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What was the iditarod trail used for on a day to day basis in the early 1900s and until as late as the 1930?

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What was the iditarod trail used for on the day to day basis in the early 1900s and until and as late as the 1930s?

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What was the iditarod trail used for on a day to day basis in the early 1900s and until as the late 1930s?

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What was the Iditarod trail used for on a day to day basis in the early 1900s and until as late as 1930's?

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What was the Iditarod Trail used for day to day basis in the early 1900s and until as late as the 1930's?

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What was the iditarod trail used for on a day to day basis in the early 1900s and until late as the 1930's?

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What was the iditarod trail used for for on a day to day basis in the 1900s?

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How did the Iditarod trail get its name?

The Iditarod Trail was a trail used to transport goods that ran from Seward, passed through Iditarod, then ended in Nome. Iditarod was named after the Iditarod River. In the early 1900s, it saw a boom due to gold mining. After the gold was exhausted, the town became a ghost town.


What was the Iditarod use for on a day to day basis in the early 1900s until the late 1930's?

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What was the iditarod trail used for on a day to day basis in the early 1900 until the early until the late 1930?

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What was the Iditrod Trail used for on a day to day basis in the early 1900s and until as late as the 1930s?

In the early 1920's, settlers had come to Alaska following a gold strike. They traveled by boat to the coastal towns of Seward and Knik and from there, by land into the gold fields. The trail they used is today known as The Iditarod Trail, one of the National Historic Trails as so designated by the Congress of the United States. In the winter, their only means of travel was by dog team. The Iditarod Trail soon became the major "thoroughfare" through Alaska. Mail was carried across this trail, people used the trail to get from place to place and supplies were transported via the Iditarod Trail. Priests, ministers and judges traveled between villages via dog team. All too soon the gold mining began to slack off. People began to go back to where they had come from and suddenly there was less travel on the Iditarod Trail. The use of the airplane in the late 1920's signaled the beginning of the end for the dog team as a standard mode of transportation, and of course with the airplane carrying the mail, there was less need for land travel. The final blow to the use of the dog team came with the appearance of snowmobiles in Alaska. * http://www.iditarod.com/learn/history.html


What was in the early 1900s?

in late 1800s and early 1900s the industrial revolution took place