Jack London Cabin & Interpretive Centre, Dawson, Canada

In 1898 Jack London lived in the Yukon, the setting for his most popular stories, including Call of the Wild and White Fang. At the writer’s cabin there are excellent daily interpretive talks. A labor of love by the late historian Dick North, Dawne Mitchell and others, this place is a treasure trove of stories – including the search for the original cabin. Visit Canada. Epic Canada Route © Monika Newbound

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