Parks Canada Sites
Martha Black is profiled here on the National Library of Canada's "Contributors
to Canadian Life & Society" page. A brief listing of books will put you
on track of some more detailed information. And while you're here, try
and find your favourite Canadian personality or subject via the National
Library search engine.
Free Klondike Gold Rush
This Heritage Quest Magazine article is about finding a relative who participated
in the massive movement of men and women lured by the Gold Rush. Author
Wenonah Finch Sharpe shares some of the info and insights she gleaned
through researching her grandfather's trail through the Yukon. There's
also a useful list of museums, archives and heritage organizations, some
with external links.
Gold Rush Participants
Start you own research on finding a family member, friend, or anyone in
particular who might have been in on the Gold Rush with this alphabetically
indexed database, provided by Family Chronicle magazine.
Gold Rush National Historic Sites
A guide to American national parks that provides all the information you
would need to know, if you planning a visit to the Gold Rush sites in
either Washington, D.C. or Skagway, Alaska.