The Arctic Prairies: A Canoe-journey of 2,000 Miles in Search of the Caribou; Being the Account of a Voyage to the Region North of Aylmer Lake
Scribner, 1911 - Alberta - 308 pages
An account of the author's six-month journey by canoe to the great Northwest and the Arctic. The author describes the flora and fauna of the Northwest, the Native American tribes he encountered, and the history of the region.
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