Alone Across the Top of the World: The Authorized Story of the Arctic Journey of David Irwin as Told to Jack O'Brien
John C. Winston Company, 1935 - Arctic regions - 254 pages
Narrative of the author's journey across arctic Canada 1933-35. Also described in "One man against the north" (London, 1942).
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CHAPTER PAGE I Ashore on the Polar Rim
Punching the Reindeer Herd
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