Canoeing with the Cree

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Minnesota Historical Society Press, 1968 - Travel - 226 pages
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The eminent journalist began his book-publishing career in 1935 with this exciting account of the adventurous 2,250-mile canoe trip he and a friend made as teenagers from Minneapolis to Hudson Bay.
  

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User Review  - Randy - Goodreads

This was a book I first read in 2008 and read again in 2014 for a book group discussion. Although it contains a few minor errors, this was one of those accounts of two young men on an adventure. They ... Read full review

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User Review  - Karin - Goodreads

It was okay. I thought he glossed over some details. He also appeared to be more intolerant of the Cree. Then again, it was the 1930's and he was only 17. He has a lot more to learn. That being said ... Read full review

Contents

WEKE OFF
1
THE NEW LIFE
10
SNAKES
26
TRAGEDYALMOST
41
RED RIVER MUD
45
READY FOE THE PLUNGE
64
INTO THE LAND OF THE CEEE
78
THE ROYAL NORTHWEST MOUNTED
91
THE DIE Is CAST
114
CANOEING WITH THE CREE
128
GODS COUNTRY
141
XHI THE GREAT TEST
153
VICTORYAND PINEAPPLE
172
HALFBREEDS AND MUSKEG
185
END OF THE TRAIL
198
INDEX
202

HUMILIATION OF THE SANS Souci 104s
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