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90 pp, small 8vo (7 11/16" H). 4 colour plates by T. Mower Martin, b&w map, photographs - collated. Contents: "From Sea to Sea and From River Unto the Ends of the Earth"; Seen From an Aeroplane; A Climate Second to None; The Canadian Melting Pot; City and Country Life; The Habitants of Quebec; Maintaining Law and Order; The Red Man's Last Stand; Caring for the Eskimos; Centres of Population; The World's Fastest Games (Ice Hockey / Lacrosse); Fun in the Out-of-Doors; The Gigantic Iron Horse; More Motorists than Cyclists; Mercy Flights in the Northland; Wild but not Dangerous; Mining Comes to the Front; The Lumberjack; Cowboys and "Combines"; Trap Lines and Fish Nets. Very light browning to pages and endpapers, previous owner's bookplate and name in ink on front endpapers, light browning to edges of text block and on spine/edges of boards, minor soiling, one slight corner bump, light edge wear, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has chips, tears and creases; moderate rubbing/soiling.
Title: PEEPS AT MANY LANDS: CANADA.
Illustrator: T. Mower Martin.
Location Published: London, A. & C. Black: 1935
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Good+
Jacket Condition: Fair
Categories: Canada - Native Peoples, Canada - Sports, Canada - General
Seller ID: 23586
Keywords: alberta, algonquin, banff, british columbia, buffalo, canoeing, cowboys, douglas fir, eskimos, fishing, hunting, ice hockey, indians, lacrosse, lake louise, logging, lumber, lumberjacks, mining, moose, niagara falls, quebec, railways, sports, winter