Today is a day just to sightsee.  Dawson was a thriving town of 30,000 people in the frenzy of the gold rush.  Here are a few highlights of my wandering around.

This 1957 film shown in the Dawson History Museum is posted on YouTube.  Many of the photos in the film came from glass prints.

 

Walked by the Robert Service cabin and read a few of his poems including The Cremation of Sam McGee.

Just a block away is Jack London’s cabin.

 

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