August 16, 1896. The day when this indian Skookum Jim triggers the rush to lor - to The Point

what it takes, a gold rush ? To nothing, or almost nothing. An Indian named Skookum Jim who fetches water in a stream in Alaska, a tributary of the Klondike. Th

August 16, 1896. The day when this indian Skookum Jim triggers the rush to lor - to The Point

what it takes, a gold rush ? To nothing, or almost nothing. An Indian named Skookum Jim who fetches water in a stream in Alaska, a tributary of the Klondike. This unremarkable triggers the rush of a hundred thousand individuals in the Yukon, each dreaming of making a fortune. Some will, in fact, full excavation, while thousands of others will pop off in the snow. Skookum makes his living as a carrier for the miners of Alaska. At 41 years of age, it is still beefy as Teddy Riner, and generous as abbé Pierre. It is also the best trapper in the region. Since 1888 he has been looking for the...

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