The Frozen Northland : Life with the Esquimo in his Own Country. Winfield Scott Mason.
The Frozen Northland : Life with the Esquimo in his Own Country
The Frozen Northland : Life with the Esquimo in his Own Country

The Frozen Northland : Life with the Esquimo in his Own Country

Cincinnati: Jennings and Graham, 1910.

Illustrated by Illustrated. First Edition. Hardcover. Good with no dust jacket. Item #11146

Light cock, some gutter starting, tone, edgewear, owner's stamp and signature, later owner's emboss, random foxing, otherwise light wear. Lacks one plate - Rev I O Stringer and family. Still serviceable and solid hardcover. ; "An account of a trip to Herschel Island via the Mackenzie River." - J Parmer; Polar Books Bibliography and Price Guide; 682. Seven of eight photographic plates and both maps are present. Mason's journey from Edmonton to the Arctic coast, searching for the gold mine of a dead prospector, remains thrilling. His well described accounts of Eskimo life show what had changed in Arctic Canada and what had not, after the influx caused by the Klondike gold rush make this uncommon book even more fascinating. ; 160 pages.

Price: $299.95

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