The Papers of Lawrence Gregory Hines in the Dartmouth College LibraryWMST Mss-230

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Hines, Lawrence Gregory
Title Remainder: Papers. 1937-1991
Dates: 1937-1991
Identification: Mss-230





Biographical Information

1915 Born, October 31, Leavenworth, Kansas
1937 Married Ann Williston Philips
1938 Received A. B. degree, University of Kansas
1940-1941 Teaching assistant, University of Minnesota
1941-1942 Research assistant, Employment Stabilization Research Institute, University of Minnesota
1942 Received A.M. degree, University of Minnesota
1942-1946 Instructor of Economics, University of Minnesota
1946-1947 Air intelligence specialist, Office of Naval Intelligence, Washington, D. C.
1947 Received Ph.D. from University of Minnesota; promoted to Assistant Professor
1947- (1953) Assistant Professor of Economics, Dartmouth College
1948 Visiting professor, University of Michigan, summer term
1949 Lecturer in Economics, George Washington University, summer term
1952 Published The Size, Shape, and Distribution of Economic Income; received Dartmouth Faculty Research Fellowship
1953 Received honorary A.M. degree, Dartmouth College; promoted to full professor
1956- (1963) Economic consultant for Water Pollution Control Division, U.S. Public Health Service, H.E.W., Washington, D. C.
1957 Recipient, Joint Committee on Education Faculty Award
1958 Ford Foundation Regional Research Fellow, Yale; received Ford Foundation essay prize award
1959- (1962) Chairman, Division of Social Sciences, Dartmouth College
1960 Awarded research grant from Commission on Money and Credit
1962 Received Sloan Foundation grant
1962-1963 Research consultant, Boston Federal Reserve Bank
1963-1965 Chairman, Economics Dept., Dartmouth College
1965 Awarded a Resources for the Future research grant
1965-1966 National Science Foundation grantee
1967-1968 Economics consultant, Office of Economics, Dept. of Transportation, Washington, D.C.
1970-1972 Consultant, Institute of Public Administration, New York, in water research
1973 Published Environmental Issues: Population, Pollution, and Economics
1974 Consultant, Dept. of the Interior, Washington, D.C.
1976 Published The Persuasion of Price
1979 In company with 5 others, canoed the Coppermine River, Northwest Territories, Canada, to the Arctic Ocean
1980 Again with a company of 5 others, traversed Contwoyto Lake, Northwest Territories, down the Burnside River to Bathurst Inlet on the Arctic Ocean
1986 Retired from Dartmouth College
1990 Died, November 24, Hanover, New Hampshire

Introduction

The Lawrence Gregory Hines Papers were a gift to the Dartmouth College Library from the Hines estate in 1990. Hines, an Economics professor at the College for many years, had previously donated several manuscripts to the Library. Although “Greg” Hines was a well-known and respected economist, this small collection focusses on his love of whitewater canoeing and the far northern parts of the United States and Canada.

Lawrence Gregory Hines was born October 31, 1915 in Leavenworth, Kansas. He took his A.B. degree at the University of Kansas in 1938, and his A.M. degree in 1942 from the University of Minnesota. He married Ann W. Philips in 1937. From 1940-1947, Hines occupied a series of research and teaching jobs at the University of Minnesota, receiving his Ph.D. and a promotion to Assistant Professor in 1947. He left the University the same year to accept a position as Assistant Professor of Economics at Dartmouth College, where he taught until his retirement (1986), becoming a full professor in 1953. He authored many books and articles, did consulting work for a number of prestigious organizations, including several federal agencies, and took his turn as Chairman of the Economics Dept. and of the Social Sciences Division at the College. He was active in professional and community organizations, and was awarded many grants and prizes for his research.

Greg Hines was an avid whitewater canoer and a birdwatcher/photographer. This collection of his papers focusses primarily on the Northwest Territories of Canada, and on Alaska and the Quetico-Superior region between Canada and the United States. He canoed these areas, and others within the boundaries of the U.S., notably the St. John and Androscoggin Rivers, and spent time alone on Alaska's Admiralty Island to try to photograph nesting bald eagles. His greatest triumphs came in 1979-1980 when he, with two different groups of other paddlers, canoed the surging Coppermine River of the Northwest Territories to the Arctic Ocean (1979), and traversed Contwoyto Lake, Northwest Territories, down the Burnside River to Bathurst Inlet on the Arctic Ocean (1980). Greg Hines retired from the College in 1986, and died November 24, 1990 in Hanover.

The Lawrence Gregory Hines Papers occupy 4 boxes and one mailing tube, or approximately 5.5 linear feet of shelf space. The materials consist of articles, excerpts of books, clippings, book and article manuscripts, pamphlets, photographs, journals, maps, and other items. Quite a few of the materials shed light on the tragedy of Sir John Franklin's third expedition, and others examine Northern explorers such as Samuel Hearne, George Back, and Robert Hood. The history of the Hudson's Bay Company, northern flora and fauna, the native peoples of Canada and Alaska, and regional issues are also prominently featured in the collection. Except for two journals (Box 4, Folders 12 and 16), none of the materials in the Hines collection are restricted.

Further information concerning Lawrence G. Hines, Arctic exploration, or canoeing, may be found in Special Collections in the Dartmouth College Library.






BOX 1.

Correspondence --- Research Materials: History



Correspondence



FOLDER : 1.

1974, 1977-1984



FOLDER : 2.

1985- 1991



FOLDER : 3.

Undated, unidentified



Research Materials



Animals: Birds



Articles



FOLDER : 4.

Birds, Birds, Birds, by Dr. Arthur M. Panzer; source unidentified, undated, photocopy



FOLDER : 5.

Birds First Described from Hudson's Bay, by C. Stuart Houston; in The Canadian Field-Naturalist, Vol.97, 1983



FOLDER : 6.

The Ptarmigans, by E.O. Hohn; in The Beaver, Winter 1971



FOLDER : 7.

Summary of Peregrine Falcon Production and Reintroduction by the Peregrine Fund in the United States 1973-1984, by Tom J. Cade and Victor J. Hardaswick; source unidentified, ca. 1985, photocopy



FOLDER : 8.

Summer Birdwatching in the Eastern Arctic, by Howard W. Bracewell; source unidentified, undated, photocopy



FOLDER : 9.

Brochure: Arctic Wildlife Sketches: Birds of Prey of the Northwest Territories, 2nd Edition, originally by Susan Fleck (1981), updated by Bob Bromley and Chris Shank; 1987



Excerpts



FOLDER : 10.

Life Histories of North American Diving Birds:Loons, from Bulletin 107, United States National Museum; undated, photocopy



FOLDER : 11.

