John Charles McGregor and excerpts from his diary
McGregor, John Charles
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Audio recording about John Charles McGregor by William Barraclough of the Nanaimo Historical Society. Barraclough gives a brief history of McGregor and his family and then reads excerpts from McGregor's diary which are the account of McGregor's walk out of the Klondike: a 600 mile journey in 1899 from Dawson City to Skagway.
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