The Beaver, Magazine of the North, Autumn 1955, Outfit 286 - Discovery of Grand Falls / The Countess of Dufferin


58 pages. Many reproductions of black and white photos. Printed upon glossy stock. Features: Glamorous colour photo of woman wearing arctic fox evening cloak inside front cover; The Mad Giant and the Mountie - a huge Swede who worked on a section gang makes a sudden divorce from sanity; Frank Oliver - Spokesman for the West; Cold War on the Fraser River - the Yucultas near Fort Langley were dreaded by all the tribes along the river - until the day when the cold war became a hot war; The Simple Men; First Lady of the Rails - "The Countess of Dufferin"; On Board the M.V. Fort Hearne - great photo study; Robert (Bob) Chambers Edwards (Eye-Opener Bob); Trapping the Big Horn - there was lots of action when some California Bighorn sheep were corralled in the Chilcotin country for shipment to Oregon; The Formative Years - II - part 2 of an article on the early settlement of the area which, 50 years ago, became Saskatchewan and Alberta; The Story of The Sault - on the centenary of the first American locks at Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, Dr. Clever Bald sketches the history of the two towns - Canadian and American - beside the rapids; 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, Autumn 1955, Outfit 286 - Discovery of Grand Falls / The Countess of Dufferin

Author Name: Phillips, W.J.; Taylor, Harry; Keefer, Claire; McKelvie, Bruce; Lower, A.R.M.; Morrison, Fred; Blair, Don; Stubbs, Roy; Graysen, Z.; Stobie, M.; Bald, F.

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

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Canada, Hudson's Bay Company: 1955

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 336H0486

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