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Canadian Historic Sites: Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History No. 26

Grubstake to Grocery Store: Supplying the Klondike, 1897-1907

by Margaret Archibald

Appendix F. Wholesale Firms in Dawson, 1898-1903.

The dates given are outside markers only; they do not necessarily mean that all these firms were involved in the wholesale trade throughout these years or that they even existed during the entire period. Those firms which were known to have a retail trade, in addition to their wholesale business, are marked with an asterisk.

General Merchants
*Alaska Commercial Company (Northern Commercial Company)
*Alaska Exploration Company
*North American Transportation and Trading Company
*Seattle-Yukon Trading Company
*Trading and Exploring Company
*Whitney and Pedlar
*Palmer Brothers

Groceries and Provisions
*Ahlert and Forsha
Dawson Wholesale Grocery Company
*William Germer
*W.A. Harrington
Macauley Brothers
*Jones Brothers
*Jacob Lawick
A. Lewin
*J.E. Lilly and Company
M. Marks
*Charles Milne
*H.A. Weld (Minnesota Grocery)
*Thomas G. Wilson
*Parson's Produce Company
Northern Trading Company

Commission Merchants
Barrett and Hull
Stanley Scearce
Lancaster and Calderhead
Taylor, Warlock and Company

Dry Goods
*Sargent and Pinska
*Macauley Brothers
*J.P. McLennan
*McLennan McFeely and Company

*Cribbs and Rogers

Meat Markets
*Alaska Meat Company
*Bay City Meat Market
P. Burns and Company
Dawson Stock Yards and Abbatoir
Cattle Syndicate
A. Gustaveson
Swift and Company
*Portland Market
N.P. Shaw and Company
*Pacific Cold Storage Company
Standard Commercial Company
Yukon Cold Storage

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