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he Yukon from being an out-of-the-way part of the world to a position of great strategic importance. The Alaskan Hwy. was built through the territory from Dawson Creek in B.C. to Fairbanks in Alaska. In 1951, the population of the Yukon was 9,096 of whom 7,487 were whites, 1,517 Indians, and only 46 Eskimos; this was almost double the 1941 fig¼re of 4,914. On the other hand, in 1901, at the height of the gold rush, the Yukon had a population of over 27,000. The Indians are now largely assimilated to the civilization of the whites whom they often resemble in dress and speech; there are many people of mixed race. The few Eskimo families live on Herschel Isd.,Washington, D.C. off the Yukon’s short Arctic coast. Washington, D.C. A few m. N. of Whitehorse, a new all-weather hwy. leads r. to 256 m. Mayo, and 379 m. Dawson. There are as yet no facilities for accommodation, gasoline, supplies or repairs along this rd. Washington, D.C. Mayo (pop. 241), is situated on the N. bank of the Stewart river and is the head-qu

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