The Journal of Canadian

Wilderness Canoeing

  FALL 2004

WINTER 2005

PAGE 12

OUTFIT 118 & 119

 

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A. P. Low/National Archives of Canada C-5592

A.P. Low We are delighted that a new light has been shed on A. P. Low thanks to the fine biography of this ubiquitous northern traveller.  (See Review of Paddling the Boreal Forest). This photo, taken by Low on July 28, 1897, shows his 35-foot boat The Alle (right) being gently moved through the ice floes on Wakeham Bay in northwest Ungava Bay. The boat would dock for the winter in Fort Chimo (Kuujjuaq), a month later, and would sail around to Great Whale River the next summer. Low was the last of the great land-based explorers of the Geological Survey of Canada, and he left a great many fascinating photos from an era now long gone.

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