The Mystery of Migration, Dr. Robin Baker, Chief Contributing Editor; A Studio Book, Viking Press, New York, 1980, photocopy



FOLDER : 12.

The Peregrine, by J.A. Baker; New York and Evanston: Harper and Row, undated, photocopy



FOLDER : 13.

Spirit of Survival: A Natural and Personal History of Terns, by John Hay; New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., 1974, photocopy



FOLDER : 14.

The Storm Petrel and the Owl of Athens, by Louis J. Halle; Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1970, photocopy



FOLDER : 15.

Wild Geese and Eskimos, A Journal of the Perry River Expedition of 1949, by Peter Scott; London: Country Life Ltd., Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, undated, photocopy



FOLDER : 16.

Lists of birds of the Northwest Territories; 1978



FOLDER : 17.

Map: Bird Migration in the Americas, produced by The Cartographic Division, National Geographic Society; 1979,



Animals:Fish



FOLDER : 18.

Excerpt: Freshwater Fishes of Canada, by W.B. Scott and E.J. Crossman; from Bulletin 184, Fisheries Research Board of Canada, 1973, photocopy



Animals: General



Articles



FOLDER : 19.

Alaska's Big Game Bounces Back, by Jim Rearden; in Alaska Magazine, September 1982



FOLDER : 20.

The Big Sleep, by Alan Pistorius; in Country Journal, January 1987



FOLDER : 21.

How Inuit Trapper-Hunters Make Ends Meet, by Thomas G. Smith; in Canadian Geographic, December 1979-January 1980



FOLDER : 22.

Clippings; photocopies, 1977, 1981-1982, 1990, undated



Excerpts



FOLDER : 23.

Arctic Animals: A Celebration of Survival, by Fred Bruemmer; Ashland, Wisconsin: North Word, Inc., 1987, photocopy



FOLDER : 24.

The Mammals of Canada, by A.W.F. Banfield; National Museum of Natural Sciences, National Museums of Canada, University of Toronto Press, 1974, photocopy



FOLDER : 25.

Planet Earth: Grasslands and Tundra, by The Editors of Time-Life Books; Alexandria, Virginia: Time-Life Books, 1985, photocopy



FOLDER : 26.

Polar Animals, by Alwin Pedersen, translated by Gwynne Vevers; London, Toronto: George G. Harrap & Co., Ltd., 1962, photocopy



FOLDER : 27.

The Polar World, by Patrick D. Baird; London: Longman, 1964, photocopy



FOLDER : 28.

Wild Life Beyond the North, by Frank Illingworth; London: Country Life, Ltd., Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1951, photocopy



Animals: Mammals



Articles



FOLDER : 29.

A Brave Return from the Brink for an Ice Age Relic, by Charles Bergman; source unidentified, February 1986



FOLDER : 30.

The Caribou Crisis, by A.W.F. Banfield; in The Beaver, Spring 1956, photocopy



FOLDER : 31.

Caribou Hunt, told to Mary Weeks by W. Cornwallis King; in The Beaver, March 1939, photocopy



FOLDER : 32.

Encounters With the Tundra Wolf, by Alex M. Hall; in The Beaver, Winter 1976



FOLDER : 33.

Enemies of the Caribou, by George Anderson; in The Beaver, June 1937, photocopy



FOLDER : 34.

The Grizzly Bear, by A.M. Pearson; source unidentified, April 1972, photocopy



FOLDER : 35.

The Herd, by Ted Kerasote; in Sports Afield, January 1985



FOLDER : 36.

Muskoxen at Bathurst Inlet, by David R. Gray and Donald F. Cockerton; in The Beaver, Winter 1974



FOLDER : 37.

Muskoxen Comeback: They Even Return to Siberia, by Frederick H. Wooding; in Canadian Geographic, undated, photocopy



FOLDER : 38.

Muskoxen--Domestication, by Fred Bruemmer; in The Beaver, Summer 1964, photocopy



FOLDER : 39.

Ovibos Moschatus, by Richard G. Glover; in The Beaver, September 1947, photocopy



FOLDER : 40.

The Present Status of the Barren-Ground Caribou, by J.S. Tener; source unidentified, March 1960, photocopy



FOLDER : 41.

The Research and Management of Barren-Ground Caribou in Northern Canada, by G.R. Parker; source unidentified, June 1972, photocopy



FOLDER : 42.

Sea Otters: A Third Transplant to British Columbia, by I.B. MacAskie; in The Beaver, Spring 1975



FOLDER : 43.

The Truth About Wolverines, by Edward R. Ricciuti; in Outdoor Life, February 1981



FOLDER : 44.

Book Review: George Calef; Caribou and the Barren-lands, (Ottawa: Canadian Arctic Resources Committee, 1981); reviewed by Greg Hines, typescript, published copy in Sierra, undated, photocopies



Excerpts



FOLDER : 45.

Lords of the Arctic, by Richard C. Davids; New York: MacMillan Publishing Co., 1982, photocopy



FOLDER : 46.

Man Meets Grizzly: Encounters in the Wild from Lewis and Clark to Modern Times, gathered by F.M. Young, edited by Coralie Beyers; Boston: Houghton-Mifflin Co., 1980, photocopy



FOLDER : 47.

The Migratory Barren Ground Caribou of Canada, by John P. Kelsall; Ottawa: Dept. of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, Canadian Wildlife Service, 1968, photocopy



FOLDER : 48.

Muskoxen in Canada: A Biological and Taxonomic Review, by J.S. Tener; Ottawa: Dept. of Northern Affairs and National Resources, Canadian Wildlife Services, 1965, photocopy



FOLDER : 49.

The Northwest Territories 1930, by F.H. Kitto; Ottawa: Dept. of the Interior, Northwest Territory and Yukon Branch, 1930, photocopy



FOLDER : 50.

Track of the Grizzly, by Frank C. Craighead, Jr.; San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, 1977, photocopy



FOLDER : 51.

Tuktu: The Caribou of the Northern Mainland, by Fraser Symington; Canadian Wildlife Service, 1965, photocopy



FOLDER : 52.

Newsletter: Canada Today/D'Aujourd'hui, written by Tom Kelly; Canadian Embassy, Washington, D.C., July 1979



Environmental Issues



Articles



FOLDER : 53.

It All Began With Conservation, by Wallace Stegner; source unidentified, undated



FOLDER : 54.

Owl vs. Man, by Ted Guy; in Time, June 25, 1990



FOLDER : 55.

A Walk Through a Quaking Bog, by Deborah Cramer; in Country Journal, June 1986



FOLDER : 56.

Book Ad: The Market, Energy, and the Environment, by Lawrence G. Hines, Dartmouth College; Needham Heights, MA: Simon and Schuster Higher Education Publishing Group, Allen and Bacon, 1988



FOLDER : 57.

