La Cloche. The Story of Hector MacLeod and His Misadventures in the Georgian Bay and the La Cloche Districts.
by COWAN, Hugh
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Toronto. Published under the Auspices of the Algonquin Historical Society of Canada. 1928.. 1928. Hardcover. Book 12mo, 17cm, 327p., maroon ribbed cloth, black titles & decoration, near fine copy, rare (lgc) A novel of pioneers and United Empire Loyalists in Upper Canada. The author was a Presbyterian minister in Western Ontario. Rhodenizer p563. .
"Interesting adventure tale set in the 1800s in the north woods of Georgian Bay, Ontario. Good character development and action with a great sense of the times and the place."
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