Take a photo of the AB Hall on your private tour though Skagway. It has approximately 9,000 small pieces of driftwood assembled into a checkerboard design. In 1899 approximately 600 men a day arrived in Skagway by steamers from Seattle during the Klondike Gold Rush. It was the first of eventually thirty camps or brotherhood halls of gold speculators and miners that would be created in Alaska and neighboring Canada with a peak of 10,000 members.
Tom & Michele Strand