A new collection of hair-raising true tales about pioneers in Alaska, the Yukon and the northern Pacific region. It was a hardy breed of men and women who opened up the last frontier, and they tell some amazing survival stories. The author has selected 26 accounts of death and survival that chronicle the harsh realities of life on the northern frontier. These accounts were found in newspapers and magazines. Here are their stories, often in their own words. This is the North you will never read about in the travel brochures.
1998, reprint, 5½x8½, paper, 160 pp