- Dog sled mail
- Dog team mail
- found: Work cat.: Carried by dogteam [VR] 2002 (video about the delivery of mail by dogsled in the Yukon during the Gold Rush)
- found: Austin, J. The origins of dogsled mail in the Yukon in the 1890s, 2003, via WWW, Oct. 29, 2004: introd. ("The late 1890s witnessed the establishment of a modern postal service in the Yukon. At the outset, mushers and their dog-teams were brought in to carry the mail ... In 1902, construction of the route known as the Overland Trail marked the end of dogsled mail delivery between White Horse and Dawson.")
- found: Phillips, G.L. Alaska's winter mails, 1898-1963, via WWW, Oct. 29, 2004 ("River communities might have no mail in or out from October to May, unless it could be carried overland or along the frozen river by dog team ... By the late 1930s, the end was in sight for the dog team mails, even though it would be two more decades before they were totally eliminated ... Alaska's last regularly scheduled dog team mail route ended in 1963")
- found: Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, via WWW, Oct. 29, 2004 (Dogsled mail: Dogsled mail or dog team mail is mail carried by dogsled. This form of mail transport saw limited use in the northern parts of Alaska and Canada during the first half of the 20th century.)
- found: Google search, Oct. 29, 2004 ("dogsled mail", 285 hits; "dog sled mail", 225 hits; "dog team mail", 64 hits)
- found: LC database, Oct. 29, 2004 (titles of photographic prints: Erick Johnson with U.S. mail team; Mail carrier Downing's team of Malamoot dogs; Mail team before railroad came)
- 2004-11-24: new
- 2004-11-24: revised
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