The Beaver, Magazine of the North, December 1952, Outfit 283 - James Burr Tyrrell / With Sir William Butler on the Omineca


50 pages. Many reproductions of black and white photos. Printed upon glossy stock. Features: The Christmas Holyday; Hunters on Sea Ice - photo study; Tyrrell of Canada - Great photo-illustrated article on Joseph Burr Tyrrell, distinguished mining engineer, now in his 95th year, knew the West before the railway came, and was the first white man in many parts of the North; England on the Prairies - the people of Cannington Manor tried to bring a bit of their English life to the Saskatchewan prairies - article with photos; The Indian - today and yesterday - interesting photo-illustrated article; With Sir William Butler on the Omineca; Clarence Tillenius provides a study of animal tracks; How a Chipewyan squaw arranged a treaty between warring tribes, which led to the foundation of Churchill, Manitoba; Sir Patrick Ashley Cooper Retires; Nice colour ad for Hudson's Bay Point Blankets on back cover. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy.