Alexander Mackenzie, Explorer: The Hero Who Failed
Biography of Alexander Mackenzie, Scottish explorer and North West Company fur trader of 18th century Canada, who discovered the Mackenzie River, and who was the first man to reach the Pacific overland north of Mexico. Includes maps, photographs, list of Indian groups encountered by Mackenzie, and bibliography.
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