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Iams J.  V-Lot, Index, p. 93;

Ickes, J.  (See also Ikes); Passenger list for the schooner Hera, departed Seattle for
Copper River 3/22/98, Seattle P-I, 3/23/98;


Ickes, J. N.  (See also Ikes); Passenger list for the schooner Hera, departed Seattle for Copper River 3/22/98, Seattle P-I, 3/23/98;

Ickis, M. D. Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle for Yakutat Bay andValdes, 3/24/98; party of 37 from Sioux City, IA led by J. N. Henry were to be dropped off at Yakutat, the others apparently headed for Valdes, Seattle P-I, 3/25/98;

Ike, Sheeney.  Leading second group rushing for the south fork, Dooley Diary, 3/18/98;

Ickes, J. (See also Ikes); Passenger list for the schooner Hera, departed Seattle for
Copper River 3/22/98, Seattle P-I, 3/23/98;


Ickes, J. N. (See also Ikes); Passenger list for the schooner Hera, departed Seattle for Copper River 3/22/98, Seattle P-I, 3/23/98;

Ickis, M. D. Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle for Yakutat Bay and
Valdes, 3/24/98; party of 37 from Sioux City, IA led by J. N. Henry were to be dropped off at Yakutat, the others apparently headed for Valdes, Seattle P-I, 3/25/98;


Ikes, James.  (See also Ickes); Brown gives one pair of shoes, Brown in Abercrombie 1900, p. 41; Groo mentions at Manker Creek, Groo Diary, 1/14/99;

Indian Albert.  (Also called, "Bad Indian," Powell); (Ahtna Indian); Powell meets, shot prospector Robinson, Powell, Trailing, p. 68 ff; hears night-call and passes his body-guard on the trail, Powell, Trailing, p. 300;

Indian Charlie.  (Also Gokona Charley, Powell); (Ahtna Indian).  Told Hazelet there was "High-you" gold on the Chistochina, camped near them on Copper, long passage describing him, Hazelet Diary, 11/12/98; leaving Copper Center for Chistochina, Hazelet Diary, 3/26/99; 4/2/99; 4/8/99; 4/16/99; Powell meets family at camp on Slahna River, son ill and dies, tells Powell where he can find gold, Powell, Trailing, p. 165; death of his wife and children, Powell, Trailing, p. 178-179; drowns in the Tazlina River, Powell, Trailing, p. 279;

Ingram, J. (See also Jack Ingrams; J. H. Ingram, Portland Oregonian); Passenger
list--Steam schooner Albion, departing Portland 3/8/98, Portland Oregonian, 3/8/98; Axeman and flagman for E. Gillette on railway survey 1899, Gillette in Abercrombie 1900, pp. 149;


Ingrams, Jack.  (See also J. Ingram); Hometown: Kansas City, MO; Listed in names & address section, Dooley Diary;

Iquance, William.  Passenger boarded the steamer Wolcott in San Francisco, left Seattle for Copper River, 11/20/97, Seattle P-I, 11/21/97; Passenger boarded the steamer Wolcott in San Francisco, left Seattle for Copper River, 11/20/97, Seattle P-I, 11/21/97;

Irisch, W. M.  Passenger, steam schooner National City, departing Portland, OR, 3/14/98 with "by far the larger number of her passengers" bound for the Copper River, but a few for Dyea/Skagway, Portland Oregonian, 3/15/98;

Irwin, C. H. Locator with Lavell and Bradburg witnesses, 8/21/1899, UKMDR, p. 173;

Isele, Joseph. Passenger on the Rival departing Port Townsend, WA 3/6/98, Port
Townsend Leader, 3/7/98;


Isert, Rob.  (Isert, Conger; Also, Izatt, Robert, Brown in Abercrombie, 1900);
Hometown: Milwaukee, WI; Dies of heart attack, 2/12/98, Conger, p. 197;


Isoard, A.  Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle for Yakutat Bay and
Valdes, 3/24/98; party of 37 from Sioux City, IA led by J. N. Henry were to be dropped off at Yakutat, the others apparently headed for Valdes, Seattle P-I, 3/25/98;


Iverson, E. Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle for Yakutat Bay and
Valdes, 3/24/98; party of 37 from Sioux City, IA led by J. N. Henry were to be dropped off at Yakutat, the others apparently headed for Valdes, Seattle P-I, 3/25/98;


