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Millroy's map of Alaska and the Klondyke gold fields (Sheet 1)
- Millroy, J. J.
- Salt Lake City, Utah : J.J. Millroy, c1897.
- Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. "Compiled from government and private sources." Practical information (climate, what to take, medicine chest contents, etc.) for prospective Klondike miners provided in left margin. Mining laws and directions to the gold fields provided on covers. Shows steamship routes and distances between ports. Originally issued folded in covers to 16 x 9 cm.
- Alaska and Yukon Territory
- Mines and mineral resources—Alaska—19th century—Maps, Mines and mineral resources—Yukon—19th century—Maps, Alaska—Maps, Yukon—Maps, Klondike River Valley (Yukon)—Gold discoveries—19th century—Maps, Maps—Alaska—1897, Maps—Yukon—1897, and Maps—Yukon—Klondike River Valley—1897
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