turned out to see representatives from seven First Nations dance at the Auditorium. Researcher Felicitas Tangermann reviewed all issues of the Yukon Sun held at Yukon Archives. She also contacted flve other holding institutions for any additional issues but none were found. Most of the newspapers are on microfllm although some early and flnal issues are available only as original copies. The collection is incomplete and many issues are missing. Consequently. an appendix has been included listing the dates of all issues reviewed. Helene Dobrowolsky and Rob Ingram of Midnight Arts prepared the article notes and indexed the articles according to key words and catalogue numbers. We are indebted to Jan Toczak for her index of the DaJ.l1!)on Dally Neus, which served as the model for this report. 1 GUide to USing Index This partial Index of the Yukon Sun Includes articles relating to the northern Yukon. Yukon First Nations. and archaeologtcal and palaeontological dJs~overies. Other topics Include huntlilg. fishing. epidemics. police. as well many place and proper names. '. Notes for'each article are organized In five categories:·a catalogu~ number. the date of the issue In which the article appeared (organized by year. month. and day). key words. the headline ,(if available) and a brief summary of the stOlY content. Shorter items are often quoted In full. All articles are available at Yukon Archives. most on microftlm and some as original issues. Over 300 key words and terms were Identlfted to Index a total of .114 articles. \.' The Index to these notes commences' ,on page 47. All entries In the key words section appearing In the notes have been alphabetised and are listed in the index together with the catalogue numbers of the items to which they refer. When possIble. spellings of place names and proper names have been standardized to reflect current usage. Rlverboat names are distinguished by the designation (steamer) after the boat name. The name "Dawson" refers to both a First Nations man and the town. These have been differentiated as follows-"Dawson (CIty)" or "Dawson (man)." 2 THE YUKON SUN Cat. No.: 001 Date: 1898.06.20 Key words: First Nation; Jackson •.. J1rnmy; May West (steamer); St. Michael; Galvln. Pat; pilot. Da:w80n (City)· . Headline: Loctd Items Summary: - item quoted in full: "J1rnmy Jackson (Indian) well known throughout Alaska arid. the Northwest. left on the May West Saturday evening for StMichael where he goes to pUot a river boat for the company recently organized by Pat Galvln. of this place. on her initial trip to Dawson. The boat is said to be the largest yet placed. on the Yukon. She is 240 feet overall. with 40 foot beam and draws but ·three feet eight inche$ of water." Cat. No.: 002 Date: 1898.07.04 Key words: Yukon Territory. Yukon Act. lierscheiIsland.Daws.Qn(City) Headline: A Territory. Dawson the Capital - The Bill Passes.~the Senate - . The Yukon D~ict" No Longer a Part of the NorthUX?St Territory Summary: - gives the full text of the Yukon Act. making the Yukon into a separate territory. ., - The final section defines the borders of the new territory and speciflcally includes ·Herschel Island within the boundaries. ~. .. . Cat. No.: 003 Date: 1898.08.15 Key words: First Nation; Dalton. Jack; Dalton Trail; Malcolm (U.S. Commissioner); salmon; Dalton Post; J1m; shootlilg: trade; fishing Headline: Ambushed And Fired Upon - Jack Dalton Narrowy Escapes Death at the Hands of an Indian 3 Summary: - states that a few days previously. First Nations people had fired upon Jack Dalton on the Dalton Trail. Dalton was grazed by two bullets. - according to the article. the First Nations people had "various petty grievances" against Dalton. He had spoUed their trade by the establlshment of his Inland post. encouraged the arrival of white men Into their country. and drove away the salmon and other fish by opening up the streams to the white men's $mall boats. - Dalton made a complaint to U .S. cornrn1ssloner Malcolm and warrants were Issued for arrest of Indian Jim and one other First Nations man. Cat. No.: 004 Date: 1898.09.17 Key words: First Nation. pUot. Yukon River. steamer Headline: The Indian Pilot: Greasy and Gruff Summary: - an article satlr1zlng First Nation river pllots. Useful only In establlshlng that First Nations people did act as pllots on Yukon River steamers and that many charged about $20/day. Cat. No.: 005 Date: 1898.09.17 Key words: First Nation: Rea. John: musk oxen: Great Slave Lake: Dawson (City): New York Headllne: A Dlsgusted Hunter - Sent Here to Capture the Rare Musk Ox Summary: - John Rea passes through Dawson en route to New York upon returning from an expedition to llve capture six musk oxen on Great Slave Lake. - Had captured five calves when a group of First Nations people stole up to the camp and cut the animals' throats. supposedly fearing that If the calves left the country alive. all the other musk oxen would follow them. . 4 Cat. No.: 006 Date: 1898.09.17 Key words: First Nation: Jackson. Jlmmy: Kolteen. Albert: McNealis. Ed: ,.l:Iodges. H.G.; Juneau; Taku Inlet; Fortymlle: Atlln Lake; Windy Arm; starvation; skeleton Headline: The Mystery Cleared - The RemaIns of Unfortunate McNealis Found on AtUn Lake - Indian Jackson Cleared of Rumoured Charges of Having Dealt Foully With' n.w White Companions. RemaIns of Hodges Not Found. Summary: - in winter of 1895. First Nations man J~e Jackson and nephew Albert Kolteen leave Juneau with load of mall for miners at Fortymlle. - Ed McNealis and H.G.Hodges accompany them with load of magazines~ etc. they planned to sell to. Fortymlle miners. -' Jackson and party take route up Taku Inlet and overland to Atlln Lake. The white men had· dif:Oculty ·keeping up and 'finally the First Nations men left them behind at·Atlln ~~. sugg~stl,n.g they return to nearby First Nations village, '. - Jackson had arduous. trlp.;to· FortY,mlle. nearly 'starvlng on the way. When the two'white men dlq not turn up. Aboriginal people were accused of.murdering and robbing~-thez:n. . . - Jackson··exonerated when' skeleton of McNealis was·found near Windy Arm. Cat. No.: 007 Date: 1898.09.24 Key words: First Nation; Dalton; Jack; reindeer; James Donville (steamer); Dalton Post; Sltka; Bradnobar. H.; MartIn._ Ike; Dalton Trall; weather; copper; theft; shooting; White River; reindeer Headline: A Close Call Summary: - Jack Dalton head41g outside on the steamer James Donvllle. - mentioned- that a herd of 100 reindeer belonging to U.S. government passed Dalton Post en route to Circle City. - Dalton had spent $15.000 improving the DaIton Trail the previous summer. 5 - with H .. Bradnobar found large copper vein at the head of the White River. - death of Ike Martin while on the trail pursuing thIef who had stolen $1,000 from the post. - Jack Dalton "had hIs coat riddled with bullets" by First Nations people (see story IB9B.OB.15). The suspects were captured and jailed at SItka. Cat. No.: OOB Date: IB9B.I0.2B Key words: First Nation; McClintock River; Henderson. Edward; Harper (Shertfi); Peterson. Thornburg: Meehan. William; Nantucket, Frank; Dawson (person); Jim; Nantucket. Joe; execution; murder Headline: A Wholesale Execution Summary: - E. Henderson and three First Nations people sentenced to hang the following Monday. - Sheriff Harper In charge of the execution. - E. Henderson killed hIs partner, Peters on , with a pIstol at TagIsh previous fall. - three First Nations men-Dawson. Jim. and Joe Nantucket-shot Meehan and wounded Fox the previous spring. Frank Nantucket's sentence was commuted to life imprisonment. Cat. No.: 009 Date: IB9B.ll.04 Key words: First Nation; Henderson, Edward; Joe; Dawson (person); Nantucket. Jim; Dugas (Judge); execution Headline: Reprieved Until March Second. 1899 -All Saints Day Prolongs the Life of the Murderers - A Precedent That Will Cause Comment Summary: - major front . page story regardlng;the decIsIon to delay the executions of Edward Henderson. and three First NatIons men~oe, Dawson and J1m Nantucket. - gIves some detail of the story of the alleged crimes and the course of the trial. 6 - original date moved forward by one day as it was a holiday. Judge Dugas signed the second reprieve to give ample time to investigate any irregularities in setting the date. Cat. No.: 010 Date: 1899.06.06 Key words: First Nation. White River. murder Headline: Probable Murder .. ~. (~ Summary: - item quoted in full: "A number of Indians from White River are in town and they have identified the cover of a rifle' ·belonging to" a man who is supposed to have been murdered near White River. The Indians say they do not wish to be' bl~ed for the murder." " .(. Cat. No.: 011 Date: 1900.02~ 13 Key words: fossils. Bonanza Headline: . Prehistoric Remains' Summary: Cat. No.: Date: - piece. of whitish glass "possessing magnifying properties" found at depth of 15 feet on '43 below. Bonanza. - writer impressed that what appeared to be a human artifact was found at 'such great depth 012' 1900.03.13 Key words: Cralne. Dick: Last Chance: Hunker Creek; mastodon; buffalo Headline: A Yukon Mastodon Summary: - Dick Cralne. owner of the Last Chance roadhouse. Hunker: Creek. has fine collection of bones and other extinct animals. - Cralne is a taxidermist and specimen collector; his collection 7 Includes the skull tusks, shoulder blades, thigh bones and shin bones of a huge mastodon-tusks are 1 t feet long. - Cralne's small museum also Includes head of wood buffalo, under Jaw of "a huge mammoth anteater," as well as other bones, horns, birds, etc. Cat. No.: 013 Date: 1900.03.20 Key words: First Nation, Fort McPherson, Mackenzie Mountains, moose, caribou, Dawson (City), hunting, trade Headline: Local·Notes Summary: - party of First Nations people travel from Fort McPherson to Dawson bringing several moos~ and caribou which they trade for provisions. Cat. No.: 014 Date: 1901.2.2 Key words: First Nation, Peel River, Mackenzie Mountains, toboggans, caribou, dogs, Dawson (City), hunting Headline: Peel River Indians Summary: - half a dozen Peel River First Nations people arrive In Dawson - they bring four toboggans loaded with caribou and other game - dogs are of medium size and hardy appearance - "The whole outfit is considerably different from the native outfits of the Yukon valley." Cat. No.: 015 Date: 1900.04.10 Key words: First Nation, Klondike River, Mackenzie River, Peel River, toboggans, moose 8 Headline: More Indlansfrom the Mackenzie Summary: - another party of First Nations people from the Mackenzie River arrive in town with eight toboggans of moose meat. - they had travelled by way of the Peel River, across the divide, and down the Klondike. Cat. No.: 016 Date: 1901.02.09 Key words: mastodon, Ryan (Corp.), NWMP, Hunker Creek Headline: Mastodon Bones Summary: - Corp. P.J. Ryan of the NWMP detachment at Hunker Creek sends the Yukon Sun his photos of mastodon bones. Cat. No.: Date: - bones were unearthed at No. 2 claim above discovery on 80 pup, Hunker Creek. - mentions the large number of mastodon bones found on the gold . creeks in past two or three years. 