As New/As New. 0394490819 174pp plus colorful photographs Map endpapers The author, with his wife and six children retrace (by raft down the Yukon), the great wilderness routed of the 1898 goldrush to the ghost town of Dawson Borzoi edition.
Very Good Plus in Very Good Plus jacket. Ex-Library. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Bound in red cloth covers.174 pages. Library markings. Front end paper missing. Just about no wear. A nice, tight, clean, complete copy with clean text.
174+ pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. Very good condition. NATURE. This is the firsthand account of Pierre Berton's voyage down the Yukon River with his wife and seven children on a "fleet" of rubber rafts following the Klondike goldrush route of 1898 from Lake Bennett, British Columbia to Dawson, Yukon Territory. Includes photographs. (Key Words: Rafting, Yukon River, Canada, Pierre Berton, Nature, Wilderness, Dawson, Lake Bennett, British Columbia, Yukon Territory, Goldrush, Rafts, Travel).
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