Alaska Gold Rush History & Genealogy

1909 On the upper Chandalar River in the northeastern Yukon basin. The center of prospecting activity. It was headquarters of the commissioner for the Chandalar district. The Chandalar diggings were discovered in 1905 They are reached by way of the Chandalar River which flows into the Yukon River a short distance below Fort Yukon There are comparatively few people in this camp and the total production is less than $100,000 (Source).


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