Canadian Historic Sites: Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History No. 26
by Margaret Archibald
Introduction: The Entrepreneur
The Artery: Yukon River Trade before 1896
The Great Outfitting Rush, 1897-98
Swamp to Boom Town: Dawson from 1896 to 1898
The Hinterland Market
"Metropolitan Airs" Dawson from 1899 to 1903
Mercantile Mosaic: The Men and their Methods
Satisfying the Sourdough Appetite
Conclusion: The Well-Appointed Ghost Town
Appendix A. Lists of Supply Firms.
Appendix B. Brand Names of Commodities.
Appendix C. Origins of Dawson Merchants and Companies.
Appendix D. White Pass and Yukon Railway Freight Rates and Comparison with Canadian Pacific Railway Freight Rates, 1910.
Appendix E. Employees, Dawson Firms, 1901-03.
Appendix F. Wholesale Firms in Dawson, 1898-1903.
Appendix G. Categories of Merchants in Dawson, 1901-06.
Appendix H. Categories of Merchants in Bonanza, 1901-06.
Appendix I. Some Commodities Sold by the North American Transportation and Trading Company, November 1901.
Appendix J. Retail Prices, Dawson, 1897-1907.
Appendix K. Dawson Grocers, and Companies with Grocery Departments, 1901-06.
Appendix L. McDougall and Secord Outfit List.