Item #42336 Sport and Travel in the Northland of Canada. David T. HANBURY.

Sport and Travel in the Northland of Canada.

New York. Macmillan & London, Edward Arnold. 1904. 8vo, 22.5cm. The First American Edition, (English sheets), xxxii,319p., with 61 plates and illustrations from photographs, (including 5 coloured plates from paintings), 2 rear folding maps, original wine cloth, gilt titles, t.e.g., some slight wear, a very good to sound copy. (Ar). Item #42336

A.B. 6550. Narrative of the author's travels in the Barren Lands; east from Great Slave Lake to Baker Lake; to Depot Island on Hudson's Bay and into the country north of Chesterfield Inlet; westward along the Arctic coast to the Coppermine River; then upstream to the Dease River and finally the return to Great Bear Lake. The work contains a great deal of information on the Inhuits with whom the author spent some twenty months, 1901-1902. This book has been described as "The Classic Barren Grounds Narrative"

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