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Arctic Man: Sixty-five years in Canada's North
by Lyall, Ernie

Arctic Man: Sixty-five years in Canada's North 
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  Arctic Man: Sixty-five years in Canada's North: Ernie Lyall is a unique Canadian. Born in Labrador, one of 19 children of a Scottish Hudson's Bay Company cooper, Ernie grew up in a white man's world. After adventures and jobs that took him around the Arctic and down the Labrador coast, Ernie settled in Fort Ross in the Arctic Islands. He married an Inuit woman, Nipisha, and immediately became part of her extended family.

Ernie writes warmly about his Inuit friends and family, about daily life in the Arctic and the remarkable transformation of the North that has occurred in the last 40 years.

Ernie Lyall tells his story straight and that authenticity is what gives this book its special appeal.

Quantity:1 item(s) available
Weight:0.40 kg
Price: CDN$ 40.00 (US$ 38.92)
Stock Number:81037AN
Author:Lyall, Ernie
Publisher:Hurtig Publishing
Edmonton, Alberta
Publication Date:1979
Pages:240 pp
Condition:NF/VG+ 240pp Intact dj w/minor sun-fading and marks; no chipping or creases; blue boards w/insignificant edgewear; nearly "as new" condition


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