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Valdez-Yukon Railroad Company



Valdez-Yukon Railroad was an early 20th century railway in the U.S. state of Alaska, built subsequent to the Klondike Gold Rush. The Valdez-Yukon Railroad Company was organized in 1905 for the purpose of building a railroad from Valdez to Eagle City, and to tap the rich copper and gold districts of the Copper, Chitina, and Tanana rivers. The line was discontinued after reaching Keystone Canyon.

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Valdez-Yukon Railroad Company collection

Identifier: Mss-146
Stefansson Mss-146
Date(s): 1902 to 1904

Scrapbook contains report on the feasibility of a railroad operating from Valdez to Eagle City, Alaska, a general report on Alaska, and a report on the Kinnecott groups of copper mines, as well as other reports and letters by J. A. Ferson, Edward Gillette, and Oliver P. Hubbard

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