Early Days on the Yukon & the Story of its Gold Finds.

London: John Lane, The Bodley Head, 1913. xii, 306pp, illus. Some soil to the top of the spine and front board, internally clean and very good. Ogilvie was an experienced hand in the Yukon who carried out many surveys and explorations in the Canadian West between 1875 and 1898, notably in the Mackenzie River and Yukon districts. He was in the Yukon at the time of the Gold Rush of 1898, and from 1898 to 1901 was commissioner of the Yukon for the Dominion government. In his Alaska Bibliography Melvin Ricks says "Éone of the most valuable on the gold rush." Item #24628

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