Circle (Pop. 94) Before the Klondike Gold Rush, Circle was the largest gold mining town on the Yukon River. Started in 1893 as a supply point for miners at Birch Creek, the town soon grew to be a hub for many different mining operations in this area. The town got its name because early settlers thought it was located on the Arctic Circle which is actually located 50 miles north of here.
- Coordinates: 65.82555, -144.061