Very Good. No Dj. 8vo. pp. xxxviii  303."In this first hand account of his missionary enterprise during a severe food shortage, the smallpox epidemic, the Metis resistance at Fort Garry, and recurrent tribal warfare in the turbulent 1860s and 1870s, McDougall chronicles what may have been the end of the innocence in the Canadian Northwest. "
Good. ISBN: 0-88864-078-1, Minor creasing to the spine which is cocked and sunned, light shelf rubbing. Text is clean. 'In his firsthand account of his missionary enterprise in the turbulent 1860s and 1870s, McDougall chronicles what may have been the end of innocence in the Canadian Northwest. The Metis resistance at Fort Garry, a severe food shortage, the smallpox epidemic, and the recurrent tribal warfare of 1869-70 all posed urgent danger not only to McDougall and his family, but to their hopes for peace between Idians and whites. ' 303 pages. Western Canada Reprint series.
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