London: John Lane, 1913.
First Edition. Hardcover. Very good. 270 pp, with 30 illustrations from photographs and folding map. Mild spine lean, light marginal foxing, spine faded, some tears (but no loss) to map. Binding sound, text unmarked. "Account for general readers, based on a report to the Canadian government, of the author's journey as Superintendent of Forestry, along the Athabaska, Slave and Mackenzie Rivers, the Porcupine, Upper Yukon, and Lewes Rivers, Lakes Laberge and Bennett and Chilkoot Pass." Arctic Bib. 17011. Includes short chapters on climate, soil, minerals, placer gold, timber, animals, fish, wild fowl, inhabitants, traders, and missionaries.