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Archaeological Investigations in Skagway, Alaska

Archaeological Investigations in Skagway, Alaska
Alaska Support Office, National Park Service

 1. The White Pass and Yukon Route Broadway Depot and General Office Buildings, Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, Catherine H. Blee (September 1983)

 2. The Moore Cabin and House, Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, Catherine Holder Blee (1988)

 3. The Mill Creek Dump and the Peniel Mission, Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, Diane Lee Rhodes (1988)

 4. Father Turnell's Trash Pit, Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, Alaska, Catherine Holder Spude, Douglas D. Scott and Frank Norris (August 1993)

 5. Additional Investigations at the Mill Creek Dump and the Peniel Mission, Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, Alaska, Ray Depuydt [and others] (1997)

 6. Residential Life on Block 39, Doreen C. Cooper (1998)

 7. Block 37, Lot 1, Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, Alaska, Carl Späth, Kurt P. Schweigert and Robin O. Mills (2000)

 8. A Century at the Moore/Kirmse House, Doreen C. Cooper (2001)

 9. Excavations at the Pantheon Saloon Complex, Tim. A. Kardatzke (2002)

10. The Mascot Saloon, Catherine Holder Spude (2006)


Beneath the Surface:
Thirty Years of Historical Archeology in Skagway, Alaska,
Becky M. Saleeby (2011)

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Date: 31-Mar-2019