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Tales Of An Empty Cabin

by (author) Grey Owl

Key Porter Books
Initial publish date
May 2002
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    Publish Date
    May 2002
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These tales are stories of the struggle and endurance of the Canadian Native people, the bears, the wolves, and all the animals that visited Grey Owl's camp. Grey Owl's masterful tales of the Canadian wilderness have won the admiration of readers all over the world, and with our increasing awareness of the frailty of our environment, a new generation of readers will look for answers in these unique and powerful stories.

About the author

Grey Owl (1888-1938), an Englishman, immigrated to Canada as Archibald Belaney in 1906 and quickly constructed an identity as a Native, assuming the Ojibwa name Wa-sha-quon-asin and eventually settling in Saskatchewan on Ajawaan Lake. He spread his message of preservation through multiple bestsellers, including The Men of the Last Frontier, The Adventures of Sajo and Her Beaver People, and Tales Of An Empty Cabin.

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