Clippings; photocopies, 1987-1988



FOLDER : 58.

Magazine: The Nature Conservancy; January-February, 1990



FOLDER : 59.

Minutes of the Annual Meeting of the Upper Valley Land Trust; April 25, 1989, with 1990 agenda, by-laws changes, program invitation



Newsletters



FOLDER : 60.

New England Sierran, published by The Sierra Club, San Francisco; February 1990



FOLDER : 61.

New Hampshire Audubon, published by The Audubon Society of New Hampshire; November-December 1989



FOLDER : 62.

New Hampshire Conservancy News, published by The Nature Conservancy; Winter 1990



FOLDER : 63.

Northern Perspectives, published by Canadian Arctic Resources Committee; October 1987



FOLDER : 64.

The Peregrine Fund Newsletter, published by The Peregrine Fund, Cornell University Laboratory of Ornithology; Fall 1986, Spring - Summer 1987



FOLDER : 65.

Resources, published by Resources for the Future, Washington, D.C.; Spring, Summer 1990



History



Articles



FOLDER : 66.

An Eye-Witness Account, Hitherto Unpublished, of the French Capture and Destruction of Prince of Wales's Fort and York Factory in 1782, Introduction and footnotes by R. Glover; in The Beaver, March 1951, photocopy



FOLDER : 67.

Canoeing the Hood River in Northwestern Canada: Discovery of Franklin's Artifacts, by John W. Lentz; in The Explorer's Journal, September 1986, photocopy



FOLDER : 68.

Clues to a Tragic Trek on Canada's Hood River, by John W. Lentz; in National Geographic, January 1986



FOLDER : 69.

Conducted Tour, by Michael Bliss; in The Beaver, April-May 1989



FOLDER : 70.

The Death of Selkirk, by Hubert G. Mayes; in The Beaver, August - September 1988



FOLDER : 71.

The Diary of J.G. Stewart, 1955, by Erik J. Holmgren; in The Beaver, Spring 1980



FOLDER : 72.

The Fate of Franklin: In the Wake of Erebus and Terror, by D. Bruce Stewart; with excerpt from Frozen in Time, by Owen Beattie and Jon Geiger, in The Beaver, October - November 1988



FOLDER : 73.

A Fearful Innocence: Lord Selkirk of Red River, from Caesars of the Wilderness, by Peter C. Newman; Viking Canada, 1987; in The Beaver, October - November 1987



FOLDER : 74.

Franklin's Advance Party 1824-1825, by C. Stuart Houston and Mary I. Houston; in The Beaver, October - November 1986



FOLDER : 75.

Franklin's First Expedition as Seen by the Fur Traders, by Margaret Arnett MacLeod and Richard Glover; in The Polar Record, Vol. 15, No. 98, 1971, photocopy



FOLDER : 76.

Higgling and Haggling at Ye Bay, by Arthur J. Ray; in The Beaver, Summer 1977



FOLDER : 77.

Hudson Bay to the Orient, by R. Glover; in The Beaver, December 1950, photocopy



FOLDER : 78.

The Indian Traders, by E.E. Rich; in The Beaver, Winter 1970



FOLDER : 79.

Modern Maps Throw New Light on Samuel Hearne's Route, by Eric W. Morse; in Cartographica, Vol. 18, No. 4, 1981



FOLDER : 80.

Mr. Back of the Expedition, by L.H. Neatby; source unidentified, undated



FOLDER : 81.

New Light on Hearne, by J. Tuzo Wilson; in The Beaver, June 1949, photocopy



FOLDER : 82.

19th Century Arctic Publicity, by Maurice Hodgson; in North, September-October 1971, photocopy



FOLDER : 83.

The North Magnetic Pole, by R.G. Madile; in The Beaver, June 1949, photocopy



FOLDER : 84.

The Northwest Territories Geographical Aspects, by N.L. Nicholson; in Canadian Geographic, January 1960, photocopy



FOLDER : 85.

A Note on John Richardson's “Digression Concerning Hearne's Route,” by R. Glover; in Canadian Historical Review, September 1951, photocopy



FOLDER : 86.

Official British Airmails of the 1850s, by John D. Apfelbaum; in Postal History Journal, October 1982, photocopy



FOLDER : 87.

Portrait of the Voyageurs, by Jim dale Vickery; in Boundary Waters Journal, Fall 1987, photocopy



FOLDER : 88.

Rae's Fort Hope, by Glynn Barratt; in The Beaver, Spring 1976



FOLDER : 89.

Recently Discovered Traces of the Franklin Expedition, by R.J. Cyriax; source unidentified, June 1951, photocopy



FOLDER : 90.

Relics of James Knight, by Ralph Smith; in The Beaver, Spring 1972



FOLDER : 91.

Science and the Canadian Arctic, 1818-1876, from Sir John Ross to Sir George Strong Nares, by Trevor H. Levere; in Arctic, June 1988



FOLDER : 92.

Search for Franklin, by William C. Wonders; source unidentified, April 1968, photocopy



FOLDER : 93.

Sidelights on S.P. Hearne, by Richard D. Glover; in The Beaver, March 1947, photocopy



FOLDER : 94.

Sir John Franklin's Last Voyage, by Chief Trader William Gibson; in The Beaver, June 1937, photocopy



FOLDER : 95.

The Sponsors of Canadian Arctic Exploration, by John E. Caswell; in The Beaver, Winter 1969



FOLDER : 96.

Thelewey-Aza-Yeth, by Guy D. Blanchet; in The Beaver, September 1949, photocopy



FOLDER : 97.

Through Bush and Barrens, by John W. Lentz; in North, May-June 1970, photocopy



FOLDER : 98.

Voyageur's Highway, by Eric W. Morse; in Canadian Geographic, May, July, August, 1961, photocopies



FOLDER : 99.

Was This Hearne's Thelewey-Aza-Yeth?, by Eric W. Morse; in The Beaver, Winter 1971



FOLDER : 100.

Whalers of the North, by Fred Bruemmer; in The Beaver, Winter 1971



FOLDER : 101.

William Scoresby, Jr. (1789-1857) and the Open Polar Sea--Myth and Reality, by Constance Martin; in Arctic, March 1988



FOLDER : 102.

The Witness of David Thompson, by Richard Glover; in The Canadian Historical Review, Vol. 31, 1950, photocopy



FOLDER : 103.

York Boats, by R. Glover; in The Beaver, March 1949, photocopy



FOLDER : 104.

