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Most of those who came to the Klondike Gold Rush didn’t see Dawson as a permanent home. The dwellings they built on the hillsides were roughly built cabins or wall tents, constructed to give immediate shelter but not intended to last.

Dawson, Y. T. Databases

As the population fell Dawson shrank in toward the downtown flat, where drainage ditches and improved sanitation had made it a much more desirable place to live.



Index of Dawson Residents, 1896-1920
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Dawson City Mortuary Records, 1898-1938   A-B | C-D | E-F | G-I | J-L | M | N-Q | R | S | T-Z



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