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Livengood
 

 Gold was discovered on July 24, 1914, on Livengood Creek by N.R. Hudson and Jay Livengood.

The village was founded near the Hudson/ Livengood claim as a mining camp during the winter of 1914-15, when hundreds of people came into the district.

A post office was established in 1915 and was discontinued in 1957.

A construction camp was located near Livengood during the construction of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline.

 

 



 


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