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THE WOLF HUNTERS & THE GOLD HUNTERS (Illustrated): Thrilling Tales of Adventures in the Canadian Wilderness Kindle Edition
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About the Author
- File Size : 1740 KB
- Publication Date : May 14, 2017
- Print Length : 104 pages
- Publisher : e-artnow (May 14, 2017)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B071VRB6K9
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Lending : Not Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Best Sellers Rank: #16,357 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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1 A Winter Circuit of Our Arctic Coast: A Narrative of a Journey with Dog-sleds Around the Entire Arctic Coast of Alaska (1920)
2 Hunters of the Great North (1922) (Interactive Table of Contents)
3 An Eskimo Village (1920)
4 My Arctic Journal: A Year Among Ice-fields and Eskimos (1894)
5 A Year with a Whaler (1919)
6 By Eskimo Dog-sled and Kayak (1919)
7 Forty-two Years Amongst the Indians and Eskimo: Pictures from the Life of the Right Reverend John Horden, First Bishop of Moosonee (1893) (Active Table of Contents)
8 Journey from Great Bear Lake to Wollaston Land and Recent Explorations along the South and East Coast of Victoria Land (1852)
9 Robert Peary's Short Narrative of His "GREAT WHITE JOURNEY" across Greenland (1894)
This story left me hanging a bit with some loose ends and lots of material for a sequel... It appears that the continuation of this book was published the following year, called The Gold Hunters. I downloaded that and have read enough to see that it is the same characters.
I really enjoy the works of James Oliver Curwood. His books are pure escapist entertainment absent the agenda of many modern authors. A throwback to an earlier time? Perhaps, but this is precisely what makes this novel so much fun.
For those looking for the sequel to this book there's good news. The Gold Hunters picks up where this one left off. Although I haven't read it yet, I look forward to joining the characters on their next adventure to see if they do indeed find the gold rumored to be at the third waterfall.