Iverson, H. J. Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle for Yakutat Bay and Valdes, 3/24/98; party of 37 from Sioux City, IA led by J. N. Henry were to be dropped off at Yakutat, the others apparently headed for Valdes, Seattle P-I, 3/25/98;

Izatt, Robert.  (Izatt in Brown; Isert, Conger; Izett, Seattle P-I); Hometown:
Milwaukee, WI; Passenger list for steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 4/19/98 for Orca and Valdes, Seattle P-I, 4/20/98; G. Hanson & W. E. Hendricks arrive on 2/22/1899 from Copper Center in Valdez reporting death of Robert Izatt, Brown in Abercrombie 1900, p. 38;


Izett, R. (See Izatt);

Jack, -.  Worked on relief station on Valdez Glacier, Sept. 1898, CS1;

Jackie, Charles.  (Could be read as Jackle); Hometown: Silver Creek, NY; Waiting in Seattle with Hugo E. J. Fenske for Excelsior to depart, Seattle P-I, 2/9/98;

Jackle, Charles.  (See Jackie);

Jackson, C. W. Passenger on the Rival departing Port Townsend, WA 3/6/98, Port Townsend Leader, 3/7/98;

Jackson, Peter. Sells claims on LaTouche to Beyer, 3/28/98, PWSMDR, Bk. 1, p. 43; Mail carrier, 1898, Crary, Diary Ms. 6/28/1898, p. 8; established a private mail route from Orca, "steamship companies bring the mail to him, charging 2 cents a letter extra; he delivers it along the trail at these rates this side of summit: 50 cents a month, return mail free; other side of summit, $1.00 in and $1.00 out a month.  Of course, when there is no mail no charges are made.  Figures on making a trip once a month."  Address: Copper River, Alaska, c/o Jackson's Route, Valdez, Kappleman Letter; See also Brown, Abercrombie 1900, p. 38; Squaw man who makes too much money delivering mail, got drunk and abandoned mail,Leslie's Magazine; 12/8/1898; Leader with Dempsey of relief attempt on Valdez Glacier, 2/27/1899, Jury Finding, CS1; V-Lot, Index, p.24; Notice of Location, Fidalgo Bay, June 19, 1899, PWSMDL, Bk. 2; Location notice with H. F. Jennings for Galena Bay, Copper Mt. PWSMDR, Bk. 2. p. 175-6;

Jacobsen, -.  Crary had row with Jacobsen, Sweet, & Frenchman over abandoning
contract to move their stuff, 6/18/1898. Crary, Diary Ms. p. 7; Caught in snowstorm on Quartz Creek with Simonstad, Bell, Nelson, Miller, and Faber in 1898, Powell, Trailing, p. 159;


Jacobsen, J. List of prospectors crossing Valdez Glacier, 5/29/1898, W. H. Crary Diary, p. 5;

Jacobsen, W. J.  At 1897 PWS Miners Meeting, 6/11/1897, PWSMDR, Bk. 1, p.1;

Jacobson, A.  Army Officers on steamer Valencia, departing Seattle 4/7/98, Seattle P-I 4/8/98 & Seattle Times, 4/8/98;

Jacobson, Jacob A. Born: Denmark, July 1863, C1900; hometown unreadable, SD.
C1900; Arrived in Alaska, March 1898, C1900; Donated to building relief station on Valdez Glacier, Sept. 1898; Bourke notes, CS1;


Jacobson, J. E.  Passenger list for steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 4/19/98 for Orca and Valdes, Seattle P-I, 4/20/98;

Jacobson, -. (Mrs. M. E.). First class passenger on steamer Valencia, departing Seattle 4/7/98, Seattle P-I 4/8/98 & Seattle Times, 4/8/98;

Jacobson, Nils John. (Also Jacobsen, Mining Records; Jacobson, Pioneers; Nils
Jacobson John, C1900); Born: Norway (Pioneers, C1900) 9/16/1867 (Pioneers); Sept. 1865, C1900; Arrived in Alaska April 1886, C1900; Gives Orca, AK as hometown in C1900; gives power of attorney to M. L. Washburn to deal with Landlock Bay Claims, 1897, MLR, Bk. G, (H&I); Sells house, woodshed, etc. to George Donaldson for $2,000, 4/23/98, PWSMDR, Bk. 1, p. 55; Located Quartz Claims on Latouche with A. Lawson, W. J. Shepard, M. L. Throstensen locators, Jan. 1, 1899.  Witness Chr. Christiansen, Hein Kulper, ML, Bk G (H&I), p. 83; Jacobsen & Thorstensen in dispute over Landlock Bay (Copper Mt.) claims with L. L. Williams & Associates, enter agreement for development rights with Alaska Commercial Company, 3/7/1898, ML, BK. 2, p. 97; Jacobsen Sells White Eagle Claim to F. C. Lawrence for $1.00. ML, Bk G (H&I), p. 439;


