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|Cariboo Gold Diggings In 1858 gold was first discovered along
the lower Fraser river and later on the slopes of the Cariboo Mountains in British Columbia, as
|Cariboo Shack A gold miners' shack in the Cariboo during the
gold rush of the 1860s.
|Yukon Gold Field Map Map showing the routes to the Yukon
Gold Fields during the Klondike Gold Rush and indicating the new Yukon Provisional
|Klondike Migrants Pioneer migrants to Dawson City during the
Klondike Gold Rush, including two women.
|Early Klondikers Early Klondikers arriving via Skagway, Alaska,
1897, during the Klondike Gold Rush.
|Gold Bottom Gold Bottom Village, Yukon Territory, 1900, a
typical early gold-rush settlement at Hunker Creek.
|Early Ontario Mining Two miners examining Northern Ontario
quartz for precious metals, probably relating to gold prospecting in the early Porcupine
|Summit of Dome The Summit of Dome in the new Porcupine
Gold Field, opened in 1909 in Northern Ontario.
|Hollinger Stamp Mill The original Hollinger Stamp Mill, 1910,
now preserved at Timmins, Ontario as a monument, after helping begin one of Ontario's greatest
|Hollinger Mine Pouring gold at the Hollinger mine, Ontario,
|Gold Mining Gold mining at the Granada Shaft, Rouyn, Quebec,
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