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The publications and research of Catherine Holder Spude.

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All for the Greed of Gold: Will Woodin's Klondike Adventure.
The diary and 1910 memoir written by a Klondike stampeder who went to Dawson in the spring of 1898 over the White Pass and Tutschi trails. (Spokane, Wash.: Washington State University Press, 2016).




PUBLICATIONS




SALOONS, PROSTITUTES AND TEMPERANCE IN TERRITORIAL ALASKA.
 A history of vice, class, and reform in southeast Alaska, with an emphasis on Skagway, 1897-1918. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2015).





"THAT FIEND IN HELL": SOAPY SMITH IN LEGEND.
The facts behind the legend of Jefferson Randolph Smith in Alaska and how it became part of the American Frontier Myth. (University of Oklahoma Press: Norman, 2012).







ELDORADO! THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE GOLD RUSHES IN THE FAR NORTH.
Coedited with Robin O. Mills, Karl Gurcke and Roderick Sprague. 17 Chapters dealing with the history, ethnography and archaeology of the 20th century gold rushes in Alaska and Yukon Territoy. (University of Nebraska Press: Lincoln, 2011).






SIN AND GRACE
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 A HISTORICAL NOVEL OF THE SKAGWAY, ALASKA SPORTING WARS. A Historical Novel by Catherine Holder Spude (Skagway, Alaska: Lynn Canal Publishing, 2007).











For a complete list of Catherine's publications, click here.


ABOUT CATHERINE HOLDER SPUDE

BIOGRAPHY:  Catherine's background, and what she brings to her writing.

PEN NAMES:  What other names Catherine uses and why.

PUBLICATIONS:
 A complete list of publications.
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