Pierre Berton's Canada

Pierre Berton's Canada

The Land and the People

Book - 1999
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Nations are built from the relationship between a country's unique physical features and the people who live in and around them. Canada is a most spectacular example of such a glorious marriage. In this sweeping look at the country he knows so well, Pierre Berton has compiled the stories of twenty-five people who have shaped our history or been shaped and influenced by the geography they found themselves contending with. He sees genius and madness in characters from all parts of the country: from Maquinna, the emperor of the rainforest who battled fellow chieftains and European invaders alike, to Robert Service, who loathed the poem that made him rich, to Mina Hubbard, the widow who raced across Labrador in long skirts to carry out her late husband's dream. Pierre Berton's Canada visits every region, adding daubs of color to our vast map. And the stunning photos that fill the book complement the stories, and explain the hardships and joys that motivated Berton's cast of characters.
Publisher: Toronto : Stoddart, 1999.
ISBN: 9780773731608
0773731601
Branch Call Number: 971.0099 Ber
971/.0099/Ber 3588mb 1
Characteristics: 207 p. : col. ill.
Additional Contributors: Hutchings, Stephen
Alternative Title: Canada

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