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Gold Hunting in Alaska

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(4,4 Sterne; 10 Bewertungen)

In 1898, naturalist, Joseph Grinnell joins a company of twenty men bound for Kotzebue Sound, Alaska, from California aboard the schooner Penelope. With the trained eye of a scientist and with a flair for prose and poetry, he documents the adventures of this group of gold hunters before they return a year and a half later. This account gives valuable insights into the Alaskan culture of that time and the hardships of those searching for the fortunes of gold. - Summary by Larry Wilson (7 hr 20 min)

Chapters

Dedication & Preface

2:26

Read by Larry Wilson

Chapter 1

22:58

Read by BettyB

Chapter 2

20:03

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Chapter 3

11:27

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Chapter 4

13:28

Read by Sunbeard

Chapter 5

16:42

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Chapter 6

9:25

Read by Jarryd Hanson

Chapter 7

15:22

Read by Wayne Cooke

Chapter 8

16:09

Read by Wallace Morgan

Chapter 9

16:40

Read by MickeyMac

Chapter 10

16:10

Read by Jeremy Clark

Chapter 11

19:03

Read by Jeremy Clark

Chapter 12

21:29

Read by Jeremy Clark

Chapter 13

22:25

Read by Dylan Smith

Chapter 14

16:34

Read by Connemara

Chapter 15

19:08

Read by June Weintraub

Chapter 16

18:02

Read by fred

Chapter 17

15:16

Read by Skylane

Chapter 18

23:28

Read by Skylane

Chapter 19

20:02

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Chapter 20

21:42

Read by Dodi

Chapter 21

14:54

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Chapter 22

14:37

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Chapter 23

17:39

Read by fred

Chapter 24

21:59

Read by Connemara

Chapter 25

13:02

Read by BettyB