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Wolf Lake, Yukon Territory (Preliminary Map with Marginal Notes).

Geological Survey of Canada.

Wolf Lake, Yukon Territory (Preliminary Map with Marginal Notes).

by Geological Survey of Canada.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


Edition Notes

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SeriesPaper (Geological Survey of Canada) -- 55-21
ContributionsPoole, W.H.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21906156M

Yukon Territory: First explored in by the Hudson's Bay Company, the Yukon Territory of Canada is located east of Alaska, West of the Northwest Territories, and north of British Columbia; from the Loucheux word 'Yukunah,' meaning 'great river,' because the Yukon River is so large. Originally controlled by the Hudson's Bay Company, the. All dates are arrival and departure Whitehorse Yukon. You are required to booka hotel the night you arrive and the night before you depart. August arrive and depart Whitehorse Yukon Territory. Sheep hunt only. August Sheep-Alaska Yukon Moose-Mountain Caribou. Focus is still sheep.

The Yukon Territory of Canada, south only from the Beaufort Sea, Arctic Ocean and North Pole, exists in the mind’s eye as a wilderness of chalky mountains, wolf-filled forests and deadly snow-covered passes where gold panners and fur-clad trappers lost their way or went mad, unable to cope with the territory’s extreme weather and geography. Contents Foreword Preface Part 1 History 1: The Mammoth Steppe 2: The End of Horses 3: Udzi 4: The Provider 5: The Primordial Beast 6: A Bounty of Fur.

It is believed that Yukon First Nations people lived in small groups and followed a regular cycle of seasonal activities. They hunted caribou, moose and mountain sheep in spring and fall, and spent summers fishing for salmon. (The territory's name comes from the native name "Yu-kun-ah" for the great river that drains most of this area). Yukon Description. Yukon History. This northern Canadian territory's history is marked by what is often regarded as the world's greatest gold rush.. It is believed that ancestors of the Amerindians crossed a bridge over the Bering Sea from Asia approximat to 25, years ago, establishing the Yukon as the first inhabited region of Canada.. Around , two explorers from the Hudson's.


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