017 1901.02.16 Key words: Isaac (Chief), Klondike River, caribou, hunting Headline: Timely Topics Summary: "Chief Isaac and his people returned Wednesday from another trip up the Klondike, laden with a supply of caribou meat." Cat. No.: 018 Date: 1901.02.23 Key words: Hunker Creek, mastodon, mining Headline: untitled 9 Summary: _ - an unidentified placer clalm owner Is said to have so many mastodon bones on his property that he plans to abandon mining and enter "show business." ;. Cat. No. 019 Date: 1901.03.23 Key words: SUas (Chief). Moosehlde. FIrst Nation. wedding Headline: Local Mention Summary: - Chief SUas of the Moosehlde First Nation married local woman. Cat. No.: 020 Date: 1901.05.11 Key words: First Nation. Ice-fishing Headline: untItled Summary: - local First Nations people Ice fishing using bacon for bait and sellIng their catch locally. Cat. No.: 021 Date: 1901.05.15 Key words: Skookum JIm. Taglsh Charlle. Carmack. Bonanza. Headline: Local Mention Summary: "Skookum JIm and Taglsh Charlle have secured control of Carmack's discovery claim on Bonanza." Cat. No.: 022 Date: 1901.05.25 10 Key words:" Fortymlle, First Nation, Huxley (Rev.), Royal (NWMP), children, flood, Alaska Commercial Co., missionary Headllne: Flood Victims - The Dtscistrous Jam at Fortymile Summary: - tells of the flooding of the town of Fortym1le and the rescue of Its InhabJtants. - NWMP Royal and lIan Indian" risk their llves to rescue the Rev. Huxley, his wife and children, and five First Nations chlldren staying at their home. Mentions tha~ the missionary lived In two­ storey house" near the "Indian colony" on the bank of the river. - A.C.Co. store and warehouse, located near waterfront, are totally submerged. Cat. No.: 023 Date: 1901.05.25 Key words: Loulse (steamer), Moosehlde, Isaac(Chlef), First Nation, Close (Steward)" Headline: Crew Fight - IndlWls Create Trouble Among Deckhands Summary: - Chief Isaac and 17 First ~at1ons people from Moosehide sign on "as longshoremen on the "steainer" Loutse :for a downrlvertrlp. - Some deckhands took exception to having the Indians present at meals and" a few Intoxicated crew members began throwing crockery." Cat. No.: 024 Date: 1902.05.25 Key words: Isaac (Chief), First Nation, Dawson (City), Victoria Day Headline: All DC1lJBon Joins in Celebration Summary: - A detailed account of Victoria Day celebrations in Dawson. - Descr1b~s the various "competitions and races, including a running event for First Nations men and women. - under a subhead, Chilff lsane's Pathetic Oration, describes an address given by Chief Isaac depicting the prosperity of his people 11 Cat. No.: Date: before the arrival of the white people. Since then. Isaac's people had lost their country. their game had been driven off and they were "reduced to poverty and are without the means of sustenance. " 025 1900.06.08 Key words: Isaac (Chief): Sarah (steamer): Isaac. Walter. Alaska Commercial Co .• the Northern Commercial Co .• North American Transportation & Trading Co. Headline: Chit{ lsaac SaLls Today For San Francisco on the Str. Sarah Summaty: - Chief Isaac leaving on the steamer Sarah for a trip to San FranCisco and the Pacific State$ as a guest of the "commercial companies" (the"Alaska CommerCial Co .. the Northern Commercial Co. and the North American Transportation & Trading Co.) - Isaac to be accompanied by his son Waiter. Cat. No.: 026 Date: 1900.06.10 Key words: Isaac (Chief). Sarah (steamer). Moosehlde. Northern Commercial Co .• Alaska Commercial Co., gold. Dawson (City) Headline: To Wish Him Bon Voyage -Big Crouxi Says Faretrell to Chitif lsaac Summaty: - large crowd at the Dawson wharf to see off the steamer Sarah en route to St. Michael and to bid farewell to Chief Isaac. - the residents of Moosehide fire off muskets as the boat passes their community. - Sarah was also carrying the winter's accumulation of gold dust of the Northern and Alaska commercial companies. Amount estimated at $300.000. - article concludes with the Sarah's passenger list. 12 Cat. No.: 027 Date: 1900.06.11 Key words: ·Skookum Jim. Bonanza. robbery. alcohol Headline: Skookum'Says He Was; Rolled - Cl~ms Somebody Took $2000 from Him Summary: - SkookUm Jim ofDisco~ery. Bonanza claimed to have been robbed of $2000. Stated that his robber had paid'a man to get him away from his cabin and get him drunk. '. Cat. No.: 028 Date: 1902.07.02 . . Key words: Inuit (Eskimo). Konnuk. Point Saftey. Nome. disease Headline: Summary: Cat. No.: D~te: Murders dld Doctor - Eskimo Ktlt.$ Man Who Tried to Cure Him - on May 6th. an Inuit named Konnuk shot and killed a doctor in village one half mile from. Point Saftey. Doc~or had been treating him for 'consumption .. Konntik ~ought the disease .. was getting worse· arid blamed:the doctor. " ~." ".;.: .::: - Konnuk anci" his famlly travelledA~~: Nbme where he turned himself in. As 'he was' in the last stages of his disease. he was: allowed to return to 'his village to. die. "His wife and babe will not be long in following him." 029 1902.07.06 Key words: Rampart. Ak.; Hanley. F.B. Headline: Fresh Beef for Rampart Summary: - F. B. Hanley. government meat contractor at Fort Gibbon. promises to supply fresh meat to Rampart (Alaska) the following winter. "believing the camp will have a considerable increase in population over former winters." 13 Cat. No.: 030 Date: 1902.07.10 Key words: Inult. Holy Cross Mission. Lucchesi (Rev. J. L.). disease Headline: IndLans Are Dying Off- Much in Need on the LoW?r River Summary: - report of plague among lower river First Nations people-the previous winter. Many deaths from disease over the past three years. - letter from Rev. Lucchesi at Holy Cross Mission telling of the plague among the Esquimaux (lnult). describing effons to nurse the sick and assist the dying. and appealing for contributions. Cat. No.: 031 Date: 1902.07.15 Key words: Nafe. Clyde V.; spear head; Dominion Creek; bear Headline: IndLan Spear Head Found Summary: - Clyde V. Nafe finds six Inch spear head ten feet below surface on No. 145 below Lower Discovery. Dominion Creek. - 400 lb. bear k1lled in same locality the previous week. Cat. No.: 032 Date: 1902.07.18 Key words: Isaac (Chie'O. Moosehide, First Nation Headline: Chlf!{ lsaac In San Francisco Summary: - telegram from Chief Isaac and son Waiter to First Nation people of Moosehide states that both were healthy and enjoying SB:D Francisco. 14 Cat. No.: 033 Date: 1902.07.22 Key words: Isaac (Chief): Snowden. R.B.: North American Trading & Transportation Co. Headline: Chtfd lsaac in Seattle Summary: excerpt from the Seattle Post-Intelligencer mentions that Chief Isaac was In SeattIe as the guest of R.B. Snowden of the North American Transportatlon & Trading Co. - gives brief account of Chief Isaac's Importance as an Intennediary between his people and the Canadian government. Cat. No.: 034 Date: 1902.07.23 Key words: Isaac (Chief): Isaac. Walter: Santa Ana (steamer): Northern Commercial Co.: Alaska Commercial Co.: North American Transportation & Trading Co.; Moosehlde; Snowden. R.B.; Sulllvan. "Black"; Klondike: Eagle; Alaska Headline: Chtfd lsaac Due Today - He Had a Grand Visit in Seattle Summary: - Chief Isaac to arrive on one of the mail steamers that day; had travelled back up the coast on the Santa Ana. - Remainder of article a detailed Interview with Chief Isaac taken from the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. - trip had been sponsored by the N.C.Co .. the A.C.Co. and the N.A.T.T. R.B. Snowden. manager ofN.A.T.T .• was hosting the Isaacs while In Seattle. ' - described Isaac as a man of forty and his brother Walter about ten years younger (Earlier article called Walter his ~on.) Chief born at the mouth of the Klondike; Walter born in Eagle. Alaska. - account of the Chiefs trip. stories of his people in Moosehide and the changes they had experienced. and a reunion with a Yukon friend. "Black" Suillvan. on the streets of Seattle. 15 Cat. No.: 035 Date: 1902.01.25 .Key words: Isaac (Chief); Zealandian (steamer); Northern Commercial Co.; Hagenkamp, Louis; McQuesten. Jack; North American Transportation & Trading Company; Moosehide; Dawson (City) Headline: Great Eventfor Isaac - Tells of the Wonders of San Francisco Summruy: . - Chief Isaac returns to Dawson and Moosehide aboard the Zea1andian. Most 'of the article is a rather satlrtcal account of his travels. '!'. - in San FranCisco. Isaac was shown around by Louis Hagenkamp of the Northern Commercial Co. and spent one day with Jack McQuesten. - then spent a few days in Seattle as a guest of the North American Transportation and Trading Co, Cat. No.: 036 Date: 1902.01.21 Key words: Valdez, Meany (Professor), First Nation. caves, canoes Headline: petrified. Alaskans - Subjects of Scientific Investigation Summruy: Professor Meany travelling to Valdez to investigate report of petrtfled First Nation bodies found in a cave by prospectors. Also a number of petrified canoes apparently found as well. Cat. No.: 037 Date: 1902.09.10 Key words: Miller, Edward; First Nation; Cook, Maggie; alcohol Headline: Sold Liquor to Indian Summruy: - Edward Miller convicted pf selling liquor to First Nation woman, Maggie Cook. and sentenced to one month hard labour. 16 Cat. No.: 038 Date: 1902.09.26 Key words: King, M.J.; Chicken Creek, Ak.; Thistle (steamer); mammoth; Museum of Natural History (New York); mining; Alaska Headline: Good Money on Chicken -And Neighbouring Forty Mile Creeks Summary: - an interview with placer miner, M.J. King, about the diggings at Chicken Creek (Alaska) and his own good returns. King was en route to New York City via the Thtstle - final paragraph mentions that King was taking out the teeth and tusks of a mammoth for donation to the Museum of Natural History of New York. Cat. No.: 039 Date: 1902.11.18 Key words: First Nation, women, moccasins Headline: Enterprising Native Daughters Summary: - two FIrst Nation women purchase'a White sewing machine to make moccasins for sale. Cat. No.: 040 Date: 1902.11.26 Key words: First Nation, Peel River, caribou, moose, Dawson (City), hunting Headline: Sold Their Meat Summary: - Peel River First Nation members preparing to return home after selling load of caribou meat at 25 cents per pound. - Trip to Dawson took seven days, much over bare ground. Brought only caribou as there was no moose in that part of the country. 17 Cat. No.: 041 Date: 1902.12.11 Key words: First Nation. Isaac (ChIef). MoosehIde. weather Headllne: Weather Wisdom Summary: - references to Aboriginal weather predIctions and mentions ChIef Isaac's request of blankets and supplles for the First Nation people at MoosehIde. Cat. No.: 042 Date: 1902.12.16 Key words: Isaac (Chief). Canham (Rev.). Fort Selkirk. Fmlayson Lake. Mahoneys. murder Headllne: Isaac is Anxious - Worried About Indian Trouble Summary: - ChIef Isaac Investigating report of First Nation people k11l1ng two white men. Claims First Nation people from regIon near Lake FInlayson. people referred to as Mahoneys. - According to Dr .. Canham at the Fort SelkIrk. missIon. the report of the murder was unconfirmed . . Cat. No.: 043 Date: 1902.12.16 Key words: First Nation. Pelly Banks. Pelly Lakes. fishing. trade Headline: untitled Summary: - short reference that the First Nation people "who are supposed to be concerned tit 'the demons:tration up Pelly way" were of a group from the "other sIde of the mountains" who fish at Pelly Banks and Pelly Lakes In summer. and visit trading posts In area In winter. 18 Cat. No.: 044 Date: 1902.12."17 Key words: Isaac (Chlef).