Passage To Juneau : A Sea and Its Meanings

By: Raban, Jonathan

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London: Picador, 1999. The Inside Passage from Puget Sound to Alaska is turbulent and deep, an ancient thousand-mile-long-sea-route, rich in dangerous whirlpools, eddies, rips and races. Here flourished the canoe-culture of the Northwest Indians, with their fantastic masks and painted chests, and their stories of malign submarine beings. Here, in 1792, came the unhappy British ship Discovery, captained by George Vancouver. The early explorers were soon followed by fur-traders, settlers, missionaries, anthropologists, fishermen and tourists, each with their own designs on thisintricate and haunted sea. This is Rabans lively journey following in their steps. CONDITION is as new in unread state, not worn. First UK. Hard Cover. As New/As New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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