A Guide to the Atlin Pioneer Cemetery
An inventory of many of the headboards and headstones.
Mining in Atlin, 1898-1908
An illustrated article originally published on 13 pages of The Journal of the Canadian Mining Institute, 1909 (Vol. XII).
Journey to Atlin, 1900
An article in The Evening Star (Washington, D.C.) of June 23, 1900, describes Cy Warman's journey on 3 steamboats from White Horse to Atlin.
Surprise Lake Dam near Atlin, 1903
Placer miners built a wooden dam on 21-mile-long Surprise Lake in 1903, and its ruins can still be seen today. Here is the history and a current photo.
Vote for Captain John Irving, 1907
A large front-page article in The Weekly Star (Whitehorse, Yukon Territory) of January 25, 1907, urges Atlin voters to support Captain John Irving in the February 2 election.
This 6-page illustrated article is from the school history book 'History and Geography of British Columbia', by Lawson and Young, published in 1913.
Atlin, British Columbia in the 1930s
A collection of photos shot by Miss Eva Cayot while on an Alaska cruise in the 1930s.
A History of the Atlin Inn
This hotel, closed in 1936, helped make Atlin a world-famous tourist destination in the 1920s.
Atlin Silver Lead Mines (the Ruffner Mine)
This historic mine began its life in the period between the decline of Atlin's placer mines in 1917 and their resurgence in the mid-1930s.
Photographs of Atlin in the 1950s
Ten photos shot by provincial liquor inspector W. S. (Bill) Lythgoe.
Vanishing BC: Atlin