Jaffey, -. Boatman for Schrader, Schrader in Glenn & Abercrombie, p. 359;

Jaknert, -. Subscribed to a relief station fund for 1899 on Valdez Glacier, in Valdez, 1898, CS1;

James, Elmer E.  Hometown:Juneau, AK.  Location notice, Juneau: Delaney, C. H.
Anderson, E. E. Jones, L. L. Williams, E. de Groff, W. N. McNair, W. D. McNair,
PWSMDR, Bk. 1, p. 26; MLR, Bk. G, (H&I), pp. 326-327; Notice of Tunnel Right,
C. H. Anderson, A. K. Delaney, Edward de Groff, L. L. Williams, W. H. McNair, W. D. McNair, E. E. James, Hugh Murray, Clinton Gumee, Jr., David Wallace, W. R. Curtis, filed PWSMDR, Bk. 1, 9/15/97; copy MLR, Bk. G, (H&I), pp. 328, 329; Power of attorney, and quit claim deed to Prince William Sound Mining & Development Co, MLR, Bk. G, (H&I), pp. 428-429;


James, Sam. Hometown: San Bernadino, CA; Waiting in Portland for the next boat to Copper River, Portland Oregonian, 3/12/98;

James, W. C. Hometown: San Bernadino, CA; Waiting in Portland for the next boat to Copper River, Portland Oregonian, 3/12/98;

Janess, I. D.  Passenger on steam schooner Noyo, departing Seattle for Copper River ports with a few passengers for Juneau and Skagway, Seattle P-I, 3/16/98;

Janonski, John.  (See also Janorsky); Filed claim in TMDR, 1898, p.53;

Janorsky, J. (See also John Janonski); Passenger on the Rival departing Port
Townsend, WA 3/6/98, Port Townsend Leader, 3/7/98;


Jarks, T. J.  Witness to Phelps, QCMDR, 1898, p. 30;

Jaworsky, J. A. Location notice, Mt. Thomas, May 19, 1899. PWSMDR, Bk. 2, p.
165-166;


Jaynes, Wesley.  Hometown: Hornellsville, NY. Margeson/Benedict trip, Gold Hunters, p. 9; Moyes, Jaynes & Margeson go hunting & meet bear, Gold Hunters, pp. 109 ff; Locator, "Bear" claim, No. 4 below the gorge on O'Brien Cr., 10/20/98, witnesses, John Turrey, Thos. O'Brien, TMDR, p. 34; Witness with Thos. O'Brien to J. Turrey claim on O'Brien Creek, TMDR, p. 38; Locator, "Delia" placer claim No. 18 above canyon on Manker Creek, 7/27/98, witnesses Sweet & Margeson, TMDR, p. 68; Locator, "Delia" on Surprise Cr. trib. of Tonsina, 7/31/1899, witnesses Sweet & H. Smith, QCMDR, p. 106; Locator, 4/17/99, "Fractional Mining Co. Claim," Quartz Creek, witness D. Wyman, QCMDR, p. 123;

Jefferson, Jesse Delos.  Born: Franklin, TN, 2/11/1852 Pioneers; Hometown in 1900, Valdez, AK; Arrived in Alaska, March 1898, C1900; Filed in VMDR, p. 164;


Jeffrey, -.  (See also G. H. Jefferys); Dooley stays in Jeffrey and Wiseman tent at foot of lake, Diary, 8/8/98; the names G. H. Jefferys and F. C. Wiseman occur next to each other on the passenger list for the Albion, Portland Oregonian, 3/8/98;

Jefferys, G. H. (See also Jeffery); Passenger list--Steam schooner Albion, departing Portland 3/8/98, Portland Oregonian, 3/8/98; the names G. H. Jefferys and F. C. Wiseman occur next to each other on the passenger list for the Albion, Portland Oregonian, 3/8/98;

Jeffries, Lt.  (See Jefferies); With Abercrombie. Guiteau had dinner with at Copper Center shortly before Jeffries drowned, Guiteau, Louis, Death Trail, The Alaskana, pp. 3-8; with Guiteau, Guiteau Diary, 8/31/98;