Book Chapter: Chapter 10, Descent of the Coppermine River, June 14th, from Arctic Artist: The Journal of George Back, Midshipman With Franklin 1819-1822, edited by C. Stuart Houston, commentary by I.S. MacLaren; McGill - Queens University Press, Montreal and Kingston, London, Buffalo, 1994, print-out, undated



FOLDER : 105.

Book Review: Heroes or Madmen?, review of The Arctic Grail: The Quest for the Northwest Passage and the North Pole, 1818-1909, by Pierre Burton; reviewed by William Barr, in The Beaver, June-July 1989



FOLDER : 106.

Clippings; photocopies, 1981, 1984, 1988-1989, undated



Excerpts



FOLDER : 107.

Arctic Breakthrough: Franklin's Expeditions 1819-1847, by Paul Nanton; Toronto, Vancouver: Clarke, Irwin & Co., Ltd., 1970, photocopy



FOLDER : 108.

Arctic Searching Expedition: A Journal of a Boat-Voyage....in Search of the Discovery Ships Under Sir John Franklin, by Sir John Richardson; London: Longman, Brown, Green and Longman, 1851, photocopy



FOLDER : 109.

Battle for the West, by Daniel Francis; Edmonton: Hurtig Publishers, 1982, photocopy



FOLDER : 110.

Beaufort of the Admiralty, The Life of Sir Francis Beaufort 1774-1857, by Alfred Friendly; New York: Random House, 1977, photocopy



FOLDER : 111.

Bibliography from The Polar Worlds, by Richard Perry; New York: Taplinger Publishing Co., 1973, photocopy



FOLDER : 112.

Canadian Arctic Prehistory, by Robert McGhee; Toronto: Van Nostrand Reinhold Ltd., 1978, photocopy



FOLDER : 113.

David Thompson's Narrative 1784-1812, edited by Richard Glover; Toronto: The Champlain Society, 1962, photocopy



FOLDER : 114.

Discovery of the North: The Exploration of Canada's Arctic, by Daniel Francis; Edmonton: Hurtig Publishers, 1986, with review by James M. Savelle, photocopies



BOX 2.

FOLDER : 1.

Dreadful Fate of Sir J. Franklin, and the Brave Crews in the Arctic Expedition, by John Rae; London: Saunders Brothers, London Wall, ca. 1854, photocopy



FOLDER : 2.

Emporium of the North: Fort Chipewyan and the Fur Trade to 1835, by James Parker; Alberta Culture and Multiculturalism/Canadian Plains Research Center, 1987, photocopy



FOLDER : 3.

Eskimos and Explorers, by Wendell H. Oswalt; Norvato, CA: Chandler and Sharp Publishers, Inc., 1979, photocopy



FOLDER : 4.

An Explorer's Wife, from The Private Life of Polar Exploration, by J.M. Scott; Edinburgh: William Blackwood, 1982, photocopy



FOLDER : 5.

The Fate of Franklin, by Roderic Owen; Hutchinson of London, 1978, photocopy



FOLDER : 6.

Franklin--Happy Voyager, by G.F. Lamb; London: Ernest Benn, Ltd., 1956, photocopy



FOLDER : 7.

A History of Tasmania: Vol. I, Van Dieman's Land from the Earliest Times to 1855, by Lloyd Robson; Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1983, photocopy



FOLDER : 8.

A Journal of Voyages and Travels in the Interior of North America, by Daniel Williams Haron, a Partner in the North West Company; New York: A.S. Barnes and Co., 1903, photocopy



FOLDER : 9.

Journals of Samuel Hearne and Philip Turnor, edited by J.B. Tyrrell; Toronto: The Champlain Society, 1934, photocopy



FOLDER : 10.

A Journey from Prince of Wales's Fort in Hudson's Bay to the Northern Ocean in the Years 1769, 1770, 1771, and 1772, by Samuel Hearne; Toronto: The Champlain Society, 1911, MacMillan Company of Canada, Ltd., 1958, photocopies



FOLDER : 11.

The Legend of John Hornby, by George Whalley; London: John Murray, 1962, photocopy



FOLDER : 12.

The Manuscript Journals of Alexander Henry....and of David Thompson....1799-1814, edited by Elliott Coues; New York: Francis P. Harper, 1897, photocopy



FOLDER : 13.

Masters of the Wilderness, by Charles Bert Reed, M.D.; Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1914, photocopy



FOLDER : 14.

Narrative of the Arctic Land Expedition to the Mouth of the Great Fish River, by Capt. George Back; London: John Murray, 1836, Rutland, Uermont and Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle, 1970, photocopy



FOLDER : 15.

A Narrative of the Discovery of the Fate of Sir John Franklin and His Companions, by Captain McClintock; London: John Murray, 1859, photocopy



FOLDER : 16.

Narrative of the Discoveries on the North Coast of America, Effected by the Officers of the Hudson's Bay Company During the Years 1836-39, by Thomas Simpson; London: Richard Bentley, 1843, photocopy



FOLDER : 17.

Northern Vagabond: The Life and Career of J.B. Tyrrell, by Alex Inglis; McClelland and Stewart, undated, photocopy



FOLDER : 18.

The Polar Regions, by Sir John Richardson; Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1861, photocopy



FOLDER : 19.

The Shoe and Canoe: or Pictures of Travel in the Canadas, by John J. Bigsby; New York: Paladin Press, undated, photocopy



FOLDER : 20.

Sir John Franklin's Last Arctic Expedition: A Chapter in the History of the Royal Navy, by Richard J. Cyriax; London: Methuen & Co., Ltd., 1939, with notes, photocopy



FOLDER : 21.

The Strange and Dangerous Voyage of Capt. Thomas James, edited by W.A. Kenyon; Toronto: Royal Ontario Museum, 1975, photocopy



FOLDER : 22.

To the Arctic by Canoe: The Journal and Paintings of Robert Hood, edited by C. Stuart Houston; McGill-Queen's University Press, 1974, photocopy



FOLDER : 23.

Hudson's Bay Company charter, adopted in 1670; print-out, undated



Magazines



FOLDER : 24.

The Beaver, published by Hudson's Bay Company; Autumn 1970



FOLDER : 25.

The Beaver, published by Hudson's Bay Company; Special Issue: The Hudson's Bay Company and the Fur Trade, 1670-1870, by Glyndwr Williams; Autumn 1983



FOLDER : 26.

Dartmouth College Library Bulletin, published by Dartmouth College; April 1988



FOLDER : 27.

Pamphlet: The North West Company in Rebellion: Simon McGillivray's Fort William Notebook, 1815, edited by Jean Morrison; Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society, 1988



FOLDER : 28.

Pamphlet: The Picture Rock of Crooked Lake, text by Grace Lee Nute; reprinted from Minnesota History, June 1948



FOLDER : 29.

