Impressions of a Tenderfoot During a Journey in Search of Sport in The Far West


Impressions of a Tenderfoot During a Journey in Search of Sport in The Far West

St. Maur, Mrs. Algernon

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Contents: Introduction; The Voyage-Land-Quebec; From Toronto to North Bay by the Great Lakes; Journey to Winnipeg-The Prairie to Calgary; Calgary-Mitford; Banff-Good Fishing in Minnewonka Lake; Vancouver-Victoria; Cowichan Lake-Our Hawati Indians - Down the Rapids; Victoria-Portland-Notes About Alaska; San Francisco and Chinatown-The Chinese Question; San Francisco-Monterey-Journey to Vancouver; Vancouver-Canoeing in Howe Sound; Glacier House-The Columbia River; Sam's Landing-The Trail to Findlay Creek-The Ponies; Fishing-Miners-Algernon's Diary; In Searh of Better Sport-Life at Findlay Creek-Goodbye-Days on the Trail; Brewer's "Stopping-House" - Hot Springs-Indian Women-From Windermere to Golden City; Notes about Early French Settlers-Hunting in the Moutain; The Prairie-Winnepeg-Moose Hunting-Manitoba; Life in a Lumber Camp; Homeward Bound.

Publication Info

  • Publisher: John Murray
  • Edition: First Edition
  • Date Published: 1890
  • Place Published: London
  • ISBN: n/a


  • Condition: ex library-fair
  • Signed: No
  • Dust Jacket: No
  • Jacket Condition: n/a
  • Details:
    xv, 279, 32 p. 21 cm cloth hardcover binding with gold impressing on front board. Fold-out map and 7 b&w plates including frontispiece. Tan cloth. Spine darkened, hinges cracking, cloth soiled. Ex-library with labels and label residue on spine. Envelopes, barcode, and labels on endpapers. Map tape-repaired at crease. Pages clean and neat.

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