Tales of an Unsung Sourdough: The Extraordinary Klondike Adventures of Johnny Lind

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10.1 X 10.9 X 0.7 inches | 2.0 pounds

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About the Author

Phil Lind is the vice-chairman of Rogers Communications Inc. and for forty years was the right-hand man of the company founder, the late Ted Rogers. Lind co-authored Right Hand Man: How Phil Lind Guided the Genius of Ted Rogers, Canada's Foremost Entrepreneur. Lind is a long-time supporter and advocate of the University of British Columbia, where he has invested in many areas of scholarship, including the Phil Lind Initiative, which invites leading US thinkers to UBC for open, thought-provoking dialogue on a range of urgent issues. Lind has been inducted into the Order of Canada and the Cable Hall of Fame in Denver, Colorado.

Robert Brehl is an award-winning journalist, formerly at the Toronto Star and Globe and Mail, who operates his own consulting, communications, and writing firm called abc2 communications inc. He is the co-author of bestselling books, including Relentless: The True Story of the Man Behind Rogers Communications, with Ted Rogers; Right Hand Man: How Phil Lind Guided the Genius of Ted Rogers, Canada's Foremost Entrepreneur, with Phil Lind; and Hurricane Hazel: A Life with Purpose, with Mississauga's famed former mayor Hazel McCallion. Right Hand Man and Relentless (2009) were finalists for the National Business Book Award.


"I blazed through this terrific book in one sitting. Lively and well designed, with previously unseen archival photos, it is both an affectionate family memoir and a well-researched history of the Yukon Gold Rush, including the crucial role played by Indigenous Peoples."
- Charlotte Gray, author of eleven Canadian history bestsellers including Gold Diggers: Striking It Rich on the Klondike, the basis of a Discovery Channel mini-series

"Tales of an Unsung Sourdough is a well-informed account about Johnny Lind, one of the less-well-known Klondike Gold Rush kings, and his legacy. Based upon the extensive Phil Lind Klondike Gold Rush Collection held at the University of British Columbia, this story is an enjoyable read with fabulous photos."
- Michael Gates, Yukon's first Story Laureate; author of seven Yukon history books including Hollywood in the Klondike; former curator of collections, Klondike National Historic Sites

"Tales of an Unsung Sourdough is simply epic! Readers will love this book for its stories, history, and photos--and they will love Johnny Lind. Through his eyes, we see the people, places, and history of the Klondike Gold Rush. Hollywood producers need to read this book for their next motion picture opportunity."
- Don Boswell, former president and CEO, Buffalo Toronto Public Media, producer of the documentary The Klondike Gold Rush