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Record #166377:

Ancient mariner: the amazing adventures of Samuel Hearne, the sailor who walked to the Arctic Ocean / Ken McGoogan.

Title: Ancient mariner: the amazing adventures of Samuel Hearne, the sailor who walked to the Arctic Ocean / Ken McGoogan.
Author(s): McGoogan, Ken.
Date: 2003.
Publisher: Toronto: HarperFlamingoCanada
Abstract: Hearne was first European to reach North American Arctic coast. Story describes sailor's life in 17th Cent. from Seven Years' War on. Hearne then joined Hudson's Bay Company and set off on overland quest for copper mine and North-west Passage from Prince of Wales Fort, accompanied by Dene leader Matonabbee, covering 3500 miles, mainly afoot. End of journey was at "Bloody Falls", where massacre of Inuit by Dene changed Hearne for ever. Author shows how encounter with Coleridge led to poem "Rime of Ancient Mariner".
Keywords: 92 -- Biographies: Hearne, Samuel.
X -- Biographies and obituaries.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*60) -- Arctic Ocean and adjacent waters.
(*623) -- Hudson Bay.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-SHF: 92[Hearne, S]
ISBN: 0002000989
SPRI record no.: 166377

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