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Kathleen Eloise Rockwell (1873–1957), best known as "Klondike Kate," gained fame as a dancer and vaudeville star during the Klondike Gold Rush, where she met Alexander Pantages who later became a very successful vaudeville/motion picture mogul. She gained notoriety for her flirtatious dancing and ability to keep hard-working miners happy, if not inebriated.

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Klondike Kates

osee Savard and Chef Phillippe Lamarche have Klondike Kate’s Restaurant and Cabins, a lovely eatery plus accommodation, in a building constructed in 1904.

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Belinda Mulrooney, known as Klondike Kate: "We wore tights in those days. If we hadn't the Mounted Police would have run us out of the country."

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In 1898 Kate Rockwell made her way to Dawson and the Klondike just because and then found she'd have to earn a livelihood. That is when she became an "entertainer" at the St. Paul Winter Carnival which was a type of casino at the time. She became known as "Klondike Kate" and today has a following in "Klondike Kates" a sisterhood.

(Yukon) Vivacious, fun loving and perhaps a little rebellious, Klondike Kate made a name for herself dancing on the stages of Dawson City during the height of the Klondike Gold Rush.

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Great food and terrific cabins at a generous price. Exceptional service too. Stay at Klondike Kates when traveling the Dempster Highway to Inuvik.

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