The Yukon Territory, its history and resources by Canada. Dept. of the Interior

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Bureau, The Yukon Territory. Its History and Resources. by CANADA. [Minister of the Interior]. Ottawa. GPO. Soft cover. Book 25cm, p. plus The Yukon Territory plates, 8 text illustrations, "WANTING rear folding map", original illustrated printed grey wraps, a fine copy scarce second edition s - Contents include, historical, constitution & government, physical features, mining, commercial.

The Yukon Territory: Its History and Resources The Yukon Territory: Its History and Resources by Canada. Dept. of the Interior. Publication date of Michigan Language English.

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HC Y8 C2 The Yukon Territory, its history and resources. The territory is the approximate shape of a right triangle, bordering the U.S. state of Alaska to the west and northwest for 1, km ( mi) mostly along longitude ° W, the Northwest Territories to the east and British Columbia to the south.

Its northern coast is on the Beaufort ragged eastern boundary mostly follows the divide between the Yukon Basin and the Mackenzie River Capital: Whitehorse. In addition to providing breathtakingly beautiful pictures, this book describes all aspects of the Yukon: Its geography, history, and people.

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Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. The Yukon Territorial Council was a political body in the Canadian territory of Yukon, prior to the creation of the Yukon Legislative gh not a full legislature, the council acted as an advisory body to the Commissioner of Yukon, and had the power to pass non-binding motions of legislation which would be forwarded to the commissioner The Yukon Territory consideration.

Some wear and soiling to extremities; front joint starting; book remains stout and well bound. This work is a revision of the edition, but adds a significant chapter on mining in five parts. Commences with a 21 pp. historical sketch, thence to political structure of the territory, and including notes on the natural resources of the district.

Yukon Culture and History. Culture. translating the Bible and hymn book into the Gwitchin language. the Canadian federal government set up basic administrative structures in the Yukon.

The territory was given the status of a separate political entity with an appointed legislative council in Location: P.O. Box Fairlawn Plaza PO, Ottawa, K2A 4E2, ON.

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No, the Yukon Territory is in Canada and takes its name from the Yukon river which flows through the territory and then into Alaska on its way to the Bering Sea. Asked in Canada What is the. – Large portions of the Northwest Territories were later removed to create the provinces of Manitoba (), Saskatchewan (), Alberta (), and the Yukon Territory () and to add to the areas of Manitoba (, ), Ontario (), and Quebec ().

Inunder the Yukon Land Claims Agreement, the Yukon Geographical Names Board was replaced by the Yukon Geographical Place Names Board (YGPNB). Like its predecessor, it was established with the primary function and responsibility to consider and recommend the naming or renaming of places or features located within the Yukon.

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The Yukon Territory is bisected by the valley of the Yukon River, which passes to the west of the Mackenzie Mountains. Mt Logan, in the St Elias Range on the border with Alaska, is Canada's highest mountain and the second-highest peak in North America at 5,m (19,ft).

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.

Aroundtwo explorers from the Hudson's. #29 of 69 Outdoor Activities in Yukon “ Bikes were fully tuned up and my son and husband had a fantastic time on the trails at Mount Mac and Grey Mountain.

“ Had a great skills session and guided ride of Grey Mountain with Dan of Terra Riders. Contents. Interesting Facts ; The largest state (in area) of the United States, Alaska was admitted to the union as the 49th state inand lies at the extreme northwest of.

Large-scale gold mining in the Yukon Territory didn’t end untiland by that time the region had yielded some $ million in gold. Today, some small gold mines still operate in. The Yukon Territory is known as the land of the midnight sun. Its rugged, arctic landscape contains the largest mountains in North America.

Enrich your students' knowledge of Canada by studying this peaceful wilderness in your classroom. This book highlights the history, land, industry, animals, sym. Canada’s second-longest river, the Yukon River, weaves its way through the territory, affording opportunities for kayaking/canoeing, fishing, wildlife viewing, and outdoor pursuits of all stripes.

The river is an important salmon-breeding ground, and boasts the. Yukon Territory, Alaska and Puget Sound; a General Review of the Mineral, Lumber, Shipping and Industrial Resources.

Alaska and Its Resources. Boston, Lee and Shepard. _____. On the distribution of the native tribes of Alaska and the adjacent territory. Alaska, Its History, Climate and Natural Resources. Rand McNally. The Yukon. The Yukon is well-known for the Klondike Gold rush, the Northern Lights, and as the land of the midnight sun.

A trip to the Yukon is an immersion in the culture, heritage, and traditions of the First Nations through festivals aplenty and dozens of museums and historic sites.

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.

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It's easy to get to here as well. Visitors arrive in the Yukon Territory by land, sea, and air. Regular jet service is available from major cities throughout Canada, including Edmonton and Calgary, Alberta; and Vancouver, British also could book one of the cruises from Seattle or Vancouver.

If you want to hit the open road, plenty of highways cross through the Yukon Territory. Access to memory - Open information management toolkit. Pioneers, pedlars, and prayer shawls: the Jewish community in British Columbia and the Yukon.

Our History Yukon College traces its history to the founding in of the Whitehorse Vocational and Technical Training Centre (soon after renamed the Yukon Vocation and Training Centre), located on the banks of the Yukon River just southeast of downtown Whitehorse.

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An Intro to Yukon Territory. There are curren people living in Canada’s Yukon territory, with approximat living in the capital Whitehorse.

Yukon is filled with lakes, rivers, mountains, glaciers, tundra, and boreal forest. Yukon College traces its history to the establishment of the Yukon Vocational and Technical Training Centre in The centre became Yukon College in The college moved to the Ayamdigut campus in.

In a remote corner of Canada’s north lies the Yukon – a territory that is renowned for both its legendary mineral potential and its storied mining history. But while the Yukon only produced % of Canada’s gold inthe territory’s considerable potential may finally be getting realized in a big way.

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