New York & London, 1914. xvi,285pp. plus illustrated frontispiece portrait and two folding maps. Includes 180 photographs in the text, all by the author. Publisher's blue cloth stamped in gilt and black. Original printed dust jacket. Dust jacket spine slightly soiled, small coffee ring on front panel, some old tape reinforcements. Overall, a near fine copy in a good jacket. A rare narrative of an expedition undertaken by August Sandberg, L.D. Douglas, and the author in 1911-12, down the Athabasca and Mackenzie rivers, to Great Bear Lake, Dease River, Dismal Lakes, and the Kendall River to Coppermine River. Includes "an account of the wintering at Great Bear Lake, and a second journey down the Coppermine to its mouth; descriptions of the routes (with map), natural history, Indians and Eskimos; the hunting and geological observations and prospecting especially in the Copper Mountains" - ARCTIC BIBLIOGRAPHY. With useful appendices containing valuable geological and topographical information. ARCTIC BIBLIOGRAPHY 4074. (Inventory #: WRCAM50600)
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