Jack London Museum

The Jack London Museum is dedicated entirely to the life and writing of author Jack London. It features historical archives and photos of London and the local First Nation historian guides who located his cabin in the bush. The Museum now houses a replica made of half the logs from the original cabin and is furnished with gold rush timepieces that showcase life for a stampeder at the time.

For more information, please visit www.jacklondonmuseum.ca

HALF
THE
LOGS?!

That’s right, half the logs are here in Dawson City, and the other half are in Jack London’s hometown of Oakland, California! The search for Jack London’s cabin was no easy feat though and often abandoned by many who tried to seek it. Located 120 kilometers away from Dawson City, Yukon Author Dick North would use his investigatory skills and spend over five years relentlessly searching for the infamous cabin.

Read the ‘History of Jack London’s Cabin’ by Ken Spotswood, to hear of the lengths taken to find and authenticate a piece of Klondike history.

AUTHORS ON EIGHTH

Authors on Eighth Contest and Literary Tour is a celebration of writers Jack London, Pierre Berton, Robert Service and Dick North as well as a contest funded by the Writers Trust of Canada.

Keep updated on the next Authors on Eighth Literary Tour at www.DawsonCity.ca

Jack London Museum

The Jack London Museum is dedicated entirely to the life and writing of author Jack London. It features historical archives and photos of London and the local First Nation historian guides who located his cabin in the bush. The Museum now houses a replica made of half the logs from the original cabin and is furnished with gold rush timepieces that showcase life for a stampeder at the time.

For more information, please visit www.jacklondonmuseum.ca

HALF
THE
LOGS?!

That’s right, half the logs are here in Dawson City, and the other half are in Jack London’s hometown of Oakland, California! The search for Jack London’s cabin was no easy feat though and often abandoned by many who tried to seek it. Located 120 kilometers away from Dawson City, Yukon Author Dick North would use his investigatory skills and spend over five years relentlessly searching for the infamous cabin.

Read the ‘History of Jack London’s Cabin’ by Ken Spotswood, to hear of the lengths taken to find and authenticate a piece of Klondike history.

AUTHORS ON EIGHTH

Authors on Eighth Contest and Literary Tour is a celebration of writers Jack London, Pierre Berton, Robert Service and Dick North as well as a contest funded by the Writers Trust of Canada.

Keep updated on the next Authors on Eighth Literary Tour at www.DawsonCity.ca