Fur trade canoe routes of Canada, then and now: R64-35/1968E-PDF
"This study is a by-product of several years' summer holidays devoted to retracing by canoe the principal routes, with early journals excerpted and taken along for study on the spot. These routes in the nineteen-sixties remain dramatically unchanged from what the first fur-seekers saw three centuries earlier. But hydro, industry and settlement obliterate and threaten; and some day it might be too late to undertake as close an examination as we are happily still able to make.The plan of the book is, in Part I, to introduce the subject as seen through the eyes of the real hero of the story, the Canadien (or Indian, or Orkneyman) voyageur, to outline the economic and geographical influences and then, in Part II, to describe in detail the old routes as they look now"--Introd., p. 1.
|Department/Agency||Indian and Northern Affairs. National and Historic Parks Branch.|
|Title||Fur trade canoe routes of Canada, then and now|
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|Note||Historical publication digitized from print in 2015.|
|Number of Pages||125 p :|
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