Sandy MacDonald's Man A Tale of the Mackinaw Fur Trade is a classic 1920’s book of 1800 fur trade in Michigan, Wisconsin woodlands and lakes. We know the mountain men- like Bridger- but this is earlier - canoes instead of pack horses stories of drama with competing fur companies. It contains many good survival tales.
Sandy MacDonald's Man A Tale of the Mackinaw Fur Trade is an excellent addition to your vintage fur trade collection or home library.
Sandy MacDonald's Man A Tale of the Mackinaw Fur Trade is in good shape for its age with no rips or tears. Please note the title page is disconnected from the book. This book was signed by previous owners, some words are underlined in pencil, as shown in photos. All text is readable.
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