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ZOOM Klondike Gold Prospector's Kit
$19.95 (Win95/98) (Retail) (KLONGKITPR)

Includes:
Klondike Gold Pan and 24K Gold-Bearing Paydirt straight from the Klondike!

Hyperborean Productions/DNA Multimedia

Reference

A Journey Into History

Klondike Gold begins its exploration of the Yukon and Alaska before the Gold Rush. Native traders and the Hudson's Bay Company opened up the wild territory and the routes across which flowed 80,000 stampeders in a tidal wave of greed and longing.

It's a rich history of scientists, explorers, scoundrels and tycoons. And, underlying all was the prospectors' insatiable appetite for gold.

Who Really Found the Gold?

There were four Tagish Indians and a prospector from California present at the big strike at Bonanza Creek. Their photos and even a voice recording, still survive and form a unique part of Klondike Gold. Since most history texts refer only to their English names, such as Skookum Jim and Dawson Charlie, few people recognize the role played by native peoples in the great Gold Rush. Yet, Skookum Jim's real name was "Keish" and Dawson Charlie's was "Kaa Goox". Their fascinating story is one of many surprises to be found within Klondike Gold.

The Voice of Robert W. Service

The era was encapsulated and immortalized by the poet, Robert W. Service. Klondike Gold contains a rare recording of the acknowledged bard of the Yukon reciting his most famous work, "The Cremation of Sam McGee", as well as an equally rare radio interview.

Special Prospector's Kit

Learn to pan for gold using the gold-bearing paydirt supplied with the kit. Just pour in pan, add water and try it for yourself. Then try your luck in your local streams. Experience the thrill of finding gold in your own pan. You might even make the big strike!

Get handy tips on panning for gold and where to look in your area.

Requirements:

Windows - 486SX-33MHz processor (Pentium recommended), Windows 95/98 or Windows 3.1, 8MB of RAM, 640 x 480, 256 color monitor, MPC compatible, 16-bit sound card, double speed CD-ROM drive.



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