The Wide World Magazine, September 1954

By: Multiple Contributors

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Features: Birds of Passage - adventures aboard a schooner enroute to the West Indies from the Canary Islands in 1953; The Hermit - adventures of a recluse on Northern Vancouver Island, as related by a British Columbia Provincial Police Officer; 'Chink Running' - leading illegal Chinese immigrants across the Detroit River from Canada into the United States; Three Amateurs - adventures prospecting in Western Australia; Robinson Crusoe's Island - Juan Fernandez - the author actually lived for a time in Alexander Selkirk's cave; The Water Bringer - George Alder, "The Flying Contractor" of Western New South Wales; Wattie's Diamond; The New Padre - amazing disclosures emerge after the departure of a chaplain in southern Europe; Hungry Ship - a couple of youngsters hit upon an ingenous method of supplementing their rations onboard an old windjammer; Cycling Round the World - Abbott DuGally, a young Californian, and his pet monkey; Tough Job - the author supplied a prospector who was exploring the mountains above Revelstoke, British Columbia; and more. Binding sound. Average wear. Clean and unmarked. Quality copy.