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FWIW, I have near-daily contact, both of a personal and professional nature, with people from Fort Yukon. When I inquired recently about more information on this place, I was told that it burned down over a decade ago. Rose Building redux, I guess. Unfortunately, it's typical of the NRHP crowd on here to take outdated disinformation at face value and push it as valid, I suppose because cutting and pasting something from a PD source beats the hell out of real research. RadioKAOS / Talk to me, Billy / Transmissions 19:47, 26 August 2014 (UTC)