The newly constructed Coal Creek dredge and camp at Cheese Creek, ca. 1935.


The National Park Service works to protect, preserve, and foster appreciation of the cultural resources in its custody. These include archeological resources, cultural landscapes, ethnographic resources, historic and prehistoric structures, and museum collections. At Yukon-Charley Rivers we employ various cultural resource specialists to carry out this work. Learn more about these efforts through the following links...

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