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Go for GoldFeel the rush of the Klondike stampede
The telegraph machine beeps an irresistible message: Gold!
In August 1896, precious ore was discovered in Canada’s Yukon Territory. And by the following summer, 100,000 people had quit their jobs to don prospecting gear. Answering the call of unimaginable riches, they stampeded north through treacherous passes. Only about 40,000 made it—and far fewer found gold. But the wild adventure captured the imagination of a continent. Now you too can catch the fever, with this collection of gold rush memorabilia.
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