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The story of William Moore and his gold fever

...trips he met George Carmack, who had recently staked a claim on a small creek called Rabbit Creek, soon to be called Bonanza Creek, just off the Klondike River. Moore's prediction had finally proven true.On July 29, 1897, the mail steamer...

http://juneauempire.com/neighbors/2015-05-10/story-william-moore-and-his-gold-fe
Neighbors
Artwork by three Juneau artists selected for Contemporary Art Bank

...throughout Alaska. The local works are "Fireweed Field" by Barbara Craver, "Night Glacier" by Brandon Hauser, and "Bonanza Creek Mine" by Averyl Veliz. The Alaska Contemporary Art Bank was founded in 1975 by the Alaska State Council on the Arts...

http://juneauempire.com/art/2013-07-25/artwork-three-juneau-artists-selected-con
Art
Alaska Contemporary Art Bank call for art

...acquisitions for the Art Bank: "Fireweed Field" by Barbara Craver, "Night Glacier" by Brandon Hauser, and "Bonanza Creek Mine" by Averyl Veliz. The works were selected from a pool of 901 submissions.All entries must be submitted through...

http://juneauempire.com/art/2014-04-03/alaska-contemporary-art-bank-call-art
Art
Scientists trace global warming in Interior

...have reduced the amount of time oil companies can use to build ice roads and platforms on the North Slope. In UAF's Bonanza Creek research station off the Parks Highway, Juday showed the scientists a stand of white spruce and described a forest...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/071403/sta_warming.shtml
News
Skagway cabin a treasure trove of old newspapers

SKAGWAY - William Moore saw the Klondike Gold Rush coming years before the first nugget was plucked from Bonanza Creek. The former steamboat captain looked at the mountains near the Klondike, saw they were similar to other ranges where gold had...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/082805/sta_20050828010.shtml
News
Study: Melting permafrost leads to shrinking ponds

...and digital satellite images from 1999-2002. Brian Riordan is lead author of the paper and data manager for the Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program at University of Alaska Fairbanks. Riordan and his fellow scientists compared...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/102306/sta_20061023024.shtml
News
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...heed the call of the Klondike gold rush. He came north in July 1897 and staked a claim in Dawson on a tributary of Bonanza Creek in October - one of the few to make it over the passes into Canada that first year. August DeRoux subsequently established...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/042301/Loc_Book.shtml
A PERSISTENT PIONEER

...building Circle's two-story opera house, "the first in Alaska." Murray also says that the family prospected on Bonanza Creek in Dawson and took out gold worth $78,000. Another source says that when news of the gold strike at Nome reached...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/011404/nei_snow.shtml
Neighbors
Butterfly sightings a familiar Alaska summer attraction

...The spots I was in last year there were similar outbreaks to this," said Philip, who collects butterflies in the Bonanza Creek Experimental Forest just south of Fairbanks. "I remember people coming up to me to ask me what these large yellow...

http://juneauempire.com/state/2011-06-17/butterfly-sightings-familiar-alaska-sum
State
Evergreen Cemetery is final home to pioneers, other notables

...Circle district of Alaska about 1895. In 1897 he joined the Klondike rush, and died of pneumonia near the mouth of Bonanza Creek in the Yukon on May 14, 1899. His remains were buried in Evergreen on Aug. 16, 1903. He lies across the path from...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/100399/Ins_evergreen.html
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