HARD DRIVE TO THE KLONDIKE: PROMOTING SEATTLE DURING THE GOLD RUSH Historic Resource Study for Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park Table of Contents
INDEX (omitted from on-line edition)
APPENDIX (omitted from on-line edition)
U.S. Statute Creating the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park
Historical photos courtesy of University of Washington Special Collections; Dr. Terrence Cole (private); Museum of History and Industry (Seattle); University of Alaska, Fairbanks; Washington State Historical Society; Office of Urban Conservation (Seattle); and the Washington State Archives.
Did You Know?
Seattle's work force grew from 3,500 in 1880 to over 237,000 by 1910. Textile manufacturing, domestic services, and transportation jobs contributed greatly to this increase.