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Author: Gordon Stables
Title: Off to Klondyke : or, A cowboy's rush to the gods fields
Publisher: New York : Boston : T.Y. Crowell & Co.
Subject (keywords, tags): Klondike River Valley (Yukon) -- Gold discoveries Fiction
Contributor: University of California Libraries
Format: txt
Size: 169 kb

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