The Young Alaskans on the Trail
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The Young Alaskans on the Trail

By Emerson Hough
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Table of Contents
  • THE YOUNG ALASKANS ON THE TRAIL
  • BY
  • EMERSON HOUGH
  • CONTENTS
  • ILLUSTRATIONS
  • THE YOUNG ALASKANS ON THE TRAIL
  • I
    • TAKING THE TRAIL
  • II
    • THE GATE OF THE MOUNTAINS
  • III
    • STUDYING OUT THE TRAIL
  • IV
    • THE GREAT DIVIDE
  • V
    • CROSSING THE HEIGHT OF LAND
  • VI
    • FOLLOWING MACKENZIE
  • VII
    • AROUND THE CAMP-FIRE
  • VIII
    • A HUNT FOR BIGHORN
  • IX
    • A NIGHT IN THE MOUNTAINS
  • X
    • HOW THE SPLIT-STONE LAKE WAS NAMED
  • XI
    • LESSONS IN WILD LIFE
  • XII
    • WILD COUNTRY AND WILDERNESS WAYS
  • XIII
    • THE CARIBOU HUNT
  • XIV
    • EXPLORING THE WILDERNESS
  • XV
    • IN THE BIG WATERS
  • XVI
    • THE GRIZZLY HUNT
  • XVII
    • THE YOUNG ALASKANS’ “LOB-STICK”
  • XVIII
    • BAD LUCK WITH THE “MARY ANN”
  • XIX
    • NEW PLANS
  • XX
    • THE GORGE OF THE MOUNTAINS
  • XXI
    • THE PORTAGE OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS
  • XXII
    • EAST OF THE ROCKIES
  • XXIII
    • THE LAND OF PLENTY
  • XXIV
    • THE WHITE MAN’S COUNTRY
  • XXV
    • HOW THE ERMINE GOT HIS TAIL BLACK
  • XXVI
    • TRAILING THE BEAR
  • XXVII
    • THE END OF THE OLD WAR-TRAIL
  • XXVIII
    • STEAMBOATING IN THE FAR NORTH
  • XXIX
    • A MOOSE HUNT
  • XXX
    • FARTHEST NORTH
  • XXXI
    • HOMEWARD BOUND
  • XXXII
    • LEAVING THE TRAIL
    • THE END
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