Yukon is located in the far north between Alaska and the Northwest Territories. It’s an important source of natural resources, which include coal, copper, gold, silver, zinc, and others. It also has forests that cover much of the land. Many tourists travel through Yukon on the Alaska Highway. They also visit the three national parks, the area of the Klondike Gold Rush, and the S.S. Yukon, an old Yukon boat called a paddlewheeler, which is now on display in Whitehorse. Explore this amazing land with this free 7-page Canadian history printable. Create a map of the territory, make a timeline of its history, and explore more of the territory’s past with writing prompts.
FREE Country Study Notebooking Pages
Create a country study notebooking journal using these free blank country study notebooking pages.
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