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At 13 630 ± 310 BP (WAT-721) Port Hardy is the earliest area known to have been deglaciated at the end of the Fraser Glaciation on Vancouver Island. Pollen and macrofossil analyses of two cores from a basin-blanket bog show that about 14 000 years ago Pinus contorta, Alnus, and Pteridium aquilinum formed pioneering vegetation typical of post-ice environments on the Pacific Northwest coast. Climate is interpreted to have been relatively cool and dry. Picea sitchensis - Tsuga mertensiana forest succeeded at about 11 500 BP and persisted until about 10 000 BP. Climate was cool, moist, and maritime. Warming at about 10 000 BP permitted Tsuga heterophylla gradually to replace T. mertensiana. At 8800 BP Pseudotsuga menziesii migrated into the area and together with P. sitchensis dominated the forest. Abundant Pteridium aquilinum spores suggest forests were open. During the interval 8800 to 7000 BP the climate was warmer and drier than at present because today forests with Pseudotsuga do not extend as far north as Port Hardy. During this warm time, shallow ponds dried out. By 7000 BP Pseudotsuga declined and T. heterophylla and P. sitchensis dominated forests. Climate became wetter and cooler than in the preceding period but not as cool as today. About 3000 BP Cupressaceae, presumably both Thuja plicata and Chamaecyparis nootkatensis, shared the forest canopy with T. heterophylla. Sphagnum growth and bog development occurred after 7000 BP as climate became moister. The vegetation sequence described is a "maritime" type similar to sequences on the west coast of Washington State but unlike those from the Fraser Lowland. The xerothermic interval was of short duration between 8800 and 7000 BP but was expressed clearly in this area of moist maritime climate and therefore must have been of considerable amplitude.
The Yukon's history is, in essence, that of the Gold Rush. The first of these, Seattle, Washington, had served as the gateway to the Yukon. 25 million in sales by early-1898, and was the launching point for the all-water route through the Gulf of Alaska to St. Michael, and then down the Yukon River to Dawson City. Despite the high fares, which few could afford, all passages had been sold out. Dyea and its Chilkoot Trail, the second location, had provided a slower, more treacherous, alternate route, via the 33-mile Chilkoot trail which linked tidewater Alaska with the Canadian headwaters of the Yukon River. Skagway, Alaska, the third location, quickly replaced Dyea as the "Gateway to the Klondike" because of its more navigable White Pass route which, although ten miles longer than that of the Chilkoot Trail, had entailed a 600-foot-lower climb. At Bennett Lake, the fourth location, 30,000 stampeders awaited the spring thaw, constructing 7,124 boats from whipsawn green lumber and launching their flotilla on May 29, 1898, fighting the Whitehorse rapids before following the Yukon River to Dawson City.