Jennings, B. F. (Jenning, Crary Diary); First class passenger on steamer Valencia,
departing Seattle 4/7/98, Seattle P-I 4/8/98 & Seattle Times, 4/8/98; [Note: Barrington and Jennings were on Valencia together]; With Barrington on top of 4th Bench, Valdez Glacier, 6/14/1898, Crary Diary. p. 7;


Jennings, H. F.  Location notice with Pete Jackson for Galena Bay, Copper Mt.
PWSMDR, Bk. 2, p. 175-6; sells interest in Copper King Claim to J. Jacobsen.
PWSMDR, Bk. 2, p. 279;


Jensen, A. S. (A. S. Jensen, Seattle P-I; A. S. Jenson, QCMDR); Passenger list for the schooner Hera, departed Seattle for Copper River 3/22/98, Seattle P-I, 3/23/98; Locator, QCMDR, 1898, p. 12;

Jensen, C. W. Second-class passenger on steamer Excelsior, departing Seattle, 2/27/98 for Valdez, Seattle P-I, 2/28/98;

Jensen, George.  Location Notice, 1/27/99, witness Von Gunther, VMDR, p. 83;

Jensen, Thomas. Passenger on steam schooner Noyo, departing Seattle for Copper River ports with a few passengers for Juneau and Skagway, Seattle P-I, 3/16/98;

Jenson, A. S. (See A. S. Jensen);

Jeponi, Nelse J.  (See Also Jepson, Nelse J.); Born: Sweden, May 1864, C1900;
Hometown: Hellsboro, ND, Arrived in Alaska, March 1898, C1900;

Jepson, Nelse J. Born: Sweden in 5/22/1864, Pioneers; Born in1866, Pathfinder;
arrived in Valdez 1898, Pioneers; Witnesses for Bland, Bruce, McGee, Bradford, and Aberheim, TMDR; Locator, "Cecelia" Placer claim, No. 4 below discovery on Manker Creek, 7/20/98, witnesses Swan Johnson, J. Errickson, TMDR, p. 49; also witnesses other claims in TMDR; Born in Sweden in 1866; arrived in Valdez 1898; roadhouse owner at Beaverdam for 7 years; cook by trade; worked for Abercrombie exploring and opening trail, prospector and miner. Pathfinder;

Jerome, R. S. First class passenger boarding Valencia in Seattle, departing Seattle 3/6/98 with 600 passengers, Seattle P-I, 3/6/98;

Jersander, Oscar M.  Passenger on Helen Almy bound for Copper River, capsized shortly after departing San Francisco, 3/20/98, Seattle P-I, 3/23/98;

Jewett, Geo. F.  Passenger, steam schooner National City, departing Portland, OR, 3/14/98 with "by far the larger number of her passengers" bound for the Copper River, but a few for Dyea/Skagway, Portland Oregonian, 3/15/98;

Jilsan, A. T.  (handwriting could be Jilson), First class passenger boarding Valencia in Seattle, departing Seattle 3/6/98 with 600 passengers, Seattle P-I, 3/6/98; Filed in VMDR, p. 23;

Jilson, A. Locator, QCMDR, 1898, p. 47;

Jilson, A. T. (handwriting could be Jilsan), Filed in VMDR, p. 23;

Johns, Edward. Born: Quebec, April 1860, C1900; Arrived Alaska, Aug. 1889, C1900; On Valdez Trail, summer 1900, C1900; No direct evidence that he participated in the Valdez to Coppper River Area Gold Rush in 1898-99;

Johnson, -.  "One of Holman's Men", guide for Rohn, Abercrombie 1900, p. 121 ff;

Johnson, A. Second-class passenger on steamer Excelsior, departing Seattle, 2/27/98 for Valdez, Seattle P-I, 2/28/98;

Johnson-Borgeson Party.  Kappelman reports they were humbugged by Johnson and Borgeson, neither paid to come up to Alaska, Johnson had never been here before, money missing, poor outfits provided, problems for a young person picking partners, break-up of party; Poppenhagen and Johnson leave party in Port Fidalgo, Kappleman Letter;

Johnson, Capt. -. Skipper of the schooner General Siglin, reports that as of March 14, 300 prospectors had made it over the pass on Valdez Glacier, and that Copper City had half a dozen buildings and many tents, Seattle P-I, 3/22/98;

