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THE HOWLING ARCTIC - The Remarkable People Who Made Canada Sovereign in the Farthest North by  Ray (preface by Pierre Trudeau) Price - First Edition - 1970 - from W. Fraser Sandercombe and

THE HOWLING ARCTIC - The Remarkable People Who Made Canada Sovereign in the Farthest North

by Price, Ray (preface by Pierre Trudeau)

Condition: Very Good/Very Good

Toronto: Peter Martin Associates, 1970. (vii) 284 pp. followed by an index. Green boards lettered in black on the front panel and spine; endpaper maps. Illustrated with black and white plates. Light wear on the corners of the dustjacket with a few short nicks around the edges; price intact; previous owner's name on the half-title page; some darkening around the edges of the text block. The Chapters are: The Duke of Richmond; Probing the Mists; Religious Frenzy; Death on the Belchers; Belcher Islands Trail; Nascopie Wedding; Jack Turner - The Real Man; Arctic Bay; Pangnirtung; The Whalers; Cape Haven; Wrightington vs Grant; Loss of the Snowdrop; Mica; An Exercise in Sovereignty; Pond Inlet; James Killibuk; The Storm-built Tomb; Strange Screams of Death; The Wreck of the Nascopie; The Haunted Land; The White Flood; Gold; Nickel; The Barren Lands; Priest of the Barrens; The Seal and the Bear; and Old Days - New Days.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo.


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