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Beaver Creek (1958-1976).
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Black Hills (1910-1924).
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Bonanza (1899-1921).
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Bullion Creek (1904-1905).
- name changed to Kluane on March 1, 1905. (1905-1910; 1913-1920).
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Carcross - see Caribou Crossing

Caribou Crossing (1902-1904).
- name changed to Carcross on October 1, 1904. (1904-current).
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Carmacks (1908-current).
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Champagne (1911-1949).
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Conrad (1906-1910).
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Dawson (1897-current).
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Destruction Bay (1958-current).
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Dominion (1899-1917).
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Elsa (1949-current).
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Fort Selkirk - see Pelly

Forty Mile (1894-1950)
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Forty Mile Creek (1896-1897)
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Glacier Creek (1910-1963).
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Glenboyle (1913-1918).
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Gold Run (1903-1907).
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Granville (1903-1943; 1955-1966).
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Haines Junction (1950-current).
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Herschel Island (1925-1938).
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Hillcrest - see RCAF Station Whitehorse

Hunker (1899-1946).
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Keno Hills (1921-1950; 1952-1965; 1965-1968).
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Kirkman Creek (1916-1916; 1923-1932).
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Kluane - see Bullion Creek

Last Chance (1902-1921).
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Livingstone Creek (1908-1915).
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Lower Dominion (1904-1918).
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McCabe Creek (1953-1969)
- Located near the confluence of McCabe Creek and Yukon River, 47 miles north of Carmacks.
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Mayo - see Mayo Landing

Mayo Landing (1914-1958).
- name changed to Mayo on August 4, 1958. (1958-current).
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Minto Bridge (1910-1921).
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Old Crow (1959-current).
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Paris (1904-1943).
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Pelly (1899-1939).
- name changed to Fort Selkirk on September 21, 1939. (1939-1952)
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Pelly Crossing (1960-current)
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Quill Creek (1972-1973)
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Radford (1905-1939)
- name changed to Readford on March 16, 1939. (1939-1951).
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RCAF Station Whitehorse (1954-1966).
- name changed to Hillcrest on October 19, 1966
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Readford - see Radford

Robinson Station (1909-1915).
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Ross River (1964-current).
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Scroggie Creek (1913-1922)
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Stewart River (1902-1967)
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Sulphur (1903-1922).
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Swift River (1954-2009).
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Tagish Lake (1897-1901).
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Teslin (1913-1920; 1930-1936; 1937-current).
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Thistle Creek (1911-1923).
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Upper Liard (1959-1960).
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Wernecke (1926-1933).
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Whitehorse (1900-current).
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Whitehorse MPO 501 (1952-1952).
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