There are several sites that list maintain databases on individuals who traveled northward towards Alaska and Canada between 1896 and 1914. Here are some sites to begin your search.
- Klondike Gold Rush Historical Database containing photographs, newspaper clippings, documents, contemporary Seattle business names and locations, vessel sailing dates and passenger lists related to the 1897-1898 Klondike Gold Rush.
- Ghosts of the Klondike Genealogical Database - The Dawson City Museum maintains 80,000 genealogical records online including records of the Northwest Mounted Police, Yukon Order of Pioneers, Palm Sunday Avalanche victims and a variety of other genealogical records.
- Klondike Stampeders Association - Non-profit Alaska organization dedicated to preserving the memory and deeds of the Klondike Stampeders located in Skagway.
- How to find your gold rush relative: Sources on the Klondike and Alaska gold rushes (1896-1914) - is a comprehensive list of resources. It was revised in 2001 and contains many obscure sources that might otherwise be overlooked.