The French Traveler: Adventure, Exploration & Indian Life In Eighteenth-Century Canada

William D Gairdner (Author) Daniel Crack (Designed by)
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Product Details

Price
$19.00  $17.48
Publisher
Kinetics Design - Kdbooks.CA
Publish Date
March 05, 2019
Pages
232
Dimensions
6.69 X 0.49 X 9.61 inches | 0.83 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781988360270

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About the Author

As a young athlete, Bill competed in the decathlon at the Pan-Am Games in Brazil and at the Olympic Games in Tokyo in 1964, and then in two Commonwealth Games (Jamaica, 1966, and Edinburgh, 1970), in the 400 metre hurdles event. After earning a PhD from Stanford University, he taught English Literature at York University, then pursued a career in business, from which he retired in 1988 to devote his time to writing. In quick succession he produced a string of bestselling books, including The Trouble With Canada, The War Against The Family, The Book of Absolutes, and Canada's Founding Debates -- an historical landmark. His most recent is DISRUPTIVE ESSAYS: There Are No Safe Spaces in This Book! Blog: www.williamgairdner.ca Twitter: @williamgairdner
gloria has lived in Collingwood, Ontario for over ten years, in those years she has come to appreciate more and more the natural world that surrounds her and offers her solace in the midst of life's joys and sorrows. gloria is grateful for the many privileges her life is afforded on the lands which, for thousands of years have been the traditional territories of Wendat, Haudenosaunee, Anishinaabe (Three Fires Confederacy) and many other peoples. Other books include Saved by Love: an incomplete memoir