2 edition of Johnny in the Klondike found in the catalog.
Johnny in the Klondike
Laura Beatrice Thompson Berton
|Statement||Laura Beatrice Berton and Lucy Berton Woodward ; ill. by J. Lazare. --|
|Contributions||Woodward, Lucy Berton|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||112 p. :|
|Number of Pages||112|
Gold Rush Writers. The Klondike Gold Rush was a great human drama and the last major migration in the western hemisphere. In the days without television, the internet, or even reliable telegraph and telephone services it was the writers who shared the Klondike . Written by Paul Scheuring (Prison Break, A Man Apart), Klondike expands Gray's world from the book (which had many real life people in it) to get at a seemingly simple concept -- .
Brought to life with excerpts from the celebrated book The Klondike Stampede—published in by Harper’s Weekly correspondent Tappan Adney—and featuring interviews with award-winning author Charlotte Gray, and historians Terrence Cole and Michael Gates, The Klondike Gold Rush is an incredible story of determination, luck, fortune, and loss. Jack London, dressed here in his Klondike gear, attracted a lot of fans after he sold his first story, “To the Man on the Trail,” to The Overland Monthly in The Klondike gold fields excited “jaded readers, grown weary of the stereotyped magazine story of the wild and woolly west,” the magazine reported in a feature about London in
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Johnny in the Klondike. [Laura Beatrice Thompson Berton; Lucy Berton Woodward] -- Children's novel about gold mining in Dawson City.
Your Web browser is. Gold mines and mining--Yukon Territory--Juvenile fiction. Klondike River Valley (Yukon)--Juvenile fiction. Johnny in the Klondike Berton, Laura Beatrice, The Klondike stampede was a wild interlude in the epic story of western development, and here are its dramatic tales of hardship, heroism, and villainy.
We meet Soapy Smith, dictator of Skagway; Swiftwater Bill Gates, who bathed in champagne; Silent Sam Bonnifield, who lost and won back a hotel in a poker game;Cited by: Books shelved as klondike: The Call of the Wild/White Fang by Jack London, To Build a Fire and Other Stories by Jack London, Gold Diggers: Striking it Ri.
Pierre Berton has saved the legacy that is the Klondike gold rush by putting together perhaps the most complete compilation on the subject ever written. This book is superbly written with firsthand accounts and the utmost historical by: The Klondike Fever is an amazing tale of bravery, perseverance, loyalty, averice, betrayal, greed, and above all folly.
Berton (born in the Yukon) knows his stuff, and the stories he relates are considerably different from the stories you hear at the 'museums' of Skagway and Ketchikan when Pierre Berton is among my three favorite history writers/5.
Pierre Bertons book is considered a classic resource on the Klondike gold rush because in the multiple editions he carefully researched issues on events (such as the killing of gangster Soapy Smith in Skagway) to eliminate the half-truths and pure legends/5.
Klondike Tales book. Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. As a young man in the summer ofJack London joined the Klondik /5. The book contains excellent descriptions of the people, places, events, and experiences of the Klondike stampede.
The account ot the Klondike gold fields, which includes pragmatic discussions of such things as ming techniques, cabin-building, and the operation of dog teams, is solid, reliable, and facinating/5(2). The Klondike (/ ˈ k l ɒ n d aɪ k /) is a region of the Yukon territory in northwest Canada, east of the Alaskan border.
It lies around the Klondike River, a small river that enters the Yukon River from the east at Dawson City. The Klondike is famed due to the Klondike Gold Rush, which started in and lasted until Gold has been mined continuously in that area except. Laura Beatrice Berton is the author of I Married the Klondike ( avg rating, ratings, 55 reviews, published ) and Johnny in the Klondike ( 4/5.
Johnson Gallagher, aka: Corn Hole Johnny, Three-card Johnny, Chuck-luck Johnny (??) – Gambler “Swiftwater” Bill Gates (18??) – An American frontiersman and fortune hunter, Gates became a fixture in the Klondike Gold Rush.
Making a fortune, he squandered it drinking, gambling and getting married multiple times (when he was. Klondike is a three-part miniseries about the Klondike Gold Rush that was broadcast by the Discovery Channel on January 20–22, Based on Charlotte Gray's novel Gold Diggers: Striking It Rich in the Klondike, it is the Discovery Channel's first scripted miniseries.
Klondike was directed by Simon Cellan Jones and stars Richard Madden as Bill Haskell, a real-life Original network: Discovery Channel.
In Julythe steamer Excelsior docked in San Francisco with a cargo of gold and the news of a great new bonanza in the Yukon Territory. In this thin treasure of photographs and memories of the Klondike discovery finally finished and published inEthel Becker, a sourdough child herself, for the ages, 5/5(3).
Actor Sam Shepard reflects on the revelatory experience of trekking to the Klondike. | For more, visit Pierre Berton was born in the Yukon in and worked in the Klondike mining camps as a teenager before forging a career as a journalist and cultural commentator.
He wrote 50 books, including many historical non-fiction titles, and won over /5(50). Purchase one of 1st World Library's Classic Books and help support our free internet library of downloadable eBooks. Visit us online at - - The experiences related in this volume fell to me in the summer of I went down into the under-world of London with an attitude of mind which I may best liken to that of the explorer/5(13).
JOHNNY SIMMONS: One of the central themes in Klondike is “man destroying the land to gain resource.” This seems to be a relevant topic more than ever before, and I hope this story will help push that conversation along.
Jack London leaves for the Klondike to join the gold rush, where he will write his first successful stories. London was born in San Francisco in His father, an astrologer named Chaney.
From PBS, "The Klondike Gold Rush" tells the legendary story of the Alaska-Yukon Gold Rush. Still renowned as the richest gold strike in North American mining history, the Klondike. With Ralph Taeger, Mari Blanchard, James Coburn, Joi Lansing.
Klondike was set during the early days of the Klondike Gold Rush in the town of Skagway in the Alaskan Klondike region/10(2).The Klondike Gold Rush was a migration by an estimatedprospectors to the Klondike region of the Yukon, in north-western Canada, between and Gold was discovered there by local miners on Augand, when news reached Seattle and San Francisco the following year, it triggered a stampede of prospectors.
Some became wealthy, but the Centre: Dawson City at Klondike River, Yukon, Canada.At first glance, poetry doesn’t seem to have a place in the Klondike. But one of its most famous poems—a work by Robert Service—was not only popular back then but has remained so to this day, thanks in large part to a bone-chilling recitation by Johnny Cash.
The poem itself details the hardships faced by prospectors and a man faced with keeping a promise to his dead friend.