The capital of the Yukon Territory is Whitehorse located on the Yukon River. It is also the largest city. It was incorporated into Canada in 1950 and became the capital of the Yukon Territory in 1953. Whitehorse is a commercial and transportation center for and extensive mining and trapping region. One-half of the population of the Yukon live in Whitehorse. Whitehorse has a historic atmosphere. Sites you might want to visit include Yukon College, Yukon Historical Society's MacBride Museum containing artifacts and Sam McGeeb Cabin, Old Log Church Museum, and Kluane National Park Reserve which is west of Whitehorse about 150 km (247 mi). Other settlements in the Yukon are Faro, Dawson, and Watson Lake.