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Re: Census 1900 - 1920 for Henry S. Clyde - Where to look
Posted by: Hugh Harris (ID *****4843) Date: January 31, 2003 at 19:58:55
In Reply to: Re: Census 1900 - 1920 for Henry S. Clyde - Where to look by Patricia Quinn of 2383

Well, one needs to know which goldrush. There was the Klondike, the Nome and the Fairbanks goldrushes in that period 1898-1910). There were also minor rushes throughout the interior of Alaska. I would try the Nome and Fairbank census for 1900/1910.
As for being in the timber industry, that could be the Southeast Alaska, Prince William Sound, Kodiak and the Kenai Peninsula.


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