Bibliography: p. 209-212.
|LC Classifications||F1060.7 .M2 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||219|
|LC Control Number||75008008|
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Castner wove together a fascinating story of two 1, mile journeys by canoe down the Mackenzie River (also known as the Deh Cho and Disappointment River) in Canada's Northwest Territories. The first journey was undertaken in by a group of voyageurs (fur trappers) and indigenous guides, headed by Alexander Mackenzie/5. About the Book Alexander Mackenzie was the first man to cross continental North America, a trip he accomplished by canoe in -- twelve years before Lewis and Clark. Sir Alexander Mackenzie, fur trader, explorer (born around near Stornoway, Scotland; died 12 March near Dunkeld, Scotland). Mackenzie was one of Canada’s greatest explorers. In two epic journeys for the North West Company in and , he traversed the dense northern wilderness to reach the Arctic and Pacific Oceans. The first European to cross North . Alexander Mackenzie and the North West.. [Roy Daniells] -- General description of Mackenzie's two expeditions based mainly on published sources. Print book: Biography: EnglishView all editions and formats: Summary: General description of Mackenzie's two expeditions based mainly on published sources. Rating: # Alexander Mackenzie\/span.
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