Jeff. Smiths Parlor Museum, Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, Skagway, Alaska, USA.
Two stuffed moose bulls lock antlers at Jeff. Smiths Parlor Museum, which is toured by the National Park Service. Skagway was founded in 1897 on the Alaska Panhandle. Skagway's population of about 1150 people doubles in the summer tourist season to manage more than one million visitors per year. Half of Alaska's total visitors come via cruise ships. Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park commemorates the late 1890s Gold Rush with three units in Municipality of Skagway Borough: Historic Skagway; the White Pass Trail; and Dyea Townsite and Chilkoot Trail. (A fourth unit is in Pioneer Square National Historic District in Seattle, Washington.) This image was stitched from multiple overlapping photos.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download