Northwest Digest Magazine, November 1951

26 pages. Black and white illustrations. Features: Great cover photo after a successful caribou hunt; Editorial - We Can Have Highways; Who the Loon Got its White Neck Band and Spots on its Back - And Man Was Turned into a Lynx; Pioneer Judge's Wife - part 1; Along the Trapline; Two clear photos of the aftermath of a locomotive boiler explosion in the railway yars of P.G.E. at Quesnel, B.C. in September 1951; The Ghost of Hunter Jack - Poem; Photo of a group of gold panners at Lowhee Placer mine with a pan full of huge nuggets; Yukon Epic - a true tale of the northland; Nature Oddities; Dawson Creek Motorists First to Drive over John Hart Highway - Ralph Thomsen and son Bob, Stan Carnell and Bob Greer - brief write-up with two photos; Four Million Acres of Untouched Grassland - review of "Grass Beyond the Mountains" by Richard P. Hobson Jr. - with a small photo of Hobson; Back cover ad for Finning's "Caterpillar" Diesel farm and logging tractors; Dozens of ads for small local businesses; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy of this vintage British Columbia publication.