The Chilkoot Trail served as a trade and travel route to the interior for the coastal Tlingit and interior Athapaskan First Nations for centuries, but it was the Klondike Gold Rush of 1896–1899 that transformed the Chilkoot Trail into legend.
- 205-300 Main St, Whitehorse, YT, Canada
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205-300 Main St, Whitehorse, YT, Canada
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