Johnson, Charles. (Also Charlie); Born: Sweden, Feb. 1872, C1900; Hometown: New York City; Arrived in Alaska, March 1898, C1900; V-Lot, Index, p. 111; Locator, QCMDR, 1898, p. 38; Co-locators: F. McCormick, J. F. Sweeny, Wm. Williams, A. C. Ohlhavsen, O. Peterson, Malmgren, John Williams, F. A. Henry, Chas. Johnson, QCMDR, 1898, p. 101; Witnessed for Minnie Cameron, QCMDR, 1899, p. 126; Partner fell into creek and died of hypothermia in winter of 1898-1899, Powell, Trailing, p. 226; "report is that Bronson froze to death in an attempt to reach Port Valdez by a new route near 3 bench 6 miles from timber.  Johnson got in alive and that is all" Dooley Diary, 2/15/98; Partner Peter Benson fell through ice on glacier and froze to death winter 1899; arrives Groo camp following death of partner on Feb. 3, back from trying to reach Valdez, Groo Diary; Johnson hypothermic and rescued by Dr. Townsend, Johnson now mail carrier; Beaver Falls Weekly Tribune, 7/19/99 in Townsend Letters; Makes another attempt to take mail to Valdez by south fork route, Dooley Diary, 4/15/99; Chas. Johnson "is the first man to get here via the south fork," brings mail, Dooley Diary, 4/29/99; Johnson party comes though Dooley camp in route to Valdez, Dooley Diary, 5/17/99; Notice of amended location 6/26/1899 by Sweeny, W. Williams, Ohlhausen, O. Peterson, Malmgren, J. Williams, Henry, C. Johnson, Pollard, Kain, Hamlen, Ward, Sender, Bush, Onstad, J. H. Smith, McCormick, QCMDR, p. 108;

Johnson, D. Subscriber to building relief station on Valdez Glacier, Sept. 1898, Bourke notes, CS1;

Johnson, E. Passenger on steam schooner Noyo, departing Seattle 3/15/98 for Copper River ports with a few passengers for Juneau and Skagway, Seattle P-I, 3/16/98;

Johnson, Edward.  Witness to Location Notice 9/4/1899: W. R. Abercrombie, C. P. Smith, J. C. Black, Phil Blumauer, J.J . Abercrombie, Louis Blumauer Cutsina
(Kotsina?) River near Mt. Blackburn, ML, Bk. 3 (Bks. J&F), p. 44-5;


Johnson, Frank. Passenger on steam schooner Noyo, departing Seattle 3/15/98 for Copper River ports with a few passengers for Juneau and Skagway, Seattle P-I, 3/16/98;

Johnson, G. H.  (Probably Brown's "Gus" Johnson), Passenger list for steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 4/19/98 for Orca and Valdes, Seattle P-I, 4/20/98; V-Lot, Index, p. 73; Brown sends in relief effort to bring Gardner from relief station, 4/29/99, Brown in Abercrombie 1900, p. 40; Brown gives one pair of pants, Brown in Abercrombie 1900, p. 41;

Johnson, H. R.  Passenger on steam schooner Noyo, departing Seattle for Copper River ports with a few passengers for Juneau and Skagway, Seattle P-I, 3/16/98;

Johnson, J.  List of prospectors crossing Valdez Glacier, 5/29/1898, W. H. Crary Diary, p. 5;

Johnson, J. M. Passenger on steam schooner Noyo, departing Seattle for Copper River ports with a few passengers for Juneau and Skagway, Seattle P-I, 3/16/98;

Johnson, John. (See J. Johnson); Passenger list for steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 4/19/98 for Orca and Valdes, Seattle P-I, 4/20/98;

Johnson, John A.  Locator, QCMDR, 1898, p. 96; Location Notice with Bettles,
Knight Island, 8/30/1899, PWSMDR, Book 2, p. 252;


Johnson, John L. Location Notice, "Granite" & "Owl" mines, Latouche, 11/19/97,
PWSMDR, Bk. 1, p. 36;


Johnson, L.  Passenger on steam schooner Noyo, departing Seattle for Copper River ports with a few passengers for Juneau and Skagway, Seattle P-I, 3/16/98;

Johnson, -. (Mrs. T. F.).  With husband on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 4/19/98 for Orca and Valdes, Seattle P-I, 4/20/98;

Johnson, O. Passenger on the Rival departing Port Townsend, WA 3/6/98, Port
Townsend Leader, 3/7/98;

