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Archeological research south of the downtown area, at a location known as Canyon City, has revealed evidence of use by First Nations for several thousand years.The first copper claims were staked by Jack Mc Intyre on July 6, 1898, and Sam Mc Gee on July 16, 1899.Two tram lines were built, one 8 km (5 mi) stretch on the east bank of the Yukon River from Canyon City to the rapids, just across from the present day downtown, the other was built on the west bank of the river.The surrounding area had seasonal fish camps and Frederick Schwatka, in 1883, observed the presence of a portage trail used to bypass Miles Canyon.Before the Gold Rush, several different tribes passed through the area seasonally and their territories overlapped.

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