1 edition of Ungava, a tale of the Esquimaux land found in the catalog.
RBSC copy: In original red cloth.
|Statement||by R. M. Ballantyne|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 9-255,  p.,  leaves of plates ( p. at end advertisements)|
|Number of Pages||255|
"The Coral Island, a Tale of the Pacific Ocean" (with a preface subscribed "Ralph Rover"), (); "Ungava, a Tale of Esquimaux Land," (); "Martin Rattler, or a Boy's Adventures in the Forests of Brazil," ; "Ships, the Great Eastern and lesser Craft" (with illustrations), ; "Mee a ow! or Good Advice to Cats and Kittens. Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library: creatorOf: Ballantyne, R. M. (Robert Michael), The dog Crusoe: a tale of the western prairies, [ca. ]. Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library: referencedIn: Autographs and letters,
John McLean (c. –) was a Scotsman who emigrated to British North America, where he became a fur-trapper, trader, explorer, grocer, banker, newspaperman, clerk, and travelled by foot and canoe from the Atlantic to the Pacific and back, becoming one of the chief traders of the Hudson's Bay is remembered as the first person of European descent to discover Born: c. , Isle of Mull, Scotland, UK. The first stories depicted his life in Canada, later works dealt with his adventures in Britain, Africa, and elsewhere. His other early works include Snowflakes and Sunbeams, or, The Young Fur Traders (), Ungava: A Tale of Esquimaux-Land (), and The Dog Crusoe (). Several of his books were based on personal experience.
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One of the first accounts of life in the far north, pre-dating Jack London by nearly half a a tale of the Esquimaux land book, R.M. Ballantyne's Ungava is a terrifying, illuminating tale, based on real events as the first trading post in the Land of the Esquimaux is established on Ungava Bay.
The first Europeans that far north encounter both Native Americans and Esquimaux with often grisly and inexplicable results, but 3/5(1). VG+/, circaR.M.
Ballantine, Ungava, A Tale of the Esquimaux Land, blind-stamped panelled blue cloth boards, sharp gilt lett on spine, 13x19cm, pp, a former employee of the Hudson Bay Company, Scottish author pens as fiction a story which contains much of the factual history of fur trading around Hudson Bay, 4 color plates, includinf.
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Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — Cited by: 3. This book was inspired, and very loosely based, on the life and family of my ancestor, Nicol Finlayson, who with his wife Betsy Kennedy, was the first fur trader to establish Fort Chimo in Ungava.
R.M. Ballantyne married one of Nicol's nieces, and knew him during /5. Ungava, A Tale of the Esquimaux-Land by R. Ballantyne Illustrated by the Author with a Frontispiece, engraved Title Page & a further 6 full page plates. Adventure novel set on the Ungava Peninsula, Canada, with convincing descriptions of the terrain and harsh life in Seller Rating: % positive.
Ungava | This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process.
Get this from a library. Ungava: a tale of Esquimaux-land. [Robert Michael Ballantyne] -- Fictional account of the establishment of Fort Chimo,based on reminiscence by Nicol Finlayson.
The District of Ungava was a regional administrative district of Canada's Northwest Territories from toalthough it effectively ceased operation in It covered the northern portion of what is today Quebec, the interior of Labrador, and the offshore islands to the west and north of Quebec, which are now part of Nunavut.
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The first Europeans that far north encounter both Native Americans and Esquimaux-with often grisly and inexplicable result-but therein lies its utter truth unvarnished and fascinating.