Credit: Credit: George and Edna Rapuzzi Collection, Rasmuson Foundation, Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, # 000409.
A group of tourists visiting the wreck of the Bark Canada in Fortune Bay (AKA Nahku or Long Bay). The ship was built in Bath, Maine in 1859. The vessel was refrubished in Tacoma for the Klondike Gold Rush and was towed north in early of 1898. After unloading cargo in Skagway the vessel treid to continue to Dyea. A storm blew in and grounded the vessel.