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Flatt, W. D.
Seavey, Julian Ruggles
|Title||making of a man|
|Notes||print 154 p.,  leaves of illus.; 20 cm.|
|Contributor||University of Alberta|
|Description||"This book is not sold for the usual commercial returns. The profits will be devoted to patriotic purposes." A novel centred on Fort Churchill and Fort Garry, about a boy from the Orkney Islands apprenticed to the Hudson's Bay Company and his success in Canada. Pages 130-148 contain a lumbering story and pages 149-154 "An appeal to play the game fairly." Book, dedicated to Flatt's Sunday school class in Port Nelson, Ontario, has a suitably religious tone.|