About the Exhibit - Yukon Gold Historical Exhibit
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The Yukon Gold historical exhibit has appeared at many promotion and celebration events across the United States and Canada. This exhibit is warm, colorful and extremely professional. It entertains and educates viewers of that little known part of American/Canadian history... the Klondike Gold rush of 1897-98. It was a major historical event, capturing worldwide attention and was perhaps the most photographed event of the nineteenth century. Viewers of this exhibit stand in awe while viewing enlarged seldom seen vintage photos, informative captions and artifacts of that era.

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This website contains a small sampling of the exhibit photos originally snapped by the handful of ambitious photographers who trudged the trail with goldseekers, capturing some ten thousand scenes, allowing viewers of today to seemingly follow in the footsteps and feel the human spirit of those early pioneers of a simpler time.

A master storyteller would be hard pressed to conjure a tale to surpass the true life drama of this historical event.

Historical Photo of Chilkoot Pass

Exhibit Components and Set-up

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  • Sixty 2 ft. by 4 ft. exhibit panels, covered with colorful Velcro fabrics, photographs and captions, forming six walk around table top exhibits. Each viewable from four sides, standing seven feet tall, eight feet long and two feet wide.
  • Display cabinet shows Gold Rush artifacts and memorabilia, standing three feet tall, eight feet long and three feet wide.
  • Activity table for gold panning. All gold panners find real gold, theirs to keep.
  • Exhibit set-up and viewing space requires 1,500 to 1,800 square feet of floor space.

Available for long or short-term engagements such as:

  • Shopping Malls
  • Museums
  • Company & Corporate Events
  • Historical Societies
  • Retirment Associations
  • Educational Institutions
  • Churches & Youth Groups
  • Trade Shows
  • Fraternal Societies

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