· Pelly HeadUne: Child lsaac Summaty: - Incomplete article referring to Chief Isaac as "the Grand Old Man of the Yukon" and praising him as an emissary to "his less . enlIghtened brethren up the Pelly." Cat. No.: 045 ",! Date: 1902'.12.17 Key. words: First:.Nation. Little Salmon River. Pelly River. NWMP. Snyder (lnsp.). Grabam' (Sgt.). :Begunde. murder . ',:', HeadUne: Summary: Cat. No.: Date: In~tigate The'Report - Police Are Dispatched. to' Pelly Country - Under Instruc~ons;"fr~riilnspector Spyder. Sgt. '"Gr8h8ni sends three men to Investigate reports 'of rrlli·rde:t;".In .. ar~a,·betwe~n Little Sabpon and Pelly Rivers- on 'Noveril.ber,:30th or Dec,ember-lst. - report of band of 200 hostlle -First" Nations .. people· thought to be exaggerate& ~ .. 046 1902.12.18 Key words: First Nation; Sticks; ChUkats; Emmons (Lieut.); de Blondeau. J.H.; stone huts; Russian monuments; trade HeadUne: Those Russian Monumen'is - . Summary:' :-article from the Victoria Colonist occasioned by report in Seattle Post.;Intetllgencer that Lieut. Emmons "of U .S. Army aided by prospector. J.H. de Bkmdeau. located a line of "Russian monumerits" supposedly marking the U.S./Canada border. - monuments were actually ruins of stone huts bullt by Interior "Stick" First Nation where they met the coastal Chllkats 'for trade. 19 The location of huts was on neutral ground about 68 miles from tidewater and 10 miles above tlmberline. - discusses the relations between coastal and interior First Nations including hostlllties, trade relations, establishment of NWMP posts along border and enforcement of Canadian law. - accuses U .S. of using false evidence to support a "notoriously weak case" for setting the location of international border. Cat. No.: 047" Date: 1902.12.18 Key words: First Nation, Snas, Moosehide, wedding Headline: Youth Weds Frosty Age - Old Pop Marries a Young Girl Summary: - account of Aboriginal man of 90 years marrying young woman of 16. Story reportedly told by Snas of Moosehide. Cat. No.: 048 Date: 1902.12.20 Key words: First Nation, Sticks, Chilkats. Headline: Not Monuments But Stone Huts Summary: - an abridged version of the story found in item no. 36. Cat. No.: 049 Date: 1902.12.25 Key words: First Nation; Peel River; Moosehide; Mackenzie River; Isaac (Chief); Webb, Sidney; dog teams; caribou; moose; hunting; NWMP; Smith (Sgt.); Piper (Corp.); Burns (Const.); "Dawson (City); starvation; Klondlke " " ", Headline: Poor La Has To Move On - Crunps Bflfore"a Fire Engine House Summary: - About 100 First Nation people from Peel River area travel to 20 Dawson with moose and caribou for sale. Twenty-five dog teams had already arrived. Four teams hitched in front of the fire hall were a:sked to move elsewhere. - Many First Nations people also arrive in town from up the Klondlke. - Chlef'Isaac reports to. NWMP that First Nations people from Moosehide saved the' Mackenzie River people from starving the previous winter by gifts of game. Reportedly felt that in return, some of meat should be given to his people. Cat. No.: 050 Date: 1902.12.25 Key words: FIrst Nation, Isaac (Chief ), NWMP, Sllas, Moosehlde, Christmas Headline:. ; Yearnsfor Police Band - Moos~hide Chi€fGoes Infor Melody Summary: ~ Article claims Chief Isaac Is angry that the Northwest Mounted Police B~d was unable to play at Moosehl~e on Christmas Day. Cat. No.: 051 Date: 1902.12.27 Key words: FIrst Nation, Fort SelkIrk, Howard (lnsp.); Cuthbert (Major), Begunde, Shorty, 'Pelly Headline: Indian Uprising Fake Summary: - Major Cuthbert announces that report of First Nati()n uprising in Pelly country was without foundation. - Inspector Howard at Fort Selklrk telegrapbedthat he had questioned Shorty and Begunde, the two First Nation people responsible for the report, and they denied knowledge of anything other than what they had heard. !'.,. Cat. No.: 052 Date: 1903.01.03 21 Key words: Isaac (Chief), Klondike Mines Railway, Egan (Corp.), Moosehide Headline: Isaac Asks A Ralluny - Positive Moosehide is Right Terminus Summary: - tongue-m-cheek article regarding a request from Chief Isaac to extend the Klondike Mines RaUway to Moosehide before an upcoming visit by King Edward. Cat. No.: 053 Date: 1903.1.11 Key words: First Nation; Pelly; Fort Selkirk; Shindler, Isaac; Netherland, Carolus; Mahoney, Patrick; Dawson (City), trapping Headline: Wonderful Tale oJ Adventure -A DaJ.Uion Man Clalms to Have Been Captured by the Indians Who Were Credited With the Late Uprlsing. and Held Captive for a Period - Says They Are Planning an Uprising Agalnst the Whole Territory. Summary: - This fictional article details how the author and his partner were trapping in the Pelly country when they were captured by a group of First Nations people known as the Mahoneys, after an Irishman who had married into the group and later became chief. - Before author escaped, he learned that Mahoney people supposedly planned to join with other Yukon First Nations to take over Dawson. Cat. No.: 054 Date: 1903.01.11 Key words: Netherland, Carolus; Mahoney (Chief) Headline: Truth or Fiction Summary: - small item suggesting the previous story by Carolus Netherland was fictional but too good a story not to prtnt. 22 Cat. No.: 055 Date: 1903.01.13 Key words: Isaac (Chief). wireless telegraphy. Moosehlde Headline: He Goes In For Science - Child Isaac Explains the Marconi System:' Summary: - supposedly humorous article at the expense of Chief Isaac's efforts to understand. w1(eless telegraphy and desire to secure a telegraph station at Moosehlde. Cat. No.: 056 Date: 1903.01.23 Key words: FIrst Nation. Isaac (Chief). Tanana. gold Headline: Isaac Has Troubles _ .. Hts· Braves Get Tanana Gold Fever . . Summary: - Chief Isaac reports at pollce· station that many First Nations men thlnklng of going to Tanana·to·seek gold; . Cat. No.: 057 Date: 1903.01.25 Key words: First Nations. Macmlllan River. Mackenzie River. Little Salmon. Headllne: Summary: Selkirk. NWMP. Tantalus detachment. pollce patrol. trapping Indians Frightened - .Trapper.had been spreadlng'a rumour. that·the Mackenzie River First Nation people had threatened to shoot any Selkirk FIrst Nation people trapping on th~. Upper Macmillan River. Unt1llt was learned this was a rumour, Little Salmon people·were afraid to travel to area. - NWMP from Tantalus detachment were patrolllng the Upper Pelly and Macmillan area twice a month. 23 Cat. No.: 058 Date: 1903.01.27 Key words: First Natlon, women, Moosehlde, Egan (Corp.), tennis, Dawson (City) Headline: New Woman Is Evolved - Moosehide Dames Want Tennis Court Summary: - Apparently, two women from Moosehlde spoke to Corporal Egan of the Dawson detachment about establishing a tennis court at Moosehlde. Cat. No.: 059 Date: 1903.01.29 Key words: Isaac (Chief), Moosehlde Headline: Moosehide Chief Is On His Muscle Summary: - Chief Isaac visited the Yukon Sun to complain about the portrayal of his people In the paper. Cat. No.: 060 Date: 1903.01.31 Key words: First Nation, Moosehide, SHas (Chief), Marshall, fishing, Tanana Headline: Silas Taken In By Boston Man Summary: - Silas and other First Nation members had agreed to catch and sell fish to a man named Marshall. Marshall subsequently left for Tanana without paying any of the money he owed. Cat. No.: 061 Date: 1903.02.04 Key words: Collyer, Bert; mastodon; Klondike; mining 24 Headline: Has A Sure Enough Pipe - Collyer Romancing in the East Summary: - journalist Bert Collyer spins tall tales about the Klondlke In the Toronto'M.all and Empire., ' , , " - States that mining operations, uncovered slgns:,'of "an ancient clvllization ... of a very high order" including gold and bronze cOins. Also refers toma$todon'and ,remains of other extinct "animals being found. Cat. No.: 062 Date:' 1903.02.17 Key words: First Nation; Isaac (Chief); Moosehlde; Patterson. W.; Burns (Const.); Tanana; dogs; stampede; theft Headline: Summary: His Trip Postponed-Chll!r.I~, Seizes a Musher's Dog , , - W. Patters on was 'en route to Tan-ana when he was held up at M-oosehlde. A First Nation woman cl~ed'thafone ofth~ dogs on his t€~am was hers. Chief Isaac agree~ and, 'Corpo:raI :Burns had to adjudicate the dispute.' , - mentions tl1a,t many dogs had been stolen; by stampeders in a hurry:to reach Tanana. ' , Cat. No.: ;" 063 Date: 1903.03.05 Key words: Isaac (Chief). Snas (Chief). Tanana. hunting HeadHne: Chlif'Isaac Departs Summary: - Short -item mentioning that Chle( Isaaca~~ Chief Snas had left on,a trip downrlver. While'some speculated tJ:tey were headed for Tanana. local police thought It was' probably ahuntlng trip. Cat. No.: 064 Date: 1903.04.01 25 Key words: Skookum Jim, dredge company, mining, mining claims, Dawson Dally News Headline: Skookum Jim Is The True Ouner - The Dredger Company Have Only-Leased. Hls CLaims As Yet, But May Buy Later Summary: .. Skookum Jini Is correcting Dauson Dally Ner:.us article stating that a dredger company has bought -hIs claims. The company has actu~y leased the claims for three years. All gold exha~ted to be dIvided between the company and Skookum Jim. At the end of three years, the company had first right to purchase the claims. Cat. No.: 065 Date: 1903.04.07 Key words: SUas (Chief), SUas, Kathar1ne; McGUl, George; Moosehlde; Black, George; Wroughton (Capt.); court Headline: Child Silas Wife - Teamster George McGill Charged. With Making Indecent Proposals to Her Summary: . Chief Isaac of Moosehide in police court to charge teamster, George McG1ll with making Indecent proposals to his wife Katharine. Case adjourned for one day until an Interpreter could be found for Mrs. SI,las . . George Black represented Mr. McG1ll and Captain Wroughton sat as magistrate. Cat. No.: 066 Date: 1903.04.07 Key words: First Nation, Alaska Commercial Co., North American Transportation & TradIng Co., Alaska Exploration Co., V.S. government. Alaska, epidemic Headline: untitIed Summary: Item quoted in full: "The Alaska Commercial Company, North American Trading & Transportation Company and Alaska Exploration Company are pressing a claim of $26,900 against the 26 United States government for supplies furnished the Alaska Indians during the epidemic of 1900." Cat. No.: 067 Date: 1903.04.18 Key words: First Nations, potlatch, FortymUe, Moosehide, Peel River, Tanana, Mackenzie River, Charley Creek, Eagle, Isaac (Chief), Silas (Cbief), David, Peter, Louise, hunting, moose, marten, Nation, Ak., trapping Headline: Peter . Gives A Potlatch - High Carnival of Indians at Fortymtle Summary: - description of large potlatch, extending"~ver several days, just ended at FortymUe. - PQtlatchheld to celebrate Peter becommg chief of the FortymUe First Nation~ Petetbecame hereditary chief after the death of his father David. - First Nations people ~tt.ended the potl~tch from Moosebide, Peel River, Mackenzie ·-Riv~r, .. Tanana,' and Charley Creek areas. - Moosehide· representatives included 'Chief Isaac, . Chief snas, and :"Prtncess Louise". - .:: r.,,_. .'. .. .' - Charley Creek:.Fir~t l'J~tion p~ople crurtped ·.on.the;Yukon River a 'short distance above.Nation,:Ak., .From,;this.base,.they' killed 34 moose and·su·pplied 'mucll -of the .meat for the' potlatch. -: report of trapper returning to. Eagle with take org5. marten skins, 'for which he received $600. R~ported that:game fairly plentiful over the past winter. . Cat. No.: 068 Date: 1903.05.15 Key words: Inuit,.NWMP, Constantine (Supt.), Edmonton; Fort.Resolution, Fort McPherson, Mackenzie, River,· .Herschel Island, whalers, Peel River, Porcupine River, police patrol Headline: Police Patrol In Arctic Circle - Northirest Mounted Police to Locate Additional Post in Far North Summary: - report from Ottawa of NWMP patrol activity in far north. '27 Previous year one patrol travelled to Fort Resolution. 