Klondike Gold Rush Analysis

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Imagine going to find gold and ones you find then the next day it’s gone. In Yukon Territory 1897 It tells you that how people were looking for gold and how they got there. In the passage From A Woman Who Went to Alaska it talks about how people had to get an license and how you must tell the office of the state. In the article “Klondike Gold Rush” it talked about how the weather was and the miles they had to take. Only a couple of people made the trip. In the article it says “...approximately 100,000 gold-seekers set off for the Yukon. Only 30,000 completed the trip.” This quote explains that many people didn’t not make the tip. Sometimes the temperature reached -60F and that caused many problems for people who needed to mine gold. In the
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