Reviews for Through an Unknown Country

Through an Unknown Country is suited to academic and lay readers, and both should be prepared for some initial hard work as the book opens with Jarvisí formal report which must be read alongside extensive end notes by the editors. The readerís early perseverance is soon rewarded, however, by Haningtonís plain-spoken letters to his brother in chapter 2.óMike Nash, Cloudburst

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For those interested in winter travelling in extreme conditions or wanting to know more of the history and geography of this part of British Columbia and Alberta this is a must-have book.óRobert Allen, British Columbia History