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Our North land : being a full account of the Canadian Northwest and Hudson's Bay route, together with a narrative of the experiences of the Hudson's Bay Expedition of 1884, including a description of the climate, resources, and the characteristics of the native inhabitants between the 50th parallel and the Arctic Circle

Author: Charles R Tuttle; C. Blackett Robinson (Firm),
Publisher: Toronto : C. Blackett Robinson, 1885.
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Tuttle, Charles R. (Charles Richard), b. 1848.
Our North land.
Toronto : C.B. Robinson, 1885
(OCoLC)562061608
Named Person: Charles R Tuttle; Charles R Tuttle
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles R Tuttle; C. Blackett Robinson (Firm),
OCLC Number: 6178161
Description: 589 pages, [2] leaves of plates : illustrations, maps (some folded) ; 24 cm
Contents: The attraction of the North --
The Hudson's Bay Expedition --
The Labrador --
The Moravian missions --
The wonders of Nachvak --
Cape Chudley ; Port Burwell --
In Hudson Strait --
North Bluff ; Ashe's Inlet --
Prince of Wales Sound --
Stupart's Bay station --
Objects of observing stations --
Fighting field-ice --
Across Hudson's Bay --
The story of Marble Island --
From Marble Island to Churchill --
Sunday at Port Churchill --
Churchill people and industries --
The attractions of York factory --
An exciting polar bear hunt --
On the rocks of resolution --
Personal and impersonal --
Game of the Hudson's Bay region --
Northern whales and whaling --
The porpoise, the walrus, the narwhal and the seal --
The economic fishes of Hudson's Bay and Strait --
Fur-bearing animals --
The Eskimo inhabitants --
Navigation of Hudson's Bay and Strait --
The Hudson's Bay route --
From the Pacific to Hudson's Bay --
The Klotz overland Hudson's Bay Expedition --
From Lake Winnipeg to Hudson's Bay --
Dr. Bell's Hudson's Bay explorations --
The Indians of the North --
The great North-West --
The great North-West: Manitoba --
The great North-West: The territories --
The North-West and the Canadian Pacific Railway --
Federal relations of the North-West --
Needed railway competition in the North-West --
Proving the Hudson's Bay route --
A proposed two years' tour --
Opening the Hudson's Bay route --
Commercial importance of Hudson's Bay --
The Hudson's Bay route supported --
The Hudson's Bay route opposed --
The question of immigration --
A nobleman's view of the North-West --
Immigration and the Hudson's Bay route --
The growth of Canada and Imperial Federation.
Responsibility: by Charles R. Tuttle.

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