DescriptionImperial Size Photograph of Miners on Beach of Nome, Alaska, ca. 1900. In July 1898, gold was discovered on Anvil Creek near what was to become Nome, Alaska. The prospectors soon began to arrive, and by 1900, U.S. Census statistics listed Nome as the home of one-third of Alaska's white population.
Great large size photograph by McClelland, of the gold miners on the beach of Nome, Alaska. Very busy scene of literarily tons of supplies; the miners are milling around in this makeshift tent town. Trying to make their fortune in gold. Measures approximately 12" X 10".
Condition: Very fine, excellent contrast.
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