History Hunter 2012

12-14-12 - Early Yukon politics were pretty darn nasty

12-07-12 - the trouble with the teslin trail

11-30-12 - frank slim broke trail for his generation

11-23-12 - A tale of two pianos

11-16-12 - yukon wings takes off from transportation museum

11-09-12 - Wartime invasion of the Yukon reshaped the territory

11-02-12 - The Yukon adventure of the Englishman and the cowboy

10-26-12 - this was whitehorse in october 1902

10-12-12 - Will Yukon’s MP champion Yukon’s threatened heritage?

10-05-12 - Finding Prairie roots for a Yukon adventure

09-28-12 - celebrating the joy of treks

09-21-12 - Memories of the early day riverboats

09-14-12 - early prospectors faced starvation privation and scurvy

08-31-12 - a snow monster and a convoy invade whitehorse

08-24-12 - Watson Lake was a war baby

08-24-12 - The ground we stand on

08-10-12 - this yukon pioneer was a champion of historic preservation

08-03-12 - the hills are alive with the sound of history

07-27-12 - Mass murder in the Yukon’s past

07-13-12 - Summer brings a bumper crop of history books

07-06-12 - One man’s effort to keep the past afloat

07-04-12 - Celebrated dredge soon to be shuttered

06-29-12 - klondike ships werent fit for man or beast

06-22-12 - Tales of an early transportation pioneer

06-15-12 - history hunting on the chilkoot trail

06-08-12 - history hunting on the chilkoot trail

06-01-12 - before there was locomotive there was man

05-25-12 - porcupine had its own gold rush in 1898

05-25-12 - Farewell to a Dawson music icon

05-18-12 - Guarding the line on the Dalton Trail

05-11-12 - Is Dawson City’s history up for sale?

05-04-12 - The early economics of the Yukon a product of isolation

04-27-12 - death of an icon brings an end to an era

04-20-12 - taking the magical history tour on the klondike mines railway

04-13-12 - Klondike experience leads young man to career as inventor

03-30-12 - the tragic death of special constable stick sam

03-23-12 - River transportation was once the lifeblood of the Yukon

03-16-12 - They were the men that didn’t fit in

03-09-12 - Hugh Bostock Yukon’s giant of geology

03-02-12 - tales of windy arm

02-24-12 - black soldiers who built alaska highway defied the odds

02-17-12 - Early photographers captured the essence of Yukon history

02-10-12 - how the yukon made jack london

01-27-12 - Jack McQuesten was known as the ‘Father of the Yukon’

01-20-12 - Winter is the time of Cat trains and snow monsters

01-13-12 - new book on a northern mystery woman

01-06-12 - farewell to one of yukons most cherished history hunters