The Beaver, Magazine of the North, June 1953, Outfit 284 - The Loucheux / Assiniboine Steamboats / Yukon Stage Line


50 pages. Many reproductions of black and white photos. Printed upon glossy stock. Features: Enter the European - I - Into the South Pacific; Peers on the Prairie - in the 19th century several British noblemen came to hunt buffalo in the Canadian West; Uranium for Atomic Power - photo-illustrated article about how uranium is found and extracted from the age-old rocks near Lake Athabasca and Great Bear Lake; Tales from the Delta - true stories and folk tales from the Mackenzie delta where the Eskimo and Loucheux Indians meet and mingle; The Loucheux; Holidays by Canoe - travelling through the Canadian wilderness by paddle; For the Royal Scottish Museum - items worn and used by natives of the Northwest a century ago; Making Moccasins - photo-instructions; Assiniboine Steamboats - over 70 years ago they paddled from Winnipeg as far as Fort Pelly; Yukon Stage Line - the old stage between Whitehorse and Dawson - photo-illustrated article; He Piloted The Beaver - Captain Eugene Thurlow of Seattle is probably the only man alive who has piloted the North Pacific's first steamer. Nice colour ad for Hudson's Bay Point Blankets on back cover. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy.

Title: The Beaver, Magazine of the North, June 1953, Outfit 284 - The Loucheux / Assiniboine Steamboats / Yukon Stage Line

Author: Mead, M.; McCook, J.; Hunter, G.; Taylor, P.; Leechman, D.; Gordon, R.; Kerr, R.; Harrington, R.; McFadden, M.; MacBride, W.; Clark, D.

Illustrator: Saw, L.S.

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Canadian History, Native Peoples,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Canada, Hudson's Bay Company: 1953

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 336h0490

Keywords: The Beaver, Magazine of the North, June 1953, Outfit 284 - The Loucheux / Assiniboine Steamboats / Yukon Stage Line Enter the European - I - Into the South Pacific; Peers on the Prairie - in the 19th century several British noblemen came to hunt buffalo in the Canadian West; Uranium for Atomic Power - photo-illustrated article about how uranium is found and extracted from the age-old rocks near Lake Athabasca and Great Bear Lake; Tales from the Delta - true stories and folk tales from the Mackenzie delta where the Eskimo and Loucheux Indians meet and mingle; The Loucheux; Holidays by Canoe - travelling through the Canadian wilderness by paddle; For the Royal Scottish Museum - items worn and used by natives of the Northwest a century ago; Making Moccasins - photo-instructions; Assiniboine Steamboats - over 70 years ago they paddled from Winnipeg as far as Fort Pelly; Yukon Stage Line - the old stage between Whitehorse and Dawson - photo-illustrated article; He Piloted The Beaver - Captain Eugene Thurlow of Seattle is probably the only man alive who has piloted the North Pacific's first Steamer,