Report: The Wilberforce Falls Site, by Charles D. Arnold; December 1983, photocopy



Maps



FOLDER : 30.

Admiralty Island National Monument/Wilderness, Tongass National Forest, Alaska, published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service; undated



FOLDER : 31.

Boundary Claims of Great Britain and the United States Prior to the Treaty of 1842, source unidentified, undated, photocopies



FOLDER : 32.

Canada, showing locations of the Hudson's Bay Company stores, published by the Hudson's Bay Company; 1981



FOLDER : 33.

Hughes, Alaska, published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey; 1956, Revised 1982



FOLDER : 34.

The Incredible Eskimo, by Raymond de Coccola and Paul King; source unidentified, undated, photocopies



FOLDER : 35.

The Iskut River, Canada--United States of America, published by Energy, Mines and Resources, Canada; 1983



FOLDER : 36.

King William Land, illustrating the retreat from Erebus and Terror, by R.T. Gould; source unidentified, 1939, photocopy



FOLDER : 37.

Lakes and Access Roads Adjacent to the Gunflint Trail, published by Northpoint Outfitters; ca. 1958



FOLDER : 38.

Maps with routes of proposed or actual canoe trips traced out; photocopies, undated



FOLDER : 39.

Part of the Mitchell Map of the British and French Dominions in North America, 1755; source unidentified, undated, photocopies



FOLDER : 40.

Red River and Athabasca District 1813-1820, Selkirk settlement, inset; source unidentified, undated, photocopy



FOLDER : 41.

Rocky Defile canoe run, showing eddies, portages and whitewater; holograph, photocopies, undated



FOLDER : 42.

Southeast--Alaska's Panhandle, from Vol. 5, No. 2, Alaska Geographic, published by the Alaska Geographic Society; 1978



FOLDER : 43.

The Stikine River, from Vol. 6, No. 4, Alaska Geographic, published by the Alaska Geographic Society; 1979



FOLDER : 44.

Telegraph Creek, British Columbia, published by Dept. of Mines and Technical Surveys, Canada; 1950-1954, Revised 1969-1970



Misc.



FOLDER : 45.

Clippings; photocopies, 1967, 1988, 1990, undated



FOLDER : 46.

General; 1988-1990, undated



FOLDER : 47.

Notes; undated



People: Individuals



Articles



FOLDER : 48.

Arthur Moffatt's Wilderness Way to Enlightenment, by George Grinnell; typescript, 1987



FOLDER : 49.

Dr. John Rae: The Most Efficient Arctic Explorer, by C. Stuart Houston; in Annals R.C.P.S.C., May 1987



FOLDER : 50.

John Richardson--First Naturalist in the Northwest, by C. Stuart Houston; in The Beaver, Autumn 1984



FOLDER : 51.

John Richardson (1787-1865), by C. Stuart Houston; in Arctic Profiles, undated



FOLDER : 52.

Man Against the Barren Grounds, by Arthur Moffatt; in Sports Illustrated, March 19, 1959, photocopies



FOLDER : 53.

The Physician Who Followed Franklin, by C. Stuart Houston; in M.D., December 1984, photocopy



FOLDER : 54.

Pierre St. Germain (1790-1821), by C. Stuart Houston; in Arctic Profiles, undated



FOLDER : 55.

Robert Hood (1797-1821), by C. Stuart Houston; in Arctic Profiles, undated



FOLDER : 56.

Thanadelthur, by Sylvia Van Kirk; in The Beaver, Spring, 1974



FOLDER : 57.

Through the Barrens to Bathurst Inlet--Contwoyto Lake and the Burnside River, by Dan Nelson; draft, typed photocopy, undated



FOLDER : 58.

Brochure: Canoe Arctic, published by Canoe Arctic Inc., Brampton, Ontario; undated



FOLDER : 59.

Pamphlet: The Moffatt Archaeological Collection from the Dubawnt Country, Canada, by Elmer Harp, Jr.; reprinted from American Antiquity, April 1959



People: Natives



Articles



FOLDER : 60.

The Cape Dorset Prints, by Mary M. Craig; in The Beaver, Spring 1975



FOLDER : 61.

Eskimos of the Kazan, by J.B. Tyrrell; edited by George J. Luste; in The Beaver, Spring 1975



FOLDER : 62.

Inuit Participation in Politics, by Peter Ittinaur; source unidentified, undated, photocopy



FOLDER : 63.

Northern Canada Today, by Graham W. Rowley; source unidentified, undated, photocopy



FOLDER : 64.

Clippings; photocopies, 1981, undated



Excerpts



FOLDER : 65.

America's Fascinating Indian Heritage, published by The Reader's Digest Association, Inc., Pleasantville, New York; 1978, photocopies



FOLDER : 66.

Eskimo Administration: II. Canada, by Diamond Jenness; Arctic Institute of North America Technical Paper No. 14, May 1964, photocopy



FOLDER : 67.

Eskimo Capitalists: Oil, Politics, and Alcohol, by Samuel Z. Klausner and Edward F. Foulks; Allanheld: Osmen Publishers, 1982, photocopy



FOLDER : 68.

The Indians of Canada, by Diamond Jenness; National Museum of Canada, Bulletin 65, Anthropological Series No. 15, Ottawa: Queen's Printer, 1960, photocopy



FOLDER : 69.

The Life of the Copper Eskimos, by Diamond Jenness; Part A of Vol. XII, A Report of the Canadian Arctic Expedition 1913-1918, New York, London: Johnson Reprint Corp., 1970, photocopy



FOLDER : 70.

The New People: The Eskimo's Journey Into Our Time, by Edith Iglauer; New York: Doubleday & Co., Inc., 1966, photocopy



FOLDER : 71.

Our Land, by Donald Purich; Toronto: James Lorimer and Co., Publishers, 1986, photocopy



FOLDER : 72.

The People of the Twilight, by Diamond Jenness; New York: MacMillan Co., 1928, photocopy



FOLDER : 73.

The People's Land, by Hugh Brody; Penguin Books, 1975, photocopy



FOLDER : 74.

Pamphlet: The Western Arctic Claim: A Guide to the Inuvialuit Final Agreement, published by the Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development; Ottawa, 1984



Photographs



FOLDER : 75.

Aerial view of lake dotted with wooded islands; 1967



FOLDER : 76.

Contact prints; unidentified scenes, undated



FOLDER : 77.

Contact prints; unidentified winter scenes, undated



FOLDER : 78.

Escape Rapids, Coppermine River; Greg Hines and Fred St. Goar in canoe, undated



FOLDER : 79.

Lawrence G. Hines; alone and with friends, 1987



FOLDER : 80.

