Paddling My Own Canoe
The Story of Algonquin Park's First Female Guide
Keyser, Esther S.; with John S. KeyserPublisher: Friends of Algonquin Park, Canada
Year Published: 2003
Pages: 268pp ISBN: 1-895709-83-0
Library of Congress Number: FC3065.A65K49 2003 Dewey: 9713'147
Resource Type: Book
An account of a life-long relationship with Algonquin Park.
Table of Contents
1. Sweet Canada
2. Northway Lodge
3. Finding My Way
4. Guiding in Algonquin Park
6. Paddling Through the War
7. Five in a Canoe
8. Back to Two
9. Au Large!
Appendix A: List of Birds Seen in Algonquin Park by Esther Keyser
Appendix B: List of Equipment and Costs for the 1939 Mississauga Trip
Appendix C: List of Esther Keyser's Paintings
Appendix D: Minawaska's Fishing Rules
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