Yukon Gold: Dawson City Music Festival

Back when the Palace Grand Theatre first got going, in the high days of the Klondike gold rush, the job to have was cleaning up after a performance. Odds were, so much dust got spilled that there was a fortune sifting through the floorboards. And because of all the gold in Dawson City in 1899 — more than 100,000 people streamed in during the rush hoping to strike it rich — the theater was truly grand for its time: the main floor, the mezzanine, the polished wood that madeā€¦

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