Did your ancestor attempt to find their fortune in the 'Gold Rush'? Were they involved in the 'support' of the gold miners', ie: proprietors, owners of businesses?
Perhaps you will find some hidden 'Nuggets' in the resources below.
Yukon Genealogy is a page that is supported by staff of the Yukon Archives.Historic Yukon & Alaska Proprietors and Managers - Index
Yukon Archives - they have built a new storage vault to help store their expanding collection. Contact: email@example.com
Family Histories / Biographies (found on the public library pages)
- The Carmack family genealogy / by Charles W. Peckham, Sr.
- Jijuu : who are my grandparents? Where are they from? : our people, our names : a genealogy/history of the Teetl'it Gwich'in of Fort McPherson.
- Keys Family genealogy
- From Norway to the Klondike : the adventurous and independent life of Georgine B. Sonsteby : biography, genealogy, notes, and compilation of writings of Georgine B. Sonsteby / by Kathy A. Lewis.
Yukon Museums Guide - this link lands on the Binet House museum's page, but the links on the right list the other museums and archives in the Yukon.
Museums and Archives:
Copperbelt Railway & Mining Museum
Dawson City Museum
George Johnston Museum
Keno Mining Museum
Kluane Museum of Natural History
MacBride Museum of Yukon History
Old Log Church Museum @oldlogchurch Yukon's Spirited History
Yukon Transportation Museum