Lake Opeongo: Untold Stories of Algonquin Parks Largest Lake S. Bernard Shaw

ISBN: 9781896182827

Published: April 1st 1998

Hardcover

110 pages


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Lake Opeongo: Untold Stories of Algonquin Parks Largest Lake  by  S. Bernard Shaw

Lake Opeongo: Untold Stories of Algonquin Parks Largest Lake by S. Bernard Shaw
April 1st 1998 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 110 pages | ISBN: 9781896182827 | 4.79 Mb

Huge and wild, it evokes images of the untamed Canadian wilderness and its earliest inhabitants. Although few signs are evident today, the lake has been touched by momentous events in the life of this young country. Illustrated with rare archivalMoreHuge and wild, it evokes images of the untamed Canadian wilderness and its earliest inhabitants. Although few signs are evident today, the lake has been touched by momentous events in the life of this young country. Illustrated with rare archival photographs, the book follows the history of human activity at the lake from the aboriginal hunters, fishers and trappers through the loggers, pioneer farmers, campers and fisheries research scientists to aviators who flew in and out with fishermen and canoeists until aircraft were banned.

There have been many deaths on the wind-lashed lake, which has its own ghost story.



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