Jack Gray. Very Good. No DJ Issued. Pages: 191; Weight: 10.2oz; Size: 8.7" x 5.5" x 0.5". Minor edgewear and rubbing on cover, small crease on top corner of back cover, otherwise clean, unmarked, tight.
[0-88768-064-X] 1975. (Softcover) Very good. viii, , 191pp. Octavo. Illustrated with photos, maps and drawings. Original pictorial wrappers. Small creases to corners. Presentation inscription from previous owner on title page. A rowsing tale of fur trapping in Northern Saskatchewan.
[0-88768-064-X] 1975. (Softcover) Very good. viii, , 191pp. Octavo. Illustrated with photos, maps and drawings. Original pictorial wrappers. Small creases to corners. Small stain to bottom edge of title page. A tale of Fur trapping in Northern Saskatchewan in the 1920's.
[0-88768-064-X] 1975, 1st Edition. () Near fine. [ix] 191pp. Octavo. Original stiff card, illustrated wrappers. Spine title in black; minor shelfwear to foot. Front board slightly bowed with small crease to lower corner. Signature in ink to title. Illustrated with maps and B / W photographs in text. A clean copy; illustrations bright. Biography of fur trapping partners in Northern Saskatchewan. Fred Darbyshire and Ed Theriau travelled and trapped together for almost 30 years, starting in the early 1920s. The author uses their personal diaries to re-construct their experiences in the now vanished "wilds" of the northern interior. Signed by the author.
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