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4 edition of Yukon river children found in the catalog.

Yukon river children

by Harriett (Keeney) Osgood

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Published by Oxford university press in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Eskimos -- Fiction.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Harriett Osgood; pictures by Lilian Neuner.
    ContributionsNeuner, Lilian, illus.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.O814 Yu
    The Physical Object
    Pagination80 p.
    Number of Pages80
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6465934M
    LC Control Number44004877

      Top 10 books about Alaska. The Wind is Not a River. and it shares more in common with Canada's Yukon territory and British Columbia. It is a place of big dreams and harsh realities. Cold River Spirits centers on Jan Harper-Haines' native family in Alaska. As the bearer of the family's oral history, Harper-Haines felt compelled to write their legends and stories down. She has done a fine job, including many black and white photographs that help illuminate the .

    To the Gold fields where history started Aug. 16th / 7 and obviously the wilderness surrounding the "City" along the Yukon River. A must is the incredible beauty of the Dempster Highway going North toward the Arctic Ocean and the Tombstone Park, just km from Dawson City.   "Kings of the Yukon" follows the author on an epic mile canoe trip from a head-water of the Yukon River to the mouth of the river during a summer. The theme of the book mostly involves the King or Chinook Salmon and its life-cycle and recent decrease/5(53).

      Yukon Audit by Ken Baird is a thriller beyond all thrillers. The Yukon is a mystical place. It is the land of the midnight sun. It is the home of the Klondike gold rush. And it is a place to launder money with a gold mine. Brody lives in a tiny cabin on the Yukon River. He’s happy with his life, flying an old plane and running a repair shop, living alone with his : Anne-Marie Reynolds.   The Yukon river is 2, miles long, the longest stretch of free-flowing river in the United States. In this riveting examination of one of the last wild places on earth, Adam Weymouth canoes along the river's length, from Canada's Yukon Territory, through Alaska, to the Bering : Little, Brown and Company.


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Though the word Yukon is in the title, it refers to the river not the territory, so don't mistake this book as taking place in Canada. The first in this series (and I'd say it's important to read them in order to get the full value of this sequel) takes places entirely in Canada while this one takes place entirely in /5(16).

For a memorable experience canoeing down the Yukon River and more, click here. Our guided Yukon canoe trips explore calm rivers and whitewater rapids.

Call. Yukon River book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Peter Lourie takes young readers on an exciting mile canoe trip down /5(3).

Limited Edition - Picture Book Yukon: Mein gehasster Freund Joey Kelly and Till Lindemann sail in a narrow canoe on the Yukon through Alaska and defy the rough nature.

Nearby to a close friendship. The magnificent landscape photos by Thomas Stachelhaus show the original adventure on a grim, cold river. With poems and text fragments by Till ry: Visuals & Sounds > Books. Paddling the Yukon River is a life-changing experience.

As you journey along this historic route, the Yukon River weaves its way into your soul. The river moves quickly, but not too quickly for a family trip with children. Our journey started at Lake Laberge, where we were /5(19). Yukon Revenge by Ken Baird is the second C.

Brody novel. A year after surviving a chase down the Yukon River falls, Brody is just trying to get on with his life. He still has his dogs, his plane and his old pickup truck and he still lives in his old cabin on the river.

He thought he was the only survivor from that chase but nothing stays dead and buried : Anne-Marie Reynolds. Baird's high-octane sequel to 's Yukon Audit " -- Publishers Weekly.

" a fantastic sequel another tight plot with plenty of action and adventure, right from the word go." -- Readers' Favorite Meet C.E. Brody, a Yukon renaissance man who leads a solitary life on the edge of s: 0. Guidebooks: There are two Guidebooks: Mike Rourke’s Yukon River is the most comprehensive and a must-have.

Len Webster’s Yukon River Guide is a river-maps style book with full color maps for the entire section. If you are a paper maps kind of person then get Webster’s book. Buy a cheap copy of Down the Yukon book by Will Hobbs. The great race across Alaska!As Dawson City goes up in flames, Jason Hawthorn itches to join the new rush for gold in Nome, 1, miles away.

He and his brothers Free shipping over $/5(4). In the Fall ofour new children's book about a king salmon that swam more than 2, miles up the Yukon River to spawn will be released by University of Alaska Press.

The company was formed in with Jocelyn Rourke as Proprietor. We published our first book that year with Mike combining his previous years of research and river travel experience to create the Yukon River: Marsh Lake, Yukon to Circle, Alaska. RNP has grown and evolved over the thirty plus years and continues to grow as the popularity of our.

Raising Ourselves: A Gwich'in Coming Of Age Story From The Yukon River is the personal testimony of Velma Wallis (a full blooded member of one of the Gwich'in clans that had settled where the Porcupine River flows into the Yukon) on what it was like grow up as a Native American in an Alaska dominated by white teachers, traders, and missionaries.5/5(5).

Family Canoeing: Nisutlin River The Nisutlin River is a beautiful wilderness river nestled among scenic mountains, ideally suited as a first time paddling experience for a family with children.

This km stretch of the river flows through low wetlands and has a gentle current with no technical difficulties, making it an excellent choice for.

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State of Alaska. To the north is the Beaufort Sea and to the south is the Province of British Columbia. Check out our brief photo tour of Yukon if you'd like to see more of the scenery of the territory or if you need photos for a school project. The Nisutlin River is a beautiful wilderness river nestled among scenic mountains, ideally suited as a first-time paddling experience for a family with children.

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Drifting Home is an account of a journey by Pierre Berton and his family as they raft down the Yukon River from Lake Bennett, British Columbia, to Dawson in the Yukon Territory.

It is a meditation on family and childhood and the small moments from which memories are drawn. It is also a tribute by a son to his :