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1 WILLIAMS, M. B. Jasper National Park : A Descriptive Guide. in dustjacket
H. R. Larson Publishing Company, Hamilton / Saskatoon / Vancouver, 1949, 
WILLIAMS, M. B. Jasper National Park : A Descriptive Guide. Hamilton / Saskatoon / Vancouver : H. R. Larson Publishing Company, (1949). Pp (8),ix-xii,1-128,(2). Illustated. Endpaper Maps. 8vo, red cloth, black lettering to front board and spine. "The Jasper National Park is steeped in historical background. No part of the Rocky Mountains has a history so rich in adventure and romance. The steel rails from Edmonton to the Divide retrace the oldestand mostbtravelled trails across the mountains, highways of the fur trade in its most glorious days. Along the "Athabasca Trail" for more than fifty years went the explorer and fur trader, the pioneer missionary, scientist and artist, fighting their way across the snows of the Athabasca Pass to theColumbia River and on to the Fraser River. Jasper Park is Canada's largest mountain park. It contains the highest summits, the greatest ice-fields, t he largest glaciers, the finest waterfalls, the deepest canyons, the greatest rivers and the oldest history of any region in the Rockies. All of theseare described by Miss Williams in her inimitable and poetic way that imbue d by the will thrill those who read "Jasper". Those whyo read this book will be imbued with grandeur and loveliness of the park and will want to either visit the area, linger longer or return again and again. This book makes the ideal souvenir of your visit or a much appreciated gift." (From the dj). Contents : I. Jasper National Park. II. Background. III. Jasper Townsite and Environs. IV. Central and Western Regions, South of the Railway. V. Eastern Ranges South of the Railway. VI. Northern Section. VII. Mount Robson Region. Addenda : Motor Roads; Trails; Place Names and Altitudes; Sources ofInformation. Very good in dustjacket. 20.00

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2 WILLIAMS, M.B. Through the Heart of the Rockies and Selkirks. National Parks of Canada Fourth edition
F.A. Acland, Ottawa, 1929, 
WILLIAMS, M.B. Through the Heart of the Rockies and Selkirks. National Parks of Canada. (Ottawa) : "Published under the Direction of the Hon. Charles Stewart, Minister of the Interior", (F.A. Acland, King's Printer), 1929. Fourth Edition. Pp. (8),1-112,(2), + 4 folding maps at rear. Illustrated withover 60 photos. 8vo, illustrated red card covers. A photographic journey t hrough the Rocky Mountains, with sections on the Banff and Lake Louise districts, among others. Contents: 1. THe Canadian Rockies; 2. Banff Park; 3. Walks, Drives, Climbs and Trails about Banff; 4. Lake Louise District; 5. Yoho Park; 6. Glacier Park; 7. Mount Revelstoke Park. Appendices : 1. Vegetation and Wild Life of the Parks; 2. Trail Trips; 3. Place Names and Altitudes. With index. Short split to tail of rear hinge, light edge-nicking, else very good, bright and tidy. 40.00

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