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The Great Lakes reader.

Author: Walter Havighurst
Publisher: Macmillan 1966.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Walter Havighurst
OCLC Number: 1031797964
Description: 421 p.
Contents: (I: Voyageur's Tales) Nicolet's bold venture, by C.W. Butterfield --
Mission on Lake Superior, by Claude Allouez --
Marquette's last journey, by Claude Dablon --
Voyage of the Griffin, by Louis Hennepin --
The golden age of the canoe, by Henry Beston --
To the Big Sea water, by Henry Rowe Schoolcraft --
By cross and anchor, by James E. Jamison. (II: The Fortune Hunters) The mineral veins, by Douglass Houghton --
Horizon north, by Bela Hubbard --
Death at Eagle River, by Peter McFarland --
Land, luck and money, by Angus Murdoch --
Copper fever, by Charles Lanman --
The Compass needle, by William A. Burt and Jacob Houghton --
Finding the Iron Mountains, by Philo Everett --
The Stained rock, by Raphael Pumpelly --
Landlooker, by John M. Longyear --
The Iron Hills, by Peter White --
Seven iron men, by Paul de Kruif. (III: Wind From the West) With Perry at Put-in-Bay, by Usher Parsons --
By steamer to the West, 1828, by H. Massey --
Immigrant boat to Detroit, by Charles Fenno Hoffman --
Stowaway, by Ralph Keeler --
Salmon Sweatland's funeral, by Henry Howe --
By ice to Cross Village, by Brand Whitlock --
Arrival at L'Arbre Croche, by U. P. Hedrick. (IV: The Storied Straits) Morning at Mackinac, by Reuben Gold Thwaites --
The king's birthday, by Alexander Henry --
To the westward, by Kenneth Roberts --
The old agency, by Constance Fenimore Woolson --
The skeleton on Round Island, by Mary Hartwell Catherwood --
Bridging the straits, by William Ratigan. (V: Unlocking the North) Ceremony at the Sault, by Claude Dablon --
Tracks in the snow, by Captain Thomas Dawson --
Winter in the north, by Helen Hardie Grant --
Woman of the bright foam, by Anna Jameson --
The battle of the Millrace, by Janet Lewis --
Voyage of the Independence, by Lewis Marvill --
Journey to the Soo, by William Cullen Bryant --
Canalside superintendent, by Ernest H. Rankin --
The Soo locks, by Captain Eber Ward --
The New lock, 1967, by E. B. Williams. (VI: Storm Warning) Great Lakes mariner, by Herman Melville --
Gale on Lake Erie, by Jacob Butler Varnum --
The short life of the Walk-in-the-Water, by Mary A. W. Palmer --
Return of the Superior, from the Detroit Gazette --
Stormy passage, by Henry Rowe Schoolcraft --
Rough weather, 1835, by J. B. Mansfield --
the Christmas tree schooner, by Harry Hansen --
Grim November, by Julius F. Wolff, Jr. --
The darkest day, by Fred M. Landon --
Ordeal on Sunday, by Captain S. A. Lyons --
Ice-bound, by Captain Elmer Weborg. (VII: The Long Ships) Windjammer to Chicago, by Elizabeth T. Baird --
Sails, by Harlan Hatcher --
The historic Onoko, by J. B. Mansfield --
All in a lifetime, by Ralph D. Williams --
The Whaleback fleet, from The Graphic --
Parade on the river, by Milo M. Quaife --
Towed from Baltimore, by Robert H. Folkert --
The new carriers, by R. B. Williams. (VIII: Cities and Seaway) The four Welland canals, by Rowland W. Murphy --
Sailing the Seaway Route, by Carlton Mabee --
North to salt water, by Jack C. Yewell --
Time and the river, by Hugh MacLennan --
Quebec to the sea, by Henry Beston.

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