The Desperate PeopleBook - 1980
THEY COULD SURVIVE ANYTHING IN THE ARCTIC WILDERNESS--EXCEPT THE WHITE MAN. They were rich, the caribou were abundant. Their dogs were many and strong. The children in the tents were happy, and there was never any fear of going hungry. Then came the ruthless white man's civilization. And with it came slaughter of the herds, starvation of the flesh, and torture of the spirit.
Publisher: Toronto : McClelland and Stewart-Bantam, 1980
Edition: Seal ed
Branch Call Number: 917.12/MOW