Red Hunters of The Snows. 1st Cdn

GODSELL, Philip H.. Red Hunters of The Snows: An Account of Thirty Years' Experience with the Primitive Indian and Eskimo Tribes of the Canadian North-West and Arctic Coast, with a Brief History of the Early Contact between White Fur Traders and the Aborigines. Illustrations from photographs by the Author, The National Museum of Canada and the Department of the Interior. Toronto: Ryerson Press, (1938). First Canadian Edition. Pp. 324. Frontis. and [50] illustrations. 8vo, rebound in modern half red morocco, red cloth boards, raised bands, gilt lettering to spine, t.e.g. Arctic Bibliography 5850: "Account by a Hudson's Bay Co. official of his life, travels and friendsin the Indian country. Includes notes on the customs of Chipewyan, Yellowk nife, Dogrib, Hare, Slave and Nahanni Indians of the Northwest Territories,and on the Eskimos of the western Canadian Arctic; their relations with wh ite men, and changing conditions from the time of early fur-trading to the present." A fine copy in modern leather binding. 250.00

Title: Red Hunters of The Snows. 1st Cdn

Author Name: GODSELL, Philip H. GODSELL, Phillip H. (photographs) National Museum of Canada Department of the Interior

Categories: 41,

Publisher: Ryerson Press, 1938,:

Seller ID: 64466