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Yukon Archives[edit | edit source]

  • Francophone Yukoners: This database provides an index to 2495 francophone Yukoners who lived and worked in the Yukon from 1825-1950. The Association franco-yukonnaise published the book 'Empreinte: la presence francophone au Yukon (1825-1950)' in 1997. The book includes brief profiles of some of the people listed in it. The database provides access to the print copy by name and page on which the person is listed. Can be searched by surname, given name, page and call number." Yukon Archives has a print copy of 'Empreinte: la presence francophone au Yukon (1825-1950)', located at 929.371 91 Empr (2 vol. set). See WorldCat for other locations of this book.

Dawson City Museum[edit | edit source]

Today the Dawson City Museum is home to the Yukon's largest historical collection, and an archival collection second only in size to Yukon Archives in Whitehorse. Sources include: manuscripts, diaries, correspondence, biographies, funeral records, church records, NWMP records, Yukon Order of Pioneers membership lists, historic mining Records, placer claims, and newspapers.
Dawson City Museum and Historical Society
Old Territorial Administration Building
595 Fifth Avenue
Box 303
Dawson City, Yukon Y0B 1G0

Phone: 867-993-5291
8E-Mail: info@dawsonmuseum.ca

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