300 miles north of Edmonton. - at end of May. Supt. Constantine to.lead party from Edmonton down Mackenzie River to establish police post at Fort McPherson. - states that establishment of post at Fort McPherson would stop debauchery of Inult by American whalers based at Herschel Island. - mentions plans to extend NWMP patrol up Peel River to Yukon watershed to link up with police stationed In Y~kon Territory. Cat. No.: 069 Date: 1903.07.12 Key words: First Nation; Dawson Charlle; Skookum Jim; Hutchi Lake; Miller. R. C.; stampede; gold; Whitehorse. mining claims Headline: Stampede Takes Place To Rich Discovery - Found by Party oj Indians in Which Are Skookum Jim and Dauson Charlle Dj Bonanza Fame. Summary: - report from Wheeler In Whltehorse that party of First Nations people including Dawson Charlle and Skookum. JIm left Whltehorse two weeks ago. They returned July 10 and recorded mining claims on a creek emptying Into Hootchi Lake. - Dawson Charlie showed gold nuggets to mining recorder. R.C. Miller. and told him that prospects on new creek better than those on Bonanza. - Big crowd stampeding to site the following morning. Cat. No.: 070 Date: 1903.07.14 Key words: Dawson Charlle; Lyons. Nat; Hutchi Lake; Caribou (Carcross) Headline: Charlle's Secret Well Protected - Reported Strike on' Creek Emptying into Hootchi Lake May Be an Old One. Summary: - Nat Lyons tells story of beiilg In Caribou (Carcross) the previous year and hearing stories about Dawson Charlie having made "a find" somewhere east of Caribou. Dawson Charlie had backtracked when he suspected he was being followed. 28 Cat. No.: 071 Date: 1903.07.15 Key words: First Nation; Dawson Charlie; Skookum J1m; Hutchi t.3ke; Fourth of July Creek; Ruby Creek; Clossett (steamer); Jackson. JImmle; Weisdepp; Dawson (City); Frank; Wheeler; Lowe. Robert; Whltehorse;' horses; mining cla)ms ' . . , . . Headline: Route to New Diggings Closely Described - Great DemandJor Miners' Licenses at Whitehorse. Crouxls Are Si.mrming to the &ene of the New Strike ' Summary: - Wheeler interviews Weisdepp and McMillan to detail the route to the gold diggings west of Hutchi Lake and the locations of Fourth of July and Ruby Creeks. ' - lists the first claims: Dawson Charlie has discovery claim on, Fourth of July; Jimni1e Jackson, 1 above: Weisdepp. 2 above; Indian Frank, 4 above. On Ruby Creek, Weisdepp and Jackson : " ~. { . .'. have discovery; McMlllan (Jackh '1 above, Indian Frank, 2 above. - M1nlpg ~ecorder l\4111er has sold 124 mining,llceI).~~s since Saturday·~oon. , .- , " . ",: :i:;····. . - steamer Clossett left.·that,cfaY'With Dawson .C1.1arlle's ~horses. - councQlpr Robert Low~ ,receiv~9.,letter from his' bookkeeper, mentioning strike and c::l.emand, for saddle and, pack' horses. Cat. No.: 072 ' Date: 1903.07.15 l' . Key words:, Ftrst Nation, woman, Snas Horse, Moosehide, Tanana, McMillan (Const.), Mapley (Const.), Howard (lnsp.), Thompson (Dr.) Headllne: Ml7.. Horse Beats Mposehlde;Squaw. Summary: - Moosehide First Nation woman beaten by man from Tanana. - NWMP received n~ws that woman 'was dying: a .party consisting of Constables McMillan and Mapley, Inspector Howaid and Dr. Thompson canoed to Moosehide~ ':; - found woman was "not in a dangerous condition though she had received a hard beating." snas Horse taken into custody. 29 Cat. No.: 073 Date: 1903.07.18 Key words: First Nation. woman. Isaac (Chief). Snas (Chief). Tanana Snas. Moosehlde. NWMP. Macaulay (Justice). Dawson (City). court Headline: Mr. Silas Horse Heap Good Advice - Chil!! Isaac Holds Up the Woodpile as a Warning to the Tanana Brave. Summary: - Tanana Snas appeared In Dawson court for beating First Nation woman from Moosehlde. - Justice Macaulay preSided. Chiefs Isaac and Silas acted as Interpreters. Tanana Snas released with a warning. Cat. No.: 074 Date: 1903.07.24 Key words: First Nation; potlatch; Vidette (steamer); Alfred (Chief); McQuesten River; Wood (Major); Congden (Commissioner); Davls (Sgt.); McPherson. A.J.; Caribou Crossing; Whitehorse; Little Salmon; Big Salmon; Pelly; Selkirk; Moosehlde; Fortymile; McQuesten; Dawson (City); disease; reserve; clothing Headline: A Yukon Potlach - The Government Will Give One -All Indians Remembered - The Vidette Starts Soon to Distribute the Goods to Indians in Yukon. Summary: - tells of recent arrival In Dawson of sgt. James W. Davis with Chief Alfred of the McQuesten River Fitst Nation pebple comprising about 75 members. - Chief Alfred wished to learn of his reserve of 40 acres at the mouth of the ~cQuesten· River and was seeking medical assistance for his Sick people. - promises of assistance given by Commissioner Congden and Major· Wood. A.J. McPherson surveying the camping reserve at the mouth of the McQuesten. - also mentions that the (NWMP) steamer Vidette. on her last trip of the season would bring suits of"woolen . underwear. blankets and socks to the various detachments for distribution to First Nations people at Caribou Crossing. Whitehorse. Little and Big Salmon. Pelly and Selkirk. Moosehlde. Fortymile, McQuesten. 30 Cat. No.: 075 Date: 1903.07 :24 Key words: First Nation~ Bompas (BIshop). Fortymile. Caribou (Carcross). resIdential school. chlldren Headllile: Mainly Abc?ut People Summary: Item quoted In full: "Upon hIs return from Fortymile. BIshop Bompas brought a nqmber of IndIan chlldren. who will be taken to Caribou for the winter.·" Cat. No.: 076 Date: 1903.07.26 Key words: Dawson Charlle; Skoo~1Jm Jim; Fourth of July Creek; .Ruby Creek; Anderson. ;Cha.rlle; CJossett (steamer); gold; Mendenhall Landing; TakhInI River; stampede . Headline:· headllne missing Summary: Cat. No.: Date: - (SpecIal to the Sun) stam.peder Charlle Anders.on returns With news from the gold dIggings at Fou~ of July. arid Ruby Creeks. - Dawson Charlle was at dIggings when Ariderson- left. - And~rson . panned in several places and found good prospects but gol i was fine. . - stated that best route to area Is by steamer to Mendenhall Landing th.en across country. SJ ookum Jim was lqcating a new route from the dIggings to the L,andIng. . . - more returnIng stampeders expected on the Clossett that nIght. 077 1903.08.06 Key words: Rampart House; John J. Healy (steamer); Stlckney; Jackson. Charles; Anderson. H.S .. mission. h~nting Headllne: Skeleton Mystery Is Now Explained.~emains Found Near Rampart House Doubtless Those of Man Named. Stlckney 31 Summary: - story from H.S. Anderson. purser of the steamer John J. Hea1y - believes that skeleton found the previous fall near "abandoned missionary post" of Rampart House belonged to a gold seeker named Stlckney. Stickney and his partner. Charles Jackson. were camped at the post. Stickney went out seeking game and never returned. Cat. No.: 078 Date: 1903.08.11 Key words: McPhee. William: McQuesten. Jack: Mayo. AI: Isaac (Chief): Uncle Charley: mastodon: Dawson (City) Headline: Pioneer McPhee Back In DQl..LBon Summary: - William McPhee returns to Dawson for a visit. McPhee was an old timer who supposedly "barbecued a mastodon in honour of the arrival of Jack McQuesten and AI Mayo in the country. they being the first white men he had seen for more than thirty years." - remembers Chief Isaac's Uncle Charley. Cat. No.: 079 Date: 1903.08.12 Key words: Big Sam. NWMP. Dalton Post. McDonald (Capt.). horse Headline: Later NeuB - "Big Sam", the Indian, Who Lost His Life Summary: - First Nation member described as a "Stick Indian". Big Sam. drowns when trying to cross the AIsek River on a horse. - Big Sam had been attached to the NWMP detachment at Dalton Post under the command of Captain McDonald. Cat. No.: 080 Date: 1903.08.29 Key words: Skookum Jim. Bonanza. AIsek. stampede 32 HeadlIne: "Skookum ·Jtm" in Toun Summary: - Skookum Jim in town for several days to look over his interests on Bonanza. - was recently on the Alsek stampede and believed it would be quite a camp. Cat. No.: 081 Date: 1903.09.03 Keywords: fair. fossils. minerals. curios Headline Wtll Form A Feature - Many Mineral Specimens to be Shoun • ••• Curtos and FOSSils Coming tnfrom Creeks. Summary: - solicitations forspeclmens induding fossils and curios from committee planning mineral exhibit at upcomIng fair. Cat. No.: 082 Pate: 1903.09.05 Key words: First Nation. Inuit. MackenzIe River. Constantin~ (Col.). Herschel Island. alcohol Headline: No Ltquor Spld To The Indians - In Vestl9f1lton by Domtnion Official at Mouth of·Mackenzie Proves Charges Baseless . Summary: - brief.~soCiat~d pi~~s report from w~~i~~g. statlrig that Colonel Constantine had recently returned from hIs trip to north to investigate charges of whalers at Herschel Island debauching First Nations and Inult people. ... .; found·no whalers and states charges of selling liquor were "not correct."- Cat. No.: 083 Date: 1903.09.11 Key words: First NatIon. Isaac (Chief). fair. Yukon Horticultural Association. 33 curios Headllne: headllne cut off page Summary: - lengthy article detailing the results of the Yukon Horticultural AssocIation fall fair. Includes prizewinners for best collections of IndIan curios, IndIan baskets, Imported IndIan curios, and "best collection exhibIted by Indians" won by ChIef Isaac. Cat. No.: 084 Date: 1903.09.11 Key words: Isaac (ChIef) Headllne: Hls Reason Unique - Chlfd Isaac Tells Why He Wears Mournlng Band Summary: - silly little non-story, the gist being that Chief Isaac felt he could wear whatever he wanted. Cat. No.: 085 Date: 1903.09.15 Key words: First Nation, dogs, hunting. game regulations. NWMP Headllne: Lau:s Are Stringent - Severe Penalties for Thelr Infraction - Provisions Regarding Game - Reports Must Be Made to Police, Who Are Game Wardens of the Terrltory - Dogs and Indians are Tabooed. Summary: - detail~d summary of the territory's game regulations. - as well as much other information, mentions that the NWMP were game wardens, no dogs to be used in hunting, and strictly against the law for First Nations people to be hired to assist in hunting. Cat. No.: 086 Date: 1903.09.20 34 Key words: First Nation: Dawson CharUe: Skookum Jim. WInesdippe. Billy: McMillan. Jack: Alsek: Ruby Creek: gold: Ellis. H.: mlnlng claims: stampede: horses: trall Headllne: mIssing. top of page cut off SuDUl1alY: - interview with H. Ems about actiVity at the gold diggings In -the Alsek area Including work at the diggings; traU conditions and people _coming and going: - on their return. met 143 people-going Into the diggings. - mentioned that Tagish CharUe or Dawson CharUe had offered Billy WInesdippe and Jack McMillart. Joint owners of discovery on Ruby. $1000 each for their Interest In the claim. They turned him down. - Tagish CharUe and Skookum Jim took a party of relatives to the country on horseback -and the whole outfit staked claims. - a party of "British Columbia halfbreeds" tracked the First Nations peopie to the-diggings. - Cat. No.: 087 Date: -1903.09.26 Key words: First Nations. Fort McPherson;'- NWMP. whalers. whisky. alcohol. tourism. furs. trade- Headllne: missing Summary: - article discussing the growth and development of the northwest. - discusses the lmm1nence of tourism In the north and estimates the cost of a- trip from Edmonton to Fort McPherson as costing $400 "without luxuries-." - mentions a detaU of mounted poUce had recently-left Edmonton "to put --an end to the nUcit trade which Is being carned on between United States- whalers and the Indians on the Arctic coast in whiskey and furs." - estabUshIng most northerly poUce post in North America. Cat. No.: 088 Date: 1903.10.01 35 Key words: Skookum Jim, Alsek, Ruby Creek, Fourth of July Creek, boller, mining, mining claims, Dawson (City) Headline: Boiler Goes to Alsek Diggings - Brought in by "Skookum Jim" Who Will Open Up Every CLaim He Ouns. Summary: Skookum shipping a boiler from Dawson to the Alsek region to "open up every claim he owns. I!. Cat. No.: 089 Date: 1903.10.25 .' Key words: First Nation, Edward Henderson, Thornburg Peterson, Willlam Meehan, Mud Lake, Joe, Dawson (person), Jim Nantucket, McClintock River, murder Headline: Five Years Ago The Past Week. .. Locals CulledJrom Midnight Sun of Issue of October 22, '98. Summary: - four death penalties to be executed on Nov. 1, 1898: Edward Henderson convicted of murdering his partner Thornburg Peters on on Mud Lake; and three First Nations men-Joe, Dawson and Jim Nantucket-convicted of murdering Will1am Meehan on the McClintock River. Cat. No.: 090 Date: 1903.10.29 Key words: First Nation, Henry Phillips, Tanana, Haines Mission, Fort Reliance, Dawson(Clty) Headline: From Tanana Summary: item quoted in full: "Henry PhilUps, the only Indian printer west of Carlisle, Pa., is again in Dawson, having arrived from the Tanana country, whither he journeyed in March, last Sunday. "Honest Henry," as he is known from Halnes Mission to Fort Reliance, is well educated and highly thought of by all who know him, and especially is he popular with the newspaper fraternity." 