Canoe Atlas

of the

Little North

A book by Jonathan Berger and

Thomas Terry

 

Publication March 2007

Limited edition

 

Rarely does a book come along that shatters our image of what is a great canoe-routes book. Hap Wilson's Temagami Canoe Routes did that in 1978. The Canoe Atlas of the Little North will do it again in March.

This book has been 45 years in the making, as the authors crisscrossed the Little North, hunting for its ancient canoe routes before they are lost. Detailed, full-colour maps were digitally produced at UC-Berkeley.

It will only be available directly from the publisher and can be ordered now.

 

Hardcover: 144 pages

Images: 1,200 maps and illustrations

Dimensions: 16 x 13.5

Publisher: Boston Mills Press/Firefly

Publisher's Price: $95 Can/US, shipping included

Amazon.com Price: $59.85 US

 

Order from Firefly:

         Canada: 800-387-6192

         US: 800-387-5085

         bkalbfleisch@fireflybooks.com

       INFORMATION: Order info (PDF 1.8 meg)

                              Publisher's catalogue excerpt

                                              (PDF 1.4 meg)

Cover photo: Atlas of the Little North

Map: Little North

Atlas covers area outlined in yellow.

AUTHOR BACKGROUND:  Sutton River exploration

                                    Author bio

   
   

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