THE FLYING NORTH by Jean Potter
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THE FLYING NORTH

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The thrilling story of the bush fliers in Alaska, a story packed with excitement, adventure, heroism and humor. The bush fliers are the most popular men in the Territory. They fly cannery workers, mining prospectors, corpses, mental cases, pregnant women. They transport everything from mining equipment to hair pins. Here are stories of the men who opened up the skyways, their incredible escapes, their landings on patches of ice, water, bits of ground, their ingenuity. There's enough hair-raising excitement for a dozen adventure novels.

Pub Date: April 29th, 1947
Publisher: Macmillan