ONE MAN AGAINST THE NORTH by

ONE MAN AGAINST THE NORTH

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An actual record of the longest Arctic trip taken by one man -- and this a 21 year old youth, who went into Eskimo country, covered 3,000 miles by dog sled-often with depleted team and inadequate food, lived with Eskimos and ate their food. The account is detailed enough to satisfy the insatiable curiosity of some people for data on the subject, but its very meticulousness of detail will circumscribe the market, limiting it to those especially interested in the subject.

Pub Date: Feb. 28th, 1940
Publisher: Crowell