Quetico-Superior region, used in article By Canoe; contact prints, negatives, ca. 1956



FOLDER : 81.

Rocky Defile, Coppermine River; Moragne and Hornig in canoe, August 1979



FOLDER : 82.

Statue of Sir John Franklin, London; undated



FOLDER : 83.

Wilson Pond, Maine; cabin and loons, 1970, undated



Plants



Articles



FOLDER : 84.

Floral Symphony on Hudson's Bay, by H. Elliott McClure; in The Beaver, March 1938, photocopy



FOLDER : 85.

Lowly Lichens Offer Beauty-- and Food, Drugs, and Perfume, by Sylvia Duran Sharnoff; in Smithsonian, April 1984, photocopy



FOLDER : 86.

When the Icehouse Blooms, by Richard C. Davids; in Science, undated, photocopy



FOLDER : 87.

Clippings; photocopies, 1981, undated



Excerpts



FOLDER : 88.

Above Timberline: A Wildlife Biologist's Rocky Mountain Journal, by Dwight Smith, edited by Alan Anderson, Jr.; New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1981, photocopy



FOLDER : 89.

The Forest, by Roger Caras; New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1979, photocopy



FOLDER : 90.

The Great Betrayal, by Farley Mowat; Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1976, photocopy



FOLDER : 91.

The Living World, by David Attenborough; Boston, Toronto: Little, Brown, & Co., 1976, photocopy



FOLDER : 92.

The Polar Worlds, by Richard Perry; New York: Taplinger Publishing Co. 1973, photocopy



FOLDER : 93.

Wilderness Canada, edited by Borden Spears; Toronto: Clarke, Irwin & Co., Ltd., 1970, photocopy



FOLDER : 94.

Lists of plants and trees found in the Arctic; undated



Regions: Alaska



Articles



FOLDER : 95.

Admiralty Island: The Club Sues Over Logging Plans, by Nancy Simel and Tracey Pyles; in Sierra, November- December 1983, photocopy



FOLDER : 96.

Admiralty Island-- Embattled Wilderness, by Greg Hines; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 97.

Mandate for Oblivion: Saying Goodbye to the Rain Forest-- And Paying for the Privilege, by Thomas J. Barlow; in Wilderness, Spring 1984, photocopy



FOLDER : 98.

Rural Alaska's Development Problem, by Gordon S. Harrison and Thomas A. Morehouse; in The Polar Record, Vol. 15, No. 96, 1970, photocopy



FOLDER : 99.

Untitled, probably by Greg Hines; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 100.

Book: Alaska Resources Development: Issues of the 1980's, edited by Thomas A. Morehouse; Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Alaska, Westview Press, Boulder, CO, 1984



FOLDER : 101.

Clippings; photocopies, 1980, 1987



Excerpts



FOLDER : 102.

Ancient Men of the Arctic, by J. Louis Giddings; New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1967, photocopy



FOLDER : 103.

High and Wild: Essays on Wilderness Adventure, by Galen Rowell; San Francisco: Lexikos, 1983, photocopy



FOLDER : 104.

Human Migration and Permanent Occupation in the Bering Sea Area, by W. S. Laughlin; from The Bering Land Bridge, edited by David M. Hopkins, Stanford University Press, 1967, photocopy



FOLDER : 105.

Kobuk River People, by J. L. Giddings; Studies of Northern Peoples, Dept. of Anthropology and Geography, University of Alaska, 1961, photocopy



FOLDER : 106.

Naval Explorations in Alaska: An Account of Two Naval Expeditions to Northern Alaska, With Official Maps of the Country Explored, by Lt. George M. Stoney; Annapolis, MD: U.S. Naval Institute, 1900, photocopy



FOLDER : 107.

People of the Ice Whale, by David Boeri; New York: E.P. Dutton, Inc., 1983, photocopy



FOLDER : 108.

Report of the Cruise of the Revenue Marine Steamer Corwin in the Arctic Ocean in the Year 1885, by Capt. M.A. Healey; Washington: Government Printing Office, 1887, photocopy



FOLDER : 109.

Village Journey: The Report of the Alaska Native Review Commission, by Thomas R. Berger; New York: Hill and Wang, 1985, photocopy



FOLDER : 110.

Fact Sheet: Kobuk Valley National Park, from “Alaska National Interest Lands,” Vol. 8, No. 4, Alaska Geographic, undated, photocopy



Maps



FOLDER : 111.

Alaska, U.S. Dept. of the Interior Geological Survey; 1971



FOLDER : 112.

Contour maps of various Alaskan sites, U.S. Geological Survey; original, photocpies, 1957, revised 1980



FOLDER : 113.

Kobuk River Area, source unidentified; undated, photocopies



FOLDER : 114.

Rocky Defile; holograph, undated, photocopy



FOLDER : 115.

Newsletter: Alaska Review of Social and Economic Conditions, published by the University of Alaska; November 1984, October 1985, March 1986, February 1987, February, May 1988, April, June 1989



FOLDER : 116.

Newsletter: Northern Perspectives, published by the Canadian Arctic Resources Committee; September-October 1985



FOLDER : 117.

Report: Bald Eagles on the Stikine River, Alaska, by J.H. Hughes; ca. 1980-1981, photocopy



FOLDER : 118.

Sign: “Alaska's Rain Forest”--the coming of Spring to Southeastern Alaska--slide talk about recent adventures by Greg Hines--Howe Library, Thursday, October 25, 7:30 p.m.; watercolor, 1984



BOX 3.

Research Materials con't--Writings



Research Materials con't



Regions: General



Articles



FOLDER : 1.

Geographical Explorations to 1880, by Hugh N. Wallace; source unidentified, undated, photocopy



FOLDER : 2.

Origin and Evolution of Eskimo Cultures in the Eastern Arctic, by Jorgen Meldgaard; source unidentified, February 1960, photocopy



FOLDER : 3.

Search for the North Magnetic Pole, by J. Lewis Robinson; in The Beaver, Spring, 1979



FOLDER : 4.

Unrolling the Map of Canada's Arctic, by William C. Wonders; source unidentified, ca. 1978, photocopy



Excerpts



FOLDER : 5.

Canada's North, by R.A.J. Phillips; New York: St. Martin's Press, 1967, photocopy



FOLDER : 6.

The Hot Arctic, by John Dyson; Boston, Toronto: Little, Brown & Co., 1979, photocopy



FOLDER : 7.

The Mysterious North, by Pierre Berton; New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1956, photocopy



FOLDER : 8.

Munaga, by Duncan Pryde; New York: Walker & Co., 1971, photocopy



FOLDER : 9.

Planet Earth: Forests, by Jake Page and the Editors of Time-Life Books; Alexandria, VA: Time-Life Books, undated, photocopy



FOLDER : 10.

