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Al Stout

Al Stout

Al Stout was an early pioneer in Alaska who did a variety of things, including working on the Whitehorse-Dawson telegraph, working at Circle Hot Springs starting in 1933, mining at Mission Creek, and trapping at Forty Mile and other places along the Yukon River. He settled in Eagle, Alaska, from where he traveled up and down the Yukon River by boat in the summer and dogteam in the winter. He spent time mining at Coal Creek, Woodchopper Creek, and Seventy Mile. He enjoyed hunting and traveling in the country around Forty Mile. Al Stout passed away in the winter of 1991.

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