36 Cat. No.: 091 Date: 1903.11.03 Key words: First Nations. Moosehide. NWMP. clothing. Yukon Territory Headline: Heap Much Clothingfor Yukon Reds Summary: - Major Wood distributes blankets. underwear. socks and stockings (40 sets of each) to First Nation~ people at Moosehide. - police had distributed 200 pairs of these items to First Nations people throughout the territory. Cat. No.: 092 Date: 1903.11.17 Key words: First Nations. Peel River. caribou. Twelvemile. Klondike. dogs. Headline: ~ Summary: Cat. No.: Date: Dawsc; n (City). hunting·. . Peel River Indians. Here -.Brlng Several Tons of Caribou" - Came By Way Of Tux!lvemtle - Found Ready Salefor Thelr Meat, Whlch Conslsted Only of Cholcest Parts - Report Game Plentiful -Indians and Dogs Looking Well. - the previous day. two dozen or more Peel River First Nations people .arriyed ··in Dawson' with twenty sleds of caribou meat. each sleer'being pulled by five dogs. . - - had trayelled by way of Twelvemile instead' of their usual route down the Klondike .. ' . - hunters remarked that game plentiful on the headwaters of the Twelvemile and had cached much of meat to bring home on return Journey. People and dogs looked healthy and prosperous. 093 1903.11.19 Key words: First Nation, Blackstone River, Peel River. Amos, Fort McPherson. Church of England. mission. Yukon River, toboggans Headline: Peel River Indians Are Good - Entire Tribe Belongs to Church of 37 England - Leader a Teacher S~n1JmiIY: - interview with Arnos, leader of the party of First Nation (Peel River) people from the Blackstone River. - Amos stated he attended the Church of England mission at Fort McPherson, learned how to write with the "Indian bible, hymn book and prayer book." - Yukon River ice had worn out the bottom of their toboggans, were returning to the Blackstone as soon as new toboggans made. Cat. No.: 094 Date: 1903.11.22 Key words: First Nation, Isaac (ChieO, Peel River, Stroller, hunting Headline: The Stroller Summary: - paragraph in which Chief Isaac supposedly bemoaned the inactivity of his hunters compared to the Peel First Nation hunters. o Cat. No.: 095 Date: 1903.11.25 Key words: First Nation; Tagish; En'lma Nott (steamer); Dixon, Thomas; John; Dawson (City); Whitehorse, court . Headline: Indians In Trouble - Over Alleged Broken Contract - Sailors on EmmaNott Summary: - two Tagish First Nations men, Thomas Dixon and John, stranded in Dawson after working on the (steamer) Emma Nott on her last trip of the season. - the men claimed that they had been hired with understanding that they were to be returned to Whitehorse; seeking help from the courts in getting home. Cat. No.: 096 Date: 1903.12.04 38 Key words: First Nation; Mackenzie River; LaPeirrea •. Thomas; disease; tuberculosis; St. Mary's hospital Headline: Whiteman's Medicine - Failed to Cure Little IndLan Boy - From Mackenzte River - Pathetic Death at St. Mw-y's Hospital Yesterday of Native Son of Arctic Region - Was Happy When Snow Came - Expected Hls Father. Summary: - ten year old First Nation boy.·Thomas LaPeirrea. was brought to St. Mary's hospital from the Mackenzie River area suffering ·from tuberculosis. - boy claimed his father would cpme to get him whel1 the snow fell. Boy contracted tuberculosis mengetis (meningitis?) and died the day before after sey~ral operations~ Cat. No.: 097 Date: 1903.12.23 Key words: Ftist Nation. Peel River. Moosehide~ Tanana, Mackenzie River, Fortyrnlle; caribou,. Christmas, dog teams, hunting . "' Headline: Moosehides To Entertain _. Frien.cP.y Trlbesmer:t Are . Gathering-P~ls Arripe Full Handed ---8r;lng.All The~r SquCILIB and Papo.qses and Heavy Consignment of Caribou Meat - Others Expei;tedfrom ·McKenzte ~iver and Tap.ana. Summary: - nearly two ·hundred. First Nations people from Peel River arrived to spend Christmas with the First Nation people at Moosehide on Dec. 21st. Brought forty to fifty dog teams with nearly four tons of hindquarters of caripou. - other First Nation people expected from the Mackenzie River, Fortyrnile and the Tanaria.· . Cat. No.: 098 Date: 1903.12.24 Key words: First Nation; Peel River; McDonald, Joe; Dawson (City) Headline: Joe M'Donald's IndLwt Brother - Fraternalism Is Recognized and Respected By Member of Peel Rlver !ribe. Summary: - Peel River First Nation man bought a K. ofP. (Knight of Pythias) badge at Dawson jewellery store and is told by storekeeper that this makes him a member of the fraternal order. Cat. No.: 099 Date: 1903.12.24 Key words: First Nation. woman. Louisa. Moosehide Headline: Hester Pryne Of Moosehlde - Sad. Story of an Indian MaLden Summary: - according to story. part white First Nation woman named LouIsa. is ostracized by First Nations people at Moosehide for consorting with white men. Cat. No.: 100 Date: 1903.12.27 Key words: First Nation: Isaac (Chief); Moosehide; Fortymile; Peel River: Mackenzie River: PhilUps. Henry: alcohol: Christmas: dance: Dawson (City) Headline: Dance Goes Merrily On -Indians at Moosehide Celebratlng - The Glad Christmas Time - Our Neighbours Are Assisted by McKenzles. Peels "and Fortymiles - Chi'if Isaac Invites Hls Frlends But Asks That They Bring No Booze. Summary: - continuation of the Christmas festivities at Moosehide. Chief Isaac invites "all well-behaved Dawsonites" to the dance with the stipulation that they bring no whisky. - other guests at Moosehide include First Nations people from Peel River. Mackenzie River. Fortymile and some from outsIde including printer Henry Phillips. Cat. No.: 101 Date: 1903.12.30 Key words: First Nation, Isaac (Chief). Peel River. Mackenzie River. Silas 40 (Chief), Totty (Rev.), dance, wedding, Christmas Headline: Dance Goes Merrily On-Moosehldes and Guests Celebrating Summary: - Christmas festivities continue at Moosehide in honour of visitors from Mackenzie and Peel Rivers, dances every night at home of Chief Silas until two·days after New Year's. - Rev. Totty marries one young couple from Peel River and two more couples to be married. - Chief Isaac made everyone welcome, lots of caribou stew, presents for whit~s as well.as First Nation' visitors. Cat. No.: 102 Date: 1903.12.30 Key words: First .. Nation; ·M.oosehlde;. Isaac (Chief); McRae, n.M.; Newman, W1ll1am; Moe, John: dance; caribou . Headline: Viking' Pigeon Wing - Moosehldes and Thelr Guests Are ShoWl New Step. Summary: - visitors to Moosehlde' the previous evening Included n.M. McRae, . ·W1ll1am ~e:wman.: and: Jphn Moe. . - at urging of Chief Isaac, J9hn Moe demqIistrates a dance "from the. Viking:lang. It: . . Cat. No~: 103 Date: 1903.12.30 Key words: First Nation; Moosehlde; Peel River; Fortymile; Pelly River; Mackenzie River; Tanana; PhHllps; Henry; NewmaJl;' AuditOrium; dance; parade; Dawson (City) : Headline: DClLlBonites To Be Entertained - Manager Neuman of Auditorium . ArrangesJor Grand Indian Carniool. Summary: - on New Year's night, manager Newman of the Auditorium had arranged for First Nations people visiting Moosehlde to demonstrate their regional dances after a grand parade throughout Dawson. 41 Cat. No.: Date: - the dancers to include First Nations people from Pelly River. Peel River. Fortymlle. Tanana, Mackenzie River, and Henry Ph1lllps of the Chilkats. "Dawsonites w1ll never again have the opportunity of witnessing such another unique entertainment." 104 1904.01.01 Key words: First Nation; Moosehlde; Peel River; Fortymile; Pelly River; Mackenzie River; Tanana; Ph1ll1ps. Henry: AuditOrium; dance; Dawson (City) Headline: Great Show For Tonight - Seven Indian Tribes at Auditorium Summary: - a reprise of the previous article urging Dawsonites to attend the First Nations entertainment at the Auditorium that night. Cat. No.: 105 Date: 1904.01.02 Key words: First Nation. Eagle. Uncle Charley. Moosehide, Auditorium Headline: Uncle Charley Up From Eagle -Indian Patriarch of Yukon Valley Returns to Moosehide Home. Summary: - First Nations elder, Uncle Charley, travelled from Eagle to take part in festivities at the Auditorium. Said to be nearly 100 years old and a Christian. Cat. No.: 106 Date: 1904.01.02 Key words: First Nation; Moosehide; Peel River; Mackenzie River; Tanana; Pelly River; Amos; Phillips. Henry: dance; Auditorium Headline: Native Sons and Daughters - Entertain Full House Last Night - In Various Tribal Dances 42 Summary:. - First Nations show at the Auditorium was such a success that it was to be held over for another night. - nearly 100 First Nations people took part in the festivities and Chllkat man, Henry Philllp~ .. acted as master ·of ceremonies. - desc;:rIption of some of th~ dances . . Cat. No.: 107 Date: 1904.01.03 Key words: First Nation, Peel River, caribou, Gravel Lake, Dawson (City), hunting Headline: .Indian Hunters - Supply DClUBon. With Much of Her Caribou Meat Summary: Cat. No.: Date: "~ ; . - First Nations hunters from Peel River provide Dawson with most of its caribou meat that 'Winter.. . -·hundreds 'of animals killed in the Gravel Lake country early in the season and sold on the creeks. . - few loads ofmeat:brought in' by white hunters·. 108 1904'.01.05 Kc:y wo~ds: FirstN.ation, Peel.River, iVIoosehide, Cl1ristmas Headline: Peels Leave For Home - Had Ttw Full and Happy Weeks Of Htyu Time. Summary: - Peel River Indians leave for home after two week visit at Moosehide over Christmas holidays. Cat. No.: 109 Date: 1904.01.12 Key words: First Nation; Brain; Fraser Falls; Stewart River; dog teams; . disease; Murray. MIke; mining; gold; snowshoes; Dawson (City). hunting 43 Headline: From Above Fraser Falls - White and Indians Come to Dau:son - Cover Trip OJOver 300 Miles Summary: - arrtvalIn Dawson of white man named Brain and four First Nation companions from the First Nations village 90 miles above Fraser Falls. - they report considerable sickness among First Nations people In that area, death of two women and two boys of "la grippe". - game was plentiful in area. - one miner, Mike Murray, has found fme gold ten miles further up south fork of Stewart River. The party travelled 300 miles in eight days, travelllrig first 100 miles on snowshoes. Brought several dog teams in order to haul back supplies. - Brain and two First Nations men to return the next day, two other young men to remain in Dawson for medical treatment. Cat. No.: 110 Date: 1904.01.28 Key words: First Nation, Moosehide. moose. hunting Headline: Moose Pasture Close to Town -An Indian Kills a Moose Within City Limits oJ M oosehide. Summary: - the previous day, a First Nation man killed a moose within sight of Moosehide. Cat. No.: III Date: 1904.02.02 Key words: mastodon; Umiak; Frizell. Dr. J.P. Headline: Sounds Very Much Like A Fairy Tale - Mastodons Claimed to Be Running at Large in Alaskan Territory Summary: - Dr. J. P. Frizell found large circular tracks on Umlak Island in the Aleutian chain, which he claimed could only have been made by a mastodon. 