I haven’t been to the Yukon since I was fourteen, and so have no
photographs of my own.
Eric Hegg photos
Eric Hegg used glass plate photography to take hundreds of photos of the stampede, and his is one of the best visual records we have of that time and place. I modeled my photographer character on him, and these photos depict various locations in True Gold. Click on the link below to learn more about him and see the photos.
Other photos in the public domain of the
Klondike region then and now.
Click on the photos to go to their original websites.
A modern aerial view of Dawson City.
A historical view of Dawson.
The junction of the Yukon and the Forty Mile River, on the way to the Klondike.
The following photos are taken from
A historical Dawson street scene.
Bonanza and Eldorado creeks, where the original gold strikes were made.
No wonder Karin eschewed skirts for men’s clothing.