No one I know. Like most of our adventures we do it then go get information on what we just saw. That’s what happened with the Dawson City Cemeteries we saw. One of the more interesting cemetery was the Police Cemetery still maintained by the RCMP today. There are 18 graves dating from 1896 to 1936, constables and sgts. NW MP and RNW MP North West Mounted Police and the Royal North West Mounted Police before they became the RCMP. Just interesting.
On this road there are 10 cemeteries a few are still active today. Near the police cemetery is the Fraternal Order of Eagles Cemetery there 13 graves but only three with names you can make out. The tombstones are made of wood.
There is also a large monument behind the graves honor men who died in WWI. The other thing that was extremely interesting was seeing trees growing up the grave stones.
Well worth stopping by the visitors center and taking the complete walking tour. https://dawsoncity.ca/plan-your-trip/visitors-centre-info/