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The northern shore of the largest of the Great Lakes, from Duluth to Sault Ste. Marie and mostly in Canada, is the locale for this interesting view of the geology, history, and natural history of an ... Read full review
lntroduction La Marge Sauvage
ONE Genesis by Fire
TWO The Early Americans
THREE The Northwest Adventurers
FOUR Empires of Fur Posts
SEVEN The Boreal Forest
E1GHT Fish Story lThe Natives
NINE lnvader from the Sea
ELEVEN The Fish Market
TWELVE Fishing for Fun
THIRTEEN Wings Along the Coast
FOURTEEN The A ntlered Ma m mats
SEVENTEEN A Heritage in Parks
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The Superior North Shore: A Natural History of Lake Superior's Northern ...
Thomas F. Waters
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Page 337 - ... Mgmt. 32: 963-966. 9. BENSON, DA 1958. "Moose sickness" in Nova Scotia 1-11. Can. J. comp. Med. 22: 244-248, 282-286. 10. BINDERNAGEL, JA, and RC ANDERSON. 1972. Distribution of meningeal worm (Pneumostrongylus tenuis) in white-tailed deer in Canada. J. Wildl. Mgmt. in press. 11. CRINGAN, AT 1956. Some aspects of the biology of caribou and a study of the woodland caribou range of the Slate Islands, Lake Superior, Ontario. MA thesis, Univ. Toronto. 12. ECKROADE, RJ, GM ZURHEIN, and W. FORETYT....
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Page 336 - ... Central and South America," "Australia and Oceania," and "Africa." There is a useful index. For those approaching the subject on the basis of family grouping rather than through individual genera and species, this work will be of value. Anna T. Wynar 1420. Green, Janet C., and Robert B. Janssen. Minnesota Birds: Where, When, and How Many. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 1975. 217p. illus. bibliog. index. $9.75. LC 74-16980. ISBN 0-8166-0738-9. Several possible approaches may be used...
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Page 338 - JB 1847 Narrative of Two Voyages to Hudson's Bay. London: Christian Knowledge Society. PETERSON, RANDOLPH L. 1957 "Changes in the Mammalian Fauna of Ontario," in Changes in the Fauna of Ontario (ed.