Bonanza Creek

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Bo·nan·za Creek

A stream of western Yukon Territory, Canada, flowing about 32 km (20 mi) to the Klondike River near Dawson. The first gold strike in the Yukon occurred here in 1896.
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Ted Harrison's distinctive and vibrant paintings depict Yukon children at work and play--feeding ravens, snaring rabbits, hunting moose, racing on snowshoes, exploring Dawson City and panning for gold in famous Bonanza Creek.
The road to Bonanza Creek was rutted and dusty -- huge Caterpillars were dredging the river and miners in overalls and hard hats were hunched with their shovel and pans.