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One woman's Arctic,
One woman's Arctic
Author: Sheila (Every) Burnford
ISBN-13: 9780316117166
ISBN-10: 0316117161
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 234
Edition: [1st American ed.]
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Publisher: Little, Brown
Book Type: Unknown Binding
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Sheila Burnford wrote One Woman's Arctic about her two summers in Pond Inlet on Baffin Island. She travelled by komatik with dogs, assisted in archeological excavation, having to thaw the land inch by inch, ate everything offered to her, and saw the migration of the narwhals. This is a world that has experienced unlimited change but Ms. Burnford saw the best and worst of Pond Inlet at a time gone forever.