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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Jack Londons life: Klondike Gold Rush: "The Klondike Gold Rush was a migration by an estimated 100,000 prospectors to the Klondike region of the Yukon in North Western Canada between 1896-1899" The people were told to bring a years worth of food so they wouldn't starve. About 4,000 people actually found gold Jack London, born Jack Griffith Chaney, was born on January 12, 1876 in Oakland, California. He dropped out of high school and worked multiple jobs including being a sailor and work for the government. He went to the University of California for one year then he was drawn to the Klondike Gold rush and never returned to college. In the 1890's settlers and miners were attracted to Yukon Territory for gold. The construction of military bases contributed to the growth of some major Alaskan cities. The US granted state hood to Alaska on January 3,1959. The state still continues to thrive even though it's temperatures rang from 55-78 in the summer 5-30 in the winter. Alaska Dog Breeds Saint Bernard-willingness to workMuscular trek for miles through deep snow to search for lost travelers Scottish shepherd- heading dogsLots of energyGood with other animals Other animals that might fare well in Arctic circle are Siberian Husky,Samoyed dog,Alaskan malamute The Iditarod and sled racing The Iditarod is a sled race it takes place every March in Alaska and it starts on a Saturday and takes about ten days to finish. It is sometimes called "Last Great Race". The dogs pull the musher across frozen rivers ,barren tundra, and steep mountains. Wolves and dogs behaviors and pack mentality The top male and females are alphas who eat before everyone else, and are in charge, and betas are are the second in command so when the alpha dies the betas become the new alphas or when the alphas get old, the betas challenge them and if the beta wins, they are the new alpha. Omegas are at the bottom of the pack. Wolves are intensely territorial their terrain may include thousands of square miles.
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