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Title page of book, REPORT ON THE GOLDFIELDS OF THE KLONDIKE (AN ENGLISH EXPERT ON THE KLONDIKE), by A.N.C. Treadgold (1899)

Report on the Goldfields of the Klondike (An English Expert on the Klondike), by A.N.C. Treadgold (1899)
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Copy of the finding of the Court of Inquiry into the wreck of the ISLANDER, December 23, 1901; 4 pages

Copy of the finding of the Court of Inquiry into the wreck of the Islander, December 23, 1901
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Photograph of the ISLANDER, which struck an iceberg in Stephens Passage, Alaska and sank in a few minutes in 365 feet of water

The Islander struck an iceberg in Stephens Passage, Alaska and sank in a few minutes in 365 feet of water
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Photograph of Masset village (Haida) from the ship ISLANDER, 1890

View of Masset village (Haida) from the ship Islander, 1890
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Cover of book, THE ROUTES AND MINERAL RESOURCES OF NORTH WESTERN CANADA, by E. Jerome Dyer (1898)

The Routes and Mineral Resources of North Western Canada, by E. Jerome Dyer (1898)
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Shipwreck Investigations