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The voyageur's highway was the route from Lake Superior along inland waterways to the Minnesota North Country. Countless people--explorers, fur traders, missionaries, map makers, lumberjacks, miners, conservationists, naturalists--were drawn to the region's woods and lakeshores. Indians, French Canadians, Yankees, Scandinavians, and Slavs all used the rich resources of the land to follow an old way of life or to find a new one. In a lively, clear style, Grace Lee Nute tells the fascinating story of their adventures and love of the land. A popular guide to the state's canoe country from Rainy Lake east to Lake Superior tells of famous explorers, the great fur traders, voyageurs, Indians, and loggers who passed that way. Photographs and maps support the fascinating, authoritative text.

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