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Question 1: Experienced miners were often known as ________,[13] while potential miners, new to the Klondike, were known as Cheechakos.
SourdoughGlucoseStarchLeavening agent

Question 2: Men from all walks of life headed for the Yukon from as far away as New York, South Africa,[5] the United Kingdom[6], and ________.
AustraliaCanadaBarbadosJamaica

Question 3: The American economy had been hard hit by the ________ and the Panic of 1896 which caused widespread unemployment.
Financial crisis of 2007–2010Panic of 1873Panic of 1893Panic of 1907

Question 4: The first successful prospectors arrived in ________ on July 15 and in Seattle, Washington on July 17, setting off the Klondike stampede.
Los AngelesSan FranciscoOakland, CaliforniaSan Jose, California

Question 5: ________Klondike: The Last Great Gold Rush, 1896-1899 Espn 0-385-65844-3 and other editions
Pierre BertonTorontoWhitehorse, YukonVancouver

Question 6: Not only did the exemplary conduct of the force ensure its continuation at a time when its dissolution was being debated in the ________, but the Force's depiction in popular western culture is often set at this time.
Monarchy of CanadaHouse of Commons of CanadaParliament of CanadaSenate of Canada

Question 7: ________' 1950s Scrooge McDuck comics established the character as a successful participant in the Klondike rush when he was young, around the turn of the century.
Huey, Dewey, and LouieDonald DuckCarl BarksMickey Mouse

Question 8: In 1898, the population in the Klondike may have reached 40,000, which threatened to cause a ________.
Food securityOverpopulationFamineMalnutrition

Question 9: One of the last books of ________, "Le Volcan d'Or" or "The Volcano of Gold" in English, deals with the terrible hardships endured by the gold-seekers in the Klondike.
Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the SeaThe Mysterious IslandJules VerneThe Begum's Fortune

Question 10: The most popular examples include dramatic depictions such as the radio series ________ and comedic ones like Dudley Do-Right.
Challenge of the YukonThe Lone RangerGeorge W. TrendleThe Green Hornet







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