Great Tales Of The Gold RushBook - 1999
The great Yukon gold rush along the Klondike River gave rise to more that just mining camps and frontier hardships. It also sparked a literary legacy as writers joined the gold rush and sent back stories of adventure, romance, and memorable mining camp personalities.
Great Tales Of The Gold Rush is an outstanding anthology of the best of these stories that range from realism to romance, from tall tales to true-life adventure.
Great Tales Of The Gold Rush introduces a whole new generation of readers to an invaluable, enduring, and very special literary legacy from Jack London's "In a Far Country" to Robert Service's " The Shooting of Dan McGrew " to Elizabeth Robins' " The Ice Goes Out ", and more!