yukoner magazine Stories in Issues #19 to #24
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Issue No. 19
Yukoner No. 19

Faro, the Town that Wouldn't Die, by Darrell Hookey

Dennis Mackie, Radio Pioneer, by Betty Mackie

Salvation Bill, by Les McLaughlin

Arctic Trapline (photos), by Doris and Stu Macalister

Hunting Gold in Whitehorse, by Darrell Hookey

Andy Anderson, One-Armed Prospector, by Jane Gaffin

The Gift of the Piano (Old Crow), by Sheila Rose

I Married the North, by Elizabeth Reid

Alaska Highway Pin-Up Girls (1940s)

Starvation in the Klondike (Gold Rush), by William J. Betts

A Dog-Puncher on the Yukon, by A.T. Walden

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Issue No. 20
Yukoner No. 20

The Yukon's Most Famous Survival (Ralph Flores, Helen Klaben, 1963), by Thomas Whiteside

Since the Rescue (of the above couple), by Sam Holloway

Klondike Nurse (Jean Bredenberg), by Eric Jamieson

Johnny Friend of Watson Lake, by John Skelton

Sam McGee, by Les McLaughlin

Posted to Whitehorse (Army, 1962-64), by Elizabeth Symon

Kicked by a Dead Moose, by George W. Gilbert

A Dog-Puncher on the Yukon, by A.T. Walden

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Issue No. 21
Yukoner No. 21

Shaback’s Run (story of a trapper who starved to death), by Elizabeth Reid

Anecdotes of a Rounder (trapper), by Hank Horn

River Wild (Tatshenshini), by Darrell Hookey

Thea of the Yukon (Telegraph Trail), by William Miller

Stroller White, by Les McLaughlin

The Disney Dogs (Huskies), by Nancy Bennett

Al Downes, miner/prospector, by Sam Holloway

The Music Man of Dawson, by Mag Mawhinney

Dogpuncher on the Yukon, by Arthur Walden

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Issue No. 22
Yukoner No. 22

Lady of Sloughmill (Mickey Lammers), by Dianne Green

Road to Keno City by Sam Holloway

Keno Refuses to Die, by Jane Gaffin

Transporting Ore from Keno Hill in 1956 (photos)

High-Grading at United Keno, by Joe Riddell

Memories of Keno Hill Mines, by Joe Riddell

Steele of the Mounted, by Nancy Bennett

Anecdotes of a Rounder, by Hank Horn

The Partners, by Sam Holloway

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Issue No. 23
Yukoner No. 23

So Far Away (in Clinton Creek), by Yukon Pete Esser

White Gold (asbestos) by Archie Gillespie

Archie Gillespie, the Roving Reporter by the Gillespie Family

Jim Robb's Ice Worms, by Archie Gillespie

Jack & Flo Christy of Watson Lake, by John Skelton

Women Workers, Quonset Hut, 1944 (photo),

Over the Chilkoot--the Wrong Way (1960), by Jim Lotz

Kicked by a Dead Moose, by George W. Gilbert

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Issue No. 24
Yukoner No. 24

Ben-my-Chree, unknown author

Neil Wright, Yukoner by Mike Craigen

They're Lost on the Chilkoot by Elizabeth Symon

Doctoring in the Yukon, by Elizabeth Symon

The Camping Trip, by Edward Olive

History of the Whitehorse Copper Belt, by Dick McKenna

Kicked by a Dead Moose, by George W. Gilbert

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Index of Issues #1 to #6

Index of Issues #7 to #12

Index of Issues #13 to #18

Index of Issues #25 to #30

Index of Issues #31 to #34

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