North: A Bi-Monthly Publication of the Northern Administration Branch: Bound Issues, January Through December 1966 - Volume 13

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $299.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Very Good


Over one inch thick. Many black and white photos. Features include: Through the Fields of Chukchi - a report of a Russian icebreaker's trip through a frozen sea; Along the Walnut Run - an N.F.B. story of the Nodwell Transporters, all-Canadian mechanical monsters; Tin Can Line is a Mighty Fine Line - a fast trip along a fantastic railway; Pioneering Arctic Air Services in Greenland - Scheduled Helicopter Flights; Transportation and the Settlement Frontier in the Mackenzie Valley Area; 175 Years after Mackenzie - a trip along the route of the great explorer; Beasts of Burden - a chapter from a book by Eskimo children of Chesterfield Inlet; Television in the North; Blow Spirit - Irene Baird's strange rescue from a storm; Yukon Pattern - a total approach to the problem of development of the Yukon; Fossil Harvest in the Far North; Tundra Trading - the fox fur trade; The Fur Auction - an exciting business; Canadian Fur Overseas - Canadian fur promotion; Fur Industry - the old and new of the industry; The Trapping Profession in the Northwest Territories - Father Brown of Colville Lake presents his case for a new approach to trapping; Walrus Galore! - Chesley Russell reminisces about walrus hunts he has been on; Neighbours - an Eskimo famly enlivens an Arctic campout; Turnabout - an African couple brings light to the dark north; Yukon Paperback - A. A. Wright browses through a 1909 publication; How to cook a Polar Bear; The Port Burwell Co-operative; From the Journal of Baron Munchausen - the great travel-liar visits Russia; Yukon tourist calendar; N.W.T. Tourist Calendar; A Tour of the better spots in the North; Cathay Revisited; Eskimo Art from Holman; Comment Est-ce Dans Le Nord; A Fair Trade - his freedom for a mug of tea - excerpt from a novel by Robert Kroetsch; Bicultural Ookpik - a pin-up designed by Eric Wilson; Yukon Mining Survey - 1965; Flowers of the Forest - Indian crafts from Fort Franklin, N.W.T.; The Tukcoat - an example of Eskimo handiwork; The Co-operative movement in the Arctic (2nd part in a series); The Return - a story of the occult; Northern Health Service - a picture story of the people it serves; Transportation at the top of the world; Indian Giver - short story by Fortesque McKay; Manuel - short story by Alf Copland; The Romance of Northern Names; The Bronze Cross - Scouting's Highest Honour; Early Geographical Concepts of the Northwest Passage; Pine Point Revisited; Growth of NWT Government; But Eskimo Children don't cry!; Bewildered Hunters in the 20th Century - N.W.T councillor Abe Okpik recounts a modern dilemma; Mountain Climbing in the Arctic, by P.D. Baird; A Daughter of the Midnight Sun; Women in Soviet Arctic Regions; Ma Courte Carriere de Vice-Reine; Memories of a Whaling Town; Transport by Submarine in Arctic Waters; Inukshooks and Itigaseemautes - mysterious beacons of the North; High School Drop-ins; Who will Be I; Community Health Workers at Hobbema; Wrangel Island Wrangle; Murder Trial in Spence Bay; Christmas on the Trapline; You only take the First Trip Once; Penny's Polar Probe, 1850-51; Tea and Bannock; Ookpik; The reindeer Journey; The Seal Hunt; An Indian Tale of Birch Bark, Musk-rat Tails and Rabbits' Ears; Since the Days of Barter; Still Life in a Tent; Eskimo Wife. Moderate wear. Tightly bound. Minimal library markings.

Title: North: A Bi-Monthly Publication of the Northern Administration Branch: Bound Issues, January Through December 1966 - Volume 13

Author: Multiple Contributors

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Native Peoples, Canadiana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Ottawa, Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources: 1966

Binding: Hardcover

Condition: Very Good

Type: Former Library Copy

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 857c6101

Keywords: North: A Bi-Monthly Publication of the Northern Administration Branch: Bound Issues, January Through December 1966 - Volume 13 Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources Government of Canada Eskimo Native Peoples Inuit Northern Canada Through the Fields of Chukchi - a report of a Russian icebreaker's trip through a frozen sea; Along the Walnut Run - an N.F.B. story of the Nodwell Transporters, all-Canadian mechanical monsters; Tin Can Line is a Mighty Fine Line - a fast trip along a fantastic railway; Pioneering Arctic Air Services in Greenland - Scheduled Helicopter Flights; Transportation and the Settlement Frontier in the Mackenzie Valley Area; 175 Years after Mackenzie - a trip along the route of the great explorer; Beasts of Burden - a chapter from a book by Eskimo children of Chesterfield Inlet; Television in the North; Blow Spirit - Irene Baird's strange rescue from a storm; Yukon Pattern - a total approach to the problem of development of the Yukon; Fossil Harvest in the Far North; Tundra Trading - the fox fur trade; The Fur Auction - an exciting business; Canadian Fur Overseas - Canadian fur promotion; Fur Industry - the old and new of the industry; The Trapping Profession in the Northwest Territories - Father Brown of Colville Lake presents his case for a new approach to trapping; Walrus Galore! - Chesley Russell reminisces about walrus hunts he has been on; Neighbours - an Eskimo famly enlivens an Arctic campout; Turnabout - an African couple brings light to the dark north; Yukon Paperback - A. A. Wright browses through a 1909 publication; How to cook a Polar Bear; The Port Burwell Co-operative; From the Journal of Baron Munchausen - the great travel-liar visits Russia; Yukon tourist calendar; N.W.T. Tourist Calendar; A Tour of the better spots in the North; Cathay Revisited; Eskimo Art from Holman; Comment Est-ce Dans Le Nord; A Fair Trade - his freedom for a mug of tea - excerpt from a novel by Robert Kroetsch; Bicultural Ookpik - a pin-up designed by Eric Wilson; Yukon Mining Survey - 1965; Flowers of the Forest - Indian crafts from Fort Franklin, N.W.T.; The Tukcoat - an example of Eskimo handiwork; The Co-operative movement in the Arctic (2nd part in a series); The Return - a story of the occult; Northern Health Service - a picture story of the people it serves; Transportation at the top of the world; Indian Giver - short story by Fortesque McKay; Manuel - short story by Alf Copland; The Romance of Northern Names; The Bronze Cross - Scouting's Highest Honour; Early Geographical Concepts of the Northwest Passage; Pine Point Revisited; Growth of NWT Government; But Eskimo Children don't cry!; Bewildered Hunters in the 20th Century - N.W.T councillor Abe Okpik recounts a modern dilemma; Mountain Climbing in the Arctic, by P.D. Baird; A Daughter of the Midnight Sun; Women in Soviet Arctic Regions; Ma Courte Carriere de Vice-Reine; Memories of a Whaling Town; Transport by Submarine in Arctic Waters; Inukshooks and Itigaseemautes - mysterious beacons of the North; High School Drop-ins; Who will Be I; Community Health Workers at Hobbema; Wrangel Island Wrangle; Murder Trial in Spence Bay; Christmas on the Trapline; You only take the First Trip Once; Penny's Polar Probe, 1850-51; Tea and Bannock; Ookpik; The reindeer Journey; The Seal Hunt; An Indian Tale of Birch Bark, Musk-rat Tails and Rabbits' Ears; Since the Days of Barter; Still Life in a Tent; Eskimo Wife.,