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The Sternwheeler Gleaner


To The Life & Death of the Gleaner

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The Yukon River sternwheeler Gleaner in about 1906, probably on Tagish Lake
The Gleaner in about 1906, probably on Tagish Lake.

The Gleaner at Conrad City, a silver mining centre on Windy Arm of Tagish Lake, in 1906.
The Gleaner at Conrad City, a silver mining centre on Windy Arm of Tagish Lake, in 1906.

The wreckage of the Yukon River sternwheeler Gleaner at Nares Lake in May 2001
The wreckage of the Gleaner can be just barely seen in the center of this photo. She was scuttled here to serve as a wingdam to channel the water through Nares Lake. These photos were all taken in May 2001.

The wreckage of the Yukon River sternwheeler Gleaner at Nares Lake in May 2001

The wreckage of the Yukon River sternwheeler Gleaner at Nares Lake in May 2001

The wreckage of the Yukon River sternwheeler Gleaner at Nares Lake in May 2001

The wreckage of the Yukon River sternwheeler Gleaner at Nares Lake in May 2001

The wreckage of the Yukon River sternwheeler Gleaner at Nares Lake in May 2001

The wreckage of the Yukon River sternwheeler Gleaner at Nares Lake in May 2001

The wreckage of the Yukon River sternwheeler Gleaner at Nares Lake in May 2001

The wreckage of the Yukon River sternwheeler Gleaner at Nares Lake in May 2001

The wreckage of the Yukon River sternwheeler Gleaner at Nares Lake in May 2001


The historic postcards are in the collection of Murray Lundberg, and the current photos are © 2001 by Murray Lundberg.