Yukon Archives Genealogy Research Database : The Yukon Genealogy database is made up of eight separate databases that have been donated to or created by the Yukon Archives since 2002 : Yukon Residents database 1894-1958; Pioneer Cemetery 1900-1965; Grey Mountain Cemetery 1960-1976; Yukon News Obituary Index 1966-2000; Yukon River Basin Deaths and Burials 1887-2007; Francophone Yukoners; Sourdough Air Display 1971-2006; Yukon Barristers Roll 1898-1997. You may also search the Dawson City Museum Pan for Gold Database. These records include placer mining applications, a postmaster's list of people traveling in the Klondike, death records, the 1901 census (Dawson City only), NWMP entry records, and lists of people involved with various professions, clubs, and churches.
Index to the 1911 Census of Canada : Yukon.
Alaska-Yukon Goldrush Participants (archived website). List of over 24,200 goldrush participants.
Pioneer Cemetery, Whitehorse, Yukon (archived Web pages - not always available)
British Yukon Navigation Company - Personnel Records, 1903-48
Index to Arrivals at the Ports of Dawson City & Forty Mile, Yukon Territory and White Pass, British Columbia 1908-1918 (archived Web pages - not always available).
Surname Index to Footprints; The Francophone Presence in Yukon, a two volume publication rresearched and compiled by Caroline Boucher and available through the Association franco-yukonnaise (archived Web pages - not always available).
Historic Yukon & Alaska Hotels, Roadhouses, Saloons & Cafes: Index of Proprietors and Managers
Métis National Council Historical Online Database. Includes census records 1881, 1891 and 1901; Northwest Scrip; and Manitoba Affidavit. The database covers what is now Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, Yukon Territory, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut.
Albertans whose obituaries appeared in the Yukon News 1960 - 2000
Obituaries of British Columbians from The Yukon News obituaries, 1960 to 2000 (Canada)
Early Days on the Yukon: And the Story of Its Gold Finds (Book - Amazon.ca) : William Ogilvie was the first surveyor of the Yukon Territory. Ogilvie is a great storyteller and delights in recounting unique anecdotes and incidents not discussed in other Klondike writings. Originally published in 1913, this book is of great historical significance to anyone interested in the Klondike Gold Rush or the modern development of the north.
This book is also available from Amazon.com (United States) and Amazon.co.uk. Click on links for details.
Land of the Midnight Sun: A History of the Yukon
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