Wildlife of the Polar Regions, by G. Carleton Ray and M. G. McCormick-Ray; New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1981, photocopy



FOLDER : 11.

Magazine: Northern Notes, published by Dartmouth College; November 1989



FOLDER : 12.

Newsletter: Information North, published by The Arctic Institute of North America; January, September, October 1988, September 1989



FOLDER : 13.

Newsletter: Northern Perspectives, published by the Canadian Arctic Resources Committee; December 1987



FOLDER : 14.

Pamphlet: The Canadian Heritage Rivers System: Objectives, Principles, and Procedures, published by ParksCanada, Ottawa; 1984, with 1987 Status Report



Regions: Northwest Territories



Articles



FOLDER : 15.

Adventure in the Wake of Sir Franklin, by Pam Miller; in River World, April 1978, photocopy



FOLDER : 16.

Against Ice and Time to the Polar Sea, by Ted Goddard; in Backpacker, undated



FOLDER : 17.

By Canoe Down Thelon River, by George B. Rossbach; in The Beaver, Autumn 1966, photocopy



FOLDER : 18.

Conquest of the Back River, 1975, by David Harrison; in Canoe, January- February 1976



FOLDER : 19.

Coppermine River: A Wilderness Journey Through History, by Sandy Richardson; source unidentified, undated



FOLDER : 20.

Footprints in an Empty Land, by Alan S. Kesselheim; in The Beaver, December 1987- January 1988



FOLDER : 21.

Haunting the Arctic, by Bil Gilbert; in Sports Illustrated, July 8, 1974, photocopy



FOLDER : 22.

The Liard: Trail to the Klondike, by Ferdi Wenger; in Down River, March 1977, photocopy



FOLDER : 23.

Naturalists on the Back River, by R.J. Wilkie and W.J. Breckenridge; in The Beaver, Spring, Summer 1955, photocopies



FOLDER : 24.

The New N.W.T., by W.O. Kupsch; source unidentified, January 1968, photocopy



FOLDER : 25.

Our Spectacular Waterfalls in the Arctic, by D. Bruce Stewart; in Canadian Geographic, June/July 1979, photocopy



FOLDER : 26.

Paddling the River of the People, the Arctic Journal of Barry MacKichan; in Canoe and Kayak, 1978, photocopy



FOLDER : 27.

The River That Calls to the Bold, by Pat Smith; in Outdoor Life, August 1977, photocopy



FOLDER : 28.

A Tale of Arctic Adventure: 600 Miles into the Canadian Arctic by Canoe, by Ted Goddard; reprinted from Canadian Boating, April 1977



FOLDER : 29.

To the Arctic by Canoe, by Ted Goddard; published by Old Town Canoe Co., undated



FOLDER : 30.

Will Bathurst Inlet Become a National Park?, by Lyn Hancock; in Canadian Geographic, August/September 1979, photocopy



FOLDER : 31.

Brochure: Kazan River: Explore Canada's Arctic, published by Travel Arctic; 1979



FOLDER : 32.

Brochure: The Naturalist's Arctic Centre, Bathurst Inlet Lodge, published by Glenn and Trish Warner; 1979, 1982-1983, undated



FOLDER : 33.

Chronology: Summary of Historical Events on the Stikine River, B.C., author unidentified; typescript, photocopy, undated



FOLDER : 34.

Clippings; photocopies, 1979-1980, 1982-1983, undated



Diaries



FOLDER : 35.

Hood River Expedition, 1979, by Robert Caldwell; typescript, photocopy,



FOLDER : 36.

1972 Back River Canoe Expedition, probably by Fred Gaskin; typescript, photocopy



FOLDER : 37.

Trip by Canoe, Rawalpindi Lake Via Coppermine River to the Arctic Ocean, Northwest Territories, July 19 to August 6, 1971, by Keith Thompson; typescript, photocopy



FOLDER : 38.

Excerpt: Discovery, by Vilhjalmur Stefansson; New York, Toronto, London: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1964, photocopy



FOLDER : 39.

Information sheets concerning proposed canoe trips to the Barren Grounds, prepared by Greg Hines; 1977, 1980, typescripts, photocopies



FOLDER : 40.

Lists of birds, mammals, and vegetation observed on Burnside River canoe trip; 1980, photocopy



FOLDER : 41.

Maps; photocopies, undated



FOLDER : 42.

Misc.; 1977-1980, 1982-1983, undated



Newsletters



FOLDER : 43.

Audubon Activist, published by the National Audubon Society; January 1987



FOLDER : 44.

Friends of the Stikine, published by the Friends of the Stikine Society, Vancouver, B.C.; April 1981, June, October 1982



FOLDER : 45.

Northern Perspectives, published by Canadian Arctic Resources Committee; May-June 1988



FOLDER : 46.

News Release: Dartmouth College News Services; August 4, 1979



FOLDER : 47.

Notes: Some Cryptic Notes on a Canoe Trip Down the Coppermine River in the Northwest Territories, Canada, During August 1979, by David B. Brooks; typescript, photocopy, 1979



Pamphlets



FOLDER : 48.

Boundary and Constitutional Agreement for the Implementation of Division of the Northwest Territories between the Western Constitutional Forum and the Nunavut Constitutional Forum, published by the Canadian Arctic Resources Committee; 1987



FOLDER : 49.

Rivers North: Canoeing and Boating in the Northwest Territories, produced by Travel Arctic; 1979



FOLDER : 50.

Wild Rivers: The Barrenlands, Wild Rivers Survey, Parks Canada, ARC Branch Planning Division; 1979



FOLDER : 51.

Proposal: To the Arctic Ocean by Canoe, by Greg Hines; typescript, 1977, photocopy



Reports



FOLDER : 52.

Canoe Trip From Lake Contwoyto to Bathurst Inlet NWT Down Burnside River July 22-August 10, 1989, by Walker Weed; typescript, 1989, photocopy



FOLDER : 53.

Coppermine River Canoe Trip 1970, by G.H.U. Bayly; typescript, photocopy



FOLDER : 54.

The Coppermine River, Northwest Territories: A Wild Rivers Survey Descriptive Report, National Parks Service, Planning Division; 1972, typescript, photocopy



FOLDER : 55.

Pelly Lake Expedition, author unidentified; typescript, ca. 1977, photocopy



FOLDER : 56.

Stikine River -- British Columbia: A Canoeing Report, by Wild Rivers Survey Crew # 2, Harry Collins, Roger Beardmore, Dave McClung, Steven Stesco; typescript, 1973, photocopy



FOLDER : 57.

Stikine River Eulachon (Thaleichthys pacificus), by James Franzel and Kurt Nelson; typescript, 1981, photocopy



FOLDER : 58.