44 Cat. No.: 112 Date: 1904.02.09 Key words: First Nation; Teslln Lake; gold; DrInkwater. John; Morrtson. William; quartz Headline:' Grecit Quartz'Find Noted -Alleged to Be Near Tesltn Lake­ Ouners Are Springing Up SUIDIDa.IY: - John Drlnkwater found "remarkable strike: of gold-bearing rock" near Teslin Lake. ' , - letter to the Toronto Globe from Llewellyn Morrison claimed that his uncle. William Morrtson. had already discovered that deposit In 1861. Had travelled to area via the Stikine River with two First Nations men. - discover~d rich quartz veins In canyon near Teslln Lake and the men, stayed there over the winter. earning $50 per day "with pestle and mortar~" Cat. No.: 113 Date: 1904.02.20 Key words: First Nation; Swinehart. 'W~H.; Bullion Creek; Kluane; dog teams; Selkirk; Alsek; ,Whltehorse. trail Headllne: Short Cut To Alsek Diggings - TraLl Being Built From Selkirk - By CitiZens of That ToUX1. SUIDIDa.IY: - submitted article from W.H. Swlnehart - citizens of Selkirk 'have hired two white men and two First Nations men with dog teams to blaze a trail from Selkirk to Bullion Creek In the' Kluane' regIon. - based on information from,First Nations people. believe the trail to be fifty miles shorter than route from Whitehorse. - expected trail to be open for use by March 1st. 45 ADDENDUM Cat. No.: 114 Date: 1902.06.12 Key words: First Nation; Fort Yukon. Woodlin (Rev. L.J.H.); Ketterer. G.A.; missionary; Crow RIver;-Porcuplne River; ship; North American Transportation & Trading Co. Headline: Petrified Shlp Often Seen By Indians - They Have Described. It to Men Whose Word Cannot Be Doubted - Lies at the Base of a Mountain Where It Meets a Barren Plateau. Summary: - Rev. L.J.H. WoodUn. the Episcopal missionary at Fort Yukon. and G.A. Ketterer. bookkeeper for the North American Trading and Transportation Cornpany at that community. pass on Aboriginal reports of a large "petrified ship" on a plateau at the headwaters of the Crow River. which is a tributary of the Porcupine River. - article goes on to give description of the ship. its size (about 1000 feet long). and account of associated items. 46 INDEX A . .Al.aska ................ . Alaska Cominerclal Co! Alaska Exploration Co. ,alcohol ..... Alfred (Cblef) Alsek Am.os ....... . Anderson" Charl1e . . . . . . . . . Anders9D, H.S-. . . .0 ....... . Atl1n Lake Auditorium .. B bear Beg1:l:iJ.de I;Ug, Sabnon B.g,S~'''" .' .. ' ... Blac;k, Ge~rge .", .. Blackstone River ',boner ....... ~ . . . ·0· ,. . . .. .. . 1,29,34,38 22,25,26,34,66 ............ . 66 27,37,82,87,100. .............. 74 79,80,86,88,113 . .......... 93, 106 . . . . .. I· . . . . ... 76 . .... . 77 · . . . . . . . . . . . 6 103-106 .... . 31 45,51 ...... . 74 79 65 93 88 BQmpas (Blshop) Bonanza·.·· .. ';- , .. ' -~-.~ .... ,. . ....... . . .;'. · ......... . 75 BradIiobar :·:'H. B(ai.n ... ..... . Bull10h Creek Bums (Const.) C Canham (Rev.) canoes carlbpu Caribou (Carcross) CarlbouCrosslng Carmack caves Charley Creek Chicken Creek, Ak. . . .~. . . . . ... chlldren ........ . . '. . . . '. ;. . . 11, 21, 27, 69, 80 · .. . . . . . '. . '. . . 7 109 113 .. ,49, 62 ...... . 42 · ......... . 36 13.14.17,40,49.70.74,75,92,97,101,107 : 47 70.75 74 21 36 67 38 22,75 Chilkats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 46. 48. 103 Christmas ................................. 50. 97. 100. 101. 108 Church of England . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 Close (Steward) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ~ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Clossett (steamer) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71. 76 clothing .................................... . . . . . . . . . . . 74. 91 Collyer. Bert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Congden (CommissIoner) ...................................... 74 Constantine (Col.) ........................................... 82 Constantine' (Supt.) ........................... ' ............... 68 . Cook, Magg-Ie ........................................................................... 37 copper .. 'I .......................................................................................... 7 court ........................................... 58. 65. 73. 95 Crow River .......................................... ~ . . .. 114 Cuthbert (Major) ................................... ' ......... 51 D Dalton. Jack ..................................... '. . . . . . . . . . 3. 7 Dalton Post ........................................... 3. 7. 79 Dalton Trall .............................................. 3. 7 dance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100-104. 106 David .............................................. " ...... 67 Davis (Sgt.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Dawson (CIty) .. 1. 2. 5. 13. 14. 24.26.35.40. 49. 53. 58. 71. 73. 74. 78. 88. 90.92. 95. 98, 100. 103. 104. 107. 109 Dawson (person) .................. ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8. 9. 89 Dawson Charlle (see also Tagish Charlle) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 69-71, 76. 86 Dawson Dally News .............................. '. . . . . . . . . . . 64 de Blondeau: J.H ............................................ 46 disease. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 28. 30. 74. 96. 109 DIxon. Thomas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 dog teams ..................................... 49.97. 109. 113 dogs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 14. 62. 85. 92 DOminion Creek . .'. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .'. . . . . '. 31 dredge company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Drtnkwater. John . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 112 Dugas (Judge) .............................................. 9 E Eagle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 34. 67. 105 Edmonton .......................................... ~.... 68, 87 Egan (Corp.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52. 58 48 Ell1s', H. . ............... . Emma Nott (steamer) ..... . Emmons (Lieut.) epidemic execution ..... . F fair . 86 95 46 66 8,9 . ....... 81, 83 .......... . 42 Finlayson Lake FIrst Nation fishing . ~ ..... . 1, 3-10, 13-15, 19, 20, 22-24, 32, 36, 37, 39-43, 45-51, 53, 56-58, 60, 62, 66, 67, 69, 71-75, 79, 8_2, 83, 85, 86 .. ·89, 90, 93-110,112,113,114 . . . . . . . .. 3, 20, 43, 60 flood ........ . Fort McPherson Fort Reliance Fort.Resolutlon ~ . -Fort Selkirk .(see also Selkirk) Fort Yukon FortYmlle ......... . faSslls. ,.: ~ . Fotirih of·July Creek Fran.k": .. " ... Fraser Falls furs . ~ ..... G game regulations ·gold ........ . Gnmam (Sgt.) . . . . . Gravel Lake ..... . Great Slave Lake H Hagenkamp, Louis Halnes Mission Hanley, F:B. Harper (Sheriff) Heriderson, Edward . Herschel Island Holy Cross Mission . . . .. " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 13, 68, 87, 93 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 . . . . . . . ., . . " ....... . 68 · ..... 42, 51, 53 • •• ' •••••••• ", 11,4 6, 22, 67, 74,.·75·;·97, 100, 103, 104- . . . .". · .. , .... " .. 11, 81 . . . . . . . . . .' . . . . . . . . .,. 71, 76, 88 8,71 109 . . . . . ..87 · .... 85 16,26,56,61,64,69,71,76,77,86,109,112 49 . ........... ~ . . 45 107 · ..... 5 35 90 29 .8 8,9 2,68,82 · .... 30 horse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 72. 73. 79 horses """" ................... " ........................ 71,86 Howard (Insp.) ................................ ' ... ~ . . . . . . 51. 72 huntlng ....... 13.14.17.40.49.63,67,77.85.92.94.97.107. 109. 110 Hutchi Lake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 69-71 H uxley (Rev.) .............................................. 22 I ice-fishing ................................................ 20 Inuit ........................................... 28. 30. 68, 82 Isaac (Chief) . 17. 23-26. 32-35. 41, 42. 44. 49. 52. 56. 62. 63. 67. 73. 78. 83. 84.94.100.101.102 Isaac. Walter ........................................ "... 25. 34 J Jackson. Charles ........................................... 77 Jackson, Jimmie ..................................... " ...... '71 Jackson, Jimrny . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I, 6 . James Donville (steamer) ...................................... 7 Jim ..................... 3. 8, 9, 21, 27, 64, 69, 71, 76, 80, 86, 88, 89 Joe .............................................. 8. 9, 89, 98 John ....................................... 5,77.95. 102. 112 John J. Healy (steamer) ...................................... 77 Juneau ....... """""""." ..... ".""".""" ... ,,.,,""""",, ..... ,,.,," 6 K Ketterer, G .A. " . " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " . . " " " " " " " " " " " " " "" 114 King. M.J. ................................................ 38 Klondike ........................................ 34.49.61.92 Klondike Mines RaUway ...................................... 52 Klondike River ....................................'...... 15. 17 Kluane. " " " " .. " " ,'" " " " " " " " .... " " " " " .. " " " " .... " " " " " " . " " .... " ". 113 Kolteen. Albert .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Konnuk .................................................. 28 L LaPeirrea. Thomas ...................................... ' .... 96 liquor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37. 82 Little Salmon ........................................ 45. 57. 74 Little Salmon River . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 50 Loulsa ..... Loulse Loulse (steamer) Lowe. Robert Lucchesl (Rev. J. L.) Lyons. Nat Macaulay (Justice) 99 23.67 23 71 30 70 73 · . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 13, 14 Mackenzie Mountains Mackenzie River M~cmlllan River 15.49.57.67.68.82.96.97.100.101.103.104.106 Mahoney (Ghtef) ..... . Mahoney. Patrtck .... . Mahoneys Malcolm (U.S. Comm1ss1oner) mammoth ~apiey (Const.J Marshall . . . . ... m~en Martin. Ike ....... . ma$todo~ . May West. (steam,er) ·McCllntock River McDonald (Capt.). M~bona.ld~· Joe ...... . McMillan (Const)­ McNealts. Ed· McPhee •. W1ll1am McPherson. A.J. McQuesten ..... McQuesten. Jack McQuesteIi River .. McRae. D.M~ Meany.(Prpfessor) Meehan. W1ll1am .. Mendenhall Landing Miller. Edward Miller. R. c. minerals mining ..... . mining claims . mission ..... . .;... . . . . . .' . . . . . .' . . ;" . . :. 57 54 53 42.53. . 3 12.38 :72 60 67 .7 12. 16. 18. 61. 78. 111 •. !. 1 . • • • • • • • • • • . • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • . 8', -89 ·0 • • • • •• .'~ .... 79 98 72 .6 78 .... ~: .. ,: . '. . . . . ". . . .' · . . . . '. 74 . .... 35. 74. 78. 35.78 . . . . .- . 