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The life and travels of a pioneer woman in Alaska / by Emily Craig Romig.

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  • Physical Description: 136 pages, 6 unnumbered pages of plates (including frontispiece) : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: Colorado Springs, Colo. : Privately Printed, 1945.

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Formatted Contents Note:
Foreword -- Chapter 1. Chicago: A happy home in Chicago. The News of gold in Alaska. Joining the stampede -- 2. Fort Resolution, Canada: The party splits up. The Arctic night descends. The Northern Lights appear and dog sled travel begins -- 3. Rat River: A winter in the wilderness. Making a U.S. flag. Men die of scurvey. The sun does not come up for 40 days -- 4. Dawson, Y.T.: Dawson and shattered dreams. Hope leads on -- 5. Nome, Alaska: Nome, Alaska, and renewed courage. The end of the overland trail -- 6. Anchorage, Alaska: Anchorage, Alaska. The lure of gold still lingers. Railroad work. Nursing and change of work. The evening of life.
Subject: Romig, Emily Craig, 1871-
Women pioneers > Alaska > Biography.
Frontier and pioneer life > Alaska.
Frontier and pioneer life > Northwest, Canadian.
Vie des pionniers > Alaska.
Vie des pionniers > Nord-Ouest canadien.
Pionnières > Alaska > Biographies.
Frontier and pioneer life.
Women pioneers.
Canada > Canadian Northwest.
Genre: Biographies.