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Buckskins, Blades and Biscuits
 
Buckskins, Blades and Biscuits - 8 1/2x5 1/2" (14x21.5 cm) soft cover 174 pages This book is a sketchbook of design and comment, detailing how to make accoutrements and clothing of the American Frontier from 1700 to 1850. Allen Kent Johnston brings history alive with colorful descriptions of yesteryear as he outlines the methods of those times.

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Bush Basics
Bush Basics, A common Sense Guide To Backwoods Adventure - 5.5"x8.5" (14x21.5 cm) soft cover 175 pages Bush Basics is an excellent resource that will provide both the novice hiker and the seasoned veteran with some sound lessons to help them enjoy their wilderness experience. If people were to learn and practise what is outlined in this book, Search and Rescue teams would not be as busy as they are today.

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Captain William Moore
Captain William Moore, B.C.'s Amazing Frontiersman - 5.5"x8.5" (14x21.5 cm) soft cover 62 pages One of British Columbia's most colorful and adventurous pioneers was Captain Williams Moore. He arrived during the 1852 gold rush to the Queen Charlotte Islands, then took past in every stampede, including the Fraser River in 1858, the Stikine River, the Big Bend of the Columbia River, the Cariboo, the Omineca, the Cassiar which he and his sons discovered in 1973, the Klondike and, finally, Nome in 1900 when he was 78.

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Cariboo Gold Rush
Cariboo Gold Rush - 5.5"x8.5" (14x21.5 cm) soft cover 94 pages Today's living memorial to the gold rush that created B.C. is Barkerville on Williams Creek. Once "Éthe largest community north of San Francisco", it became a virtual ghost town after the creeks were gleaned of their tons of gold. Fortunately, the Provincial Government embarked on an ongoing restoration program.

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Crazy Cooks &
Gold Miners

 
Crazy Cooks and Gold Miners - 8 1/2x5 1/2" (14x21.5 cm) soft cover 224 pages How any two people can pack so many events and careers into one lifetime is a wonder. The life of the author, Joyce Yardley, from a prim little girl who didn't want to finish school, to learning to be a wife, a postmistress, a lady rancher, a lodge and restaurant owner, and a goldpanner. She accomplished all of that and more.

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Curse of Gold
 
Jack Mould and the Curse of Gold - 8 1/2x5 1/2" (14x21.5 cm) soft cover 173 pages Elizabeth Hawkins tells the tale of one man's search and discovery of one of British Columbia's most infamous mysteries, Slumach's Lost Creek gold mine. And beyond that, it is the tale of a man who is able to confront the curses that plague all mortal men.

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