Life And Sport on the Lower St. Lawrence: Containing Chapters On Salmon Fishing, Trapping, The Folk-Lore Of The Montagnais Indians, And Tales of Adventures On the Fringe Of The Labrador Peninsula
by N. A. Comeau
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Rare Very Good+ First English Edition of this Window into late nineteenth Century Labrador and Quebec Wilderness, Salmon fishing, Lynx, Bear, Seals, hunting and fishing lore of the Montagnais and Algonkin architecture. Many b/w photos 440 pp. Clean condition, tight binding. Gilt stamping on cover. page toning and several pages creased slightly. tiny slit at upper extremity. NOT a library copy. No bookplates. NO numbers See our Three Geese in Flight Scans
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- N. A. Comeau
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- montagnais folklore shoulder blade reading salmon fishing rare books first editions canadian hunting bears montagnais first nations hunting quebec wilderness saint lawrence seaway seals beaver trapping algonquin architecture
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