Gold rush photo by B. L. Singley

Gold rush photo by B. L. Singley

4 February 2020, 23:17
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In the 1870s, hundreds of gold miners began arriving in the Yukon in search of the precious metal. One of these travelers was the American George Carmack, who in 1896 discovered gold in one of the tributaries of the Klondike river. This discovery caused a "gold rush", which went down in history due to its scale: more than 100 thousand people went to Alaska. Not all of them reached the goal - 30-40 thousand people reached Alaska and began to search for the treasure. One of the travelers was B. L. Singley, who photographed people's lives in 1896-97.
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