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Describes the landscape, history, legends and people of the U.S./Canadian border
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Based on a series of CBC radio documentaries, Fraser's book is an account of her travels along the Canada-U.S. border regions. Historical perspectives drawn from interviews and research are blended with personal reflections and a degree of poetic license. Although the 49th parallel is the most familiar region, her treatment of the northwest borders is particularly interesting. Fraser's view of border mythology will perhaps be more appealing to Canadians, the majority of whom live within 200 miles of the U.S. border. However, the charm and delicate wit of this book will appeal to most North American travel and history buffs. Recommended for public libraries.
- Mary Hemmings, Univ. of Calgary Law Lib., Alberta
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