The 24th Infantry, US Army in Skagway, Alaska
A history of the 24th Infantry published in the Skagway Daily Alaskan of January 1, 1900, with a listing of the members of the unit.
Banking on the Stampeders: Dyea vs. Skagway
From the National Postal Museum, an excellent illustrated article about competition during the gold rush.
Building the Skagway to Dawson Road
First promised in 1898, this highway joining the Alaskan coast with the Yukon interior finally became a reality 83 years later.
'From Skagway to Dawson By Automobile'
An article from The Daily Alaskan of August 7, 1913.
The History of Skagway, Alaska
A short history and a map from the Alaska Department of Community & Regional Affairs Community Database.
Klondike Gold Rush
A comprehensive guide to the best resources on the Net.
Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park
The official NPS site has a wealth of information about the part played in the gold rush by Skagway, and about the park's features today.
Lesson Plan for Skagway History
This well-developed lesson plan was written by Ardyce Czuchna-Curl, and is posted by the National Park Service.
Although men get the glory, many women joined the Gold Rush as well - a children's park in Skagway was named to honour Mollie.
Skagway Federal Census Reports
Stories from the Skaguay Alaskan
A selection of stories from Skagway's past, from the annual visitors guide.