Alaska historian O'Neill journeys down a section of the Yukon, relating anecdotes of local history from the settlers of this beautiful but uncompromising landscape. The evocative descriptions flag as O'Neill enters the Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve. The second half of the book is a catalogue of ruined cabins and a persuasive but repetitive argument that modern land management policies are killing off the culture of subsistence living.
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