Bonanza Creek


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Bonanza Creek,

stream, c.20 mi (30 km) long, W Yukon, Canada. It flows NW to the Klondike River near Dawson. The first gold strike in the Yukon occurred there in 1896.
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The 15th and final chapter of the book brings the 19th century to a close with the discovery of gold on Bonanza Creek in the Klondike.
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Donohue and an Indian named Albert Allen, I ascended Bonanza Creek, Goose Bay, where I had found the piece of float in 1889, and on the 19th of the month discovered and located the large body of ore on the "Bonanza" mineral claim at the junction of Bonanza and Mineral Creeks" (Flewin 1924).
Colorful place names like Bonanza Creek, Dawson; Jack Wade Creek, Alaska; Turk Creek, Alaska; and Crooked Creek, Alaska; where three diamonds were reportedly discovered in separate incidents over a period from 1982 through 1986-all three reportedly discovered during cleanup activities.
The discovery was made nine miles up from the Klondike River at Rabbit Creek - renamed Bonanza Creek. The discovery party consisted of prospectors George Carmacks, Dawson Charlie, and Skookum Jim.
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