Yukon River Steamboats

A Pictorial History

Stan Cohen

Nowhere else on the continent was there such a proliferation of steamboats and for so long a period of time as on the Yukon River. The river was home to boats of one kind or another for close to 90 years, and the era did not end until 1955, long after the other river systems had switched to more economical means of river transportation.

128 pages, paperback, 8.5 x 11
ISBN 978-0-93312-619-0

Pictorial Histories

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