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Dive deeper into the history of the Klondike Gold Rush by learning about it through the lens of those whose stories were seldom highlighted when the lure of gold was making the headlines. Program topics may include women's stories, Alaska Native perspectives, Buffalo Soldiers, or climate impacts of human migration.

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Multipoint: $0.00
View Only: 0.00
Point to Point: $0.00
By Request: $0.00




Target Audience

Education: Grade(s) 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Parent, Adult Learners

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Primary Disciplines

Social Studies/History, Sciences

Program Delivery Mode

Microsoft Teams

Booking Information

This program is available Monday through Friday at 1 :00pm Alaska Standard Time

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Provider's Cancellation Policy

Please notify the park as soon as possible if cancellation is necessary. No penalty for cancellations. The park may cancel programs due to unexpected staffing deficiencies (illnesses) and/or internet connectivity issues.

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Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park

Skagway, Alaska
United States

Headlines screamed "Gold! Gold! Gold" The dream of a better life catapulted thousands of people to Alaska and the Yukon Territory. Their journeys shaped them, and changed the people they encountered and the North forever. Today, the park remembers the trails, boomtowns, and stories of the Klondike Gold Rush. Our free programs cover a variety of topics that bring history to life.

Klondike Ranger

Program Details


This program will have between 15 and 20 minutes of prepared content and leaves time for interactions with the ranger and questions and answers. Rangers presentation techniques vary, but most programs will include the use of props and visual aids


-Relate to the experiences and motivations of those who came before us
-Gain an understanding of human ingenuity
-Develop a better understanding of how Anglo-American events impacted/s native cultures of Southeast Alaska