Northwest passage, Volume 1

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Doubleday, Doran & company, inc., 1937 - Fiction - 709 pages
20 Reviews
Color illustration on front cover of two men standing next to each other: one wearing fringed buckskin clothing, holding a long rifle; the other is Native American, also wearing buckskin clothing and holding the barrel end of his long rifle in his proper right hand while the butt end rests on the ground.

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Review: Northwest Passage

User Review  - Kbullock - Goodreads

Today this book would be published as two novels, but in the late 1930s novels weren't taken seriously if they were less than 600 pages. I would give Book Two four stars. It's a fast-paced account of ... Read full review

Review: Northwest Passage

User Review  - Ron - Goodreads

This was a very well written book. The ending wasn't as great as I'd hoped but overall this book kept me wanting to pick it up and continue reading. It has a great deal of early American history ... Read full review

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