Johnson, Ole.  Location Notice, Copper Mt. 7/7/1899, PWSMDR, Bk. 2, p. 194

Johnson, Oscar. Geo. Vine, Oscar Johnson, Frank Smith, Ed. Young, Henry
Chesterman, John Grasser, Herb Gergen, and Jos. Brost are still in Alaska, Neillsville Times [WI], 2/9/99; Axeman and flagman for E. Gillette on railway survey, Gillette in Abercrombie 1900, pp. 149;


Johnson, Rose (Mrs. Charles). Born: Ireland, August 1875, C1900; Hometown: New York City, C1900; Arrived in Alaska, March 1898, C1900; Crossed Valdez Glacier in 1898. BS, p. 44; (Is "Rose" the "redhead" whom the men all admired in 1898?); Locator, QCMDR, 1899,p. 127; UKMDR, 3/24/1899, p. 119;

Johnson, Swan.  Passenger list for the schooner Hera, departed Seattle for Copper River 3/22/98, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 3/23/98; List of prospectors crossing Valdez Glacier,5/29/1898, Crary Diary, p. 5; Witness with W. C. Bruce to J. Errickson claim, TMDR, p. 32; Witness with J. G. Strawn to A. P. Olson claim, TMDR, p. 33; Locator, No. 2 below Discovery on Manker Creek, TMDR, 1898, p. 55; Probably the Johnson that has contract with Grogg to build station on Trans-Alaska Military Trail, Babcock, In Abercrombie 1900, p. 76-77; Built most complete and sanitary cabins along with Olson brothers at Lake Klutina, 1898-99, Golden Cross, p. 82;

Johnson, T. F. With wife on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 4/19/98 for Orca and Valdes, Seattle P-I, 4/20/98;

Johnson, T. M.  Brown sends to help Dr. Townsend bring sick men to Valdez from Barrett's Camp. Brown in Abercrombie 1900, p. 39-40;

Johnston, J. C. "Johnston plus 5" on Passenger list for steamer Alliance, departing
Seattle 4/19/98 for Orca and Valdes, Seattle P-I, 4/20/98; [Note: L. Lashway suggests the 5 might have been Chinese cannery employees whose names are never given];

Johnston, Nelse.  Planted garden opposite mouth of Sanford River, June 1898, Glenn and Abercrombie, p. 580;

Johnston, R. C.  Hometown: San Jose, CA; Made coal and oil discoveries with T. J. Hamilton on Kayak Island, Seattle P-I, 11/13/97;

Jones, Alfred W. Filed in VMDR, p. 112, 150, 153, 154, 155, 157; Location notice for the "Waldo", Abercrombie Gulch, 1/19/99, witness: Dr. A. Von Gunther, VMDR, p.
110;


Jones, J. A.  Hometown: Albina, OR; 108 Front St. Name and address list, Dooley
Diary;

Jones, M. J. Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 1/3/98. Seattle P-I, 1/4/98;

Jones, William.  Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle for Yakutat Bay and Valdes, 3/24/98; party of 37 from Sioux City, IA led by J. N. Henry were to be dropped off at Yakutat, the others apparently headed for Valdes, Seattle P-I, 3/25/98;

Jordan, A.  Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle for Yakutat Bay and
Valdes, 3/24/98; party of 37 from Sioux City, IA led by J. N. Henry were to be dropped off at Yakutat, the others apparently headed for Valdes, Seattle P-I, 3/25/98;


Jorgenson, C.  Passenger, steam schooner National City, departing Portland, OR,
3/14/98 with "by far the larger number of her passengers" bound for the Copper River, but a few for Dyea/Skagway, Portland Oregonian, 3/15/98;


Jorns, J. Passenger list for the schooner Hera, departed Seattle for Copper River
3/22/98, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 3/23/98;


Jourmes, Gus. Passenger on Helen Almy bound for Copper River, capsized shortly after departing San Francisco, 3/20/98, Seattle P-I, 3/23/98;

Joy, Charles R.  Indenture, claims on Glacier I. PWSMDR, Bk. 2, p. 167;

Joy, Frank S.  Indenture, claims on Glacier I. PWSMDR, Bk. 2, p. 167;

Jugler, Peter. Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle for Yakutat Bay and Valdes, 3/24/98; party of 37 from Sioux City, IA led by J. N. Henry were to be dropped off at Yakutat, the others apparently headed for Valdes, Seattle P-I, 3/25/98;

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