CLOVER PASSAGE by Edward A. Lawrence


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A leisurely troll through Alaskan waters by a man who loves to fish takes us up the Clover Passage for a summer. The author had his day with king salmon, coho, and other beauties, pausing to look with concern at the fin of a killer whale and with delight at a do. He felt the harmony of the wilderness at Snag Harbor, where every day seemed like Sunday, and admired the awesome display of the Northern Lights. Aside from fishing events and his neighbors on the Viking, he describes Southeastern Alaska- its forests and Ketchikan. A pleasant but rather stiff-legged gambol.

Pub Date: Oct. 10th, 1954
Publisher: Caxton