People of the Deer

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In 1886, the Ihalmiut people of northern Canada numbered seven thousand; by 1946, when Farley Mowat began his two-year stay in the Arctic, the population had fallen to just forty. With them, he observed for the first time the phenomenon that would inspire him for the rest of his life: the millennia-old migration of the Arctic's caribou herds. He also endured bleak, interminable winters, suffered agonizing shortages of food, and witnessed the continual, devastating intrusions of outsiders bent on exploitation. Here, in this ...

People of the Deer 2005, Key Porter Books Ltd, Toronto

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People of the Deer 2004, Da Capo Press, New York, NY

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People of the Deer 1989, Souvenir Press Ltd, London

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People of the Deer 1985, Amereon Limited

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People of the Deer 1984, Bantam Books

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People of the Deer 1984, Seal Books

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