This is a listing of the books, the authors, with biographical information, and the publishers, with date of first publishing, for the books featured in Alaska and the Klondike, Early Writings and Historic Photographs.
Golden Alaska, by Ernest Ingersoll
The Land of Tomorrow, by Willian B. Stephenson, Jr.
The Spell of the Yukon & Other Verses, by Robert Service
The Ascent of Denali, by Hudson Stuck and
Ten Thousand Miles with a Dog Sled, by Hudson Stuck
Hudson Stuck (November 11, 1865 – October 10, 1920) was a British native who became an Episcopal priest, social reformer, and mountain climber in the United States. The Ascent of Denali, was published in 1914 by Charles Scribner & Sons, and Ten Thousand Miles with a Dog Sled was published in 1916 by Charles Scribner & Sons.
From Paris to New York by Land, by Harry DeWindt
Harry DeWindt (April 9, 1856 – November 30, 1933) is best known as an explorer and travel writer. From Paris to New York by Land was published in 1912 by Thomas Nelson & Sons.
Through the Yukon Gold Diggings, by Josiah Edward Spurr
A Woman Who Went––To Alaska, by May Kellogg Sullivan
May Kellogg Sullivan was in her twenties when she wrote this book in 1902, but there is no biographical information about her available. A Woman Who Went to Alaska was published in 1902 by J. H. Earle & Company.
The Land of Nome, by Lanier McKee
Along Alaska’s Great River, by Frederick Schwatka
Frederick Schwatka (September 29, 1849 – November 2, 1892) was a United States Army lieutenant with degrees in medicine and law and a noted explorer of northern Canada and Alaska. Along Alaska’s Great River was published in 1885 by Cassell & Company, Ltd.
Alaska: Our Northern Wonderland, by Frank Carpenter
A Dog-Puncher on the Yukon, by Arthur Treadwell Walden
Arthur Treadwell Walden (May 10, 1871 – March 26, 1947) was a Klondike Gold Rush adventurer, dog driver and participant in the first Byrd Antarctic Expedition. He is also known as an author and developer of the Chinook sled dog breed. A Dog-Puncher on the Yukon was published in 1928 by Houghton Mifflin Co.