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The Walrus Hunters: A Romance of the Realms of Ice by Robert Michael Ballantyne, R. M. Ballantyne - Paperback
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There is a river in America which flows to the north-westward of Great Bear Lake, and helps to drain that part of the great wilderness into the Arctic Sea. It is an insignificant stream compared with such well-known waterways as the Mackenzie and the Coppermine; nevertheless it is large enough to entice the white-whale and the seal into its waters every spring, and it becomes a ...

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    9781508680550
    Book Language
    English
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    9781508680550
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    English
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    There is a river in America which flows to the north-westward of Great Bear Lake, and helps to drain that part of the great wilderness into the Arctic Sea. It is an insignificant stream compared with such well-known waterways as the Mackenzie and the Coppermine; nevertheless it is large enough to

    There is a river in America which flows to the north-westward of Great Bear Lake, and helps to drain that part of the great wilderness into the Arctic Sea. It is an insignificant stream compared with such well-known waterways as the Mackenzie and the Coppermine; nevertheless it is large enough to entice the white-whale and the seal into its waters every spring, and it becomes a resting-place for myriads of wild-fowl while on their passage to and from the breeding-grounds of the Far North. Greygoose River was the name given to it by the Dogrib Indians who dwelt in its neighbourhood, and who were wont, every spring and autumn, to descend its waters nearly to the sea in quest of game. The Eskimos, who, coming from the mysterious north, were in the habit of ascending it a short way during open water in pursuit of their peculiar prey, named it Whale River.

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    • Category: General
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Language of Text: English
    • Author(s): Robert Michael Ballantyne, R. M. Ballantyne
    • Publisher: Createspace
    • ISBN: 9781508680550
    • Number of Pages: 336
    • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.7 inches
 

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