Memories : tales from the Restigouche River by Roderick G. Myles

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Published by R. Myles] in [North Bay .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Frontier and pioneer life -- New Brunswick,
  • Restigouche River

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Other titlesTales from the Restigouche River
StatementRoderick G. Myles ; illus. by the author.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF5323R4 M9
The Physical Object
Pagination161 p. :
Number of Pages161
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18894116M

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The source says good river for canoeing for both, and the 'little' tag makes sense as, in relation to the Restigouche, the Miramichi is the smaller river. The ambiance of the Restigouche River is almost mystical. And then there are the challenging fish, plus the wonderful service and enthusiasm of Kathy and her staff.

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