KANTISHNA HILLS PIONEERS is an Alaska Video Production Documentary about the Gold Rush Era that occurred in interior Alaska in the early 1900’s The location was both in and near the present day Denali National Park and Preserve. Joe and Fannie Quigley were the best known Pioneers in the area. Joe was an excellent photographer and this Production was composed with photos he and other residents of the area took. These photos and historic film footage have been edited with computer animation technology to give an account of the way of life of the Quigleys and other Pioneers in the area.
All components of Production by Ben Boyd of Boyd Communications. A Production of Doyon Foundation and Doyon Tourism Inc. subsidiaries of Doyon Limited, An Alaska Native Regional Corporation. Doyon Tourism owns the Kantishna Roadhouse located deep into Denali National Park and Preserve. Also, Kantishna Wilderness Trails that offers Day Denali Wildlife Bus Tours to Kantishna.
Kantishna Hills Pioneers is a 30 minute Video. It has been divided into two Parts for viewing on the Internet.
Kantishna Hills Pioneers Part 1.
Kantishna Hills Pioneers Part 2.
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2 thoughts on “Kantishna Gold Rush”
Early 1900’s not 1990
Thanks for the correction Robb. We’ve updated the article to correct that mistake.