Angel of Hudson Bay: The True Story of Maud Watt
Story of Jim and Maud Watt, whose work for the Indians at Rupert House, Hudson Bay was interrupted in 1944, by Jim's death but Maud continues as warden of the Cree Indian beaver preserve.
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