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In the true story reflected in Lt. Allen's journal, you will learn of the generosity of Alaskan Natives. Lt. Allen's party would not have survived without adapting to the customs of the Alaskans and following their trails. They also would have starved without the food from the Alaskan people. This was the longest exploration of unknown land at this time in the world. Many quests had tried to go inland, but had not returned. This was mainly due to their ill treatment of the Natives. Lt. Allen traveled in a small party and welcomed the help of the Alaskans. He writes here in his journal from a traveler's perspective, not from the traditional military aspect. They traveled through the heart of this great land called Alyeska. The three great rivers they traveled had been explored very little by miners or trappers. This was a land largely unexplored by white people, but where Natives had already lived for more than 10,000 years. Lt. Allen's journal is published here from the original journal published in 1887 to share with you who love to read of history and learn about Alaska. Enjoy the view of Alaska in the 1800s from Lt. Allen's journal descriptions of the land and the people.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2009
    • Ano:  2009
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001120850320
    • ISBN:  9781594332302

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