74 .102 36 .8 76 37 ·69 81 · .... 18.38.61. 64. 69. 71.86. 88. 109 64. 69. 71. 86. 88 30.42.77.90.93 51 missionary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 22. 77. 114 moccasins ................................................ 39 Moe, John .......................................... ' ... .. 102 moos~ ................................... 13. 15. 40. 49. 67. 110 Moosehide .. 19.23.26,32,34,35,41,47,49,50,52,55,58-60,62,65,67, 72-74,91,97,99,100-106,108,110 Morr1son, W1ll13l1l .......................................... 112 Mud Lake (Marsh Lake) ...................................... 89 murder ....................................... 8, 10,42. 45. ·8'9 Murray, Mike ................ , ..................... . ' .... .. 1'09 Museum of Natural History (New York) ............................ 38 musk oxen ................................................. 5 N Nafe. Clyde V ............................................... 31 Nantucket, Frank ............................................ 8 Nantucket. J1m . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Nantucket. Joe ........................................ ' ...... 8 Nation. Ak. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 Netherland. Carolus ...................................... 53. 54 New York ............................................... 5. 38 Newman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 102. 103 Newman. W1ll13l1l ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 102 Nome .................................................... 28 North American Transportation & Trading Co ............. 25.34.66. 114 Northern Commercial Co. ............................ 25. 26. 34. 35 NWMP .. " ............ 16.22.45.46.49.50.57.68.72-74,79.85.87.91 P parade .................................................. 103 Patterson. W ............................................... 62 Peel River. 14. 15. 40. 49. 67. 68. 92-94. 97. 98. 100. 101. 103. 104. 106-108 Pelly . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 43-45. 51. 53. 57. 74. 103. 104. 106 Pelly Banks ............................................... 43 Pelly Lakes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Pelly River .................................... 45.' 103, 104. 106 Peter ......................... ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 Peterson. Thornburg ... ' ....................................... 8 Phill1ps. Henry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 100. 104. 106 p~ot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1. 4 Piper (Corp.) ............................................... 49 Point Saftey ............................................... 28 52 polJce patrol Porcupine ·River potlatch Q quartz .R Rampart. Ak. Rampart House Rea. John reindeer reserve. residential school robbery Royal (NWMP) . Ruby Creek Russian monuments S St. Mary's hospital St. Mlchae1. . . . . . ; . . ", . salrilon ... . . " . Santa Ana(~teamer) Sarah (steamer) Selkfrk (see also For:t Selkirk) Shindler. Isaac ship· shooting Shorty sickness Snas . .; . Snas (Chief) Snas Horse ...... . Snas. Katharlne ..... . Sltka skeleton Skookunl JIm Smith (Sgt.) Snowden. R.B. snowshoes Snyder (lnsp.) . .'. . . . . ,'"' ... 57.68 68. 114 67.74 112 ·29 77 5 7 74 75 27 22 71. 76. 86. 88 . . .. . . . . . . 46 .96 1. 26 ..... 3 •. 45.57~74 34 ........ 25. 26 42.51.53.57.74.113 ...... . 53 ...... 114 .... ,.3,7 .. 51 · .... 109 19.47.50.60.63.65,67.72.73.101 '. . . 19. 60. 63. 67. 73 •. 101 72. 73 .. 65 .:.7 6. 77 ..... 21.27.64.69.71.76.80.86.88 ............ 49 33~34 · .... 109 · ..... 45 53 spear head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 stanlpede . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 62, 69. 76. 80. 86 starvatlon . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 6, 49 steamer ............... 1.4.7.23.25.26.34.35.38.71.74.76.77.95 Stewart River ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 109 Stlc'kn.ey .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 77 Sticks ................................................................................................ 46, 48 stone huts ............................................. 46. 48 Stroller .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ".. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 94 Sullivan. ,"Black" . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . '. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .'. . . 34 SwIIlehart, W.H. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 113 T Taglsh ........................................... 8. 21. 86. 95 Taglsh Charlle (see also Dawson Charlle) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21. 86 Takh1n1 River ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Taku Inlet ........................"......................... 6 Tanana ............... 56.60.62.63.67.72.73.90.97.103.104.106 Tanana Snas .............................................. 73 Tantalus detachment ......... " ............................... 57 tennis ................................................... 58 Teslln Lake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 112 theft ................................................... 7. 62 Thistle (steamer) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Thompson (Dr.) ............................................ 72 toboggans .......................................... 14. 15. 93 Totty (Rev.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 101 tourism .................................................................................................... 87 trade ......................................... 3. 13. 43. 46. 87 trall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 3. 7. 86. 113 trapping ............................................. 53.57.67 tu berculosls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Twelvemile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 U Umiak •.................................. '. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. III UJ)cle Charley .......................................... 78. 105 V Valdez ................................................... 36 Victoria Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 54 Vidette (steamer) W weather wedding Weisdepp whalers Wheeler ........ . whisky .. White River Whltehorse WlndyArm Wlnesdippe, Blly wireless telegraphy woman women Wood (Major) Woodlin (Rev. L.J.H.) Wroughton (Capt.) Y Yukon Act . ' .... Yukon Horticultural Association Yukon River ....... . Yukon Territory Z '. . . . . . ,; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 · .... 7, 41 19, 47, 101 · ..... . 71 68,82,87 69,71 87, lOO .... 7, 10 69, 71. 74, 95, 113 · ....... 6 ..... . 86 55 19,37,47,58,62,72,73,99 24,39,58,109 ........... 74 . . . . . . . . . . .. 114 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 ...... 2 · ..... . 83 4,67,93 ..... 2, 68, 91 Zealandian (steamer) ••••••• 1 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 35 55 Appendix to THE YUKON SUN Index Issues Available in Yukon Archives (yA) Holdings The Yukon Archives does not have a complete set of issues for this paper. Below is a list:of all the papers checked during this project. While most of the existing newspapers can be found on Yukon Archives microfilm series N-7; some issues are only available as original.editions which are listed as "hard copies." The hard copies are kept in the Yukon Archives newspaper files. The first column. shows the date by year, month, and day.and the second column shows -the volume and edition number where available. Note: 8 indicates that the tops of pages 1 and 2 are missing meaning that· some of the contents as well as the volume and issue numbers may not be shown . • means that this issue is available only as a original hard copy. 1898, Yukon Midnight Sun, weekly 18980611 18980620 18980704 ,18980711 18980718 18980808 18980815 18'980822 18980'827 18980903 18980910 18980917 Vo1.1, #1. Vo1.1, #2. Vot1,:#4. Vo1.1, #5.; Vo1.1, #6. VoLI, #9. Vo1.1, #10. Vo1.1, #11'. Vol.1, #12. Vo1.1, #13. Vol.1, #14. Vo1.1, #15. l\U~FILM: unless stated otherwise 1899, weekly, reel#l 18990103 18990110 18990117 18990124 18990425 Vol.1, #31. Vol.1, #32. Vo1.1, #31[sic] , Vo1.1, #32 Vo1.1. 18980924 18981001 18981008 18981015 18981022 189810~~ 18981104 18981118 18981125 18981202 18981209 18981220: 18990606 18991003 18991230 . ';'" Vo1.1~ #16. VoI.1,#17·. VoI.1;#18. Vo1.1~ #19 .• VoI.1"#20' •. VoLI,.#21. VoI.1,.#22. Vo1.1, #24+ Vol.1, #25+ Vol.1, ,#26. Vol.1, #27. Vol.1, #29. Vol.1, #51. Vol.2, #15. Vol.2, #25. missing issue Appendix to the Yukon Sun Index 1 1900, mostly weekly 19000102 Vo1.2,#26 19000106 Vo1.2,#27 19000109 Vo1.2,#28 19000116 Vo1.2, #28 [ sic] 19000123 Vo1.2,#29 19000130 Vo1.2, #30 19000131 Vo12, #30 extra ed. 19000206 Vo1.2, #31 19000213 VoL2, #32 19000220 Vo1.2,#33 19000227 Vo1.2, #34 19000306 Vo1.2, #35 19000313 Vo1.2, #36 19000320 Vo1.2, #37 1901, weekly, YA reel #1A 19010105 19010112 19010119 19010126 19010202 19010209 19010216 19010223 19010302 19010309 19010316 19010323 19010330 19010403 19010406 19010410 19010413 19010417 19010420 19010424 19010427 190f0501 19010504 19010508 Vo1.3,#46 Vol.3, #46 [sic] Vol.3, #46 [sic] Vol.3, #46 [sic] Vol.3, #46 [sic] Vol.3, #47 Vol.3, #35 [sic] Vol.3,#36 Vol.3, #37 Vol.3,#38 Vol.3,#39 Vol.3,#40 Vol.3,#41 Vol.3, #42 Vol.3,#43 VoL3, #43 [sic] Vol.3,#44 Vol.3,#45 Vol.3,#46 Vol.3, #47 Vol.3,#48 Vol.3,#49 Vol.3, #50 Vol.3, #51 2 Appendix to the Yukon Sun Index 19000327 19000403 19000410 19000417 19000424 19000501 19000508 19000515 19000522 Vo1.2, #38 Vol.2, #39 Vo1.2,#40 Vol.2,#41 Vo1.2,#42 Vol.2, #43 Vol.2,·#44 Vol.2, #45 Vol.2,#46 missing issue 190009 No Vol.#+ (September Special Edition) missing issue 19010511 19010515 19010518 19010522 19010525 19010529 19010601 19010605 19010608 19010612 19010616 19010619 19010622 19010626 19010629 19010703 19010706 19010710 19010713 Vol.3, #52 Vol.3,#53 Vol.3,#54 Vol.3,#55 Vol.3,#56 Vol.3,#57 Vol.3,#58 Vol.3,#59 Vol.3,#60 Vol.3,#61 Vol.3, #62 VolA, #1 VolA, #2 VolA, #3 VolA, #4 VolA, #5 VolA, #6 VolA, #7 VolA, #8 missing issue 19010925 Vol. 3, #64 [sic]+ missing issue 1902, The Daily Morning Sun, YA reel #1 19020419 Vo1.2,#83 19020607 Vo1.2, #124 19020420 Vo1.2, #84 19020608 Vo1.2, #125 19020422 Vo1.2, #85 19020610 VoI.2,#126 19020423 Vol.2, #86 19020611 VoI.2,®. 19020424 . Vo1.2, #87 19020612 VoI.2,®· 1.9020425 Vo1.2~ .#88 19020612 Vol. 2, #128+ 19020426 VoI.2,#89 19020613 VoI.2;® 19020427 Vo1.2,#90 19020614 Vo1.2,8 19020429 ·Vo1.2, #91 19020615 Vo1.2,®: 19020430 Vo1.2~· #92 19020617 VoI.2,®:,. 19020501 VoI.2,#93 19020618 Vol.2,® 19020502 VoI.2,#94 19020619 VoI.2,® 19020503 Vo1.2, #95 1~020620 Vo1.2,®· 19020504 Vo1.2, ,#96 19020621 Vo1.2;® 19020506 Vo1.2, #97 19020'622 Vot2,®' 19020507 Vo1.2, #98 19020624 Vo1.2,8 19020508 Vo1.2, #99 19020525 Vo1.2,® 19020509 Vo1.2,#100 19020626 Vo1.2,®, .. 19020510 VoI.2~#101 19020627' VoI.2,S. ~. H~020511 Vo1.2; #102 19020628 VoI.2,,· 19020513 Vo1.2'~ #103 19020629 VoI.2,® 19020514 VoL2,#104 i9020701 Vo1.2,j1f.126 [sic] . 19020515 VoI.2,~#f05 19020702 VoI.2;® 19020516 Vo1.2, '#106. 190207.03 VoI.2~#128 19020517 VoI.2,#107 missing h:;sue . 19020518 Vo1.2, #107 [sic] missing issue 19020519 Vo1.2, #107 [sic] 19020706 Vo1.2® 19020520 VoI.2;#108. 19020708 Vol.28 missing issue .. 19020709 Vo1.2® 19020522 Vo1.2, #110 19020710 VoI.2®. miss.ing issue missing issue 19020524 Vo1.2, #112 19020712,. Vol.28 19020525 Vo1.2, #113 missing issue 19020527 Vo1.2, #113 [sic] 19020715 Vo1.2® 19020528 Vo1.2~ #115 19020716 Vo1.2® 19020529 VoI.2~·#116 missing issue 19020530 Vo1.2,,#117 19020718 Vo1.2® 19020531 Vo1.2, #ll8 missing issue 19020601 VoI.2,.