Sea Winter Salmon: Chronicles of the St. John River

Type of resource
Author/collaborator
Title
Sea Winter Salmon: Chronicles of the St. John River
Abstract
The author tracks the special relationship between the Atlantic salmon and the people of the St. John River (La rivière Saint-Jean) on the Lower North Shore of Quebec through diaries, legal documents, scientific data, rare archival photographs and her own photographic collection. Ontario-born railroad magnate James J. Hill (1838-1916) established a log camp on the St. John River in 1889 and it has remained in the family for five generations. The author is the great-granddaughter of James J. Hill.
Place
Westmount, QC
Publisher
Linda Leith Publishing
Date
2015
Language
en
Citation
Harpur, Mari Hill. Sea Winter Salmon: Chronicles of the St. John River. Westmount, QC: Linda Leith Publishing, 2015.
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