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Gold rush. Season 4

The Hoffman crew sets out for the greener grass of the Guyana jungle, while the Dakota boys head for an uncharted mountain in Alaska, and Parker exchanges the comforts of home for the brutal Klondike. While the geography...

Stampede : gold fever and disaster in the Klondike —Castner, Brian, author.

"A gripping and wholly original account of the epic human tragedy that was the great Klondike Gold Rush of 1897-1898"-- Provided by publisher.

Gold rush. Season 2

"The gold rush miners are back with a vengeance. Last mining season, father-son team Jack and Todd Hoffman sold everything they owned that wasn't nailed down in order to fund their dream of striking it rich mining for go...

Gold rush. Season 3

In Season Three, the Hoffman crew returned to the Klondike to once again mine the Quartz Creek site but also brought on additional crewmen to simultaneously work another site in the area. But with Hoffman having delays a...

Gold rush Alaska

Six men from Sandy, Oregon and led by Todd Hoffman, risk everything to strike it rich mining for gold in Porcupine Creek, Alaska.

The newcomer —Eakes, Laurie Alice.
Large Print
2011
Availability: 3 of 3

Issues of wealth and status have a nineteenth century woman tied in knots. Marigold McCorkle's father demands she work as a nursemaid before receiving her birthright. But when will the job come to an end if her orphaned ...

Sixteen in Nome : a north-western story —Brand, Max, 1892-1944.
Large Print
1995
Availability: 6 of 6

Sixteen in Nome would be Joe May's epitaph if he didn't find work soon. Joe had eaten only once in the last thirty-six hours and was feeling desperate. He had happened to provide a small service for Hugh Massey, owner of...

North star

Nome, Alaska in 1889 teems with new riches, but not for Hudson Santeek. He's run up against an unwritten Golden Rule: mining boss Sean McLennon has the gold - and he makes the rules.

Revolver —Sedgwick, Marcus.

Finland, 1910: Fifteen-year-old Sig is shocked to see a hole in the frozen lake outside his family's cabin and to find his father's corpse nearby. Why did Einar steer his dog sled across the lake instead of taking the sa...

A most wicked conspiracy : the last great swindle of the gilded age —Starobin, Paul, author.

"A tale of Gilded Age corruption -- gold-looting, court-buying, and good old fashioned venality -- that extended from the new frontier of Alaska to the Oval Office"-- Provided by publisher.

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