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Vol. 11, No. 17 Week of April 23, 2006
Providing coverage of Alaska and Northwest Canada's mineral industry


MINING NEWS: Alaska miners celebrate Gold Rush heroes

Nellie Cashman, adventurer Jack Dalton enter the Hall of Fame over a century after they first became famous for their exploits

Sarah Hurst

For Mining News

A woman who appears on a “Legends of the West” postal stamp and a man who killed two people in gunfights were inducted into the Alaska Mining Hall of Fame in March. Nellie Cashman and Jack Dalton followed very different paths in life, although both ended up in Alaska. Some of Dalton’s descendants we....

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Jack Dalton saw opportunity

Dalton lands in Sitka

Dalton improved trail into Yukon

Recollections of Nellie Cashman


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