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The story of the trapper,

Author: Agnes C Laut
Publisher: New York, D. Appleton and Co., 1902.
Series: Story of the West series.
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Laut, Agnes C. (Agnes Christina), 1871-1936.
Story of the trapper.
New York, D. Appleton and Co., 1902
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Agnes C Laut
OCLC Number: 2982589
Description: xv, 284 pages frontispiece, plates 20 cm.
Contents: Illustrations: With eye and ear alert, the man paddles silently on / Arthur Heming --
Indian voyageurs "packing" of long portage, each packet containing from fifty to one hundred pounds --
Traders running a mackinaw or keel-boat down the rapids of Slave River without unloading --
The buffalo- hunt / [Felix Octavius Carr Darley] --
They dodge the coming sweep of the uplifted arm / Arthur Heming --
Carrying goods over long portage in MacKenzie River region with the old-fashioned Red River ox-carts --
Fort MacPherson, now the most northerly post of the Hudson's Bay Company, beyond the tree line; hence, the houses are built of imported timber, with thatch roofs --
Types of fur presses: Fur press in use at Fort Good Hope, at the extreme north of Hudson's Bay Company's territory; Old wedge press in use at Fort Resolution, of the sub-Arctics.
Series Title: Story of the West series.
Responsibility: by A.C. Laut, illustrated by Arthur Heming and others.


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