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    The Klondike Gold Rush My book is about a story called white fang. The book is about a boy named Scott and a hybrid wolf dog named, White Fang. The story takes place in the 1890’s in Alaska, during the Klondike Gold Rush. The start of the book shows how hard life in Alaska was during this time. There was freezing weather, hardly any food, and most people made their own rules and laws. When someone died, they had to carry the body out of the wilderness because the ground was to frozen to bury them. That is how White Fang starts, two men using a sled to carry a dead man to town. But they are followed by a pack of wolves, and the wolves are just as hungry as everyone else in the Klondike. One man shoots the mother of the wolf pack in the chest and she dies. Her baby is left all…

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    The Klondike Gold Rush

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    Gold Ever since I was a child I have been fond of gold. The way it sparkled and caught your eye. The essence of how it makes an outfit glamorous, just by one single piece. A child found a shiny rock in a creek, thousands of years ago, and the human race is introduced to Gold for the first time. It was first found as shiny yellow nuggets. Gold became a part of every human culture. Its brilliance, natural beauty, and lustre, as well as its workable texture and resistance to tarnish, made it…

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    If you ever happen to visit Skagway, Alaska a good place to visit is the Klondike Gold Rush National Park. It is the gateway to the famous Klondike Gold Rush of 1897-1898 which happened in Yukon Territory. On August 19,1896, a man named George W. Carmak, along with his wife and brother in-law found gold in Yukon Territory. The location was suggested by Robert Henderson, a prospector grubstaked by a French-Canadian agent for Alaska Commercial Company, who previously found gold at this location.…

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    Robert Keagan Parry Big Idea Part 2: First Peoples of the Klondike Gold Rush, the Tr'ondek Hwech'in The Tr'ondek Hwech'in were the first peoples to occupy the valley at the confluence of the Klondike and Yukon Rivers, now known as Dawson City. This area is known as being the centre of the Klondike Gold Rush of 1896, and to this day is subjected to vast amounts of mining, …

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    The United Mine Workers Union strike succesfully led to an 8-hour work day The Klondike Gold Rush begins The Spanish-American War begins after the USS Maine is blown up in Havana. The wae ends when the Treaty of Paris is signed, causing SPain to give up control of Cuba- now independent The population manages to gorw to 75 million after immigration and child brith increase. The next major disaster, Galveston Hurricane, leaves 6,000 to 8,000 dead The President, Willia Mckinely is assinated by…

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    The Call Of The Wild

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    The The Call of the Wild is a short adventure book which is fiction, the central character of the book is a dog named Buck. The book is about the 1890’s Klondike Gold Rush, when sled dogs were in high demand. The author of the book is Jack London, the publisher is Macmillan Publishers. The book is important because it shows how life was in the old day. How dogs had to fight for their lives. Also how people would use dogs as transportation. The novel The Call of the Wild takes place in the…

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    the frigid place called Alaska. The geography of Alaska makes it difficult to explore and settle both during the Klondike, Gold Rush, and today because of: walking on one's two feet throughout the travels, walking…

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    London’s novella Call of the Wild tells the story of Buck’s transformation from a domesticated pet on a vast Santa Clara Valley estate to the primal killer he becomes in the bitter regions of the Klondike wilderness. London delivers Buck’s journey in a plot consisting of only three simple, but major, events and uses settings and narration to tell the story in a way that allows a reader to easily become invested in Buck’s character from the viewpoint of a loyal and lovable pet, as well as, that…

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    The book “Call of the Wild”, in my opinion, was an outstanding book so far. This book is about a dog named Buck who gets kidnapped from the Sun kissed Santa Clara Valley way back in fall of 1897, consequently taken to the Klondike Gold Rush. Here Buck has been sold around to be a sled dog. Buck is sold to two men named Perrault and Francois. These two men are heading towards Dawson ( a city rich in yellow metal) with a sled team of dogs. Buck was a sled dog. As you know it takes more than one…

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    Although it provides violent content and things were quite different in the past than it is now- and it is understandable that they had a different mentality- it should not have been banned because it provides insight into how life was back in the Klondike Gold Rush, since Jack London himself participated and lived it. It was based off his experiences. It was based off everything he saw, everything he did, everything he witnessed and felt. Another reason as to why the book should not be banned…

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