The Fiery Totem (Illustrated): A Tale of Adventure in the Canadian North-West by Argyll Saxby

The Fiery Totem (Illustrated): A Tale of Adventure in the Canadian North-West

byArgyll Saxby

Kobo ebook | May 10, 2016

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An old-fashioned pioneer adventure through the Canadian-Indian territory of Northwest Canada. Plenty of action to keep you turning pages as fast as you can read!

This edition of the book contains the two original illustrations, rejuvenated, and eight additional place-, time-, and subject-relevant illustrations that are unique to this edition.

Argyll Saxby (born c1870) was a Scottish author, born in Shetland. He was the son of Jessie M. E. Saxby (1842-1940), who was also a well-known author in her time. Argyll travelled around Canada, and then became a schoolmaster. He wrote books for boys, and also wrote adventure serials for the famous Boys' Own Paper. His works include: Edmondston's Flora of Shetland (1903), Do Plants Think? (1905), Braves, White and Red (1907), Brave Toviak: A Story of Eskimo Boy-Life (1908), The Taming of the Rancher: A Story of Western Canada (1909), Comrades Three: A Story of the Canadian Prairies (1910), 'Be Prepared!'; or, The Making of a Scout (1911), The Call of Hour: A Tale of Adventure in the Canadian Prairies (1912), The Fiery Totem: A Tale of Adventure in the Canadian North-West (1913), Tangled Trails (1915), The Black Lizard: A Story of Adventure in the Syrian Desert (1917), The Settler of Serpent Creek (1921), Kookaburra Jack: A Story of Australian School Life (1924) and The Tiger-Man of Burma and Other Adventure Yarns (1925).

Title:The Fiery Totem (Illustrated): A Tale of Adventure in the Canadian North-WestFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 10, 2016Publisher:Steve GabanyLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990051738582

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