Jack London Log House|
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Jack London lived in this log house while searching for gold in the Yukon.
The logs that made up the original log house were divided. Half were
shipped to Jack London Square and half remained in Canada. The full log
house was reconstructed in both locations using logs from trees growing
near the original trees to make the log house. Thus, originals of Jack
London's log house are in both Canada and in Jack London Square!
The photos in this slide show were taken in the mid-1990's
by Steve Grande on his Amtrak travels throughout the nation.
The size of the photos is purposely smaller as disk space
was expensive and download speeds were slower at that time.
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