#119 19020720 V01.2® 19020603 . Vo1.2, #120 19020722 Vo1.2® 19020604 Vo1.2,#121 19020723 Vo1.2® 19020605 Vo1.2,#122 19020724 Vo1.2® 19020606 Vo1.2, #123 19020725 Vo1.2® Appendix to the Yukon Sun Index 3 19020726 Vo1.2® 19020913 Vo1.2® 19020727 Vo1.2® 19020914 Vol.2® 19020729 Vo1.2® 19020916 Vo1.2® 19020730 Vo1.2® missing issue 19020731 Vo1.2® dates cutoff Vo1.2 19020801 Vo1.2® 19020920 Vo1.2® 19020802 Vo1.2® (hard copy says Vo1.5) 19020803 Vo1.2® missing issue missing issue 19020923 Vo1.2® 19020805 Vo1.2 missing issue (pages missing) 19020925 Vo1.2® 19020806 Vo1.2 19020926 Vo1.2® 19020807 Vo1.2,#158 19020927 Vo1.2® 19020808 Vo1.2® 19020928 Vo1.2® 19020809 Vo1.2® 19021114 Vo1.2® 19020810 Vo1.2® 19021115 Vo1.2® 19020812 Vo1.2® 19021116 Vo1.2® 19020813 Vo1.2® 19021118 Vo1.2® 19020814 Vo1.2® 19020930 Vo1.2® 19020815 Vo1.2® 19021001 Vo1.2® 19020816 Vo1.2,#166 19021002 Vo1.2® 19020617 Vo1.2® 19031003 Vo1.2® 19020819 Vo1.2® 19021004 Vo1.2® 19020820 Vo1.2® 19021005 Vo1.2® 19020821 Vo1.2® 19021007 Vo1.2® 19020822 Vo1.2® 19021008 Vo1.2® 19020823 Vo1.2® 19021009 Vo1.2® 19020824 Vo1.2® 19021010 Vo1.2® 19020826 Vo1.2® 19021011 Vo1.2® 19020827 Vo1.2® 19021012 Vo1.2® 19020828 Vo1.2® missing issue 19020829 Vo1.2® 19021015 Vo1.2® 19020830 Vo1.2® 19021016 Vo1.2® 19020831 Vo1.2® missing issue 19020902 Vo1.2® 19021018 Vo1.2® missing 19021019 Vo1.2® 19020904 Vo1.2® 19021021 Vo1.2®. 19020905 V6I2® 19021022 Vo1.2® 19020906 Vo1.2® 19021023 Vo1.2® 19020907 Vo1.2", #185 19021024 Vo1.2® 19020909 Vo1.2® 19021025 Vo1.2® 19020910 Vo1.2® 19021026 Vo1.2® 19020911 Vo1.2® 19021028 Vo1.2® 19020912 Vo1.2® missing issue 4 Appendix to the Yukon Sun Index 19021030 Vo1.28 19021224 Vo1.28 19021031 Vo1.28 19021225 Vo1.28 19021101 Vo1.28 19021227 Vo1.28 19021102 Vo1.28 19021228 VoL28 19021104 Vo1.28 19021230 Vo1.28 19021105 Vol.28 19021231 Vo1.28 19021106 Vol.28. 19021107 Vo1.28 1903 Yukon Sun" daily, YA reel #3 19021108 Vo1.28 19030101 Vo1.28 19021109 Vo1.28 19030102 Vo1.28 19021111 Vol.28 , 19030103 Vo1.28 19021112 Vo1.28 19021113 Vo1.2,#240 Start of Yukon Sun The Official 19021119 VoL28 Gaz~tte 19021120 Vo1.28 weekly, YA reel#5.These issues 19021121 Vo1.28 appear at the end of this document. 19021123 Vot28 19021125 vol'~2e" 19030104 VoL2, #285 19021126 Vo1.28 19030106 VoL2, #286 19030307 Vq~~2, #287 1902 daily, reel#3 '19030108 V 61.2, #288 ' 19021127 Vo1.28 19030109 Vo1.2, #289 19021128 Vol.28 19030110 Vo1.2,#290 19021129 Vo1.28 19'030'111 VoL2;#291 19921130 Vo1.28 ' '19030113 V 61.2, #:292 19021202 \161.28 19030114 Vol.2~#293' 19021203 Vo1.28', 19030115 VoL2~,#294 1~021204 Vo1.28 19030116 Vo1.2,#295 19021205 V01.28 19030117 VoL2,#296 19001206 Vo1.28 19Q30118 Vo1.2, #297 missing issue 1903,0120 V 01.2, #297 [sic] 19021209 Vo1.28 19030121 Vol.-2,#298 19021210 Vo1.28 , 19030122 V61.2, #300 19021211 Vo1.28 19030123 Vol.2, #301 19021212 Vo1.28 , 19030124 Vo1.2,#302 19021213 Vo1.28 19030125 VoL2,#303 19021214 VoL2, #268 19030127 Vo1.2,#304 19021216 VoL28 ' 19030128 VoL3, #25 [sic] 19021217 Vol.28 19030129 Vol.3, #26' 19021218 Vol.28 19030130 Vol.3, #27 19021219 Vol.28 19030131 Vol.3, .#28 19021220 Vol.28 19030201 Vol.3, #29' 19021221 Vol.2,#273 19030203 Vol.3, #30 19021223 Vol.28 19030204 Vol.3,#31 Appendix to the Yukon Sun Index 5 19030205 19030206 19030207 19030208 19030210 19030211 19030212 19030213 19030214 19030215 19030217 19030218 19030219 19030220 19030221 19030222 19030224 19030225 19030226 19030227 19030228 19030301 19030303 19030304 19030305 19030306 19030307 19030308 19030310 19030311 19030312 19030313 19030314 19030315 19030317 19030318 19030319 19030320 19030321 19030322 19030324 19030325 19030326 19030327 Vol.3® Vol.3,#33 Vol.3,#34 Vol.3,#35 Vol.3; #36 Vol.3, #37 Vol.3,#38 Vol.3, #39 Vol.3,#40 Vol.3,#41 Vol.3, #.42 Vol.3,#43 Vo1.3,#44 Vol.3, #45 . Vo1.3,#46 Vol.3,·#47 Vol.3,#48 VoL3,#49 Vol.3, #50 Vol.3,#51· VoL3,#52 Vol.3,#53 Vol.3,#54 Vol.3,#55 Vol.3, #56 Vol.3,#57 Vol.3,#58 Vol.3,#59 Vol.3,#60 Vol.3, #61 Vol.3,#62 Vol.3,#63 Vol.3,#64 Vol.3, #65 Vol.3, #66 Vol.3,#67 Vol.3,#68 Vol.3, #69 Vol.3,#70 Vol.3, #71 Vol.3, #72 . Vol.3,#73 Vol.3, #74 Vol.3,#75 6 Appendix to the Yukon.Sun Index 19030328 19030329 19030331 19030401 19030402 19030403 19030404 19030405 19030407 19030408 19030409 19030310 19030411 19030412 19030414 19030415 19030416 19030417 19030418 19030419 19030421 19030422 19030423 19030424 19030425 19030426 19030428 19030429 19030430 19030501 19030502 19030503 19030505 19030406 19030507 19030508 19030509 19030510 19030512 19030513 19030514 19030515 19030516 19030517 Vol.3, #76 Vol.3,#77 Vol.3, #78 Vol.3, #79 Vol.3,#80 Vol.3, #81 Vol.3, #82 Vol.3,#83 Vol.3,#84 Vol.3, #~5 . Vol.3,#86 Vol.3, #87 Vol.3, #88 Vol.3,#89 Vol.3, #89 [sic] Vol.3,#90 Vol.3, #91 Vol.3, #92 Vol.3, #93 Vo1.3,#94 Vol.3,#95 Vol.3,#96 Vol.3, #97 Vol.3,#98 Vol.3,#99 Vol.3,#100 Vol.3, #101 Vol.3,#102 Vol.3,#103 Vol.3,#104 Vol.3,#105 Vol.3, #106 Vol.3,#107 Vol.3,#108 Vo1.3,#109 Vol.3,#110 Vol.3, #111 Vol.3, #112 Vol.3, #113 Vol.3, #114 Vol.3, #115 Vol.3, #116 Vol.3, #117 Vol.3, #118 1903, Yukon Sun, daily, YA reel#4 19030708 Vol.3,#162 19030519 Vol.3,#119 19030709 Vol.3,#163 19030520 Vol.3,#120 19030710 Vol.3,#164· 19030521 Vol.3,#121 19030711 Vol.3, #165 19030522 Vol.3, #122 19030712 Vol.3, #166 19030523 Vol.3,#123 19030714 Vol.3, #267 [sic] 19030524 Vo1.3,#124 19030715 Vol.3,#268 19030526 Vol.3,#125 19030,(16 Vol.3, #269 19030527 Vol.3,#126 19030717 Vol.3,#270 19030528 Vol.3,#127 19030718 Vol.3,#271 19030529 Vol.3,#128 19030719 Vol.3,#272 19030530 Vol.3~'#129 19030721 Vol.3® 19030531 Vol.3,#130 19030722 Vol.3, #275 [sic] . 19030602 Vol.3,#131 19030723 Vol.3® 19030603 Vol.3,#132 19030724 Vol.3,#277 19030604 Vol.3,#133 19030725 Vol.3® 19030605 Vol.3,#134 19030726 Vol.3® 19030606 Voi.3,#135 19030728 Vol.3® 19030607 Vol.3,#136 19030729 Vol.3® 19030609 Vol.3,#137 19030730 Vol.3® 19030610 Vol.3/#i38· .. missing issue •... ~. 19030611 Vol.3~#139 19030801 Vol.3® 19030612 Vol.3~#140 19030702 Vol.3, #279 [sic] 19030613 Vol.3,·#141 19030704 Vol.a, #287 [sic] 19030614 Vol.3, .. #142 , 19030805 Vol.3® 19030616 Vol.3,"lii43 190308'06 Vol.3® 19030617 Vol.3, #144 19030807 Vol.3® 19030618 Vol.3,#145 19030808 Vol.3, #291 19030619 Vol.3, #146 19030809 Vol.3,#292 19030620 Vol.3, #147 19030811 Vol.3, #294 [sic] 19030621 Vol.3,#148 19030812 Vol.3® 19030623 Vol.3,#149 19030813 Vol.3® .. 19030624 Vol.3, #150 missing issue 19030625 Vol.3~: #151 missing issue 19030626 Vol.3, #152 19030816 Vol.3® 19030627 Vol.3, #153 19030818 Vol.3, #300 19030628 Vol.3, #154 19030819 Vol.3® 19030630 Vol.3,#155 19030820 Vo1.3,#302 19030701 Vol.3~#156 19030821 Vol.3® 19030702 Vol.3, #157 19030822 Vol.3, #304 19030703 Vol.3~ #158 19030823 Vol.3, #305 19030704 Vol.3, #159 19030825 Vol.3® 19030705 Vol.3, #154 [sic] missing issue 19030707 Vol.3, #161 19030827 Vo1.3® Appendix to the Yukon Sun Index 7 19030828 Vol.3® 19031017 Vo1.3® 19030829 Vol.3® 19031018 Vo1.3® 19030830 Vol.3® 19031020 Vol.3® 19030901 Vol.3® 19031021 Vo1.3® 19030902 Vol.3® 19031022 Vol.3 #255 19030903 Vol.3® 19031023 Vol.3® 19030904 Vot3® 19031024 Vol.3® 19030905 Vol.3® 19031025 Vol.3® 19030906 Vol.3® 19031027 Vol.3® 19030908 Vol.3® 19031028 Vol.3® 19030909 Vol.3® 19031029 Vol.3, #261 19030910 Vo1.3® 19031030 VoL3® 19030911 Vo1.3®· 19031031 Vol.3® 19030912 Vol.3® 19030913 Vo1.3® 1903, Yukon Sun, daily, YA reel #5 19030915 Vol.3® 19031101 Vo1.3® 19030916 Vo1.3® 19031103 Vo1.3® 19030917 Vo1.3® 19031104 Vo1.3® 19030918 Vo1.3® 19031105 Vo1.3® 19030918 Vo1.3® 19031106 Vol.3® 19030919 Vo1.3® 19031107 Vol.3® 19030920 Vo1.3® 19031108 Vo1.3® 19030922 Vol.3® 19031110 Vo1.3® 19030923 Vo1.3® 19031111 Vo1.3® 19030924 Vo1.3® 19031112 Vo1.3® 19030925 Vo1.3® 19031113 Vo1.3® 19030926 Vo1.3®· 19031114 Vo1.3® 19030927 Vol.3®. 19031115 Vo1.3® 19030929 Vol.3® 19031117 Vo1.3® 19030930 Vol.3® 19031118 Vo1.3® 19031001 Vol.3® 19031119 Vo1.3® 19031002 Vo1.3® 19031120 Vo1.3® 19031003 Vo1.3® 19031121 Vo1.3® 19031004 Vo1.3® 19031122 Vo1.3® 19031006 Vo1.3® . 19031124 Vo1.3® 19031007 Vo1.3® 19031125 Vo1.3® 19031008 Vo1.3® missing issue 19031009 Vo1.3® 19031127. Vo1.3® 19031010 Vo1.3® 19031128 Vo1.3® 19031011 Vo1.3® 19031129 Vo1.3® 19031013 Vo1.3® 19031201 Vo1.3® 19031014 Vo1.3® 19031202 Vo1.3® 19031015 Vo1.3® 19031203 Vo1.3® 19031016 Vo1.3® 19031204 Vo1.3® 8 Appendix to the Yukon Sun Index 19031205 Vol.38 19040126 VolA, #22 19031206 Vol.38 19040127 VolA, #23 19031208 Vol.38 19040128 VolA, #24 19031209 Vol.38 19040129 VolA, #25 19031210 Vol.38 19040130 VolA, #26 19031211 Vol.38' 19040131 VolA, #27 19031213 Vol.3,#300 19040202 VolA, #28 19031215 Vol.38 19040203 VolA, #29 19031216 VoL38 19040204 VolA, #30 19031217 Vol.38· 19040205 VolA, #31 19031218 VoL38 19040206 VolA, #32 19031219 Vol.3e· 19031220 Vol.3, #306 19041224 Vol.6, #229+ 19031222 Vol.38 19050101 Vol.6, #230+ 19031223 VoL38 19031224 Vol.38 Start of Yukon Sun, The Official missing issue Gazette 19031227 Vol.38 weekly, Reel#5 . 19031229 VoL38 . These issues appear at the end of this 19031230 Vol.38 document 19031231 Vol.38 19040207 VolA, #33 1904, daily, YAreel #5 19040209 VolA, #34 19040101 VolA, #1 190402010 'VoIA, #35 19040102 VolA; #2 190402011 VoIA,.#36 19040103 VolA, #3 190402012 VolA, #37 19040105 VoIA,.#4 190402013 Vol.4,#38 19040106 VoIA,#5 190402014 VolA, #39 19040107 VolA, #6 190402016 V6l.4,.#40 19040108 VolA, #7 190402017 VolA, #41 19040109 VolA, #8 190402018 VolA, #42 19040110 VolA, #9 190402019· VolA, #43 19040112 VolA, #10 190402020 Vol.4,#44 19040113 VolA, #11 190402021 VoIA,.#45 19040114 VolA, #12 190402023 VolA, #46 19040115 VolA, #13 190402024 ··.VoIA, #47 19040116 VolA, #14 190402025 VolA, #48 19040117 VoIA~ #15 190402026 VolA, #49 19040119 Vo1.4,#16 190402027 VolA, #50 19040120 VolA, #17 190402028 VolA, #51 19040121 VolA, #18 19040122 VolA, #19 19040123. VolA, #20 19040124 VolA, #21 Appendix to the Yukon Sun Index 9 1903, Yukon Sun, The Official Gazette, weekly, YA reel#5 19030103 19030110 19030117 19030124 19030131 19030207 19030214 19030221 19030228 19030307 19030314 19030321 19030328 19030404 19030411 19030404 19030418 19030425 19030502 19030509 Vo1.5,#37 Vo1.5,#38 Vo1.5,#39 Vo1.5,#40 Vo1.5, .#41 Vo1.5,#42 Vo1.5,#43 Vo1.5,#44 Vo1.5, #45 Vo1.5,#46 Vo1.5, #47 Vo1.5,#48 Vo1.5,#49 Vo1.5,#50 Vo1.5, #51 Vol.5, #52 Vol.5, #53 Vol.5, #54 Vol.5,#55 Vol.5,#56 missing issue 19030523 19030530 19030606 19030613 19030620 19030627 Vo1.5, #5 [sic] Vol.5,#58 VoL5,#59 Vol.5, #60 Vol.5, #61 Vo1.5, #12 [sic] missing issue 1904, weekly, YA reel#5 19040206 Vol.5,#42 19040213 Vo1.5,#43 19040220 Vol.5,#44 19040227 Vol.5, #46 [sic] 19040305 Vo1.5,#47 19040312 Vo1.5, #49 [sic] 19040319 Vol.5 (tops of pages cut off) 19040326 Vo1.5 (tops of pages cut om 19040402 Vo1.5 (tops of pages cut off) 10 Appendix to the Yukon Sun Index missing issue 1904, weekly (The following 1904 editions are available as hard copies only.) 19040911 Vol.4, #210+ 19040918 Vol.4, #210 [sic]+ 19040925 Vol.4, #212+ 19041002 Vol.6, #213+ 19041009 Vol.6, #214+ 19041015 Vol.6,#215+ 19041023 Vo1.6, #216+ 19041030 Vol.6, #216 [sic]+ 19041106 Vol.6, #218+ 19041113 Vol.6;,#219+ 19041120 Vol.6,·#220+ 19041127 Vol.6, #221+ 19041204 Vol.6, #222+ 19041211 Vol.6, #223+ 19041212 Vol.6, #224+ 19041213 Vol.6, #225+ 19041224 Vol.6, #229+ 1905, weekly 19050101 Vol.6, #230+ 19050521 Vol.8, #53+ 19050827 Vol.8, #12+ ISBN 1-55018-562-4 "-Iron Tourism Heritage Branch Doug Phlllips, Minister