A young couple, completely untrained and inexperienced, are sent to a government outpost in northern Alaska, in charge of...

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A young couple, completely untrained and inexperienced, are sent to a government outpost in northern Alaska, in charge of education, and found that, in addition, they were forced to be ministers, doctors, psychologists, and everything else conceivable. There was adjustment to be made to food, climate and Eskimo manner of life and thought; there were reindeer herds to care for, coal mines to investigate, football to be played on long moonlight nights, whale feasts and dances to attend, parties to give at holiday seasons, problems at every turn, their own and others. Human drama here, and good reading. A fresh slant on the far north.

Pub Date: Aug. 20, 1937

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Stokes

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: Aug. 1, 1937