I married the Klondike.
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I married the Klondike.

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Published by Little, Brown in Boston .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Klondike River Valley (Yukon)

Subjects:

  • Klondike River Valley (Yukon) -- Gold discoveries.

Book details:

Classifications
LC ClassificationsF931 .B46
The Physical Object
Pagination269 p.
Number of Pages269
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6156981M
LC Control Number54011128

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Found this book on a trip to Alaska and rode the same train the author did on her way to the Yukon to teach school in the sunset of the gold rush. What adventures she had! She is a superb writer who kept the story line clear and unencumbered from unnecessary detail, yet wove incidents into clear pictures that kept drawing me on page after page/5. While thousands of people left the Klondike each October on the "last boat out" and Dawson City slowly decayed around her, the author remained true to her northern home. Humorous, poignant and filled with stories of both drudgery and decadence, I Married the Klondike is an unforgettable book by a brave and intelligent woman.   I married the Klondike By Laura Beatrice Berton Hutchinson I popped into a Goodwill shop on my way home after school yesterday and found 2 more Berton books I can read for the 2nd Canadian Book Challenge. One was The Canadian Invasion about the war, and the other was I married the : Francesca Thomas. Get this from a library! I married the Klondike. [Laura Beatrice Berton; Robert W Service] -- Autobiography of a Toronto kindergarten teacher who went to Dawson in

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While thousands of people left the Klondike each October on the “last boat out” and Dawson City slowly decayed around her, the author remained true to her northern home. Humorous, poignant and filled with stories of both drudgery and decadence, I Married the Klondike is an unforgettable book by a brave and intelligent woman.   This book is simply about her time living in Dawson City in the Klondike in the years of the Gold Rush and following. She spent almost three decades in the north at the end of the s and early s. This is a short book and an easy read. I thoroughly enjoyed it. It took me to a time and place I had only heard random and broken pieces about.   Book Description In , Laura Beatrice Berton, a year-old kindergarten teacher, left her comfortable life in Toronto Ontario to teach in a Yukon mining town. She fell in love with the North—and with a northerner—and made Dawson City her home for the next 25 years. I Married the Klondike is her classic and enduring memoir. I Married the Klondike () Cast and Crew A Toronto schoolteacher (Leueen Willoughby) works in the gold-rush Yukon, falls in love and marries. see full movie info.