Through the Barrens to Bathurst Inlet--Contwoyto Lake and the Burnside River, by Dan Nelson; typescript, undated, photocopy



Regions: Quetico-Superior



Articles



FOLDER : 59.

Escape into Canada's Wilderness, by Wister Jackson; in River World, August 1978, photocopy



FOLDER : 60.

The Great Carrying Place: Grand Portage, by Alan R. Woolworth; source unidentified, undated, photocopy



FOLDER : 61.

Is the Quetico-Superior Wilderness Area Worth Saving?, by H.H. Chapman; reprinted from Proceedings, Society of American Foresters Meeting, 1947



FOLDER : 62.

Remote Routes of the Canoe Country, by Robert Beymer; in The Boundary Waters Journal, Summer 1987



FOLDER : 63.

Rock Art--Quetico-Superior Pictographs, by Jim dale Vickery; in The Boundary Waters Journal, Summer 1987



FOLDER : 64.

Bibliography of articles on the Quetico-Superior Wilderness Area; holograph, undated



Excerpts



FOLDER : 65.

Portage into the Past, by J. Arnold Bolz; Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1960, photocopy



FOLDER : 66.

Voices From the Rapids: An Underwater Search for Fur Trade Artifacts 1960-1973, by Robert C. Wheeler. Walter A. Kenyon, Alan R. Woolworth. and Douglas A. Birk; St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society, 1975, photocopy



FOLDER : 67.

Winner Take All: The Trans-Canada Canoe Trail, by David Lavender; New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1977, photocopy



FOLDER : 68.

Magazine: The Superior Experience, published by Superior National Forest; 1989



FOLDER : 69.

News Release: Superior National Forest, Forest Service, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture; December 15, 1989



Writings



FOLDER : 70.

Address: Wilderness: Economic Choice, Values, and the Androscoggin, by Greg Hines; at the 10th Biennial Wilderness Conference, sponsored by the Sierra Club, San Francisco Hilton, April 7, 1967, photocopy



Articles



FOLDER : 71.

Admiralty Island--Embattled Wilderness; typescript, undated, photocopy



FOLDER : 72.

By Canoe; typescript, photocopy, reprinted from The Living Wilderness, Fall-Winter 1956-1957, Winter-Spring 1958



FOLDER : 73.

Floating the Upper Kobuk; draft, typescript, 1991, undated



FOLDER : 74.

The River and the Dams: Dickey-Lincoln: Who Wants It? Who Needs It?; with A Journey: Five Days to Big Rapids, by Dan Nelson, in Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, September 1978, photocopy



FOLDER : 75.

Which Canoe?; typescript, undated



Book Mss.



Following the Path of the Voyageurs



FOLDER : 76.

Typescript; 1990



FOLDER : 77.

Typescript, with revisions; 1990, 1991



Rivers North (1989)



FOLDER : 78.

Misc. pages; 1987



FOLDER : 79.

Chapter 4; corrected typescript, 1988



FOLDER : 80.

Chapters 1-4; typescripts, 1989



FOLDER : 81.

Chapter 5; two versions, corrected typescript, 1989



FOLDER : 82.

Chapter 6, (a.k.a. Chapter 7); corrected typescript, 1989



FOLDER : 83.

Chapter 7; typescript, 1989



FOLDER : 84.

Misc. pages; typescript, 1989



BOX 4.

FOLDER : 1.

Chapters 1-2; two versions, corrected pages, typescripts, 1990



FOLDER : 2.

Chapters 3-4; typescript, 1990



FOLDER : 3.

Misc. pages; 1990



Rivers North (1991)



FOLDER : 4.

Chapters 1-2; two versions of Chapter 2, typescripts, 1991



FOLDER : 5.

Chapters 3, 5; two versions of Chapter 5 (a.k.a. Chapter 4), typescripts, 1991



FOLDER : 6.

Chapters 6-7; typescripts, 1991



FOLDER : 7.

Book Review: George Calef, Caribou and the Barren-Lands (Ottawa: Canadian Arctic Resources Committee, 1981); reviewed by Greg Hines, typescript, photocopy, ca. 1982



Journals



FOLDER : 8.

Admiralty Island; holograph, 1984, 1985, with notes on Moffatt diary



FOLDER : 9.

Canoe trip--1948 (Quetico-Superior region); holograph, 1948



FOLDER : 10.

Contwoyto Lake, NWT, and Burnside River to Bathurst Inlet; holograph, 1980, undated



FOLDER : 11.

Coppermine River; holograph, 1979



FOLDER : 12.

Kobuk River; holograph, undated RESTRICTED



FOLDER : 13.

Lac Laforge down the Dumoine River, 1978; the St. Croix River, 1979; Emory River (Tennessee), 1980; Watson Lake, Yukon Territory, 1981; holograph



FOLDER : 14.

The Noatak; holograph, 1983



FOLDER : 15.

St. John Trip; Winisk Trip; holograph, undated



FOLDER : 16.

Wilson Pond, Maine journal; holograph, 1971-1988, with 1990 note by Terence Hines RESTRICTED



FOLDER : 17.

Wrangell Island/Stikine River bird photography trip; holograph, undated



Oversize Maps (housed in mailing tube)



OTHERTYPE : ROLL 1.

A Chart of the Discoveries and Route of the Northern Land Expedition Under the Command of Captain Franklin, R.N. in the Years 1820 & 21, Laid Down Under His Inspection by the Officers Assisting in the Expedition, published by John Murray, London; 1823



OTHERTYPE : 2.

Coppermine, District of MacKenzie, Northwest Territories; produced by the Army Survey Establishment, R.C.E., 1965, Interim corrections, 1977



OTHERTYPE : 3.

Dismal Lakes, District of MacKenzie, Northwest Territories; produced by the Army Survey Establishment, 1964-1977



OTHERTYPE : 4.

Hepburn Lake, District of MacKenzie, Northwest Territories; produced by the Army Survey Establishment, 1966-1977



OTHERTYPE : 5.

Point Lake, District of MacKenzie, Northwest Territories; produced by the Army Survey Establishment, 1962, annotated by Eric W. Morse



OTHERTYPE : 6.

Redrock Lake, District of MacKenzie, Northwest Territories; produced by the Army Survey Establishment, 1962, Interim corrections, 1977



OTHERTYPE : 7.

Sloan River, District of MacKenzie, Northwest Territories; produced by the Army Survey Establishment, 1961, annotated by Eric W. Morse



OTHERTYPE : 8.

Three (3) cut up, annotated maps detailing rapids, campsites, gravel bars, etc., for the Coppermine River canoe trip; annotated by Eric W. Morse





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