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A Hard Road to Travel: Land, Forests and People in the Upper Athabasca Region (Softcover)

$19.95

This history of the Athabasca Corridor tells stories of the transcontinental route between the Hudson Bay and the Pacific Ocean.

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This history of the Athabasca Corridor tells the stories of not just the fur traders on the transcontinental route between Hudson Bay and the Pacific Ocean, nor just the tourists, alpinists, skiers, and campers making annual pilgrimages to the mountains, but also the miners and foresters, the freighters and surveyors, the railway builders and homesteaders, the guides and wardens, forest industrialists and their government counterparts.

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Weight 2.2 lbs
Author

by Peter J. Murphy et al.

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306 pp.
154 photographs

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